"The debut album of piano player Martin Kastenholz, whose style the German Jazz "Pope" Joachim Ernst Berendt described as an "impressive and frightening mixture between Keith Jarrett and Frankenstein". Input: the music of Bela Bartok, King Crimson, Keith Tippett and Michael Nyman. Processor: 88 keys of a grand piano. Output: a kind of improvised minimal music (better to say: ornamental music) with gaps, cracks and stumbling stones" (martin kastenholz)
in stock | DE| 2014| NIEHLMUSIK | 9.90

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