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Houria

Label: Zig-Zag Territoires
Released: 2010
Track listing: Macadam; Un Ange Passe (for Fanny); Houria; A L'air Libre; Palabre; Duo 1; Suite For Tony; Fable; Duo 2; Satellise; O Sacrum Convivium; Duo 3; Secret d'orielle (for Milan).

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Stephane Kerecki Trio: Houria

Read "Houria" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Houria is an intriguing mix of composition and improvisation, of North African and Western music, of the modern and the classical, and of Europe and North America. Bassist Stephane Kerecki leads this trio of French musicians, augmented by New York-based reeds player Tony Malaby, through twelve original tunes, and an arrangement of Olivier Messiaen's “O Sacrum ...

Bach:Coltrane

Label: Zig-Zag Territoires
Released: 2008
Track listing: Art de la Fugue; Crescent; Concerto pour clavier BWV 1056; He nevuh said a mumbalin

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Raphael Imbert: Bach:Coltrane

Read "Bach:Coltrane" reviewed by Mark Sabbatini

Some albums are personal and this one carries the burden of massive expectations, an anticipation similar to first hearing John Coltrane's Giant Steps (Atlantic, 1959) and just about anything by Bach.French saxophonist Raphael Imbert dangles this tantalizing lure on Bach: Coltrane, which the multi-hornman promotes as the culmination of a research project into the ...


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