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Albums by Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri

1
Not That Kind of Blues Not That Kind of Blues 10:05    
Album only
Track length:10:05
Artist: Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri
Performer: Mat Maneri
Lucian Ban
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Ketza Music
Composer: Lucian Ban
ISRC: DEB331131351
2
Harlem Bliss Harlem Bliss 9:55    
Album only
Track length:9:55
Artist: Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri
Performer: Mat Maneri
Lucian Ban
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Ketza Music
Composer: Lucian Ban
ISRC: DEB331131352
3
Monastery Monastery 8:03    
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Track length:8:03
Artist: Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri
Performer: Mat Maneri
Lucian Ban
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Ketza Music
Composer: Lucian Ban
ISRC: DEB331131353
4
Retina Retina 8:06    
Album only
Track length:8:06
Artist: Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri
Performer: Mat Maneri
Lucian Ban
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: ECM Records/Verlag GmbH
Composer: Mat Maneri
ISRC: DEB331131354
5
Nobody Knows the Troubles I've Seen Nobody Knows the Troubles I've Seen 4:41    
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Track length:4:41
Artist: Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri
Performer: Mat Maneri
Lucian Ban
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: ECM Records/Verlag GmbH
Composer: Traditional
ISRC: DEB331131355
6
Darn Darn 4:24    
Album only
Track length:4:24
Artist: Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri
Performer: Mat Maneri
Lucian Ban
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Ketza Music
ECM Records/Verlag GmbH
Composer: Mat Maneri
Lucian Ban
ISRC: DEB331131356
7
Two Hymns Two Hymns 10:26    
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Track length:10:26
Artist: Lucian Ban & Mat Maneri
Performer: Mat Maneri
Lucian Ban
Genre: Jazz
Publisher: Ketza Music
Composer: Lucian Ban
ISRC: DEB331131357

Lucian Ban -  piano
Mat Maneri - viola

Recorded live June 2011

“Transylvanian Concert” marks an ECM debut for Romanian pianist-composer Lucian Ban and a welcome return for US violist Mat Maneri, in his 9th appearance for the label. The album documents a spontaneously organised performance in Targu Mures, in the region where Lucian Ban grew up. A large, highly-attentive audience follows Ban and Maneri through a programme of their self-penned ballads, blues, hymns and abstract improvisations, plus Mat’s chilling solo performance of the spiritual “Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen”, the whole informed by the twin traditions of jazz and European chamber music. Rain, drumming upon the stained-glass windows of the Culture Palace, offers occasional melancholy commentary. In all, a unique and compelling set.