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Klaus Koenig writes: "... Naturally, young players and beginners have role models that help them learn the language of jazz through imitation, the same as in other fields of art. Nonetheless, as they develop, these players need to bring themselves into their music. In my view, it only makes sense for us as Europeans to become engaged with the fascinating world of jazz if we stay true to our European identity, and if we speak this "Foreign Language" with our own accents and idiomatic expressions that reflect the cultures that we come from. On that note, I hope that with this music I have been able to present a contribution to the fascinating world of jazz which shows that it is our own music, the music of the "Jazz Live Trio"."
Klaus Koenig writes: "... Naturally, young players and beginners have role models that help them learn the language of jazz through imitation, the same as in other fields of art. Nonetheless, as they develop, these players need to bring themselves into their music. In my view, it only makes sense for us as Europeans to become engaged with the fascinating world of jazz if we stay true to our European identity, and if we speak this "Foreign Language" with our own accents and idiomatic expressions that reflect the cultures that we come from. On that note, I hope that with this music I have been able to present a contribution to the fascinating world of jazz which shows that it is our own music, the music of the "Jazz Live Trio"."
725095366021

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Format: CD
Label: TCB Music
Rel. Date: 08/19/2022
UPC: 725095366021

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Klaus Koenig writes: "... Naturally, young players and beginners have role models that help them learn the language of jazz through imitation, the same as in other fields of art. Nonetheless, as they develop, these players need to bring themselves into their music. In my view, it only makes sense for us as Europeans to become engaged with the fascinating world of jazz if we stay true to our European identity, and if we speak this "Foreign Language" with our own accents and idiomatic expressions that reflect the cultures that we come from. On that note, I hope that with this music I have been able to present a contribution to the fascinating world of jazz which shows that it is our own music, the music of the "Jazz Live Trio"."
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