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Eleni Karaindrou Ulysses' Gaze
Music written for Angelopoulos' film, featuring the viola of Kim Kashkashian, alongside oboe, accordion, voice, trumpet, french horn and cello.

Savina Yannatou Primavera En Salonico
Old songs from Greece, Armenia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Kazakhstan and Southern Italy (and a 16th century Yiddish hymn). Beautiful, vibrant music, splicing folk and tradition with experimentalism and improvisation.

Susanne Abbuehl Compass
Two songs based on Berio’s Folk Songs cycle, tunes by Sun Ra and Chick Corea with her own words, and four Joyce settings.

Andras Schiff J.S. Bach, Goldberg Variations
The New York Times — 'Mr Schiff is, in Bach, a phenomenon. He has quite simply internalized this music. He doesn’t so much perform it as emit, breathe it.'

Jan Garbarek Twelve Moons
Rainer Bruninghaus, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Manu Katche drums; Marilyn Mazur percussion; Agnes Buen Garnas, vocal; Mari Boine, vocal.

Carla Bley Carla's Christmas Carols
With Steve Swallow and The Partyka Brass Quintet — and the brilliant arranging you'd expect, radiant and scrupulous, twinklingly awakening from the deep tunes like Away In A Manger, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.

Tomasz Stanko Dark Eyes
With new cohorts from Finland and Denmark — electric bass and guitar bringing a new tension and urgency — this is by turns fierce and hard, swinging and sparse, lyrical and mournful.

Ralph Towner And Paolo Fresu Chiarascuro
Duets by trumpet, or French horn, and guitar.

Anouar Brahem The Astounding Eyes Of Rita
Crafted, swinging, soulful Middle Eastern jazz, led by oud and bass clarinet. Dedicated to the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish. (Why he didn't win the Nobel Prize isn't a mystery.)

Tomasz Stanko Lontano
'The quintessence of experience of sorts. It has some free playing, some reflection, and we also played Komeda's Kattorna. Among my records this is the one I listened to the most after recording.'