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(Modern Creative, Traditional Jazz) Felix Stussi 5 & Ray Anderson - Hieronymus {Effendi Records FND102, Canada} - 2010, FLAC (image+.cue) lossless

(Modern Creative, Traditional Jazz) Felix Stussi 5 & Ray Anderson - Hieronymus {Effendi Records FND102, Canada} - 2010, FLAC (image+.cue) lossless
Треклист:
Félix Stüssi 5 & Ray Anderson - Hieronymus
Жанр: Modern Creative, Traditional Jazz
Страна-производитель диска: Canada
Год издания диска: 2010
Издатель (лейбл): Effendi Records
Номер по каталогу: FND102
Аудио кодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 01:09:51
Источник (релизер): собственный рип с оригинального CD (Darkman)
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да (полный комплект сканов, 300 dpi)
Треклист:
01. Pièce de Résistance 7:12
02. Lazy Bone 16:10
03. Make It Reel 11:04
04. Hieronymus [Introduction] 0:57
05. Hieronymus [Garden of Earthly Delights / Jardin des Délices Terrestres] 4:51
06. Hieronymus [Ship of Fools / Nef Des Fous] 5:22
07. Hieronymus [Musical Purgatory / Purgatoire Musical] 3:56
08. Hieronymus [Épilogue] 1:04
09. Give Me Five 8:30
10. Hit'em with Rhythm 10:41
http://www.felixstussi.com/
http://www.myspace.com/felixstussi
Personnel:
Ray Anderson - Trombone
Alexandre Côté - Saxophone Alto & Soprano / Alto & Soprano Sax
Bruno Lamarche - Saxophone Ténor & Soprano / Tenor & Soprano Sax
Félix Stüssi - Piano
Clinton Ryder - Contrebasse / Acoustic Bass
Isaiah Ceccarelli - Batterie / Drums
 
Лог создания рипа (EAC Log)
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Содержание индексной карты (.CUE)
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PERFORMER "Felix Stussi 5 & Ray Anderson"
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TRACK 02 AUDIO
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PERFORMER "Felix Stussi 5 & Ray Anderson"
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TRACK 05 AUDIO
TITLE "Hieronymus [Garden of Earthly Delights / Jardin des Delices Terrestres]"
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PERFORMER "Felix Stussi 5 & Ray Anderson"
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TITLE "Hieronymus [Epilogue]"
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TITLE "Give Me Five "
PERFORMER "Felix Stussi 5 & Ray Anderson"
INDEX 00 50:39:27
INDEX 01 50:39:69
TRACK 10 AUDIO
TITLE "Hit'em with Rhythm"
PERFORMER "Felix Stussi 5 & Ray Anderson"
INDEX 01 59:10:15
 
2011 Juno Award Nominee!
CD «Félix Stüssi 5 & Ray Anderson: Hieronymus» - Traditional Jazz Album of the Year
 
About
The Canadian jazz piano player with Swiss roots, Félix Stüssi, presents his third album, Hieronymus (Effendi Records, 2010). Stüssi and his loyal sidemen - Alexandre Côté and Bruno Lamarche, saxophones, Clinton Ryder, bass, and Isaiah Ceccarelli, drums - invite everybody on a musical adventure where every composition is a story, told with virtuosity, wit and sensibility.
The title tune is inspired by the intriguing work of the dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch (ca. 1450–1516). At the doorstep to the Renaissance, Bosch has created a uniquely phantastic universe using revolutionary techniques, notably that of colouration. Stüssi translates this ambiance into colours of sound and, like Bosch, reaches a resolutely modern artistic expression while staying firmly rooted in the jazz tradition. Hieronymus is the second album that has sprung from the fruitful collaboration with the great American trombonist Ray Anderson.
We would like to dedicate this CD to the memory of Len Dobbin, great jazz aficionado and broadcaster, who died on the very evening of our concert at the Upstairs in Montréal.
 
Press
CD Hieronymus
Christophe Rodriguez, www.sortiesjazznights.com:
«Ah mes aïeux, quel disque jouissif, ou le swing corrosif de maître Stüssi nous rappelle que le jazz est tellement matière vivante à côté de bien des inepties commerciales et qu’il faut absolument préserver cette note bleue. Ray Anderson, invité de grande classe, n’est pas sans évoquer le Jimmy Kneeper du groupe Workshop de Mingus, sans toutefois faire de l’ombre à ce quintette soudé ou émerge un Alexandre Côté (sax alto/soprano) royal et un Félix, grand architecte du tout. Vous aurez compris que cette nouveauté est incontournable!»
«My friends, this is truly a great CD where master Stüssi's hard-hitting swing drives it home. It reminds us that jazz is still alive and well, must be kept alive and stands out like nothing else next to today's commercial music. Ray Anderson, guest of honor, reminds us of Jimmy Kneeper of Mingus's Workshop, without overshadowing this tight quintet out of which shines Alexandre Côté (sax alto/soprano) and Félix, the man behind it all. You already figured it out, you gotta get this new CD !»
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Stanley Péan, «Voir», 5 août 2010, ****, recommandé par «Voir»:
«Comme son collègue Richard Gagnon, le pianiste helvético-montréalais Félix Stüssi avait sollicité la participation d'un invité de marque américain, le tromboniste Ray Anderson, pour le disque Baïji dont ce nouveau CD apparaît comme un prolongement. Enregistré devant public, le disque a pour coeur cette suite éponyme en cinq mouvements inspirés de l'univers fantasmagorique du peintre néerlandais Bosch, à laquelle se greffent des relectures enjouées de compositions antérieures de Stüssi. Stimulés par Anderson, le pianiste et les membres de son quintette (dont le saxophoniste Alexandre Côté, flamboyant d'inventivité) se donnent corps et âmes à cette musique enlevante. Une chose est sûre, le regretté critique Len Dobbin, dédicataire de l'oeuvre, aurait jubilé.»
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Philippe Renaud, «La Presse», 2 juillet 2010:
«L'Astral était bien rempli mardi, tôt en soirée, pour le concert du pianiste Felix Stüssi, avec le tromboniste Jean-Nicolas Trottier. L'ensemble jazz local faisait d'une pierre deux coups, en donnant le concert officiel de lancement du plus récent album du pianiste d'origine suisse (Hieronymus, sur Effendi, enregistré avec le tromboniste Ray Anderson), lui-même dédié au regretté critique Len Dobbins, dont c'était le concert hommage. Il aurait été chouette que la communauté jazzistique s'unisse pour saluer le vétéran spécialiste jazz montréalais, mais tout compte fait, le concert du Félix Stüssi 5, en plus d'être réussi, revêtait un caractère solennel. Au moment du décès de Dobbins, à pareille date l'an dernier, celui-ci se trouvait au Upstairs, attendant que débute le concert Stüssi. Le pianiste et ses collègues ont présenté en primeur les compositions nouvelles de ce Hieronymus, inspiré par l'oeuvre du peintre néerlandais Hieronymus Bosch. Aérienne et habile, la vision de Stüssi expose de brillantes touches de modernités dans ses arrangements qui empruntent à la musique contemporaine, sans jamais étouffer le swing du rythme, relevé par le jeu du saxophoniste Alexandre Côté. Du joli.»
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Lynn Moore, «The Gazette», 30 juin 2010:
«The Felix Stüssi 5 and trombonist Jean-Nicolas Trottier paid homage to the late Len Dobbin by performing, with élan and accomplishment , a CD dedicated to his memory, during a Tuesday evening session at L'Astral. It was the sort of music Dobbin enjoyed most; honest-to-goodness jazz served up hot in the town he loved. "Len Dobbin is the memory of jazz in Montreal," Stüssi said before the performance. "I am not the right person to pay homage to him but he will be in our thoughts." He then launched into Hieronymus, the new Felix Stüssi 5 compact disc featuring trombone legend Ray Anderson and dedicated to Dobbin. The jazz journalist and proud promoter of the Montreal scene was waiting to hear Felix Stüssi 5 play at Upstairs Jazz Club last July, when he collapsed...»
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Rupert Bottenberg, «Montreal Mirror», 24 juin 2010:
«One wouldn’t imagine the phantasmagoric tableaux of a medieval Dutch painter to be an obvious source of inspiration for a modern jazz composer/pianist. Swiss-born Montrealer Félix Stüssi, however, has titled his new album with his quintet Hieronymus, and the record’s centrepiece is the title work’s five movements. Balancing the bold and bright with the subtle and shadowed, and the familiar with the bizarre, Stüssi and his band explicitly evoke the paintings of Bosch.
“As a composer,” Stüssi says, “I often feel like a painter, creating musical colours and ambiances. I’ve always been fascinated by Bosch’s incomparable work. He was an innovator and explorer, not only in creating surrealistic creatures and demons, or caricatures of heretic clergymen and quacks. No, for me the main novelty in Bosch’s paintings are his colours and how he used them to underline a plot.
“‘Garden of Earthly Delights’ and ‘Musical Purgatory,’ for example, two paintings from the same triptych which have inspired me, have not only contrasting themes but also a happy, bright colouration and an oppressive, dark one, respectively. For me, this was the perfect inspiration to compose a suite that would reflect these ambiances. And, like Bosch, I hope to have reached a resolutely modern artistic expression while staying firmly rooted in tradition.”
It’s worth noting that while named after Bosch, and featuring guest trombonist of note Ray Anderson (“When he agreed to record with us, it was like Christmas,” says Stüssi), the album is dedicated to the late photographer, broadcaster and scribe Len Dobbin, longstanding fixture of the Montreal music scene and, for many years, the Mirror’s in-house authority on jazz. “Len Dobbin passed away on the very night of our performance at Upstairs jazz club, where most tracks of the CD were recorded. In the afternoon, Len had already been there for the soundcheck. He was in great spirits, talking to all of us and looking forward to our performance in the evening. He never got to hear our music that night. Therefore, playing at this year’s Jazz Fest, we will be thinking of him up in jazz heaven.”»
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Marc Chenard, «La Scena Musicale», juin 2010:
« ... cette version très live du sextette nous offre une prestation bien relevée... On appréciera également cet enregistrement pour sa prise sonore dynamique et le bel esprit de jeu de l’équipe... »
 
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BIO
Félix Stüssi grew up in the canton of Glarus in Switzerland und lives in Montréal, Canada, since 1998. Self-taught on jazz piano, he has later studied with some big names: Irène Schweizer, Markus Bischof, Christoph Baumann, Vince Benedetti, Art Lande, and Fred Hersch. In 1996 he won two prices, best band and best soloist, at the Zollikon Jazz Festival in Switzerland. A year later, he graduated from the University of Zürich with a masters in ethnomusicology. In 2005, he toured Switzerland with his Canadian quintet, giving a concert at Moods jazz club in Zürich. Félix Stüssi & Give me five won the prestigious Grand Prix de Jazz GM at the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal in 2007. The two first recordings of the quintet, Give me five (Outside Music/Unit Records, 2007) and Baiji (Justin Time Rercords/EMI, 2008), were very well received on both sides of the Atlantic. Stüssi regularly returns to Europe where he has collaborated, among others, with Bruno Spoerri, saxophonist and pioneer of electronic music, trombonist Nils Wogram, and Jürg Wickihalder, saxophone. Wickihalder and Stüssi are members of the octet Sam Trümpy Memorial Jazz Coalition which has released a CD of the same name on the label Altrisuoni in November 2009. In Canada, Stüssi also writes for a very dynamic trio, Les Malcommodes, which he has formed with Daniel Lessard on bass and Pierre Tanguay on drums.
In 2010, the third album, Hieronymus, is released on Effendi Records. Stüssi invites everybody to join him and his loyal sidemen - Alexandre Côté and Bruno Lamarche, saxophones, Clinton Ryder, bass, and Isaiah Ceccarelli, drums – in an adventurous musical journey. Hieronymus is the second album that has sprung from the fruitful collaboration with trombone legend Ray Anderson.
Stüssi’s projects are being supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, and Musicaction.
Félix Stüssi is married and father of two children.
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