16 October 2016

First review for Meeting at The Parting Place. 5 stars above 5 in All About Jazz, by Dave Wayne

It’s as if his main intent is to remain—or become—truly open to all possibilities… Meeting at the Parting Place is, above all, a work of art that invites its audience to lean in, enveloping the listener in a sound world that is simultaneously strange and familiar. Perhaps Thollem’s most thoroughly inviting and enjoyable recording thus far… Meeting at the Parting Place is a true tour de force of spontaneous music creation; a wonderful example of what happens when immense technique, boundless inspiration and highly focused artistic vision converge.
AllAboutJazz Dave Wayne
October 1 2016
01 – Beethoven – 8 Variations in C major on a theme by Count Waldstein Wo0 67 // Boundless
  1. 01 – Beethoven – 8 Variations in C major on a theme by Count Waldstein Wo0 67 // Boundless
  2. 02 – Beethoven – Sonata for Piano Four Hands in D major Op 6 – I. Allegro molto // Boundless
  3. 03 – Beethoven – Sonata for Piano Four Hands in D major Op 6 – II. Rondo moderato // Boundless
  4. 04 – Beethoven – Quintet for Piano and Winds Op 16 – I. Grave – Allegro ma non troppo // Boundless
  5. 05 – Beethoven – Quintet for Piano and Winds Op 16 – II. Andante cantabile // Boundless
  6. 06 – Beethoven – Quintet for Piano and Winds Op 16 – III. Rondo Allegro ma non troppo // Boundless
  7. 07 – Beethoven – Six Variations in D major on ‘Ich denke dein’ for Piano Four Hands Wo0 74 // Boundless
  8. 08 – Beethoven – Marcia I in C major Op 45 – Allegro ma non troppo // Boundless
  9. 09 – Beethoven – Marcia II in E flat major Op 45 – Vivace // Boundless
  10. 10 – Beethoven – Marcia III in D major Op 45 – Vivace // Boundless
  11. 11 – Beethoven – Grosse Fuge in B-flat major Op 134 // Boundless