Alice Zawadzki is a vocalist, violinist, songwriter and composer loosely connected to the jazz scene but described as “a genuine original” by The Guardian. With bassist, improviser and composer Misha Mullov-Abbado she has recorded her latest album for new-music label ECM, and here they explore Sephardic and Mediterranean songs of freedom. Dvořák’s exuberant piano quintet, filled with life and colour, centres on a gorgeous dumka – a form based on the epic ballads written to demand national freedom for nineteenth-century Ukraine.
Sephardic and Mediterranean songs for voice, violin and bass
Dvořák Piano quintet in A major, op81
Alice Zawadzki, Misha Mullov-Abbado, Heini Kärkkäinen, Priya Mitchell, Tetiana Lutsyk, Sascha Bota and Julian Arp.
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