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Untitled Arpeggios and Pulses

by Christian Wallumrød & Trondheim Jazz Orchestra

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Part 1 08:26
Part 2 22:50
Part 3 13:27
Part 4 05:49


Christian Wallumrød has, together with the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra, created a new and exciting album that confirms his abilities as a unique composer and the flexibility of the never-static jazz orchestra.

The album was recorded in connection with the successful concert at the Kongsberg Jazz Festival where the work was given its world premiere, and we know that this recording has been eagerly awaited by many people. The critic from the newspaper Aftenposten gave the concert the highest accolades in his review: “Wallumrød presents here his remarkably well-developed ability to gather inspiration from a variety of stylistic genres and place his own unmistakable stamp on the result.”

Christian Wallumrød was commissioned to compose a work for Trondheim Jazz Orchestra on the occasion of the Kongsberg Jazz Festival’s 50th anniversary in 2014, and it was really a work with a capital W that he produced. “Untitled Arpeggios and Pulses” is a piece of music just over 50 minutes long that should be listened to continuously from start to finish.

The clearly pulse-driven work consists of four parts that are connected and range from the unassertively acoustic to the intensely forceful.

On this occasion the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra consisted of Wallumrød himself along with a selection of his favourite musicians. Some he had already worked with for a long time in other bands, while others were more recent acquaintances: guitarists Ivar Grydeland (Huntsville, Dans les Arbres) and Lars Ove Fossheim (Broen, Skadedyr), pianist Anja Lauvdal (Moskus, Broen, Skadedyr), saxophonist Espen Reinertsen and trumpet player Eivind Lønning (Streifenjunko and Christian Wallumrød Ensemble), tubist Heida Karine Jóhannesdóttir Mobeck (Broen, Skadedyr), drummers Fredrik Wallumrød (Brutter) and Siv Øyunn Kjenstad (Chili Vanilla, Thomas Strønen), and finally double bassist Michael Francis Duch (Lemur).

released October 30, 2015


released September 30, 2015

Christian Wallumrød: piano, synthesizers, drum machines
Ivar Grydeland: acoustic and electric guitars, pedal steel guitar, synthesizer
Lars Ove Fossheim: acoustic and electric guitars
Anja Lauvdal: piano, harpsichord, synthesizers
Espen Reinertsen: tenor saxophone
Eivind Lønning: trumpet
Heida Karine Jóhannesdóttir Mobeck: tuba/electronics
Fredrik Wallumrød: drums/electronics
Siv Øyunn Kjenstad: drums
Michael Francis Duch: double bass

Performed and recorded at Kongsberg Kino, July 2014
Concert sound engineer: Tor Breivik
Recording engineer: Thomas Hukkelberg

Music by Christian Wallumrød
Mixed by Bård Ingebrigtsen
Mastered by Helge Sten
Produced by Christian Wallumrød
Executive producer: Andreas Meland

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