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Norsk Jazzforum Presents: SYNER - Egil Kapstad Choir & Orchestra - Live at the Munch Museum, Oslo (1968)

Recorded live at the Munch Museum, Oslo, May 10th 1967. This is the holy grail of Norwegian jazz and the first release on the Norwegian Jazzforum label. This is a rare album pressed in only 500 copies in 1968 and features a live recording from the Munch Museum on May 10th 1967. It features the Egil Kapstad Choir and Orchestra consisting of a line-up never to be seen again in Norwegian jazz; Atle Hammer on trumpet, Helge Hurum on flute, Jon.. Les mer..

Recorded live at the Munch Museum, Oslo, May 10th 1967. This is the holy grail of Norwegian jazz and the first release on the Norwegian Jazzforum label. This is a rare album pressed in only 500 copies in 1968 and features a live recording from the Munch Museum on May 10th 1967. It features the Egil Kapstad Choir and Orchestra consisting of a line-up never to be seen again in Norwegian jazz; Atle Hammer on trumpet, Helge Hurum on flute, Jon Christensen on drums, Frode Thingnæs on trombone, Bjørn Johansen and Jan Garbarek on saxophones, Terje Bjørklund on piano, Per Løberg on bass, Svein Christiansen 'Chrico' on percussion and a choir of Anne Kleive, Ingebjørg Amundesn, Laila Dalseth, Elaine Roede, Pernille Anker, and Maria Helbekkmo. The A side is the track Syner based on a poem by Oscar Wilde - a 20 minute long psychedelic jazz track with scatting, experimental parts, some groovy parts, some very beautiful parts with the choir and band mixing together. The B-side is more straight be-bop orientated compositions. Childrens Walts and Song for the Birds all songs composed by Kapstad himself who also plays piano on these two tracks. The cover design by Knut Harlem is an original 60s gem with beautiful minimalistic colour design.

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1 Syner 21:20
2 Childrens Waltz 04:05
3 Song for The Birds 07:05