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Andy Milne - Benoit Delbecq: Where Is Pannonica?

Read "Where Is Pannonica?" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Where is Pannonica? è nato dall'incontro tra due voci ben accreditate nel panorama del jazz internazionale: se Milne è noto per la sua collaborazione con Steve Coleman, Dulbecq è un pianista parigino che ha collezionato importanti partnership con vari jazzisti, ma noto anche per un'attitudine sperimentale che si configura in un'ideale estetica a metà strada tra Gyorgy Ligeti ...

Andy Milne / Benoit Delbecq: Where is Pannonica?

Read "Where is Pannonica?" reviewed by George Kanzler

Occasioned by a commission from Chamber Music America's French-America Jazz Exchange and realized during a three-week composing/recording residency at the Banff Centre in Canada in 2008, this is a fascinating project, pushing the boundaries of the piano duo format. Using Steinway D grands that were often--mostly in Benoit Delbecq's case--altered with prepared devices (objects on strings) ...

Andy Milne and Benoit Delbecq: Where is Pannonica?

Read "Where is Pannonica?" reviewed by Matt Marshall

At times while listening to pianists Andy Milne and Benoit Delbecq's Where is Pannonica? you may find yourself asking, “where is the piano?" Which isn't to say that traditional piano tones are ever completely silenced on the record, but that they are rarely the only tones. On three tunes, Delbecq is cited as using Dlooper, an ...