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Discografie Peter Horcher:


- DisTanz - fruchtig (VAMP records/1994)

- verspielt, verrückt, verknallt (Rainer Wenzel/1995)

- Rainer Wenzel - Knallrot (Ratz records/1996)

- The Nürnberg Dolphin Orchestra - Arions Song (9:PM/1997)

- Geraldino - Vorschulzwerge (Tessloff/1997)

- Geraldino - Klassik für Kinder (PssT/1998)

- Rainer Wenzel - Kinder Kinder, Eltern Eltern (Ratz records/2002)

- Geraldino - Quietsch, Sabbl Zap, Yabadudel, Brillenschlange u.a. (PssT/1994-2004)

- Geraldino - Der Ball ist bunt (Terzio/2005)

- Orak Naa Naa - Stranger In His Own Country (bibiafrica/2005)

- A pocket full of Blues - l ámour l´amour (45°Celsius/2005)

- Bardentreffen 2005 (Heartmoon Rec)

- UNIVERSAL - Jazz Age Ensemble - Live (Wor music 2007)

- Argile - filefola (bibi Tonträger 2007)

- Geraldino - Glühwürmchen (PssT/ 2007)

- Bardentreffen 2007 (Heartmoon Rec)

- Rainer Wenzel - farandole viole (Ratz records/2007)

- Defacto - Der Agent (defacto Gruppe 2008)











CD´s + Eigenproduktionen:


DQ (Dis Tanz Ouartett)

fruchtig Vamp Records 1994

peter horcher accordion, percussion, keyboards, vocals

ulrich nagel guitars, accordéon diatonique, vocals

johannes reichert violin, flute, vocals

franz schneck bass, electric guitar, vocals


Orak naa naa

Fremd in seiner Heimat 1998



by Abdel-Illah Hajim & Peter Horcher

Bibi Africa www.bibiafrica.de


Orak Naa Naa features Abdel-Illah Hajim on oud and vocal with Peter Horcher on piano and percussion: the cd cover subtitles the recording as oud and piano, but Abdel (originally from Morocco) is heard singing throughout on ORAK NAA NAA, and only occasionally does his oud playing reach the listener.

Their music is a fusion of various styles, with jazz predominating.

Peter Horcher is a well-rounded pianist who obviously has a sense of humor (he throws a boogie woogie solo right in the middle of a jazzy workout): in this way he reminds me of Fats Waller, but is working with a broader palette: some rock piano reminiscent of Leon Russell can also be heard.

The vocals and liner notes are in a language I assume is either Arabic or Amazigh (the language of the Berber people): sometimes it sounds like German.

Listeners expecting some familiar Middle Eastern sounds like belly dance or rai may be disappointed, but ORAK NAA NAA is a fun recording and a lot less pretentious than many jazz recordings: it's a recommended pick and stands out from the crowd.

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