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Serendipity

Label: Serbian Soul Association
Released: 2015
Track listing: Brad Meets Tozovac, 9PM, Nearness of Distance, Flowering Wonder, Rainy Day, Known Place, It Should Sound Like This, Off Road, Ruse Kose, Titans from the Park, South Wind.

Serendipity

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Plié (Epoch); Tendu "Crying Tree"; Tendu "Phantasm"; Tendu/Degagé "Unfinished Seduction"; Tendu/Degagé "Laughing Nightmare; Degagé "Bobblehead"; Rond De Jambe "Dance of Nature"; Frappé "Chasing Shadows"; Fondu "Delicate Whisper"; Rond De Jambe en L'air "Jealous Repetition"; Tango "6th Floor"; Barre Adagio "Iridescent Sky"; Grand Battement "Forgotten Strength"; Stretch "To My Beloved Stranger"; Center Tendu "Tiny Heartbeats"; Center Adagio "1915"; Pirouette "Red Velvet Waltz"; Pirouette "Polonaise"; Pirouette "Midnight Mazurka"; Petit Allegro "62 Needles"; Petit Allegro "Arrogant Jumps"; Petit Allegro "Strange Weakness"; Men's Jumps "March of the Sinners"; Grand Allegro "Velour Forest"; Piqué Turns (Crosswind); Fouettés (Abandoned Turned); Reverence (Anna).

Serendipity

Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2015

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Arshak Sirunyan: Serendipity

Read "Serendipity" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Pianist/composer Arshak Sirunyan last offered up a startlingly good multi-media, cross-genre collection with Hoodman's Blind (Self-produced, 2014). That recording found the Armenian born musician tackling the complexities of translating a medieval contest of strategy to an engaging musical concept. The success of that album hinged--in no small part--on Sirunyan's ability to blend disparate elements of chamber, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Serbian Jazz BRE: Serendipity

Read "Serendipity" reviewed by Nenad Georgievski

What began as a multimedia jazz experience, a combination of straight ahead jazz music and series of photographs by the band's instigator and producer Ivan Grlić, soon evolved into a live video extravaganza with video projections that run in the background whenever the band is playing live. First there was a book with photographs, which were ...

Serendipity

Label: Dot Time Records
Released: 2014

Serendipity

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Serendipity.

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 0
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ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ivo Perelman: Serendipity

Read "Serendipity" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

Brazilian tenor sax titan Ivo Perelman's 22nd album for Leo Records crosses paths formerly traversed. Set out to be a trio date with pianist Matthew Shipp and drummer Gerald Cleaver, Perelman called bassist William Parker because one of the artists was late for the studio session, although everyone showed up; hence, the quartet format.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ivo Perelman / Matthew Shipp / William Parker / Gerald Cleaver: Serendipity

Read "Serendipity" reviewed by Troy Collins

Currently in the midst of an unprecedented mid-career renaissance, wildly prolific tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman has been recording for Leo Records at a frantic pace, typically issuing several new albums at a time. Released concurrently with The Edge and The Art of the Duet, Volume One is Serendipity, a title that bears out its namesake. Taped ...


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