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Crossing Borders

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Rectilinear/Paradox; Violin Concerto No, 3: Movt. 1 Kathmandu, Movt. 2 The Grave, Movt. 3 Two Thousand; Snow Leopard; Piano Concerto No. 3 "The Code": Movt. 1 Into The Quest, Movt. 2 It's Enough, Movt. 3 Born In Brooklyn; Elm; Pendulum.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Richie Beirach-Gregor Huebner Duo and the WDR Big Band: Crossing Borders

Read "Crossing Borders" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The “borders" that are earmarked to be crossed in this new album by pianist Richie Bierach, violinist Gregor Huebner and Germany's superb WDR Big Band are both geographic and musical. The collaborative effort is intended, on the one hand, to bridge the gap between people of various ethnicities and backgrounds and help bring them together, and, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Richie Beirach-Gregor Huebner Duo & The WDR Big Band: Crossing Borders

Read "Crossing Borders" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Richie Beirach, Gregor Huebner and the WDR Big Band. Now there's a triumvirate that speaks to enormity and nonconformity. On Crossing Borders, the revered pianist, the style-skirting violinist and the boundary-pushing large ensemble join forces for a program that's both crafty and dynamic, playing to past glories and present tense all at once. Tied to no ...

Crossing Borders

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Corazón; The Sky is Crying; Déja Vu; Quizás; Rabo de Nube; Se Te olvida; Noche de Luna; Sabor A Mi; Contigo en Montego; Crossing Borders; Piel Canela

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Eva Cortés: Crossing Borders

Read "Crossing Borders" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Honduras born vocalist/composer Eva Cortes is, in some ways, a cultural anomaly. Her sound has roots in her Latin American heritage, but bears the aesthetic traits of her upbringing in Sevilla, Spain. On Crossing Borders, Cortés solicits the assistance of master producer/trombonist /arranger Doug Beavers to produce a vibrant recording that reflects her rich ...

Crossing Borders

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: Mortimer's Mambo; Samba de Llanandras; Ballad For St. Andrew; Oh Jive That Offa's Way; Onwards The Arrow; Ballad From The Blue Hills; Radnor's Blue Latin; Hay Wye Not!; Down Radnor's Quiet Way

Crossing Borders

Label: Reel Recordings
Released: 2009
Track listing: Jungle Chase; South American Indian; Sad Senorita; Che Guevera; Basking In The Sun.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Bob Downes Open Music: Crossing Borders

Read "Crossing Borders" reviewed by Nic Jones

Here's another of Reel's exercises in twentieth century tape archaeology. Like earlier efforts, it has the practical effect of sealing another hole in the documented fabric of British jazz and improvised music from the last four decades of that century. It's highly worthwhile too, this labor of love, as on this occasion it yields a program ...


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