Terje Rypdale

Terje Rypdal - Odyssey: In Studio & In Concert (2012) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Terje Rypdal - Odyssey: In Studio & In Concert (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 155:19 minutes | 3,05 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Terje Rypdal's Odyssey: In Studio & In Concert is a very special release. It includes not only the complete Odyssey album - restoring the long track Rolling Stone to its rightful place, but also a full disc of previously unreleased material on which Terje Rypdal's Odyssey band is augmented by the Swedish Radio Jazz Group in a 1976 live performance of Rypdal's suite Unfinished Highballs.

Terje Rypdal - The Singles Collection (1989) {ECM 1383}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 10, 2016
Terje Rypdal - The Singles Collection (1989) {ECM 1383}

Terje Rypdal - The Singles Collection (1989) {ECM 1383}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Long before ECM released its first remix album (for Nils Petter Molvær’s Khmer), it put out this, its first singles collection. Or so it’s nice to think: the title actually has nothing to do with the content. For their third album, Terje Rypdal & the Chasers instead spit out one of the most transcendent rock albums this side of the Milky Way. So much of that transcendence lies in the bandleader’s characteristic sere. When spurred on by the keyboard stylings of Allan Dangerfield and Audun Kleive’s clear-and-present drumming, he simply can’t go wrong.
Terje Rypdal - If Mountains Could Sing (1995) {ECM 1554} [Re-Up]

Terje Rypdal - If Mountains Could Sing (1995) {ECM 1554}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

For twenty years electric guitarist Terje Rypdal (and ECM producer Manfred Eicher) have helped define the most sensual, moody, alluring aspects of European jazz and new music. And while Rypdal, the improvising guitarist, may structure his solos and chamber-like accompaniments in the manner of a jazz or classical composer, there's a lyric, rock edge to his guitar playing that will transport anyone who has ever contemplated the vocal cry of a Fender Stratocaster driven into distortion.
Terje Rypdal - Selected Recordings (2002) {ECM Rarum VII} [Re-Up]

Terje Rypdal - Selected Recordings (2002) {ECM Rarum VII}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion, Avant-Garde

“My time with ECM is a lifetime by now,” Terje Rypdal notes, as he embarks upon his fourth decade with the label that has documented his far-reaching achievements as both improviser and composer. For this anthology, Rypdal chose to focus on his groundbreaking electric guitar artistry, heard in settings ranging from symphony orchestra to the enlightened hard rock of the Chasers. “Music must have colours and freedom”, Rypdal once said, and his selection here lacks neither.

Terje Rypdal - Melodic Warrior (2013)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Aug. 21, 2013
Terje Rypdal - Melodic Warrior (2013)

Terje Rypdal - Melodic Warrior (2013)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 71:19 min | 155 MB
Genre: Jazz, Classical | Label: ECM

Two large compositions, 'Melodic Warrior' and 'And The Sky Was Coloured With Waterfalls And Angels' constitute one of Terje Rypdal's most adventurous albums. The title piece, a 45 minute epic, was commissioned by The Hilliard Ensemble and recorded in 2003 with the British vocal group and the Bruckner Orchester Linz under Dennis Russell Davies. The Hilliards sing texts drawn from Native American poetry powerfully echoing the natural world, from Chippewa, Navajo, Pima, and Papago sources, and Rypdal's sustained electric guitar lines soar melodically and dramatically above the strings' broad planes of sound.

Terje Rypdal - To Be Continued (1981) {ECM 1192} [Repost]  Music

Posted by tiburon at Feb. 6, 2013
Terje Rypdal - To Be Continued (1981) {ECM 1192} [Repost]

Terje Rypdal / Miroslav Vitous / Jack DeJohnette - To Be Continued (1981) {ECM 1192}
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Genre: Fusion

Essentially a continuation of Rypdal Vitous DeJohnette, this album somewhat lacks the atmospheric keyboards of its predecessor. It is nonetheless quite compelling, particularly in DeJohnette's propulsive drumming on the title track, and his phantasmic piano and voice on "Uncomposed Appendix." This album also features one of Rypdal's best-loved works, the gorgeously stark and stately "Topplue, Votter & Skjerf" — Norwegian for "Hat, gloves, and scarf," an idiomatic phrase implying the onset of their long and cold winter.
Terje Rypdal - Crime Scene (2010) {ECM 2041} [Proper Repost]

Terje Rypdal - Crime Scene (2010) {ECM 2041}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

An exciting departure for ECM veteran Rypdal, this extended work, commissioned for the 2009 Bergen Festival, begins with a sound of swirling massed horns likely to bring Coltrane to mind. There is more than a hint of “Ascension” in the opening moments of “Crime Scene”, a work paced like a mystery thriller. The music surrounds the Rypdal quartet with Mikkelborg, Storlokken and Vinnaccia (all of whom recently appeared on the critically-acclaimed “Vossabrygg”) with a 17-piece jazz big band and keeps the action moving at a fast pace.

Terje Rypdal / David Darling – Eos (1984) {ECM 1263} [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by tiburon at Oct. 11, 2012
Terje Rypdal / David Darling – Eos (1984) {ECM 1263} [Re-Up]

Terje Rypdal / David Darling – Eos (1984) {ECM 1263}
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Genre: Jazz, Experimental Jazz

This is a collaboration between Rypdal (on electric guitar & synth), and David Darling (cello). If you think electric guitar & cello is an odd combination for a band, you're right! If you think it couldn't possibly work, you're wrong!! Moody and compelling, and definitely not for everyone.Worth it just for the track "Mirage", which lives up to its title sonically. The track "Laser" does the same also… a blistering solo electric guitar kills any semblance of peace and silence, and after it's over, sets up the hot-summer-day-let-me-lay-and-listen mood for the rest of the CD. All are well worth the listening effort.
Terje Rypdal - Odyssey In Studio & In Concert (2012) {ECM 2136-38} [Re-Up]

Terje Rypdal - Odyssey In Studio & In Concert (2012) {ECM 2136-38}
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Genre: Jazz

The electric guitar innovator in the 1970s. This box set in ECM’s Old & New Masters Series collects Terje Rypdal’s two-LP Odyssey album – heard on CD, for the first time, in its entirety, including the much-requested and epically-rocking “Rolling Stone” – and “Unfinished Highballs”, a recently unearthed 1976 radio recording that documents the Norwegian guitarist’s work for his Odyssey quartet and the Swedish Radio Jazz Group. The complete Odyssey may address a longstanding demand, but “Unfinished Highballs” will surprise even Rypdal’s most committed fans. It reveals that not only were many of the markers which would come to define his career already in place, but the intrepid guitarist was already searching for ways to include, rather than exclude, in his approach to composition and performance.
"Risk Management: With Applications from the Offshore Petroleum Industry" by Terje Aven, Jan Erik Vinnem (Repost)

"Risk Management: With Applications from the Offshore Petroleum Industry" by Terje Aven, Jan Erik Vinnem
Springеr Series in Reliability Engineering
Sрringer | 2007 | ISBN: 1846286522 9781846286520 9781846286537 | 211 pages | PDF | 5 MB

This book is about making decisions in the face of risks and uncertainties. The book presents an in-depth discussion of some fundamental principles of risk management, related to the use of expected values, uncertainty handling and risk acceptance criteria.