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Ziv Taubenfeld

Born in the Galil region, Northern Israel, Ziv Taubenfeld started playing the clarinet as part of his primary school orchestra and continued with classical studies guided by Ilya Schwartz at the local conservatory of Karmiel. During that period, following the attraction to low sounds, the bass clarinet was added as a second instrument that soon became Ziv's main focus. His interest in improvised music (fooling around with the orchestras charts or diggin into jazz records) grew bigger after meeting the influential saxophone player Albert Beger who opened up a road that eventually led to further studies of the bass clarinet with Michael Moore in the Netherlands. ​ Moving to Amsterdam has encouraged Ziv to inspiring collaborations with a wide variety of artists from the city's improvised music scene and it's satelite musicians

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Bones: Reptiles

Read "Reptiles" reviewed by John Sharpe

The barely-there pastel-colored turtle adorning the cover of Reptiles gives an elegant visual summary of the skeletal but attractive content inside. It's the third release from a young Israeli trio led by Amsterdam-based bass clarinetist Ziv Taubenfeld, which includes his fellow countrymen bassist Shay Hazan and drummer Nir Sabag. Recorded in November 2017 in Netherlands, the ...

Haberdashery

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: Snail's Pace; Explaining What?!; Point and Line #2; Turtle Love Song; Snail Hunting; No Name Letters; Orange Shoes; Cello.

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Bones: Haberdashery

Read "Haberdashery" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This is the second release by the experimental European trio, simply known as Bones. Led by bass clarinetist Ziv Taubenfeld, the program is mainly erected on fragmented motifs and variable currents amid false endings, and an aggregation of renewal processes. And it's an unrestricted engagement, as the musicians are afforded opportunities to expand and contract, while ...

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Bones: Haberdashery

Read "Haberdashery" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro

Un trio felicemente strutturato, a nome collettivo ma il cui nume tutelare appare senz'altro Ziv Taubenfeld, autore di tutto il materiale proposto, ci si rivela in questo bel lavoro, fresco di stampa per i tipi della Leo Records. A differenza di una generosa fetta produttiva della casa russo-londinese, infatti, qui le strutture espositive sono ben presenti ...

Bones

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Under The Ab Tree | Blue Key | Milonga| Kiwi Flower (Dedicated To Irene)|Gold Wood | Buses Chasing Pigeons| Egge| Citrus Village (Dedicated To Miki)

Bones

Label: Love Records
Released: 2014

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