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A. Globe Unity

Alto Saxophone – Peter Brötzmann
Baritone Saxophone – Kris Wanders
Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Willem Breuker
Bass [Left Channel] – Peter Kowald
Bass [Right Channel] – Buschi Niebergall
Bass Clarinet, Flute – Gunter Hampel
Conductor, Piano, Bells [Tubular], Tom Tom, Gong, Composed By – Alexander von Schlippenbach
Cornet, Flugelhorn – Manfred Schoof
Drums [Left Channel] – Jackie Liebezeit
Drums [Right Channel] – Mani Neumeier
Tenor Saxophone – Gerd Dudeck
Trumpet – Claude Deron
Tuba – Willi Lietzmann

B. Sun

Bells [Small, Left Channel] – Peter Kowald
Drums [Kettledrums, Left Channel], Temple Block [Left Channel], Goblet Drum [Left Channel] – Jackie Liebezeit
Flute [Lotus Flute I] – Claude Deron
Guiro – Peter Brötzmann
Maracas – Willi Lietzmann
Pandeiro – Gunter Hampel
Knife, Flexafon – Alexander von Schlippenbach
Rattle – Willem Breuker
Siren [Right Channel] – Buschi Niebergall
Tom Tom [Tam Tam], Wood Block, Percussion [Mani Tom, Right Channel], Gong [Right Channel], Tabla [Right Channel] – Mani Neumeier
Triangle – Manfred Schoof
Vibraphone – Karlhanns Berger
Whistle [Duck Call] – Gerd Dudeck
Zurna [Zorna], Flute [Lotus Flute Ii], Alto Saxophone – Kris Wanders

 

A lot of music rests its magic on being “cosmic,” of appealing to some sort of connection between the abstractions of sound and the abstractions of transcendental experience. Yet, very little music succeeds in being “planetary.” Alexander von Schlippenbach’s first outing with the Globe Unity Orchestra is a fascinating portrait of planetary globalization in the late 1960s, a fully discordant pile-up of instruments all atop a single pianist trying to keep it cuttable onto two sides of a record. Why would “globe unity,” the soft and “world music” sounding variant of globalization, be harmonized and mellifluous? --- dustedmagazine.tumblr.com

 

One of Europe's premier free jazz bandleaders, pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach's music mixes free and contemporary classical elements, with his slashing solos often the link between the two in his compositions. Schlippenbach formed the Globe Unity Orchestra in 1966 to perform the piece "Globe Unity," which had been commissioned by the Berliner Jazztage. He remained involved with the orchestra into the '80s, with the exception of one period from 1971 to 1972. Schlippenbach began taking lessons at eight, and studied at the Staatliche Hochschule for Musik in Cologne with composers Bernd Alois Zimmermann and Rudolf Petzold. He played with Gunther Hampel in 1963, and was in Manfred Schoof's quintet from 1964 to 1967. Schlippenbach began heading various bands after 1967, among them a 1970 trio with Evan Parker and Paul Lovens (both were also in his quartet along with bassist Peter Kowald), and a duo with drummer/vocalist Sven-Ake Johansson which they co-formed in 1976. Schlippenbach has also given many solos performances. In the late '80s, he formed the Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra, which has featured a number of esteemed European avant-garde jazz musicians including Evan Parker, Paul Lovens, and, as the orchestra's second pianist, Misha Mengelberg, then Aki Takase. Alexander von Schlippenbach has most frequently recorded for FMP, although Japo, Saba, and Po Torch have also released some of his work. In 2000, the Atavistic label was added to this list with their reissue of the Schlippenbach Quartet's 1975 album Hunting the Snake. ---karyobin, blindman.fr.yuku.com

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Schlippenbach Quartett - Das Hohe Lied (1981) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/4755-alexander-von-schlippenbach/18161-schlippenbach-quartett-das-hohe-lied-1981.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/4755-alexander-von-schlippenbach/18161-schlippenbach-quartett-das-hohe-lied-1981.html Schlippenbach Quartett - Das Hohe Lied (1981)

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A/B 	Let This Mouth Shower Kisses On You 	43:59
C 	Blow On My Garden And Press Out The Spices 	21:10
D 	Who Can This Be Advancing From The Desert? 	23:41

Alexander von Schlippenbach – piano
Evan Parker – tenor & soprano saxophone
Alan Silva – double bass
Paul Lovens – drums, percussion

 

Alexander von Schlippenbach (sometimes referred to as Alex von Schlippenbach) (born April 7. 1938 in Berlin) is a German jazz pianist and composer. Schlippenbach started to play piano from the age of 8 and went on to study composition at Cologne under Bernd Alois Zimmermann. While studying he started to play with Manfred Schoof. At the age of 28 he founded the Globe Unity Orchestra. In 1988, he founded the Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra, a big band that has over the years comprised, among others, Willem Breuker, Paul Lovens, Misha Mengelberg, Evan Parker, Schlippenbach's wife Aki Takase and Kenny Wheeler. In 1994 he was awarded the prestigious Albert Mangelsdorff prize.

He produced various recordings and worked for German radio channels. He played with many essential players of the European free jazz community. In 1999 he recorded the complete works of Thelonious Monk. --- jazzmusicarchives.com

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Schlippenbach Trio - Detto Fra Di Noi - Live In Pisa 1981 (1982) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/4755-alexander-von-schlippenbach/17725-schlippenbach-trio-detto-fra-di-noi-live-in-pisa-1981-1982.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/jazz/4755-alexander-von-schlippenbach/17725-schlippenbach-trio-detto-fra-di-noi-live-in-pisa-1981-1982.html Schlippenbach Trio - Detto Fra Di Noi - Live In Pisa 1981 (1982)

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A. 	Ciclone 	15:53
B/C. 	Fra Di Noi 	32:16
D. 	Abbondanza 	12:09

Alexander von Schlippenbach – piano
Evan Parker – soprano & tenor saxophone
Paul Lovens – drums, cymbals, saw, producer

 

This album presents the complete recording of the performance given by the Schlippenbach trio during the final concert of the 6 Rassegna Internazionale del jazz on June 21st, 1981, in the Teatro Verdi of Pisa. The Rassegna Internazionale del jazz is organised yearly in Pisa by the Centre for the Research into Improvised Music (CRIM). --- efi.group.shef.ac.uk

 

One of Europe's premier free jazz bandleaders, pianist Alexander von Schlippenbach's music mixes free and contemporary classical elements, with his slashing solos often the link between the two in his compositions. Schlippenbach formed the Globe Unity Orchestra in 1966 to perform the piece "Globe Unity," which had been commissioned by the Berliner Jazztage. He remained involved with the orchestra into the '80s, with the exception of one period from 1971 to 1972. Schlippenbach began taking lessons at eight, and studied at the Staatliche Hochschule for Musik in Cologne with composers Bernd Alois Zimmermann and Rudolf Petzold. He played with Gunther Hampel in 1963, and was in Manfred Schoof's quintet from 1964 to 1967. Schlippenbach began heading various bands after 1967, among them a 1970 trio with Evan Parker and Paul Lovens (both were also in his quartet along with bassist Peter Kowald), and a duo with drummer/vocalist Sven-Ake Johansson which they co-formed in 1976. Schlippenbach has also given many solos performances. In the late '80s, he formed the Berlin Contemporary Jazz Orchestra, which has featured a number of esteemed European avant-garde jazz musicians including Evan Parker, Paul Lovens, and, as the orchestra's second pianist, Misha Mengelberg, then Aki Takase. Alexander von Schlippenbach has most frequently recorded for FMP, although Japo, Saba, and Po Torch have also released some of his work. In 2000, the Atavistic label was added to this list with their reissue of the Schlippenbach Quartet's 1975 album Hunting the Snake. ---Ron Wynn, Rovi

 

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