ECM is set to release a new live recording of revered pianist Keith Jarrett called Budapest Concert.

Recorded at the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall in Budapest, Hungary, the double album is the second complete show to be issued from Jarrett’s European tour in the summer of 2016.

Jarrett, whose family roots reach back to Hungary, viewed the Budapest concert as “akin to a homecoming,” and it’s said to have inspired a great deal of creative improvisation.

While Jarrett’s early solo concerts played through an extended arc of music over the course of an evening, his concerts in later years have generated suite-like structures comprising individual movements, likely shaped by his experience in classical music.

Ahead of Budapest Concert‘s release, Jarrett shared one of the tracks to mark his 75th birthday in May. It’s a tender, absorbing treatment of the beloved ’50s composition Answer Me.