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Label: Aggregate Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: Suspend & Disperse, for Zakir Hussain (prepared drum set); Crosshatching, for Iannis Xenakis (two bongo drums); Danbury, for Charles Ives (bowed vibraphone and glockenspiel); One Million, for Max Roach (drum set); Red Nova, for Red Norvo (marimba); for Steve McCall, My Teacher & Friend (snare drum); Mixture, for Olias (multiple percussion); Billowing Segments, for Edgard Varèse (drum set); Frame the Invisible, for Arshille Gorky (vibraphone and crotales); Japan, for Alex Cline (multiple percussion).

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Gregg Bendian: Research

Read "Research" reviewed by John Kelman

All-percussion ensemble albums are rare in any genre. Still, by digging deep, it's possible to find exceptional discs like Swiss percussionist Pierre Favre's Singing Drums (ECM, 1984) and, more recently, The New Percussion Group of Amsterdam's Go Between (Summerfold, 2007), proving that percussion needn't be just about the rhythm. Solo percussion albums are even less common. ...


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