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Joao Camoes - Jean-Luc Cappozzo - Jean-Marc Foussat: Autres Paysages

Read "Autres Paysages" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Electronics ace Jean-Marc Foussat (France) and trumpeter Jean-Luc Cappozzo (France) are established purveyors of whatever may constitute 'new music' loosely skirting the fringes of improvised jazz or perhaps, open-ended experimental frameworks. Here, they team with a willing partner, viola performer Joao Camoes (Portugal) for a session that conjures an electro-organic vibe and spans numerous emotive sensations, whether the music may be pointed to existential, sober or magical manifestations. During the three extended pieces, the trio executes dark, foreboding ...

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Jean-Luc Cappozzo & Geraldine Keller: Air Prints

Read "Air Prints" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni

The collaborative art of French trumpeter Jean-Luc Cappozzo and vocal artist and flutist Géraldine Keller is a sophisticated play with air. Air breathes, gusts, atmospheric waves or windswept labyrinths and the spaces between these air bursts. Cappozzo and Keller subject the ether to their spontaneous whim, often surrender themselves to the surprising fancy of the ether. Cappozzo-- known from his intimate collaborations with fellow countrymen, bass masters Joëlle Léandre and Claude Tchamitchian, drummer Edward Perraud or American ...


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