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Harrison Argatoff

Harrison Argatoff is a Toronto based tenor saxophonist and composer. A recent graduate of The University of Toronto’s jazz program, he strives to create an original musical voice capable of imparting personality, character, and vulnerability. Having grown up a Doukhobor, in the interior of British Columbia, teachings of pacifism, communal music making, and respect for life and nature have deeply affected his personal and artistic endeavors. Harrison is currently focusing on developing a modern approach to music through original composition for a variety of ensembles, and also for solo performance

Toronto Streets Tour

Label: Independent
Released: 2020
Track listing: 1. Intro; 2. Wait; 3. Muroro; 4. Rainfall; 5. Interlude; 6. White Acacia; 7. Untitled; 8. Flicker; 9. Love is Love; 10. I Have Started; 11. Outro

Ontario 559 West

Label: Independent
Released: 2020
Track listing: August 28, 2018; Can a Soul Be Bright; 39; What Will Be Left; From the Ground; Saying Little; In Equal Measure; 42; Late Harvest; From the Blossom; The Sun Shone Still; Paying Dearly; Guitar; Horn; Swings;

Dreaming Hears the Still

Label: Independent
Released: 2018
Track listing: 1. Berceuse; 2. Dim; 3. Breathless; 4. Gloom; 5. Wait; 6. Moderato; 7. Presto; 8. Chorale; 9. Forgetful;


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