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Wayne Horvitz Gravitas Quartet: One Dance Alone

Read "One Dance Alone" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Non è difficile intravedere piccole tracce di jazz nella musica di questo splendido quartetto da camera guidato dal geniale Wayne Horvitz. Con il pianista newyorkese, ormai residente a Seattle da oltre vent'anni, troviamo il violoncello della canadese Peggy Lee, la cornetta di Ron Miles e il fagotto di Sara Schoenbeck. Il suono è coeso ed elegante, ...

One Dance Alone

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2008
Track listing: July II; A Walk In The Rain; July III; A Fond Farewell (for Nica); July I; To Say Your Name; Waltz From Woman of Tokyo; One Dance Alone; Good Shepherd; We Never Met; Undecided.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wayne Horvitz Gravitas Quartet: One Dance Alone

Read "One Dance Alone" reviewed by Troy Collins

A veteran of the early eighties Downtown New York scene, keyboardist and composer Wayne Horvitz's relocation to the West Coast two decades ago has found him leading numerous projects, from large ensembles to solo performances. The Gravitas Quartet is one of his most recent forays, a chimerical union of neo-classical restraint, post-rock ambience and jazz improvisation.


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