baboon

                       Enrico Sartori - Bb+Eb clarinets, alto sax

                           Tobias Delius - Tenor sax, clarinet

                                 Tristan Honsinger - cello

   Enrico Sartori (alto sax, alto clarinet)

   Stephan Lanius (bass)

   Sebi Tramontana (trombone)

   Roland Biswurm (drum

kaseko project

Kaseko is a musical genre from Suriname, a fusion of African, European and American styles. The term kaseko derives from casser le corps (break the body) which referred to a swift dance during the period when slavery was legal in the region. Kaseko is related to other local styles, such as winti and kawina; like them, it uses call-and-response vocals and complex rhythms. Instruments include drums, saxophone, trumpet and, sometimes, a trombone.

Kaseko ist der Name der traditionellen Musik von Suriname, am Atlantik an der Nordseite von Brasilien gelegen. Grundlage sind einfache Kinderlieder und Melodien mit einem starken karibischen Rhythmus. Und noch stärker ist der Einfluss der südafrikanischen Jazzmusiker, die in den vergangenen Jahren gegen die Apartheid gekämpft haben. Musiker wie Sean Bergin, Louis Moholo, u.a.

 

 


e.s.d.t.

Enrico Sartori - clarinet, alto sax

Manolo Diaz - bass

Davide Roberts - piano

solo

Bb clarinet, Eb clarinet, flutes

Alto saxophone, Percussions

improvisamente

Enrico Sartori - reeds

Ardhi Engl - selfmade chord and reed instruments, guitar