The Rhythm String(s) Duo
While Muneer B. Fennell is apparently not the most active cellists in the current jazz and improvisation scene, he is among the foremost pioneers and innovators as far as the musical development of this instrument in this genre is concerned.
This made and still makes Fennell a highly esteemed co-player of outstanding musicians, like George Benson, Jimmy Lions, Henry Threadgill, Doug Hammond, Steve Coleman, Jan-Paul Bourelly and James Blood Ulmer.
The fact that Fennell has in the meantime tuned his cello with 6 strings further highlights his unrelenting desire to develop the voice of this instrument.
In Robert Jaroslawski on the drums and alto flute, Fennell has found an ideal partner for giving expression to his musical ideas and developments. Robert Jaroslawski’s playing renders an organic and fertile ground for Fennell’s complex ideas which are jointly developed by sensitive and individual playing.
Two strong characters, they are willing and able to engage in a sympathetic and productive dialogue about profound and essential topics of human existence – as can be heard on this recording.
Their music is an outstanding contribution and a rich instrumental dialogue, in which each partner can, may and shall be vocalist, accompanist or percussionist.
Two musicians alone – with cello, voice, drums and flute – are so able to develop an orchestral sound.
A - Z
- Adam Pieronczyk Trio - Busem Po Sao Paulo
- Adam Pieronczyk Trio - Live in Berlin
- Air Acoustic Trio - Rostock
- Akosh S. & Sylvain Darrifourcq - Apoptose
- AMP Stringency - Universe Of Amp
- Anthony Bailes - Canti degli Angeli
- Anthony Bailes - Le Resveur
- Arne Huber Quartet - Im echten Leben
- Arne Huber Quartet - Pearls
- Arnie Bolden - Diving
- Black Milk Impulses - Manifesto
- Chris Hirson Seta Tunes - Trivial Things
- Das Kaff - Abstract Elastic Being
- Das Rote Gras
- Das Rote Gras - Zipotam
- Elina Duni - Baresha
- Elina Duni Quartet - Live in Willisau
- Elina Duni Quartet - Lume Lume
- Elise Dabrowski - Auroch
- Ernst Schultz & Holger Stamm - Go-lep-lai-lai
- Fanny Anderegg Quartet - Home
- Florian Arbenz & Level - feat. Kirk Lightsey & Benny Maupin
- Fragments Of Life
- Gilbert Paeffgen Trio - Stolp
- Graser Trio
- Günter Adler
- Günter Adler - Live in Asien
- H2S2 - Dance in Town
- Hasler / Paeffgen / Audétat - The Story of Major Tom
- Hellmüller's 4 - L'envol
- Johannes Haage Trio „plays Marlene Dietrich“
- Johannes Reichert - Barockkantaten
- Johannes Reichert - Don Quijote
- Johannes Reichert - Magic Night "Purcell, Handel, Locke"
- Johannes Reichert - Out of Opera
- Johnny La Marama
- Klare Bektas Ak
- Klaus Jäckle & Friedemann Amadeus Treiber - Paganini, Giuliani
- Klaus Jäckle - Tango
- Klonk - Confusa
- Larry Porter Trio - The circle is unbroken
- Marianne's Bag - Hard To Catch
- Menschmaschine - Hand Werk
- Meta Magic Music - Some Quiet Stars
- Michael Arbenz - New Delegation - Intuition
- New Art Saxophone Quartet - Guarda!
- New Connexion feat. Greg Osby
- New Jazz Trio - ... So!
- Plastiline Black Sheep
- Quetzal - 5:45h
- Raffaele Mani - Luigi Dallapiccola - piano works
- Ralf Altrieth & Daniel Almada - Arrivée
- Ralf Altrieth / Davide Baldo - Fra Acqua e Cielo
- Reto Suhner Quartet - Run
- Shotgun Chamber Trio - Themes and dances
- Simon Spiess - Reflections for Future
- Simon Spiess Trio - After All
- Stefan Drücke & Ralf Altrieth - Vom Teufel mit den 3 goldenen Haaren
- Stefan Karl Schmid / Philipp Brämswig - Anima
- Susanna Dill / Gilbert Paeffgen - 13 Épisodes Lumineux et Enjoués
- The Liberated Cello Duo - This is Multibeat
- The Rhythm String(s) Duo - Getting Gone
- Tobias von Glenck - Kopf Kino Kantaten
- Tobias von Glenck - Kopf Kino Kantaten (LP)
- Urs Voegeli - 'flyOut' not all birds play bebop
- Vein - Outstage
- Veronika Maruhn & Johannes Reichert - Affetto!
- Vesko Stambolov - F. Chopin - Piano Concertos
- Vesko Stambolov - J.S. Bach - Piano Concertos Nos. 2, 4, 5 & 6
- Vesko Stambolov - J.S.Bach - Piano Concertos Nos 1, 3 & 7
- Vladimir Karparov - Thracian Dance
- Yum Yum Yum - Dead Lilies