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The Alchemical Mass/Suite Solutio

Label: pfMentum
Released: 2005
Track listing: Introitus; Kyrie; Collecta and Gloria; Epistola and Graduale; Offertorium; Ave Maria and Commune; Suite Solutio: Part I; Part II; Part III; Part IV; Part V

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The Jeff Kaiser Ockodekete/The Kaiser/Diaz-Infante Sextet: The Alchemical Mass/Suite Solutio

Read "The Alchemical Mass/Suite Solutio" reviewed by John Kelman


With most peoples' ears attuned to common musical elements such as melody, harmony, and rhythm, free improvisation and contemporary classical composition can sometimes come across like disturbing chaos. There are often precious few recognizable patterns to hang one's hat on, and with extended techniques used by some instruments, it can often be next to impossible to ...

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Jeff Kaiser Ockodektet/Kaiser-Diaz Infante Sextet: The Alchemical Mass/Suite Solutio

Read "The Alchemical Mass/Suite Solutio" reviewed by Rex  Butters


Straight out of Ventura, California, Jeff Kaiser releases the CD version of his recent performance with his Ockodektet and the Ojai Camerata, The Alchemical Mass. A riveting exercise crossing modern composition with improvisation and choral arrangements, all in the service of an authentic 15th Century alchemical text, its author having passed from royal court astrologer to ...

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The Alchemical Mass/Suite Solutio

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2004
Track listing: The Alchemical Mass: (Introitus; Kyrie; Collecta and Gloria; Epistola and Graduale; Offertorium; Ave Maria and Commune); Suite Solutio.

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The Jeff Kaiser Ockodektet and the Kaiser/Diaz-Infante Sextet: The Alchemical Mass/Suite Solutio

Read "The Alchemical Mass/Suite Solutio" reviewed by Jim Santella


Two progressive artists lead these ensembles in a creative affair. Quiet spaces are interwoven with loud cacophony. A group of orchestral instruments can be made to sound like many things. Here, Jeff Kaiser and Ernesto Diaz-Infante light creative fires and push their ensembles to the limit. “The Alchemical Mass" combines the formal sounds of ...


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