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Jesse Elder Quintet: From Out of the Grey Forest

Read "From Out of the Grey Forest" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

"Nothing is plumb, level or square. This first line from Alan Dugan's poem “Love Song: I and Thou" comes to mind while listening to composer/pianist Jesse Elder's second recording. Unlike Dugan's unnamed protagonist, whose haphazard structure holds up for just “one great moment, Elder's irregular audible designs come together as a whole, remain stable, and stand ...


Jesse Elder Quintet

Released: 2005


Jesse Elder Quintet

Released: 2005
Track listing: Beams And Arches; Two Olive Trees; A Nice Brew; Matt


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Jesse Elder Quintet

Read "Jesse Elder Quintet" reviewed by David A. Orthmann

Jesse Elder Jesse Elder Quintet Self Produced 2005 Jesse Elder is a 21-year-old composer, pianist, and bandleader with a bright future. Throughout a self-produced CD recorded in March of 2005, Elder's musicianship and organizational skills evince maturity and wisdom well beyond his years. The antithesis of a blowing session, the ...


Article: Album Review

Jesse Elder Quintet: Jesse Elder Quintet

Read "Jesse Elder Quintet" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini

At every college there are some students in the library and some at the frat parties. The bookworms may not be as popular or “fun, but smart money says they'll be the ones achieving respectability in ten years. New York pianist Jesse Elder brings much of that academic mentality to his 2005 quintet debut, ...


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