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The Triple Door
Corner of Union & 3rd Ave. 216 Union Street Seattle, WA 98101
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2 stars
Metro stops downtown at 3rd & Union; 1/2 blk from the Triple Door!
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The weather was hot. I wore skort, top and no sweater or wrap, which would have been handy with the air conditioning going..
Jazz-Folk Singer-Songwriter Meklit Hadero
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6 events
3 reviews
19 stars
attended Apr 20 2011

The reason I'm giving 4 starts is that not all music was really "live". For many songs Hauschka played recorded tracks and added his piano over it. I also thought many sogns were just continuously repeating short melodies over and over that I get...continued

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1 stars
attended Apr 20 2011

There were 5 string musicians, a percussionist and the pianist. The Triple Door is a magical setting. The musicians were young and excellent. Hauschka spoke to us as if we were in his living room. He was personable. He and the percussionist...continued

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Hauschka’s striking third album for FatCat’s 130701 imprint sees the pianist/composer making ambitious advances on his critically-acclaimed previous work. Stepping out from his established niche as a gifted and engaging “prepared piano” player, he boldly extends his repertoire, resetting his music within a rich orchestral score.

Nine of the album’s twelve tracks feature a 12-piece string and wind ensemble from San Francisco’s Magik*Magik Orchestra, alongside Volker Bertelmann’s own prepared piano. Dynamic, brimming with character and colour, Foreign Landscapes retains its author’s distinctive musical voice and leads the listener through a beautifully balanced collection, moving from delicate solo piano lyricism to a propulsive, robust minimalism. Now dark and intimate, now playful, now driving, the ensemble’s fleshed-out instrumentation enables Hauschka to bring his exuberant versatility to a vital new level. With Foreign Landscapes, Hauschka stretches for — and reaches — stunning new realms.