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Album

One For Chick

Label: MonteRec
Released: 2023
Track listing: One for Chick; Sailing on Lake Van pt1; Sailing on Lake Van pt2; The Ghost of the Mistress; Time-Laps; Un Poco De Fiesta; When I Meet You; View on Akhtamar.

Album

Law Years: The Music of Ornette Coleman

Label: Miel Music
Released: 2021
Track listing: Tribes of New York; Free; Law Years; Giggin'; Broken Shadows; Dee Dee; Toy Dance/Street Woman

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Article: Album Review

Miguel Zenón: Law Years: The Music of Ornette Coleman

Read "Law Years: The Music of Ornette Coleman" reviewed by John Chacona


How do you hear Ornette Coleman's music? As an unlikely but logical extension of bebop vocabulary? As “free" chaos untethered from harmony? As a tributary of the great stream of Texas saxophonists? As jazz's purest melodism? The music of Coleman, who would have turned 91 years on March 9 2021, was all of those ...

Results for pages tagged "Ariel Bringuez"...

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Article: Interview

Munir Hossn: Nuove suggestioni tra Africa e Brasile

Read "Munir Hossn: Nuove suggestioni tra Africa e Brasile" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Nato nel 1981 in Brasile da padre libanese e madre brasiliana, Munir Hossn è uno dei più creativi musicisti e compositori sudamericani della sua generazione. Dotato di un talento precoce, all'età di 10 anni suonava professionalmente (principalmente batteria e chitarra) in differenti gruppi di Salvador, Bahia. Impegnato principalmente nella sintesi tra elementi tradizionali africani e brasiliani, ...

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Article: Album Review

Hugo Fernandez: Cosmogram

Read "Cosmogram" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Mexican-born Hugo Fernandez is a modern jazz guitarist who follows up his well-received debut album Origenes (CDbaby, 2012) with the new modern-styled Cosmogram featuring eight sophisticated original compositions in a generally warm-natured set of light and engaging modern jazz. A graduate of the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston, Fernandez decided to move to Madrid, ...

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Article: Album Review

Hugo Fernandez: Cosmogram

Read "Cosmogram" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Of all the instruments in a group or orchestra, none has a broader or more variable sonic profile than the guitar. When it is played properly, with earnestness and sincerity, a guitar can move the listener to tears; when it is used, however, is to elicit sounds that are best described as disquieting and cacophonous, that ...

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Article: Album Review

Hugo Fernandez: Origenes

Read "Origenes" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Madrid-based guitarist Hugo Fernández began playing guitar in his native Mexico. Later, he studied at Berklee, where he gained his Bachelor's degree in 1998 and completed his Masters at the University of New Orleans in 2005. After gaining his Masters he moved to Spain in mid-2006 but maintained his links with the Mexican music scene. Despite ...


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