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Tiegel (1981)

Artist: Christoph Gallio
Christoph Gallio - Tiegel (1981) CD
Label: Atavistic
Regular Price: $14.95
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Year: 2006
Format: CD

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Based in Switzerland, saxophonist Christoph Gallio has been very active in Europe since the 1980s,but remains relatively unknown to American ears- even though his trio, Day & Taxi , toured the U.S. a couple of times. He performs and writes a wide range of music, from the sleek and elegant modern jazz of the aforementioned group to free improv (with Ensemble Uncontrolled) and Steve Lac -inspired song cycles. He has recorded for Leo, Slam, Unit, and his own label, Percaso.

At age 20, Gallio enrolled in the Höhere Schule für Gestaltung, an art school in Basel; his professional career started at the same time, including experiences with Oskar Giger's Pig Band; the Gulli Group (w/ Günter Müller ); the WIM Orchestra (w/ Irène Schweizer and Norbert Möslang); and Tiegel, a trio with pianist Urs Voerkel and bassist Peter K. Frey. The latter project lasted until 1983 and gave the saxophonist a chance to crisscross Switzerland. He also began to collaborate with dancers around the same time, something he would continue to do throughout his career.

In 1989, Gallio went to Paris to study with leading avant-garde saxophonist Steve Lacy . The trio he formed afterwards, Day & Taxi- would be very much influenced by his elegance. The early '90s saw him perform with Fred Frith and Phil Minton, and in a duet with Japanese drummer Takashi Kazamaki.

In the second half of the '90s, Gallio focused his energies on Day & Taxi , but also wrote beautiful song cycles. Cars & Variations/High Desert Songs was interpreted by Lacy's wife, Irene Aebi; Mösiöblö (À Robert Filliou) , with mezzo-soprano Sarah Maurer, came out in 2001 to critical acclaim.

UMS261 was recorded live at Werkstatt für Improvisierte Musik (WIM) in Zürich, June 16, 1981 by TIEGEL.

ARTISTS
Christoph Gallio (soprano sax); Urs Voerkel (piano, drums); Peter K. Frey (double bass, drums)
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