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Tal Gur

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Under Contractions

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2014
Track listing: ReGenesis; Time Tuning Day #2; ReGenesis Day 3; Under Contractions; Waiting For A Birth; Missiles Up Missiles Down; Time For Night; Time Tuning Afternoon #5; Time For Fight; ReGenesis Dawn #7.

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Article: Album Review

Tal Gur: Under Contractions

Read "Under Contractions" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Uncertainty, synchronicity, discombobulation, frustration, and fragility all come to the surface on Under Contractions--the third album from Israeli-born, New York-based saxophonist Tal Gur. Gur--a practicing music therapist--has a way of coaxing emotions out of his instrument(s), turning his own work into a form of self-examination. It's true that autobiography has a place in ...

Album

Air Portrait

Label: First CDs Productions
Released: 2008
Track listing: Buds of Cyclamens; Detours; Cyclamens; Sholem; Whirlpool; Silent High Tide.

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Article: Album Review

Tal Gur: Air Portrait

Read "Air Portrait" reviewed by Eyal Hareuveni


Young Israeli alto and soprano saxophonist Tal Gur's debut features him leading a quartet comprised of fellow young Israeli players: drummer Ariel Armoni, who collaborated recently with Israeli pianist Daniel Sarid on TR (Levontin 7, 2007); guitarist Ido Bukelman, who is a member of Israeli jazz quartet The Rats, and bassist Ehud Ettun. Classically trained, Gur ...


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