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Intervals

Einar Scheving

Intervals is the third album from Icelandic composer/drummer Einar Scheving. The album features his quartet, which comprises some of Iceland’s finest jazz musicians – Eyþór Gunnarsson on piano, Óskar Guðjónsson on saxophone, Skúli Sverrisson on bass, and Einar on drums and percussion. Einar received the Icelandic Music Awards for both his other albums, Cycles (2007) and The Land of My Father (2011), as well as outstanding reviews:

“one of the most sublime beautiful albums I’ve heard. Magical, dreamlike, a pleasant sense of drifting through space. Highly recommended.” ★★★★★ Dave Sumner, allaboutjazz.com

“one of the most beautiful albums released in Scandinavia in modern times. An album that captures Iceland’s soul.” ★★★★★ Jan Gradvall, Dagens Industri, Sweden

“no less than the best introduction to the music and culture of Iceland, which you could want or even imagine.” ★★★★★ IJ.Biermann, nordische-musik.de
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Cycles

Einar Scheving

The first album recorded by the Einar Scheving Quartet, which includes some of Iceland's most notable musicians - Skuli Sverrisson (bass), Eythor Gunnarsson (piano), and Oskar Gudjonsson (sax).

Einar received the Icelandic Music Awards for Cycles (2007), as well as outstanding reviews:

“one of the most sublime beautiful albums I’ve heard. Magical, dreamlike, a pleasant sense of drifting through space. Highly recommended.” ★★★★★ Dave Sumner, allaboutjazz.com
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