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Peter Knight's Invisible Cities

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Peter Knight's 5+2 Brass Ensemble has recently released Invisible Cities and Other Works, on Rufus Records. The CD comprises compositions inspired by Italo Calvino's book Invisible Cities, which is a series of short and often surreal pieces about fictitious cities, described by Marco Polo to Kublai Khan as a series of conversations. Peter Knight is based ...

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Ursel Schlicht: Piano Colors - Inside and Out

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It's impossible to ignore - Ursel Schlicht has a taste for interesting collaborations. She works with musicians from diverse genres and cultures; her musical partners come from Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, East and West Africa, India, Japan, Mexico, Russia, and of course colleagues from her native Germany and New York where she spends most of her time ...

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August-September 2004

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In this edition: John Pochee , Ten Part Invention at the Chicago Jazz Festival Freedman Fellowship Wangaratta Festival of Jazz Umbria Jazz in Melbourne Reviews by Adrian Jackson Australian Jazz Korner : Read reviews, interviews, banter and news on this discussion thread started by Kenny Weir and maintaining momentum thanks to postings by musicians, ...

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June-July 2004

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In this edition: Simon Barker , drums Quick catch up with Mark Isaacs Reviews by Mick Paddon Reviews by Adrian Jackson Australian Jazz Korner : Read reviews, interviews, banter and news on this discussion thread started by Kenny Weir and maintaining momentum thanks to postings by musicians, fans and a box of beignet mix... ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

April-May 2004

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In this edition: Eugene Ball , trumpet Vorticity Music , interview with Carey Opie, MD Melbourne International Jazz Festival Bar me, the Excelsior and the new-look Side-on Cafe in Sydney Australian Jazz Korner : Check out this fantastic AAJ discussion thread, started by Kenny Weir and constantly being updated with information about what's happening ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

February-March 2004

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In this edition: Lloyd Swanton , bass Nina Ferro , singer CD Review by Mick Paddon CD Reviews by Adrian Jackson Australian Jazz Korner Check out this fantastic AAJ discussion thread, started by Kenny Weir and constantly being updated with information about what's happening with Australian jazz. And I agree totally with Kenny's enthusiasm ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

December 2003-January 2004

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Seasons Greetings... I hope this posting is a good read, and inspires you to do some listening. There is some fantastic music being played live and appearing on CD around Australia at the moment. Even just in Sydney - I wish I had the energy to go out every single night - ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

October-November 2003

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In this edition: Mike Nock , a cure for what ails you. Gerard Masters , Jazzgroove Records Reviews by Mick Paddon Reviews by Adrian Jackson Interview with Adrian Jackson , director of the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz Mike Nock and the cure for what ails you He may ...

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August-September 2003

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In this edition: Gerry Koster, Newmarket Music Sam Keevers , soulful pianist Review by Mick Paddon Reviews by Adrian Jackson Gerry Koster manages Newmarket Music, based in Melbourne. Newmarket releases a range of music, mainly by artists in Melbourne and more recently in Sydney. The label is mostly jazz-based but with a ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

June-July 2003

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These notes include: Welcome Reviews: (No reviews this time around - get ready for a bumper offering in the August / September edition!) Requests (tell us if there's someone you'd like to see us profile, or any Australian jazz topic that you think requires investigation.) General News (news from three Australian cities and links ...


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