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Invisible Stream: the "unseen currents" are those that connect people and musical works by transcending styles or customary aesthetic and cultural boundaries. A feast of poetic expression organized by four key representatives of both the classical and jazz music scenes of today, this record initiates a dialogue - motivated by the purest spirit of improvisation - between the compositions of Raphaël Imbert and those of Schubert, Wagner, and Ornette Coleman.
Invisible Stream: the "unseen currents" are those that connect people and musical works by transcending styles or customary aesthetic and cultural boundaries. A feast of poetic expression organized by four key representatives of both the classical and jazz music scenes of today, this record initiates a dialogue - motivated by the purest spirit of improvisation - between the compositions of Raphaël Imbert and those of Schubert, Wagner, and Ornette Coleman.
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Invisible Stream
Artist: Raphael Imbert
Format: CD
New: In Stock $17.98
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DISC: 1

1. Imbert: Akim's Spirit:
2. Friends
3. Imbert: Akim's Spirit:
4. Eagle
5. Imbert: Akim's Spirit:
6. Remember
7. Imbert: Akim's Spirit:
8. Space Opera
9. Imbert/Atsas: Akim's Spirit:
10. Hope
11. Wagner: Act III Scene 2: Aria "O Du, Mein Holder Abendstern" (Arr. for Saxophone, Cello, Piano and Percussions By Raphaël Imber
12. Schubert: An Die Musik, D. 547 (Arr. for Saxophone, Cello, Piano and Percussions By Raphaël Imbert)
13. Imbert: My Klezmer Dream
14. Coleman: Beauty Is a Rare Thing (Arr. for Saxophone and Cello By Raphaël Imbert)
15. Imbert: Musique Aux Images
16. Eilser:
17. An Den Kleinen Radioapparat (Arr. for Saxophone, Cello, Piano and Percussions By Raphaël Imbert)
18. Imbert:So Long, Radio Voice
19. Imbert:Exil
20. Barouh/Le Sénéchal: Des Ronds Dans L'eau (Arr. for Saxophone and Piano By Raphaël Imbert) ^1.15

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Invisible Stream: the "unseen currents" are those that connect people and musical works by transcending styles or customary aesthetic and cultural boundaries. A feast of poetic expression organized by four key representatives of both the classical and jazz music scenes of today, this record initiates a dialogue - motivated by the purest spirit of improvisation - between the compositions of Raphaël Imbert and those of Schubert, Wagner, and Ornette Coleman.
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