Hemiola Trio

Poncho Negro

Fresh Sound New Talent

Personnel:
Esteban Hernandez (b), Sergi Sirvent (p), Oscar Domenech (d)

Reference: FSNT-597

Bar code: 8427328435970



01. Cinco en una mesa (Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández) 6:38
02. Boceto (Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández) 7:48
03. Tejido (Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández) 4:59
04. Espirales (Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández) 7:06
05. Claro oscuro (Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández) 6:02
06. Poncho negro (Traditional) 7:11
07. Para 4 ángeles (Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández) 5:16
08. Ícaro (Wilder Muñoz Sánchez) 6:46
09. Far Away Song (Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández) 6:59
10. Aires (Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández) 3:57

Album details

All compositions by Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández except Poncho negro a popular South American song and Ícaro by Wilder Muñoz Sánchez (Shipibo Conibo culture)

Personnel:
Esteban "Tempe" Hernández (bass), Sergi Sirvent (piano), Oscar Domenech (drums).
Recorded at Selffish Studios Olesa de Montserrat, Catalunya, Spain, on January 2019

Sound engineer: Josue Pascual
Mixed and mastered by Josue Pascual at Cal Pastoret
Art design: Tempe Hernández

Produced by Esteban 'Tempe' Hernández
Executive producer: Jordi Pujol

Press reviews

"The Hemiola Trio are a fairly unknown group based in Barcelona with a name simply derived from a rather specific musical concept. Described in the simplest of ways, a hemiola is a musical shape resulting in a shift from triple to duple metre.

Their sound focuses on folkloric influences as well as contemporary formats. All tracks on this album are original compositions with a few exceptions; Poncho Negro is a popular South American song while Ícaro is a piece by Wilder Muñoz Sánchez which represents the Shipibo Conibo culture.

In general, the album offers a competent realisation of contemporary jazz styles and repertoire. There is great energy and high intensity playing and the record thrives on it, but they seem to be playing a little safe. The improvisational techniques show a lot of skill, as does the navigation through chord movements but there’s nothing that hasn’t been done before.

Boceto, the longest track on the album, reaching almost eight minutes, feels rhythmically strong. Swiftly darting through contrasting sections, it soon flowers into a ravishing piano solo by Sirvent. His playing is expressive and extremely captivating. I would have liked to have heard this level of excitement through more of the pieces featured on Poncho Negro

Somewhat predictable but still enjoyable, Poncho Negro is an album that excels in targeting rhythmic structures and patterns."

Thomas Fletcher (August 20, 2020)
https://jazzjournal.co.uk

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10,95 €  (tax incl.)

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