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14 results found for 'Jan Garbarek' in this library

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Folk songs

Contains:
  • 1. Folk song / Jan Garbarek
  • 2. Bodas de prata / Jan Garbarek
  • 3. Cego aderaldo / Jan Garbarek
Publisher:
ECM, 1988
CD

Belonging

Contains:
  • 1. Spiral dance / Keith Jarrett
  • 2. Blossom / Keith Jarrett
  • 3. Long as you know you're living yours / Keith Jarrett
Publisher:
ECM, 1988
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I took up the runes

Contains:
  • 1. Gula gula / Jan Garbarek
  • 2. Molde canticle [part 1] / Jan Garbarek
  • 3. Molde canticle [part 2] / Jan Garbarek
Publisher:
ECM, 1990
CD

Officium

Contains:
  • 1. Missa pro defunctis, "Requiem" ; Parce mihi domine / Cristóbal de Morales
  • 2. O salutaris hostia / Pierre de la Rue
  • 3. Ave maris stella / Guillaume Dufay
Publisher:
ECM, 1994
CD

Officium novum

Contains:
  • 1. Ov zarmanali / Sogomon Komitas
  • 2. Svjete tihij / Anoniem
  • 3. Allting finns / Jan Garbarek
Publisher:
ECM New Series, 2010
CD

Making music

Contains:
  • 1. Making music / Zakir Hussain
  • 2. Zakir / Zakir Hussain
  • 3. Water girl / Zakir Hussain
Publisher:
ECM, 1988
CD

Caris mere

Contains:
  • 1. Middaggebeden / Gija Kantsjeli
  • 2. Caris mere / Gija Kantsjeli
  • 3. Nachtgebeden / Gija Kantsjeli
Publisher:
ECM, 1997

Jan Garbarek on Wikipedia

Jan Garbarek (born 4 March 1947) is a Norwegian jazz saxophonist, who is also active in classical music and world music.

Garbarek was born in Mysen, Norway, the only child of a former Polish prisoner of war, Czesław Garbarek, and a Norwegian farmer's daughter. He grew up in Oslo, stateless until the age of seven, as there was no automatic grant of citizenship in Norway at the time. When he was 21, he married the author Vigdis Garbarek. He is the father of musician and composer …

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Jan Garbarek