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Monthly Archives: February 2005
As reported a while back, Pocket Orchestra will be released by MIO. The Pocket Orchestra were an incredible and, until now, undiscovered “avant progressive” group that came to being in the American southwest in the late ’70s. The sextet started … Continue reading
Vandermark provides some interesting insight (and good listening skills) when The Wire plays him a number of pieces sight unseen.
A brief summary of Coleman’s career is available.
A Kronos Quartet performance is reviewed.
Ives’ Symphony No. 2 will be featured by the San Diego Symphony.
Over 100 percussionists will be playing a Xenakis piece, among other things: Professor Charles Dowd will conduct the Oregon Percussion Ensemble in “NUAGE! Xenakis, Oliveros & Kupferman,” a program of 20th and 21st century avant-garde music. The program, featuring more … Continue reading
Cryptogramophone’s release plans for the Spring are: Early Spring 2005 will see new CDs by pianist Alan Pasqua with Peter Erskine on drums and Darek Oles on bass, and “Cloud Plate” a recording featuring Alex Cline, Kaoru, Miya Masaoka, and … Continue reading
ReR’s latest releases include: Charming Hostess: Punch Cutler, Chris: Twice Around the Earth (an experiment in listening) Drake, Bob: The Shunned Country Martusciello, Elio: Unoccupied Areas
Intakt has announced the following release: MONK’S CASINO THE COMPLETE WORKS OF THELONIOUS MONK Arranged by Alexander von Schlippenbach, Axel DÃ¶rner, Rudi Mahall Alexander von Schlippenbach: Piano Axel DÃ¶rner: Trumpet Rudi Mahall: Bassclarinet Jan Roder: Bass Rudi Jenessen: Drums
A review of the new David S. Ware live 3CD set is available.