Import 2CD – FYR 041 – Hydrozoa – Lisa Ullén & Nina de Heney

2007年からデュオとして活動する、Lisa Ullén(p)とNina de Heney(b)が、ヨーテボリのハーガ教会でおこなったライヴ録音(1枚はオーディエンス入り、他方は無観客)。
前作『Carve』(LJ Records, 2009)からおよそ10年ぶりの作品。

韓国・ソウル生まれ、スウェーデン育ちのLisa Ullén(p)は、スウェーデン王立音楽アカデミーで学んだのち、90年代後半よりフリージャズ、アヴァンギャルド、現代音楽、エクスペリメンタルの世界で活動を開始。国内外で高い評価を受けながら、スウェーデン放送より「ジャズコンポーザー・オブ・ジ・イヤー2018」にも選ばれた実力派。
ベーシストのNina de Heneyは、スイスで育ち、ボストンのニューイングランド音楽院でチェコ出身のベーシスト、ミロスラフ・ヴィトウスに師事した後、1983年にスウェーデンに移り住み、1988-1993年にかけてヨーテボリ音楽院でさらに音楽を深めたという太い経歴を持つ。

Barcode: 7320470245934 商品コード: fyr041 商品カテゴリー: タグ: ,

説明

Cat#:

LABEL: Found You Recordings, Sweden
Format: 2CD / FYR 041
ARTIST: Lisa Ullén & Nina de Heney
TITLE: Hydrozoa
EAN: 7320470245934

Lineup:

Lisa Ullén (piano)
Nina de Heney (double bass)

Rec data:

Produced by Lisa Ullén & Nina de Heney
Recorded in Hagakyrkan, Gothenburg on March 10th & 11th, 2017
Recording, mix and master by Johannes Lundberg
Art direction by Lisa Grip
Executive production by Patric Thorman

Tracks

CD 1

  1. Hydrina (26:33)
  2. Leatolina (10:51)
  3. Athecata (17:03)
  4. Tecaphora (10:37)
  5. Laomedea (5:41)

CD 2

  1. Trachylina (8:38)
  2. Catablema (20:06)
  3. Thuiria (18:03)
  4. Plumularia (9:49)
  5. Aglantha (8:30)
  6. Liriope (6:12)

All music improvised by Lisa Ullén and Nina de Heney (STIM/NCB)

Album preview

Notes

Lisa Ullén and Nina de Heney Duo have been playing as a duo since 2007, and rapidly gained recognition as one the most thrilling new groups on the improvisation scene in Sweden. They are individually known and respected as well established performers, having each developed a personal sound on their respective instrument. It has now been 10 years since the release of their first CD “CARVE” (Lj records, 2009). After several trio releases, this double CD album presents the duo in two intense recording sessions done in Haga Church (Göteborg), one evening with a live audience, one without.

Hydrozoa, aquatic organisms, are amazing in their diversity and in the complexity of their life-cycles, swaying forms uplifting their tentacles in the vast wings of the surrounding oceans. This music sways in the vast oceans of sounds, tantilizing, flowing in an unending diversity. The language of sound never needs to explain itself: it just breathes.