Artistry in Rhythm: European Suite

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All Music Guide - Glenn Astarita
No task is seemingly unattainable for this extremely versatile aggregation of musicians, who in the past have intermingled Strauss waltzes with modern jazz/big band-style arrangements amid other ambitious undertakings. Recorded live in Switzerland, this 2001 release is all about bold, brassy, and highly charged horns atop fiery, or perhaps fusion-like, electrified guitar leads and funk
ock rhythms. Here, the band melds a Stan Kenton-style wall-of-sound with tricky time signatures and brazen horn charts as the orchestra embarks upon 15 variations dedicated to 15 European capital cities. Overall, there is quite a bit to digest within ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Glenn Astarita
No task is seemingly unattainable for this extremely versatile aggregation of musicians, who in the past have intermingled Strauss waltzes with modern jazz/big band-style arrangements amid other ambitious undertakings. Recorded live in Switzerland, this 2001 release is all about bold, brassy, and highly charged horns atop fiery, or perhaps fusion-like, electrified guitar leads and funk
ock rhythms. Here, the band melds a Stan Kenton-style wall-of-sound with tricky time signatures and brazen horn charts as the orchestra embarks upon 15 variations dedicated to 15 European capital cities. Overall, there is quite a bit to digest within these 77 minutes of music and with this release, the listener will be treated to impassioned soloing, boisterous interplay, numerous twists, turns, and sinuous rhythmic developments. Simply stated, the Vienna Art Orchestra represents one of Europe's most exhilarating outfits.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/3/2001
  • Label: Tcb Music
  • UPC: 725095011020
  • Catalog Number: 1102
  • Sales rank: 342,748

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Vienna Art Orchestra Primary Artist
Urszula Dudziak Voices
Wolfgang Muthspiel Guitar
Jojo Mayer Drums
Matthieu Michel Trumpet
Christian Radovan Trombone
Harry Sokal Saxophone
Arkady Shilkloper French Horn
Herwig Gradischnig Saxophone
Adrian Mears Trombone
Mathias Rüegg Leader
Andy Scherrer Saxophone
Christian Muthspiel Trombone
Robert Riegler Bass
Patrice Héral Percussion
Thorsten Benkenstein Trumpet
Florian Bramböck Saxophone
Klaus Dickbauer Saxophone
Franck Tortiller Vibes
Robert Bachner Trombone
Karl "Bumi" Fian Trumpet
Thomas Gansch Trumpet
Technical Credits
Jurg Peterhans Engineer, Mastering
Mathias Rüegg Arranger, Composer, Producer, Mastering
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