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Cell Walk

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2020
Track listing: Undecided; Twining; No Blood Relation; Long Wing; 3 Places in Southern California; The Fifth Day; Deep Well Well; Tin Palace; Cell Walk; Sutter St.; Laughter; For Lou Harrison; Sleeper Ship; Ironbound; Marcuselle; We Will Be Silk; American Bandstand.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sara Schoenbeck/Wayne Horvitz: Cell Walk

Read "Cell Walk" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The relationship between Sara Schoenbeck, one of the only bassoon practitioners to truly and successfully fold the instrument's sound into the realm of chamber jazz, and pianist Wayne Horvitz, a touchstone in creative music, has been documented in the past. The work of Horvitz's Gravitas Quartet, formed in 2004 and featuring Schoenbeck alongside trumpeter Ron Miles ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Bassonist Sara Schoenbeck And Pianist Wayne Horvitz Will Release 'Cell Walk' On May 22

Bassonist Sara Schoenbeck And Pianist Wayne Horvitz Will Release 'Cell Walk' On May 22

New Album is Frequent Collaborators' Debut as a Duo Sara Schoenbeck and Wayne Horvitzhave been musical partners for 20 years, notably in Horvitz’s chamber jazz group The Gravitas Quartet (formed 2004) and his Some Days are Forever Afternoon project (2015, both on Songlines). They formed this duo in 2018 to play a program of their own ...


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