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J.C. Cholet, Alban Darche, Mathias Rüegg et Grand Ensemble: Le Tombeau de Poulenc

Read "Le Tombeau de Poulenc" reviewed by Alberto Bazzurro


Parafrasando Le Tombeau de Couperin di Ravel, i tre firmatari di questo album dedicano identico trattamento a Francis Poulenc, ispirandosi liberamente --ci viene detto espressamente --"senza tentare il minimo adattamento" alla sua opera. Lo sforzo è anzitutto di scrittura, con ciascuno dei tre che si focalizza attorno a un risvolto specifico (con l'eccezione di “Cadence"): Alban ...

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Erik Friedlander throws a glass of absinthe, and more new releases

Read "Erik Friedlander throws a glass of absinthe, and more new releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


This week Mondo Jazz chats with cellist Erik Friedlander about his latest project inspired by Pablo Picasso's bronze sculpture “Glass of Absinthe." Artemisia--a visually stunning vinyl box set containing musically stunning work--features Uri Caine on piano, Mark Helias on bass and Ches Smith on drums. And, of course, more new releases! Playlist ...

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Hatology's Big Band Big Bang

Read "Hatology's Big Band Big Bang" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Creative large ensembles are precious commodities. In the modern era, maintaining both features (innovation and size) is a marvel. There are large repertory ensembles playing those “oldies" that are, maybe, goodies, and smaller, more economically efficient bands that have always been the flag bearers for originality. But to witness a large ensemble, big band or arkestra ...


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