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Franz Koglmann - Nocturnal Walks
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Franz Koglmann
Nocturnal Walks

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Allegro molto 05:54 Share
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Andante siciliano 05:07 Share
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Finale: presto 02:56 Share
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Franz Koglmann, Nocturnal Walks- I 03:21 Share
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II 03:05 Share
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III 04:33 Share
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IV 05:42 Share
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V 02:42 Share
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VI 04:59 Share
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VII 06:28 Share
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VIII 05:53 Share
Total Time 50:40
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01 Allegro molto 05:54
02 Andante siciliano 05:07
03 Finale: presto 02:56
04 Franz Koglmann, Nocturnal Walks- I 03:21
05 II 03:05
06 III 04:33
07 IV 05:42
08 V 02:42
09 VI 04:59
10 VII 06:28
11 VIII 05:53
Total Time 50:40
Digital Booklet - only with album
Incidentally, "Nocturnal Walks. A twilight of thoughts inspired by motifs of Joseph Haydn, featuring the original voice of E.M. Cioran" is 'just' the Austrian contribution to the European Capital of Culture 2007, Sibiu/Hermannstadt in Romania. But Franz Koglmann manages not only to create real jazz on the basis of Haydn's "Symphony of Sibiu" (named in honor of Sibiu because a copy of the score was discovered there) but moreover to transplant E.M. Cioran there in a logical context, so to speak as a musing stroller. Cioran, the philosopher, caustic essayist and cultural critic, was born near Sibiu – another reason for Koglmann to take him on his walks and let him speak for himself. And speaking for himself in a Falter interview, Koglmann says: "I have used all themes of Haydn's 'Symphony of Sibiu', some in their original form, some as variations, with different harmonies or rhythms. Moreover, I have used abrupt cuts, also for the purpose of emphasizing the ambivalences of Cioran, who was on the one hand an absolute skeptic but on the other hand really quite a cheerful person, not at all melancholy." ...

... In Nocturnal Walks, the jazz soloist Koglmann also appears as a trumpet and flugelhorn player; accordion and vibraphone are also among the party, "to perhaps give the whole thing some sort of rancid quality." (Koglmann) The first release of col legno's "creations" series unites the original, namely Haydn's symphony, in a wonderfully vivacious, light-footed new recording by Gustav Kuhn and his Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and Trento, with Koglmann's extremely original and slightly melancholy new creation, in an excellent performance by the exxj ensemble xx. jahrhundert under Peter Burwik's direction.

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