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Lars Danielsson

Liberetto II - Vinyl LP

  • Format: Vinyl (erhältlich auch als CD )
  • Cat No.: ACTLP 9571-1
  • Barcode: 614427957115
  • German Release: 29/08/2014
  • Genre: Swedish Jazz, Jazz

STERN magazine attested the Liberetto debut, which hit store shelves in 2012, a "mighty energy" that unleashes itself from a power centre of serenity. On "Liberetto II", Danielsson and his quartet take that energy a step further, exploring new musical dimensions at the borders between chamber jazz, classic and European folk.

Vinyl € 20,00



"Never change a winning team" – The old sporting wisdom can also be applied to music: When soul mates and perfectly matched musicians find one another, they are well advised to stick together. "Liberetto II" by the exceptional Swedish bassist and cellist Lars Danielsson is the living proof. Three years ago he found a quartet with the former e.s.t. drummer Magnus Öström, the British guitarist John Paricelli and most of all as a new dream team duo with Armenian pianist Tigran. It interpreted his compositions and realised his musical ideas more precisely than probably any ensemble before it.STERN magazine attested the Liberetto debut, which hit store shelves in 2012, a "mighty energy" that unleashes itself from a power centre of serenity. On "Liberetto II", Danielsson and his quartet take that energ...

line up

Lars Danielsson / bass, cello, piano (on 01),piano melody (on 03 & 09)
Tigran / piano, fender rhodes
John Parricelli / guitar
Magnus Öström / drums, percussion, electronics

Special Guests:
Mathias Eick / trumpet
Dominic Miller / guitar (on 01)
Cæcilie Norby / voice (on 12)
Zohar Fresco / percussion & vocals (on 09)


Recording Information

Music composed by Lars Danielsson except 08 by Tigran and 10 by Lars Danielsson & Tigran

Produced by Cæcilie Norby
Executive Producer: Siggi Loch

Recorded at Tia Dia Studios Mölnlycke, Sweden by Bo Savik and Rainbow Studio Oslo, Norway by Jan Erik Kongshaug
Piano tuned by Beng Eriksson
Mixed and mastered at Rainbow Studio by Jan Erik Kongshaug

Cover art: “untitled 2010” by Martin Noël (1956 - 2010), by permission of Margarete Noël