Mengelberg: Two Days in Chicago

Mengelberg SKU: 39279903
Mengelberg: Two Days in Chicago

Mengelberg: Two Days in Chicago

Mengelberg SKU: 39279903

Format: CD

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Title: Two Days in Chicago
Artist: Mengelberg
Label: Hathut Records
UPC: 752156072225
Genre: Classical Artists

Misha Mengelberg came to Chicago for two days, made some music with a host of musicians, and went home. Which leaves us with memories. Fortunately there's this gem left behind, these two albums, containing a timeless message. Sounds that do not express, they signify, they exist. Misha Mengelberg was a Dutch jazz pianist and composer. A prominent figure in post-WWII European Jazz, Mengelberg is known for his forays into free improvisation, for bringing humor into his music, and as a leading interpreter of songs by fellow pianists Thelonious Monk and Herbie Nichols. He also wrote music for others to perform (generally leaving some room for improvisation) and oversaw a number of music theatre productions, which usually included a large element of absurdist humor.


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