Moving together: jazz from a funky Swiss philosopher

Philosophers’ ideas for music are rarely fun. Among the Swiss, Friedrich Nietzsche’s music is nobody’s idea of a good time. Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s compositions hardly rate the effort to preserve them (though one did provide the signature tune for French-Swiss television for a time). Nik Bärtsch’s music, by contrast, definitely swings. But in spite of its … Continue reading Moving together: jazz from a funky Swiss philosopher