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Baboon latest album of Enrico Sartori Tobias Delius Tristan Honsinger (Rudi Records)
(Published: January 24, 2013)

Enrico Sartori Tobias Delius Tristan Honsinger
Recorded live January 29, 2012 - MUG im Einstein, Munich (Germany
RRJ1012 Rudi Records 2013

Enrico Sartori: alto sax, bb & alto clarinets
Tobias Delius: tenor sax, bb clarinet
Tristan Honsinger: cello

Rudi Records catalog is proud to welcome two significant exponents of the European improvised music scene: English saxophonist Tobias Delius and the American cellist Tristan Honsinger who both before chose Holland as their home base and now Germany. The trio is completed by the Italian saxophonist Enrico Sartori, active in the Bassesfere Collective and who moves between the Netherlands, Austria and Germany.

Baboon is the recording of Sartori, Delius and Honsiger in Munich, Germany at the MUG im Einstein on January 29, 2012. The CD tracks reflect the natural development of the concert as the music finds its way, track by track, between moments of dialogue and space for the proverbial theatricality of Honsinger, lyricism and feeling.
A total of 46 minutes of live music, free improvisation without being improvised. The three all know each other well and despite the lack of written parts, they know how to weave up specific musical textures, performed as their instant composition.

As Sebi Tramontana says in the liner notes:
"These three men chase the music, they brush it, they own it, they lose it and chase it again to finally get back into the game of conquering it.
A child music.
They know where to find it.
They will find it. Listen to them. Playing a solo, a duo or a trio. Sit and listen to the first 40 seconds of "Four short stories", then stand up and start dancing. That`s it. Dance!"

More Information: http://www.rudirecords.com/albums/138-baboon

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