Abel Ghekiere
Voor Het Verdwijnt, En Daarna

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why we love this

Like taking a magnifying glass to grief, Abel Ghekiere gives an equally confronting and comforting form to loss. While listening, you get the impression that the instruments are speaking to you: whimpering, exclaiming, sometimes terse or sometimes gentle. A musical dialogue that will leave you feeling differently for having listened.

about the record

'Voor het verdwijnt, en daarna' (translated to: before it disappears, and after), searches for resonance through an intuitive and sometimes stripped-down process of musical expression. The memories of his father, visual artist Joris Ghekiere (1955 - 2016), form the basis of the entire album and are literally expressed in this debut. On clarinet, guitar, piano and cello, Ghekiere plays with the boundary between jazz and classical music.

  1. A1 - Kailash 3:24
  2. A2 - Waterkieken 5:40
  3. A3 - Love Supreme 3:07
  4. A4 - Slagwerk 1:15
  5. B1 - Project 12 3:18
  6. B2 - Tomorrow 3:43
  7. B3 - Watervliet 2:38
  8. B4 - Criel 3:51

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Abel Ghekiere
Voor Het Verdwijnt, En Daarna

22,00

only 1 left

  1. A1 - Kailash 3:24
  2. A2 - Waterkieken 5:40
  3. A3 - Love Supreme 3:07
  4. A4 - Slagwerk 1:15
  5. B1 - Project 12 3:18
  6. B2 - Tomorrow 3:43
  7. B3 - Watervliet 2:38
  8. B4 - Criel 3:51

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why we love this

Like taking a magnifying glass to grief, Abel Ghekiere gives an equally confronting and comforting form to loss. While listening, you get the impression that the instruments are speaking to you: whimpering, exclaiming, sometimes terse or sometimes gentle. A musical dialogue that will leave you feeling differently for having listened.

about the record

'Voor het verdwijnt, en daarna' (translated to: before it disappears, and after), searches for resonance through an intuitive and sometimes stripped-down process of musical expression. The memories of his father, visual artist Joris Ghekiere (1955 - 2016), form the basis of the entire album and are literally expressed in this debut. On clarinet, guitar, piano and cello, Ghekiere plays with the boundary between jazz and classical music.

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