Christian Howes . Federico Lechner . Pablo Martin | Klazyc

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Klazyc

by Christian Howes . Federico Lechner . Pablo Martin

This album puts jazz flavors on traditional classical compositions.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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1. Le petit négre
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2. Pavane pour une infante défunte
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3. Danza nº 5
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4. Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust
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5. Turkish march
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6. Mazurka III
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7. Partita in E
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8. Ma mére l'Oye
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9. Capriccio 24
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Klazyc (2004) - The European Acoustic Trio’s second album, featuring jazzed-up arrangements of works by classical composers including Paganini, Ravel, Bach, Mozart, and others. A logical follow up to “Jazz On Sale,” the trio of Howes, Lechner, and Martin continue to explore their love of both classical music and jazz, utilizing varied conceptual approaches with the classic themes to incorporate improvisation and creativity. An all-acoustic album, this is a great listen for classical music lovers and students, as well as jazz lovers. Like “Jazz On Sale,” it combines very lyrical playing with humorous indulgences.


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