Childo Thomás and Efrat Alony
Childo Thomás, bassist vocalist and composer. Born in Mozambique 1963. Lives in Barcelona, Spain since 1994.
Two musicians, who live and work thousend of kilometers away from thier homelands, embark on a journey, in search of the "Home, away from home" , the special sounds and esthetic of the african music as well as the israeli music. A magical carpet ride through origional compositions and new interpretation to folk songs.
songs and soundscapes
Efrat Alony- voc, electronics
Oliver Leicht- Cl, electronics
You Dont Know what love isAlony / LeichtNight Vision00:04:37
Nightvision/ S.VegaAlony / LeichtNight Vision00:03:32
Johnsburg/ T.WaitsAlony / LeichtNight Vision00:05:21
Julie Sassoon and Efrat Alony
nigunim- rbb concert00:04:45
Heritage, jewish heritage, its sounds and scenery as it reflects in our own musical esthetics was the core question of this Duo Project between the Israeli singer, composer and lyricist Efrat Alony and the british pianist and composer Julie Sassoon. The repertoire takes them through original compositions, israeli folk-songs as well as very individual interpretations to Jazz standards.
ID 04 In Höchster Todesnot00:03:33
ID 05 Durchs Sturmgepeitschte Mittelmeer00:07:32
Sebastian Böhlen – git., comp.
Efrat Alony – voc
Andreas Böhlen – saxophon
Bernhard Meyer – bass
Peter Gall - drums
Tina Hartmann- lyrics
Laika Records, 2017
Izabella Effenberg - Vibraphon/Composition
Efrat Alony - Voc
Maja Taube - Harp
Florian Trübsbach - sax, cl
Norbert Emminger - Bcl, Bari
Markus Schieferdecker - bass
Jens Düppe - drums
2. Crescent Moon _mastered00:07:06
6. Like a child _mastered00:08:23
Ulrich Drechsler Trio featuring Efrat Alony
Beyond Words (feat. Efrat Alony)Drechsler, UlrichBeyond Words00:05:31
Little Peace Lullaby No. 1 (feat. Efrat Alony)Drechsler, UlrichBeyond Words00:03:56
Where the power of words terminates, there begins the world of music – no frontiers, unambiguous. The possibility to reach people in an authentic and direct way and to touch them emotionally is an integral part of Ulrich Drechsler’s music.
Intimacy, energy, passion and love – that’s what is most important to Drechsler and totally fulfils what he demands from music. And with the intimate instrumentation consisting of bass clarinet, piano and drums, he is capable of expressing it all.
In addition to that, the music on 'Beyond Words' gains extra dimension and depth due to the extraordinary deep singing of Efrat Alony, the Israely singer that lives in Berlin, who cooperated on two pieces. The homogeneity that emanates from her voice in combination with Ulrich Drechsler’s bass clarinet makes one think that they have been working together ever since.
Uwe steinmetz, Daniel Stickan and Efrat Alony
WavesUwe Steinmetz/ Daniel Stickan/ Efrat Alony00:10:37
“A very original instrumentation drawing through different colourful and rhythmical textures a remarkable bridge between organ and jazz. In this poetical programme, the human and saxophone voices offer contrasted reliefs to the rhetorics, towards an irresistible expressivness.” Dr. Naji Hakim