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"She makes the music of the future", headlines Zurich jazz critic Manfred Papst in an extensive portrait of singerSarah Buechi. The singer has studied a wide variety of music in America, Ireland, Ghana and India to further develop songwriting, world and jazz in a highly personal way, whereby the balance of composition and improvisation is central. With Moon Trail she presents her new trio. "A strong shared feeling and freedom in dealing with the musical material; these are the essences the trio draws from jazz and folk music, as well as other global musical traditions. Virtuosity is never showcased for it's own sake. Rather, it is the underlying pulsating energy that allows a freer play of links and references; a musical web characterised by lightness and variability. In this, the trio shows the potential to set a new standpoint in jazz music: a musical golden ratio", writes Luise Wolf in the liner notes.
"She makes the music of the future", headlines Zurich jazz critic Manfred Papst in an extensive portrait of singerSarah Buechi. The singer has studied a wide variety of music in America, Ireland, Ghana and India to further develop songwriting, world and jazz in a highly personal way, whereby the balance of composition and improvisation is central. With Moon Trail she presents her new trio. "A strong shared feeling and freedom in dealing with the musical material; these are the essences the trio draws from jazz and folk music, as well as other global musical traditions. Virtuosity is never showcased for it's own sake. Rather, it is the underlying pulsating energy that allows a freer play of links and references; a musical web characterised by lightness and variability. In this, the trio shows the potential to set a new standpoint in jazz music: a musical golden ratio", writes Luise Wolf in the liner notes.
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"She makes the music of the future", headlines Zurich jazz critic Manfred Papst in an extensive portrait of singerSarah Buechi. The singer has studied a wide variety of music in America, Ireland, Ghana and India to further develop songwriting, world and jazz in a highly personal way, whereby the balance of composition and improvisation is central. With Moon Trail she presents her new trio. "A strong shared feeling and freedom in dealing with the musical material; these are the essences the trio draws from jazz and folk music, as well as other global musical traditions. Virtuosity is never showcased for it's own sake. Rather, it is the underlying pulsating energy that allows a freer play of links and references; a musical web characterised by lightness and variability. In this, the trio shows the potential to set a new standpoint in jazz music: a musical golden ratio", writes Luise Wolf in the liner notes.
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