Matthias Lindermayr
Triptych

26,00

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about the record

Known for his soothing trumpet work in German jazz group Fazer, Matthias Lindermayr is back on Squama with an all-new trio and his third album ‘Triptych.’

With Philipp Schiepek on acoustic guitar and Simon Popp on percussion, the Munich-based musician created a forward-thinking record between jazz and contemporary classical, conceptually bold and utterly beautiful.


While the album’s predecessor ‘Newborn’ (2018) featured a quintet, the rather unusual trio line-up on ‘Triptych’ gave Matthias more room to share the nuances of his playing. His compositions, most written especially for this group, are of a noble simplicity allowing the musicians to focus more on interaction and sound.

  1. 1 - Sanctuary 5:45
  2. 2 - Triptych 5:33
  3. 3 - Lola 5:56
  4. 4 - Simmering 4:40
  5. 5 - February 19th 6:35
  6. 6 - First Steps 4:03
  7. 7 - A Long Day Out 5:55
  8. 8 - Farewell 5:32

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Matthias Lindermayr
Triptych

26,00

in stock

  1. 1 - Sanctuary 5:45
  2. 2 - Triptych 5:33
  3. 3 - Lola 5:56
  4. 4 - Simmering 4:40
  5. 5 - February 19th 6:35
  6. 6 - First Steps 4:03
  7. 7 - A Long Day Out 5:55
  8. 8 - Farewell 5:32

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about the record

Known for his soothing trumpet work in German jazz group Fazer, Matthias Lindermayr is back on Squama with an all-new trio and his third album ‘Triptych.’

With Philipp Schiepek on acoustic guitar and Simon Popp on percussion, the Munich-based musician created a forward-thinking record between jazz and contemporary classical, conceptually bold and utterly beautiful.


While the album’s predecessor ‘Newborn’ (2018) featured a quintet, the rather unusual trio line-up on ‘Triptych’ gave Matthias more room to share the nuances of his playing. His compositions, most written especially for this group, are of a noble simplicity allowing the musicians to focus more on interaction and sound.

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