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Franz Koglmann - Lo-lee-ta
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Franz Koglmann
Lo-lee-ta

01
Love Theme from Lolita 05:59 Share
02
Hereafter #1 01:08 Share
03
Montreux Palace 05:04 Share
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Hereafter #2 01:14 Share
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A Day´s Work (dedicated to Michael Turnheim) 04:21 Share
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Hereafter #3 01:21 Share
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Ada and Van 06:56 Share
08
Vadim Vadimovich N. 03:27 Share
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Hereafter #4 01:25 Share
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Laura 04:21 Share
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Hereafter #5 01:46 Share
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Just half a Shade 02:48 Share
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Hereafter #6 01:54 Share
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Martha Dreyer 04:09 Share
Total Time 45:53
Digital Booklet - only with album
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01 Love Theme from Lolita 05:59
02 Hereafter #1 01:08
03 Montreux Palace 05:04
04 Hereafter #2 01:14
05 A Day´s Work (dedicated to Michael Turnheim) 04:21
06 Hereafter #3 01:21
07 Ada and Van 06:56
08 Vadim Vadimovich N. 03:27
09 Hereafter #4 01:25
10 Laura 04:21
11 Hereafter #5 01:46
12 Just half a Shade 02:48
13 Hereafter #6 01:54
14 Martha Dreyer 04:09
Total Time 45:53
Digital Booklet - only with album
Vladimir Nabokov: the master of "chamber music in prose" (literary critic Marcel Reich-Ranicki) and composer of crackling word sonatas. Franz Koglmann: a commuter between jazz/avant-garde and literature, and writer of intimate sound novellas. It was only a matter of time before Koglmann would create "Music on Nabokov," and transform literary motifs and characters into music. Together with his Monoblue Quartet (Tony Coe, clarinet/saxophone, Ed Renshaw, guitar, Peter Herbert, bass) the trumpeter Koglmann sets out to explore Nabokov's cool sensuality. Even though the cover screams "Lo-lee-ta," after Nabokov's most famous novel, the music on the album is dynamically detached chamber jazz, yet of intense expressiveness. And in between, Koglmann and the keyboarder/electronics specialist Wolfgang Mitterer insert echoes that seem to come from another world.

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