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Tracklist


1Blue Silk6:30
2Circled Take3:24
3Scuro5:08
4Holography3:01
5Time Lapse5:07
6Parallel Action4:38
7Opening Image4:16
8Bird's-Eye-View4:07
9Chiaro3:28
10Ending Image2:27

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RLP 3037Arve Henriksen Chiaroscuro ‎(LP, Album, RE)Rune GrammofonRLP 3037Norway2017
RLP3037Arve Henriksen Chiaroscuro ‎(LP, Album, RE, Whi)Rune GrammofonRLP3037Norway2017
BOM24045Arve Henriksen Chiaroscuro ‎(CD, Album)Bomba Records BOM24045Japan2005

Credits


  • Co-producer [Co-produced By]Arve Henriksen
  • DesignKim Hiorthøy
  • Drums, PercussionAudun Kleive
  • Effects [Livesampling], Sampler [Samples]Jan Bang
  • Electronics [Additional]Erik Honoré, Jan Bang
  • Mastered ByHelge Sten
  • Music By [All Selections By]Arve Henriksen, Audun Kleive, Jan Bang
  • Producer [Produced By], Mixed ByErik Honoré, Jan Bang
  • Recorded By [Live Recordings]Geir Østenjø
  • Trumpet, Voice, ElectronicsArve Henriksen

Notes


Comes in a 3-panel fold-out Digipak.

Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text): 7 033662 020379
  • Barcode (Reader): 7033662020379
  • Matrix / Runout: SDC (Logo) RCD 2037-1 040421212
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L403
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6840

Companies


  • Produced At – Punkt Studio
  • Mixed At – Punkt Studio
  • Mastered At – Audio Virus LAB
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rune Grammofon
  • Copyright (c) – Rune Grammofon
  • Pressed By – SDC – 040421212

Video


Info


Arve Henriksen. The Orchard Music от лица компании Rune Grammofon Muserk Rights Management, ASCAP, SODRAC и другие авторские общества 7. Arve Henriksen's follow-up to his first solo CD, Sakuteiki, Chiaroscuro sees him exploring the same ethereal pastures, this time accompanied by sampling artist Jan Bang and percussionist Audun Kleive. As a result, the album has of course a fuller, busier sound, although the increment is discreet. Slightly closer in style to the softer moments of Supersilent, the album remains nonetheless the recognizable successor of Sakuteiki. Henriksen's trumpet is the heart and soul of the music, uttering simple slow-paced themes and lonesome calls. The artist sings wordless melodies, his falsetto. Songs in album Arve Henriksen - Chiaroscuro 2004. Arve Henriksen - Opening image. Arve Henriksen - Bird's eye view. Arve Henriksen - Chiaro. Arve Henriksen - Holography. Arve Henriksen - Blue silk. Arve Henriksen - Paralell action. Arve Henriksen - Circled take. Arve Henriksen - Scuro. Arve Henriksen - Time lapse. Arve Henriksen - Ending image. Total votes: 4. Other albums by Arve Henr. Album 2004 10 Songs. Rune Grammofon. Chiaroscuro could have been a late '70s ECM date- from Kleive's ambiguously world influences to the enveloping moods to the sameness of the songwriting. It's so obviously beautiful that you don't feel challenged but right when you drift off, it creeps up on you: Kleive plays an inventive pattern- for example, the hand drums on Parallel Action- or a melody starts to sink in. If the album had more variety or used these fragile-sounding elements less cautiously, this would be an exceptional session. Arve Henriksen: Chiaroscuro. Every now and then an album comes along that, with its purity, lack of assumption, sheer power and subtle grace, sets a new standard both for the instrument and the possibilities of music. Norwegian trumpeter Arve Henrkisen, who has been establishing a broader reputation over the past few years on recordings by Scandinavian artists including bassist Anders Jormin, pianist Jon Balke and the Anglo-Norwegian conglomerate Food, did just that with his last release, Sakuteiki Rune Grammofon, '01. Sakuteiki - Arve Henriksen. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Arve Henriksen. 2001 jazz. Listen free to Arve Henriksen Chiaroscuro Opening Image, Bird's-Eye-View and more. 10 tracks 42:04. It was originally the musical companion to a sound walk that took place in April, May and June 2017. Those who took part could listen to the music on headphones while crossing the Humber Bridge. Arve first collaborated with the pair on the much loved and highly praised Chiaroscuro 2004, Arves second album, and later on Cartography ECM 2008 and Places Of Worship 2013. Also an important part of the line-up is Eivind Aarset, the ECM associated guitarist extraordinaire. Released: . Arve Henriksen is a trumpeter whose name will be familiar to anybody listening to the new music flowing out from Norway over the past decade or so. Chiaroscuro is Henriksen's first outing as leader since his debut in 2001. As well as being a remarkably experimental trumpet stylistin concert it sometimes seems impossible that the shakuhachi, flute and saxophone sounds are actually created by the trumpet he is playing, Henriksen sings with an angelic, falsetto voice. On Chiaroscuro he's provided with sympathetic support from Jan Bang on samples and Audun Kleive on percussion

Arve Henriksen - Chiaroscuro MP3
Performer: Arve Henriksen
Genre: Electronic / Jazz
Title: Chiaroscuro
Country: Norway
Released: 01 Jun 2004
Style: Future Jazz, Experimental, Ambient
MP3 album: 2794 mb
FLAC album: 1158 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 771
Source: CD, Album
№ Cat: RCD 2037
Label: Rune Grammofon

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Supersilent member and trumpet-player Arve Henriksen is behind this album, that starts with "Opening Image", a sorrowful wail of trumpet and voice amidst Ambient symphonic wheezes, while the following "Bird's Eye View" is a moist tribal meditation. "Chiaro" is even more aquatic and ethereal, a desolate liturgy that is occasionally blown by enigmatic digital volleys. "Holography" is a ... sketch viewed from the perspective of New Age, Jazz and ambient music. Using the same techniques but without as strong a melodic focus, the 7-minute "Blue Silk" relies on it's glacial intensity to beckon you. In "Paralell Action", essentially another ghostly symphonic poem, the inclusion of an electronic beat damages the overall flow of the piece. However, stripped down to the bare essentials, "Circled Take" sounds astonishing (percussion imitating the splatter of sea waves, the usual trumpet mourning, plus a brief breathtaking layer of choir). "Scuro" is another startling, albeit far more ominous, atmosphere. After this menacing eclipse, "Time Lapse" seems to revert the cosmic stream to it's regular equilibrium. while "Ending Image" heralds this return to the normal and completion of a circle with another elegant melancholic salute.

It's not that this album presents anything we haven't heard before, it's just extremely well done.

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