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Rob Mosher's Storytime: The Tortoise

Read "The Tortoise" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


The compelling debut of Canadian-born, New York-based reed man and self-taught composer Rob Mosher is a thematic composition for his 10-piece ensemble Storytime. Using Storytime, featuring young composers and reed men Sam Sadigursky and Peter Hess, Mosher succeeds in orchestrating vividly sophisticated, highly melodic suite-like musical stories. These cinematic narratives reflect Mosher's diverse influences, ranging from ...

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Rob Mosher's Storytime: The Tortoise

Read "The Tortoise" reviewed by Troy Collins


The Tortoise is the debut of Canadian-born, New York-based multi-instrumentalist Rob Mosher's ensemble Storytime. The album's twelve tracks encapsulate a wealth of influences, which span everything from jubilant early jazz styles and rich classical forms to harmonically intricate post-bop and edgy free improvisation. A far more nuanced hybrid than the early experiments of the Third Stream ...


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