“Ne Slyshno” is a unique collaboration of Israeli pianist and composer Slava (Vyacheslav) Ganelin and Russian double bass player Vladimir Volkov . The musicians met in Israel in the fall of 2005 and recorded this spontaneous studio session. The interaction, openness and boldness of this duo creates very impulsive and surprising record, which is in fact much more than just plain free jazz or improvisational avant-garde stuff. Using the forms of cutting-edge jazz and contemporary improvisation this duo creates something which is no less than trans-european, inter-traditional and multi-sensual improvised music with multicultural ethnic and classical influences and aesthetics of contemporary jazz and classical music. Amazing musical landscape full of pleasant surprises.
released May 1, 2007
2007 Auris Media, AUM012
Slava Ganelin - grand piano, percussion
Vladimir Volkov - double bass
All music by Slava Ganelin and Vladimir Volkov
Recorded on September 7, 2005 at "Gal-Kol Studios " (Bnei-Brak, Israel) by Udi Koomran
Edited, mixed and mastered by Udi Koomran at Ginger Studio.
Cover Art and Design: Alexandr Menus
Technical Help: Leonid Ulitsky
Produced by Victor Levin
Israeli label dealing with unusual experimental/avantgarde music.
Was established in 2003 and was
dedicated to promote underground and independent music scene in Israel. The label plans to release the works and unique collaborations of independent artists of any kind from Israel and abroad, as well as live recordings of concerts organized by "Auris Media"....more