Artists Mika Pohjola Myths & Beliefs. Myths & Beliefs Mika Pohjola. This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 66/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Myths & Beliefs.
Album · 1995 · 13 Songs. The Music of Mika Pohjola. Scandinavian Yuletide Voices. Special Piano Jazz - Memorable Love Songs - Cocktail Entertainment - Party Music. Ball Play, Free Jazz Improvisations and Compositions.
Mika Pohjola (2) – Myths & Beliefs. Label: GM Recordings – GM3032CD. Country: US. Released: 1996. Producer – Mika Pohjola (2). Production Manager – Bruce Millard.
Thus, Pohjola seemingly abides by a democratic style of group leadership, where everyone gets a chance to strut their stuff, although his shrewdly crafted compositional frameworks serve as the motivating force throughout. Simply put, Myths & Beliefs serves as a good indicator of a blossoming young talent on the upswing.
Myths & Beliefs (1996). New York Life (1995). He is one of the most prolific Scandinavian jazz musicians in his generation. Pohjola was born in Helsinki, Finland, and grew up in the neighboring city of Vantaa. He received his formal education in a Steiner school, where his first instrument was violin. He then studied drums, and in 1979 piano and basic music theory with his father, Heikki Pohjola, who is a notable Finnish jazz guitarist.
Mika Pohjola (pronunciation (born December 1, 1971) is a Finnish-born jazz pianist and composer who resides in New York City. Mika Pohjola was born in Helsinki, Finland, and grew up in the neighboring city of Vantaa.
Album: Myths & Beliefs. Mika Pohjola, Mika Pohjola, Matt Penman, Roberto Dani - Mood . 0 AM The New York Jazz Album, Vol. 4, 2004 04:02. Mika Pohjola, Mika Pohjola, Chris Cheek, Matt Penman & Roberto Dani - A Visit To Look Forward To The Secret of the Castle, 1997 06:38. Artist: Mika Pohjola Mika Pohjola, Bruno Råberg, Roberto Dani.
The Music of Mika Pohjola. 20 Nov 2001 · 16 tracks. 23 Jan 2002 · 13 tracks.
Mika Pohjola: Myths & Beliefs. Published October 1, 1997April 25, 2019 – By Owen Cordle. Born in Finland, educated in jazz in Sweden and at Berklee (as a regular student and as a private student of Gary Burton), pianist Pohjola would make a good ECM signee. He and his trio (bassist Bruno Raberg and drummer Roberto Dani) convey the openness of certain European folk music traditions and the sensitivity of jazz in the romantic tradition: Bill Evans, Jim Hall, Paul Bley, Keith Jarrett, early Chick Corea, perhaps even Burton. Guitarist Mick Goodrick joins the trio on several tracks
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