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Bassus Re-Surrectus
  • Artist: Arni Egilsson
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 689076120920
  • Item #: CDBY612092
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 11/16/2004
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Bassus Re-Surrectus on CD

CD reviews 2004, InsideOutMusic Bassus Re-Surrectus Music composed by Bruce Broughton Arnaeus Music 2003 Bass: Arni Egilsson Arni Egilsson has covered tremendous musical ground over these many years including chamber music, then stretching through jazz, orchestral and symphonic work. As well, he has established a huge amount of studio time for motion pictures and television. In visiting his website there are photos from as far back as 1958 with Arni tangling with double bass. With Bassus Re-surrectus, re-released in 2003, we see him in the capacity of double bass soloist for the music of composer Bruce Broughton. This album was originally given to the world in 1977/78, but according to the liner notes of this CD version of the same music, perhaps that same world was not ready for a fuzz-laden, reverb-drenched, mutron-flanged, multi-tracked double bass. Our loss however through this release is now our reward. The style? Progressive music in the truest sense in that it is progressive & actually forward looking, something found virtually nowhere else these days. A wise move on the part of Egilsson for releasing this gem again. Highly recommended for those looking into the future of bass. Not for the navel gazer. As Stu Hamm once said, 'If you're scared, stay home!' 'Billboard' USA 'List of recommended recordings'.......'Great Bassplayer' 'Cadence' '..Highly evolved individual approach to the upright bass.' We are duly impressed with Egilsson´s performance'. A.M.Dennis 'Bassus Erectus is a personal journey conducted by a virtuoso guide, Icelandic bassist Arni Egilsson......' In 2006 Bassus-Resurrectus received quite a bit of airplay around the world. Here are some comments from the radio personalities: Smooth! Yanick M. Thériault A reissue from 1978, and it sounds like it too. Some of the production elements sound very tied to the time. However, it must be said that this is experimental jazz and is worth a listen for the very fact that it IS innovative. I defy anyone to find a jazz fusion record like this one that sounds half as good or as well played and composed. Good on you for the reissue - the remastering sounds great. Great tunes william jervis ARNI EGILSSON - Bassus Re-Surrectus As a too much grown violin, ARNI EGILSSON's double bass rises from refined instrumental carpet, rendered with wise taste and original acoustic/electric mixing. With the sumptuous intervention of orchestral arrangements, this recording project begins with contemporary funky atmosphere and it's near to end with the expressive power of moving strings and bow. But the very last ending is just our ravished listening. Preferred track: 3 Spanish Moods Scazzola Giovanni Pietro I'm a huge Edgar Meyer fan.......Bass Players Unite!!!! Thanks Arni, this is right in there! Dusty Durst Hello Arni, Loved your CD 'Bassus Resurrectus'! 'Hot air on a G-String' has been plyed at my jazz nights to a good response, but by far the stand-out track is 'Howduz Disco'. Sounding good at both my London Lounge nights and on my radio show! All the best for 2006 Ginger Tony Anthony Farmer Arni shows again his original approach to his instrument, through a sreies of themes which encompass a variety of emotions, expertly played and presented in positive light which should gain him already recognition elsewhere. Vasja Ivanovski Great CD! I appreciate the sound as well as my DJ's. Album is on Heavy Rotation. -Dave Dave Doyle Another great re-issue on CD featuring the man who pushes the double bass beyond the limits in innovative ways. TONY WICKHAM Radio Maldwyn, UK I have to say that Arni Egilsson's CD BASSUS RE-SURRECTUS is a real treat especially the first couple of tracks Eric Cohen great music listeners love it they want to know where can they buy it regards Chrissy Rasmussen This one is played on My Saturday Classic Fusion program because that's what it is Classic Fusion great re-issue this should be in all the Fusion listeners collection. Conrad Mason Host of Classic Jazz Saturday Upbeat & More live 365.com This is my cup of tea, top shelf, I wish that it were a double CD. Great throwback to fusion of 70's... Well done Bob Parzych Thank you for sending on this C.D. It is hard to believe that this was originally issued nearly 30 years ago, time certainly has not dated it . Arni Egilson is a Bass Player of outstanding talent with his unique of using a bow, I do not recall anyone else in Jazz, over the years, who has done this with such good effect, although a few may well have experimented. The use of full scale Orchestrations added to first class use of Electronics makes for a superb recording. Mr Egilson is a true Master of the Bass. Regards. John Reid. Keith Community Radio. Banffshire. Scotland. Received the following CD's 1) Arni Egilsson - Basses Loaded 2) Arni Egilsson - Bassus Resurrectus exquisite albums!!! Never heard of Arni Egilsson, he is sensational. He slipped under my radar, but no longer. Will let the world know. Peter Kuller Árni Egilsson has earned an international reputation as a Double Bass soloist, having performed in his native Iceland, and throughout Europe and the United States. He was brought to the United States by the late Sir John Barbirolli to play with the Houston Symphony Orchestra. While there, he established an enduring relationship with André Previn. A versatile instrumentalist, equally comfortable in jazz and classical venues, he has recorded a classical solo album with Vladimir Askenazy and a jazz album with Ray Brown. Egilsson is highly regarded as a leading session player in the orchestras of the Los Angeles recording studios serving as Principal Bassplayers for most of Hollywood's top composers. He has been a Professor of Double Bass at California State University, Northridge. In recent years he has become well known as a composer of works for Double Bass, Chamber Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra as well as Solo Voice and Choral works. Una dell uscite più eccentriche fu Howduz Disco di Arni Egilsson (1980), un bassista islandese che registrava a Hollywood assoli distorti e armonie create esclusivamente con un basso virtuosistico, sovrapposti a basi che pompavano con incredibile energia: probabilmente i primi esperimenti in assoluto di acid jazz disco. ^#^da 'Love Train', di Alan Jones & Jussi Kantonen BRUCE BROUGHTON One of the most versatile composers working in films today, Bruce Broughton writes in every medium, from theatrical motion pictures, television and computer games to the concert stage, in styles ranging from large symphonic settings to contemporary electronic scores. His first major film score, a broad orchestral canvas for Lawrence Kasdan's western SILVERADO, brought him an Oscar nomination. His very next assignment, a classically styled score for Barry Levinson's YOUNG SHERLOCK HOLMES, resulted in a Grammy nomination for the soundtrack album. Broughton, composing in a broad range of styles, has written the scores for such major motion pictures as LOST IN SPACE, TOMBSTONE, MIRACLE ON 34th STREET, CARRIED AWAY, BABY'S DAY OUT, THE PRESIDIO, NARROW MARGIN, HARRY AND THE HENDERSONS, THE BOY WHO COULD FLY, the Disney animated feature THE RESCUERS DOWN UNDER and the two popular HOMEWARD BOUND adventures. In a lighter vein he wrote the effervescent music for KRIPPENDORF'S TRIBE, as well as the comedy hit HONEY, I BLEW UP THE KID! He conducted and supervised the recording of Gershwin's RHAPSODY IN BLUE for FANTASIA 2000. With 22 nominations, he has received the Emmy award a record 10 times, most recently for his score for WARM SPRINGS. His television credits include the main title themes for JAG, TINY TOON ADVENTURES and DINOSAURS and scores for AMAZING STORIES, QUINCY and HOW THE WEST WAS WON, movies for television such as LUCY, BOBBY'S GIRL, and O PIONEERS!, as well as the miniseries ROUGHING IT, THE BLUE AND THE GRAY and the Emmy Award-winning TRUE WOMEN. His score for HEART OF DARKNESS was the first orchestral score composed for a video game. As a concert composer, he recently recorded his FANFARES, MARCHES, HYMNS and FINALE at Skywalker Studios with The Bay Brass, who commissioned the work. Other concert works include THE MAGIC HORN (commissioned jointly by the Chicago, Seattle and National Symphonies for the Magic Circle Mime Company); ENGLISH MUSIC for Horn and Strings; THREE INCONGRUITIES, a triptych for violin and orchestra; TYVEK WOOD, commissioned by the Debussy Trio, premiered in Prague in the summer of 1999; MODULAR MUSIC, composed for the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; a piccolo concerto; a tuba concerto; several chamber works such as the TOCCATA for Two Harps and Percussion, FINGERPRINTS OF CHILDHOOD for flute, violin and viola, A PRIMER FOR MALACHI for flute, clarinet, cello and piano, as well as several solo works for winds, most notably a HORN SONATA composed for Dale Clevenger, principal horn in the Chicago Symphony, and EXCURSIONS, commissioned and premiered by The United States Air Force Band in Washington, D.C. As a conductor, his recordings of Miklos Rozsa's IVANHOE and JULIUS CAESAR for Intrada records, performed by the Sinfonia of London shortly before the composer's death, have received outstanding reviews, as well as his recording of Bernard Herrmann's unique score for JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS. Broughton is a board member of ASCAP, a governor of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, a former governor of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and past president of The Society of Composers and Lyricists. He has taught film composition in the Advanced Film Music Studies program at USC and is a lecturer at UCLA.