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Martin Ptak & Martin Eberle - MOMENTUM
Price: € 15,00
CL3 1CD 15014

Martin Ptak & Martin Eberle
MOMENTUM

01
Rain Song 06:06 Share
02
Ringo 04:31 Share
03
Earth 06:22 Share
04
Appassionata 05:26 Share
05
Hymn 05:22 Share
06
Momentum 05:53 Share
07
pARaMios 04:34 Share
08
Juno 08:13 Share
09
Anfang 04:32 Share
Total Time 50:59
About "Momentum"
©Helmut Wimmer
The starting point of the cooperation is the project "Ganymed Nature" at Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna. Ptak and Eberle composed a piece (Twilight Train) inspired by Pieter Bruegel’s painting “The Glooby Day”.

Outgoing of this special performance and due to the positive feedback, they continued the work they had started. While the pieces "Appassionata", "Hymn", "Momentum" and "Juno" were composed by both musicians together, "Rain Song", "Ringo" and "Earth" were penned by Martin Ptak, respectively "pARaMios" and »Beginning« by Martin Eberle.

Momentum is a combination of organic sounds expanded with electronic elements. The music speaks a narrative and pictorial language that is carried off into wide and spherical soundscapes.

Additional Musicians:
Company of Music Johannes Hiemetsberger (track 3)
Cornelia Pesendorfer (track 3)
Albin Janoska (track 5)


About Martin Ptak
Martin has composed and arranged for orchestra, big bands, brass ensembles, film and theatre. He is a prolific collaborator, and co-founded the Takon Orchester and the retro film music orchestra Velvet Elevator.
Since 2019 Martin has been a regular fixture of the Soap & Skin ensemble, also contributing arrangements. In 2018 Martin released the album „River Tales“, which follows Martin’s previous solo record, Twilight Street, released in 2012.


About Martin Eberle
Known for sensitive and virtuosic trumpet playing, Studies of Classical and Jazz Trumpet in Vorarlberg and Bern, Initiator and Musical Director of Jazzorchester Vorarlberg, projects include 5KHD, Kompost 3, Soap & Skin, Uri Caine, Trio Rom/Schaerer/Eberle.
Informations
Martin Ptak
Martin Ptak, Rivertales
Martin Eberle


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