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Seán Mac Erlaine

Seán Mac Erlaine is a Dublin-based woodwind instrumentalist and composer, recognised as one of Ireland's most forward-thinking jazz musicians. Seán works in a variety of settings maintaining a busy performance schedule in Ireland and internationally, working in free improvisation, contemporary jazz, folk music and experimental theatre. An accomplished instrumentalist, Seán plays alto and soprano saxophones as well as clarinet and bass clarinet. He holds a first degree honours Masters of Music (Jazz Performance) from DIT and a Diploma in Jazz Performance awarded by The Guildhall School of Music, London

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String Theory 2016

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String Theory 13 North Great Georges Street jny: Dublin, Ireland May 20-21, 2016 String Theory, a two-day celebration of avant-garde guitar craft was no ordinary festival. The fact that the music was experimental, largely improvised and inherently risk-laden isn't what set this inaugural Dublin festival apart, after all it's what ...

A Slender Song

Label: Ergodos
Released: 2015
Track listing: Balcea; Ripple the Pond; All Sung a Slender Song; Turaghlan; Nun’s Island; Onstage Swoon; Sheehy; A Sharp Fissure; Easty and Aster; Dingle.

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Sean Mac Erlaine: A Slender Song

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Multi-woodwind instrumentalist and electronics musician/composer Sean Mac Erlaine works in musical areas where seemingly disparate worlds merge: tradition and modernity; acoustic and electronic; improvised and structured sounds. These are the threads that run throughout his work. Slender Songs is a continuation of concepts that Mac Erlaine explored on Long After The Music is Gone (Ergodos Records, ...

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Sean Mac Erlaine: Long After The Music Is Gone and This Is How We Fly

Read "Sean Mac Erlaine: Long After The Music Is Gone and This Is How We Fly" reviewed by Ian Patterson

The common denominator between these two CDs is Dublin-based multi-reedman/composer Seán Mac Erlaine, one of the most progressive musicians in Ireland today. Equally at home in contemporary jazz, free improvisation or traditional/modern Irish folk settings, Mac Erlaine has been a leading figure in Irish experimental music for a decade. As one of the curators of the ...

Long After The Music Is Gone

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2012


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