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Cartographie de rythmes #1: Vitesses Approchantes

Read "Vitesses Approchantes" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Composer Karl Naegelen has in effect rewritten the lyrics to the Jerome Kern jazz standard “I Won't Dance," changing the last line from “I won't dance, don't ask me/I won't dance, don't ask me/I won't dance, madame with you/My heart won't let my feet do things that they want to do," to the more relevant “The music won't let my feet do things they might want to do." Not that there were lyrics written for the duo Cartographie ...

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Toma Gouband: Courant des Vents

Read "Courant des Vents" reviewed by John Eyles


A lithophone is a musical instrument consisting of a rock or pieces of rock which are struck to produce musical notes, either in combination, producing harmony, or in succession, producing melodies. In May, 2011, French percussionist Toma Gouband visited London to play at the annual Freedom of the City festival, solo and in an Evan Parker octet including Matt Wright and Lawrence Casserley on electronics. Gouband played a lithophone and other assorted means of percussion, including a bunch of tree ...


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