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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 16 September 2010
I was astonished by the luminous beauty of this disc the first time I heard it. It is one of these rare 'hybrid' experiments, which works to miraculous effect. Imagine the opening: the Stuttgart String Orchestra provide a haunting backwash of melody, against which comes a hesitant, stray note from the piano, which appears to hang in the air like an icicle slowly melting. This is soon echoed by some broken fragments of bass, which do no more than hint at the depth of the piece. Garbarek's sax arcs over this, like a gull, then is gone. The beauty of 'Runes' is in the restraint, the hesitancy of long delayed melody lines, which when they struggle into completion achieve such a sense of release, that you feel blessed by such music. 'Solara March' picks up on some of the earlier themes and melody lines, and develops them further, with the trio now starting to make headway and direction, and 'Mirrors' completes this musical journey in an extended composition, where solos shimmer and disappear from the orchestral backcloth. A mesmerising and very beautiful album. Strongly recommended for all with ears to hear, and a heart that beats...
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on 24 March 2015
People go on and on about Jarrett's Koln Concert album (which is superb) but this album puts him on another planet, the subtle interactions with Jan Garbereks sax playing on side two just sends shivers down my spine. A must for all Jarrett afficionadoes.
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on 22 October 2015
Don't ever fully believe feedback this album hasn't anything to do with John Hassel and Brian Eno at all.
It's more likely a jurney into chambre music and very very little jazz in that classical way that we know Jarret.
The amazon ha thing it is the date of the record, 1975 !
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on 11 January 2016
very satisfied
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on 31 January 2016
love it
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on 4 September 2014
Keith Jarrett, fantastic as usual.
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