Casimir Liberski Trio | Evanescences (feat. Tyshawn Sorey and Thomas Morgan)

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Evanescences (feat. Tyshawn Sorey and Thomas Morgan)

by Casimir Liberski Trio

The spontaneous improvisation : this could be interpreted as the easiest thing in the world as well as the most difficult thing for an artist to achieve. We can also call it instantaneous collective composition.
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Evanescence I
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4:51 $0.99
2. Evanescence II
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7:31 album only
3. Trialogue
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1:38 album only
4. Pirlouit
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5. 11:11
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6. Poo-San
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7. Happy Birthday Casimir!
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8. Hui Hui Fe Fe
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9. Evanescence III
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10. Evanescence IV
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11. Evanescence V
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12. Evanescence VI
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This album has been recorded in one take only during an improvised session in Fall of 2008 in Brooklyn, NY. This was the first time these three exceptional musicians had met to play all together. Without fear nor preconception, the sounds just sprung out purely from the musicians' listening and instinct. The spontaneous improvisation : this could be interpreted as the easiest thing in the world as well as the most difficult thing for an artist to achieve. We can also call it instantaneous collective composition. It is a truly miraculous art and it all depends on an infinity of factors : life belonging, contexts, psychologies, sensitivities, perhaps telepathy or even magic. This music just shows how vast and endless our inspiration is. Where does ideas come from ? The answer resides in the question itself. This "first meeting" session was a magnificent moment that had the ingenuity to be recorded and now that has the merit to be heard. Hope you enjoy the experience. - Casimir Liberski


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