JAN GARBAREK / MIROSLAV VITOUS Duo 1992-07-08 Th��tre Maisonneuve, 13th Montreal Jazzfest, Canada (FM reseed w/ mp3-sample)
JAN GARBAREK / MIROSLAV VITOUS Duo
(jul 8, 1992)
13th Montreal Jazzfest
Place des Arts
"ATMOS" - tour
sound sample provided in comments section
01. Forthcoming (M.Vitous) 7:20
02. Star (J.Garbarek) 7:08
03. Jumper (M.Vitous) 6:57
04. Goddess (M.Vitous) 9:58
05. Roses For You (M.Vitous) 8:14
06. Hippukrene (M.Vitous) 6:57
07. Upmost (M.Vitous) 7:20
08. Joik (J.Garbarek) 6:13
total time 60:10 min.
Jan Garbarek - tenor+soprano sax, flute
Miroslav Vitous - bass, perc
'Esoteric Circle' (1969)
'Afric Pepperbird' (1970)
'Sart' (1971, w/ Terjy Rypdal)
'Witchi-Tai-To' (1973, w/ Bobo Stenson)
'Dansere' (1975, w/ Bobo Stenson)
'Dis' (1976, w/ Ralph Towner)
'Photo with Blue Sky, White Cloud, Wires, Windows and a Red Roof ' (1978, w/ Bill Connors)
'Aftenland' (1979, w/ Kjell Johnsen)
'Eventyr' (1980, w/ John Abercrombie, Nan� Vasconcelos)
'Paths, Prints' (1981, w/ Bill Frisell)
'Wayfarer' (1983, w/ Bill Frisell, Eberhard Weber)
'It's OK to Listen to the Gray Voice' (1985, w/ David Thorn)
'All Those Born With Wings' (1987)
'Legend of the Seven Dreams' (1988, w/ Rainer Br�ninghaus)
'Rosensfole' (1989, w/ Agnes Buen Garn�s)
'I Took Up the Runes' (1990)
'Ragas and Sagas' (1990, w/ Fateh Ali Khan)
'StAR' (1991, w/ Miroslav Vitous)
'Atmos' (1992, w/ Miroslav Vitous)
'Madar' (1992, w/ Anouar Brahem, Shaukat Hussain)
'Twelve Moons' (1992)
'Officium' (1994, w/ Hilliard Ensemble)
'Visible World' (1995)
'Mnemosyne' (1999, w/ Hilliard Ensemble)
'In Praise of Dreams' (2004)
'Dresden' (2009, live)
'Officium Novum' (2010, w/ Hilliard Ensemble)
The intimacy and complicity of a duo: too rarely in Montreal do we get a chance to hear two musicians alone on stage.
From Norway, Jan Garbarek on sax and from Czechoslovakia, Miroslav Vitous on bass. With drummer Peter Erskine,
Vitous has recorded a recent album, Star, which has earned him the praise of critics round the world.
The Garbarek sound is today the symbol of a new ethereal and melancholy genre, strangely like a Norwegian winter.
Not surprisingly, he was chosen to compose the music of his country's presentation at the Albertville Olympic Games.
As for Miroslav Vitous, he is quite familier to Festival-goers. A founding member of Weather Report, Vitous participated,
along with Jean Vanasse, in the production of Nouvelle Cuisine, an excellent Quebec album.
The full round sound of this swinging bass player makes him the perfect complement
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