German music produced by a Bavarian band, the one of musician, composer and conductor Karl Barthel, consisting of more than twenty musicians mostly with wind and brass instruments. The LP, released in 1978 in Germany, brings 12 tracks, nine of which are the creation of own Barthel, offering styles as typical marches and polkas among others.
Barthel 1, 2 richtet sich an fortgeschrittene Lerner, die das Niveau B2/C1 des Europäischen Referenzrahmen für Sprachen erreichen möchten. Es kann in Mittelstufenkursen eingesetzt, aber auch zum Selbstlernen verwendet werden…
Bristles is a new CD from bassist, Andrew Downing; trumpeter, Jim Lewis; and guitarist, David Occhipinti. The CD, is a collection of twelve songs - six jazz standards and six collaborative improvisations dedicated to painters such as Emily Carr and Cy Twombly. Five of the six jazz standards were recorded live from a concert at the Jazz Room in Waterloo, Ontario, where the trio performed in January of 2013. The trio, who are all based in Toronto, Canada, has been performing together since 2008. David Occhipinti produced and mixed Bristles, which is being released on his Occdav Music label.
Forest of Feelings is keyboardist/guitarist/composer David Sancious' debut solo effort after leaving Bruce Springsteen's employ. He not only played keyboards on Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J. and The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle and the title cut on Born to Run, but also arranged them. A musical polymath, Sancious never met a musical style he didn't like – or couldn't master. Here he is fully under the sway of jazz-rock fusion and progressive rock. Produced by Billy Cobham, Forest of Feelings features Sancious on an army of keys – Hammond B-3, clavinet, Moog, acoustic and Rhodes piano, etc. – but also on guitar (on which he is just as proficient, if not better).