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Michel Edelin Quartet: Resurgence

Read "Resurgence" reviewed by John Sharpe

French flutist Michel Edelin is back among familiar faces on Resurgence, after his appearance with fellow flutist Nicole Mitchell on The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest (Rouge Art, 2011). He reconstitutes the quartet which last appeared together on Déblocage D'émergence (AA Records, 1995) for a studio set of 11 of his smart originals. On bass ...

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Michel Edelin Quartet: Resurgence

Read "Resurgence" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Pur facendo per ovvi motivi riferimento al veterano flautista Michel Edelin, che ne è il titolare nonché l'autore di tutto il materiale tematico, questo lavoro trae i motivi della propria riuscita più che mai dalla somma delle forze in campo, anche proprio nella loro diversità.

Si segnalano specificatamente le presenze di un almeno ...

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Indigo Trio and Michel Edelin: The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest

Read "The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest" reviewed by John Sharpe

Given the paucity of flute trios in the normal course of events, and the appearance of two almost simultaneously on the same label, it was only a matter of time before the Paris-based Rogue Art imprint brought the two main protagonists together. The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest represents the fruits of the union of ...

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Indigo Trio and Michel Edelin: The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest

Read "The Ethiopian Princess Meets The Tantric Priest" reviewed by Bob Hatteau

Key musicians from the Chicago scene, Nicole Mitchell, Harrison Bankhead and Hamid Drake, created the Indigo Trio about six years ago. Since then, they've been exploring a musical field that faces the avant-garde of the improvisation.

Indigo Trio has produced some noticeable records, including Live In Montreal (Greenleaf, 2007), Anaya (RogueArt, 2008). For ...

Michel Edelin Trio: Kuntu

Read "Kuntu" reviewed by John Sharpe

Perennially unfashionable and plagued by perceptions of insufficient heft and timbral variation, it's not surprising that flute-based trios are rarer than an apologetic banker. Not that this troubles the Paris-based RogueArt label, as straight after the Indigo Trio's Anaya (2009) comes another, this time under the direction of flautist Michel Edelin. Past associations for the Frenchman ...


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