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Cecil Taylor: CT: The Dance Project

Read "CT: The Dance Project" reviewed by Marc Medwin

Since the late-'80s, the pioneering imprint FMP has released more of pianist Cecil Taylor's work than any other company, including the mammoth box set documenting his month-long 1988 residency in Berlin. CT: The Dance Project, recorded two years later, documents a performance of which this music was only one component. Bert Noglik's accompanying notes afford reminiscences ...

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Cecil Taylor / William Parker / Masashi Harada: CT: The Dance Project

Read "CT: The Dance Project" reviewed by Nic Jones

Well informed readers of this website will know that any piano-bass-drums trio involving Cecil Taylor is not going to consist of “correct" virtuosity applied to the maximum in pursuit of sophisticated cocktail lounge music. It doesn't happen here, but what does is a moment caught in time, representing three empathetic individuals in pursuit of the music ...

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Cecil Taylor / William Parker / Masashi Harada: CT: The Dance Project

Read "CT: The Dance Project" reviewed by Henry Smith

Cecil Taylor's involvement in the dance world might be little known to most fans of the prominent pianist. Yet Taylor honed some of his talents by accompanying ballet rehearsals at a young age, and has continued the practice through his work with such dance luminaries as Dianne McIntyre and Mikhail Baryshnikov. With renowned bassist William Parker ...