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Philippe Cote

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Composer, saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist and improviser, Montreal-based Philippe Côté is a musical explorer at the crossroads of jazz and classical. Lungta, his first album of original compositions for jazz quintet and wind orchestra, was produced by world-acclaimed American saxophonist David Binney. Philippe Côté spent over ten years crafting the album’s intriguing jazz and classical perspective, culminating in a body of work already earning critical appraisal: I LOVE your record. What wonderful writing, orchestrating and playing all around. It’s a tremendous work. -Donny McCaslin, Grammy Awards nominated jazz saxophonist On April 2nd, 2016 at the mythical Montreal venue L’Astral, Philippe and David Binney were joined on stage by the National Jazz Orchestra of Montreal (Orchestre National de Jazz de Montréal) for Lungta’s official release. Philippe Côté is no newcomer to the musical scene

Album

Of What Remains

Label: Odd Sound Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Complainte du vent; La part des anges; Ici, ainsi; Fragment no. 2; Apothecium; Complaint du vent (reprise); Day; Puudutus.

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Confluence

Label: Odd Sound Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Tour 1; 1190 Chemin de las Montagne; Muted Song; Confluence Suite (The Forks; When Blue Meets White; Ganges--Purification; Rideau Falls; Archipel d'Hochelaga) Chire; Truc; On Duty; Hushed Song; Tour 2.

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Song of the Day

Muted Song

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Label: Odd Sound Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 04:43

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

The Debut From Trio San Plus New Music From King, Jaschek, Perica And More

Read "The Debut From Trio San Plus New Music From King, Jaschek, Perica And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne


On this show we feature a new release from Trio San, featuring Satoko Fujii, Taiko Saito, and Yuko Oshima. In addition recent releases from Bill King, Shai Jaschek, Vanessa Perica, Madre Vaca, Kari Antila, Jeremy Udden, Rotem Sivan, Harper Trio, Shawn Maxwell, Bruford, Pentangle, and, Philippe Côté & François Bourassa. Playlist Show Intro 00:00 ...

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Article: Album Review

Philippe Cote / Francois Bourassa: Confluence

Read "Confluence" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Confluence, on its surface, may come off as a minor work of art. It is the juxtaposition of just two instruments--saxophone and piano--braiding sounds together in what seems an improvisational mode. Francois Bourassa stays in the piano chair. Philippe Cote's seating arrangement shifts between tenor and soprano saxophones, piano and prepared piano. But the limitation of ...

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Article: Album Review

Melissa Pipe Sextet: Of What Remains

Read "Of What Remains" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


On the enchanting Of What Remains, her debut as a leader, Canadian saxophonist and bassoonist Melissa Pipe delightfully blurs the boundaries between jazz and western classical music. Pipe leads a cohesive sextet on seven of her haunting originals, on the theme of time, and an arrangement of Estonian composer Tõnu Kõrvits' “Puudutus." For instance, ...

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Song of the Day

La parte des anges

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Label: Odd Sound Records
Released: 2023
Duration: 08:30

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Article: Album Review

Melissa Pipe Sextet: Of What Remains

Read "Of What Remains" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Montreal-based multi-reedist Melissa Pipe's artistic vision is fully formed. Her debut recording, Of What Remains, features a sextet which explores darkness with deep tones--Pipe plays baritone sax and bassoon here--by delving into temporality, the shifting of time and being, via chamber music reveries and jazz grooves. Noir is a word which comes immediately to ...

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Article: Year in Review

2022: The Year in Jazz

Read "2022: The Year in Jazz" reviewed by Ken Franckling


Current events impacted the jazz world in significant ways throughout 2022. In its third year, the coronavirus pandemic continued to lurk in some settings, while others recovered in robust fashion. Russia's war on Ukraine was felt by musicians and triggered an outpouring of support for its victims. Initiatives to ensure greater equity in jazz advanced. The ...


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