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A Moveable Feast

by Mark Pringle

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    The debut album from Mark Pringle, in a lovely 6 page card digipak, with original photography from Mark and James Banner

    Includes unlimited streaming of A Moveable Feast via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Guardian Guide – Pick of The Week, September 2015

“A brilliantly mature and restrained piece of music that sounds thoroughly original and big in scope … outstanding writing and arranging … beautifully performed … thought-provoking and highly rewarding listening. A really outstanding achievement from a musician with a very bright future indeed.”
– Peter Bacon – The Jazz Breakfast

“Ambition to match his talent … a striking writer and orchestrator as well as a fine keyboard player. The lasting impression is the variety and the skill in creating fresh orchestral effects that Pringle deploys so well. He uses the wealth of possibilities … sparkling contributions on piano … his impressive CD is a calling card from someone who surely deserves opportunities to create music for even larger forces in future.”
– Jon Turney – London Jazz News

“An adventurous instrumental journey of thoroughly original music, utilising a wealth of ideas from the composer’s opulent imagination, brilliantly creating picturesque soundscapes … a compelling style and energy … The arrangements are stunning. There is a deep, dark, lyrical beauty to this … a veritable feast for the ears. ‘A Moveable Feast’ is an intriguing album, one which heralds a new voice in jazz. Mark Pringle has put together a recording that is both expressive and innovative, with his compositions exuding character … a musical vision that is quirky, yet positively original.”
– Mike Gates – UK Vibe

“’A Moveable Feast’ is an ambitious album that overall succeeds very well. Pringle and his musicians conjure up a fascinating array of sounds and textures and the balance between structure and freedom is always a constant source of interest.”
– Ian Mann – The Jazz Mann

“Place your order now. To achieve results as good as on this recording at the age of twenty four is no mean feat. Subtlety is a recurring aspect; Monk, deceptively simple/complex, so too Pringle … it is only a matter of time before he becomes a household name. Mark Pringle’s A Moveable Feast comes highly recommended. The recording is on the short list for ‘CD of the Year’ and hearing Pringle live should be a priority.”
– Bebop Spoken Here

“This album is full of vivid impressions … as satisfying as a rich Parisian dinner … definitely worth catching, this young pianist could become the British Brad Mehldau, his many projects an indicator of a very great and mature talent.”
– Mary Leamington – OnlyJazzBlog


released September 18, 2015

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Mark Pringle - Piano
Percy Pursglove - Trumpet
Chris Young - Alto Sax
Dan Searjeant - Tenor Sax, Alto Sax, Flute
Alicia Gardener-Trejo - Bass Clarinet, Baritone Sax, Alto Flute
Christine Cornwell - Violin
Sarah Farmer - Violin
Megan Jowett - Viola
Lucy French - Cello
Ben Lee - Electric Guitar
James Banner - Double Bass
Euan Palmer - Drums
Recorded 01.09.14 by Luke Morrish-Thomas in the Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham
Mixed by Luke Morrish-Thomas and Mark Pringle
Mastered by Alejandro Merola at Superche Studio, London
Design by Mark Pringle and Sam Slater
Photography by Mark Pringle and James Banner


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Mark Pringle Berlin, Germany

Mark Pringle is a British pianist and composer based in Berlin, working at the intersection of various forms of composed and improvised music.

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