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9 Compositions for the Multiple Joy[ce] Ensemble

Label: Red Toucan Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Conlon Zoubeck; Moose; Anthonykowski; Duke Muche; Frith Fields; Boulevinsky; Ende der Zeit; Akkordstudie; John Müller.

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Matthias Schubert: 9 Compositions for the Multiple Joy[ce] Ensemble

Read "9 Compositions for the Multiple Joy[ce] Ensemble" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Il tenorsassofonista tedesco Matthias Schubert, una trentina d'anni fa tra le maggiori promesse del jazz europeo (e come tale inserito in formazioni che in qualche modo ratificavano tale status), strada facendo--in realtà uscendo spesso e volentieri dal nostro cono di luce--si è avvicinato alla composizione pura, con risultati che questo CD, inciso a Colonia nel dicembre ...

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Matthias Schubert: 9 Compositions for The Multiple Joy[ce] Ensemble

Read "9 Compositions for The Multiple Joy[ce] Ensemble" reviewed by Glenn Astarita


Featuring an international cast, Matthias Schubert conducts a program that snugly resides in the avant-garde space. Each track is outlined in the liners, citing connotations, inspirations and homages, where it's up to the listener to connect the dots via his or her interpretations. It's a hybrid offering engineered with asymmetrical parts of classical, jazz improvisation, John ...

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9 Compositions for The Multiple Joy[ce] Ensemble

Label: Red Toucan Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Conlon Zoubeck; Moose; Anthonykowoski; Duke Muche; Frith Fields; Boulevinsky; Ende der Zeit; Akkordstudie; John Muller.


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