Album Remarks & Appraisals:
On this epic musical journey, Mark Hetzler and friends explore a diversity of styles and cultural influences with an exhilarating program for trombone, piano, and percussion. Marked by American Record Guide as one of the world's greatest trombone players, Mark Hetzler is a veteran musician who was previously a member of the Empire Brass Quintet. He has performed in recital and as a soloist with symphony orchestras in China, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Germany, Italy, Austria, Malaysia, Singapore, Bermuda, St. Bartholomew, and across the United States.
Expedition Audio Recommended
The music is as unusual as it is beautiful and colorful, always holding me in rapture through its twists and turns before arriving at a completely new and welcomed destination. From earthly to ethereal, tribal to tranquil, and evoking dance to awe-struck stasis, the music in Three Views transports the listener on a musical-emotional journey of discovery, imagination and adventure. ... read more ...
American Record Guide, January/February 2014
The album ends with Three Views of Infinity, Hetzler's 25-minute attempt to portray the convergence and omnipresence of religions in India. In 'Morning Prayer in Sheshadripuram', Hetzler plays a mullah's chants, a harmonium improvises, and pianos play deep drones. In 'The Temples of Belur, Halebudu & Shravanabelagola', simple melodies and quiet percussion create a timeless atmosphere. The sleepy mood finally takes a turn toward liveliness in 'Mangalore to Bangalore Express'.
Liner Note Author: Mark Hetzler.
Recording information: Mills Concert Hall, University Of Wisconsin, Madison, W.
Photographer: Marisa Hetzler.
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