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Intro 03:12
Plus Puls 05:43
Mimi 07:33
[skviz] 04:57
Forum 06:37
Reminiscence 06:52


"This is a special CD from my former student Paul Lapp, who wrote all the compositions and arranged all the tunes. It is a beautiful musical journey through the vision of Paul Lapp, his pieces all have great strong melodies with interesting instrumentations and warm and heartfelt colors. From the first piece called "Intro" which has a lovely classical sounding piece for the horns and brass, it sets an inviting and deep mood which continues through different colors to the end.

I love the writing and soloing of these young but very accomplished and creative guys.

Since Paul and most of the other players on this CD have been my former students. I am naturally very proud of their wonderful playing and composing.

I recommend this CD to anyone wishing a delightful unusual musical experience.


Richie Beirach (Nov. 2018)


released April 1, 2019

©&p 2019 Lakeland Records

Paul Lapp - Doublebass
Philip Frishkorn - Paino
philipp Scholz - Drums
Hans Otto - Drums
Philipp Sebening - Saxophone
Jan Kaiser - Trumpet, Flügelhorn
Lukas McNally - Vocals on track 7

All Songs by Paul Lapp


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Since 2015 Lakeland Records supports improvising artists and contemporary composers from Leipzig and everywhere else.

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