East West explores musical landscapes from the European and American parts of the globe, resulting in a kind of travel journal that begins in Eastern Europe and then travels westward Duo Aliada is known for their creative approach to adapting classical repertoire for their own instruments. Polish saxophonist Michal Knot and Serbian accordionist Bogdan Laketic formed the duo in 2013 in Vienna, a city whose rich musical tradition reflects it's history as a crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe. The following years brought Michal and Bogdan to performances around the world, and into contact with various cultures and musical traditions. This wide range of experiences, beginning all the way back with their childhoods in Eastern Europe, is a major source of inspiration for their music making and for this album.
East West explores musical landscapes from the European and American parts of the globe, resulting in a kind of travel journal that begins in Eastern Europe and then travels westward Duo Aliada is known for their creative approach to adapting classical repertoire for their own instruments. Polish saxophonist Michal Knot and Serbian accordionist Bogdan Laketic formed the duo in 2013 in Vienna, a city whose rich musical tradition reflects it's history as a crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe. The following years brought Michal and Bogdan to performances around the world, and into contact with various cultures and musical traditions. This wide range of experiences, beginning all the way back with their childhoods in Eastern Europe, is a major source of inspiration for their music making and for this album.
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Format: CD
Label: PROL
Rel. Date: 02/05/2021
UPC: 881488200812

East West
Artist: Duo Aliada
Format: CD
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1. 3 Mouvements De "Petrouchka": No. 1, Danse Russe (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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2. Lyric Pieces, Op. 62: No. 4, Bækken (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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3. Lyric Pieces, Op. 47: No. 3, Melodi (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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4. Lyric Pieces, Op. 54: No. 3, Trolltog (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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5. Drømte Mig En Drøm (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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6. Polska From Dorotea (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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7. Improvisation (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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8. Žikino Kolo (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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9. Coffin Ship (Version For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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10. 3 Moods (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion): No. 1, Embittered
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11. 3 Moods (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion): No. 2, Wistful
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12. 3 Moods (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion): No. 3, Jazzy
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13. 3 Preludes (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion): No. 1, Allegro Ben Ritmato E Deciso
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14. 3 Preludes (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion): No. 2, Andante Con Moto E Poco Rubato
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15. 3 Preludes (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion): No. 3, Allegro Ben Ritmato E Deciso
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16. Clap Yo' Hands (From "Oh, Kay!") [Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion]
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17. Fascinating Rhythm (From "Lady, Be Good") [Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion]
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18. The Man I Love (From "Lady, Be Good") [Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion]
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19. I Got Rhythm (From "Girl Crazy") [Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion]
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20. Children's Song No. 6 (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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21. Children's Song No. 4 (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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22. Children's Song No. 11 (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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23. Children's Song No. 7 (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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24. Scaramouche, Op. 165c: III. Brazileira (Arr. For Soprano Saxophone & Accordion)
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East West explores musical landscapes from the European and American parts of the globe, resulting in a kind of travel journal that begins in Eastern Europe and then travels westward Duo Aliada is known for their creative approach to adapting classical repertoire for their own instruments. Polish saxophonist Michal Knot and Serbian accordionist Bogdan Laketic formed the duo in 2013 in Vienna, a city whose rich musical tradition reflects it's history as a crossroads between Eastern and Western Europe. The following years brought Michal and Bogdan to performances around the world, and into contact with various cultures and musical traditions. This wide range of experiences, beginning all the way back with their childhoods in Eastern Europe, is a major source of inspiration for their music making and for this album.

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