AMN Reviews: Per Gärdin, Pedro Lopes & Rodrigo Pinheiro – History of the Lisbon Chaplaincy [Creative Sources cs432]

Bearing the name of a short book on the Anglican Church in Lisbon, Per Gärdin, Pedro Lopes & Rodrigo Pinheiro’s History of the Lisbon Chaplaincy was, appropriately enough, recorded in St. George’s Church in Lisbon in September, 2013. St. George’s figures centrally in the book, but undoubtedly it was chosen as a recording site not for its history, but for its Fincham pipe organ, played by Pinheiro. Throughout much of the long improvisation that makes up the recording, the organ acts as a kind of sonic anchor, whether as a relatively immobile foundation for Gärdin’s restless soprano and alto saxophone lines, or as a kind of eddying current running underneath the reeds and Lopes’s percussion and turntables. The music’s dramatic development largely hinges on the tension between Gärdin’s energetic expressionism and Lopes and Pinheiro’s more texturally-directed sounds; crucially, the trio plays effectively with the church’s acoustics, carefully crafting sound densities from variable-length phrases and subtly-balanced ensemble passages.

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Daniel Barbiero

Taran’s Free Jazz Hour Podcast 17/2017

English: Japanese avant-garde jazz pianist and...

Source: Taran’s Free Jazz Hour.

Nottwo
The Cosmological Constant: the Nu Band- Lou Grassi, Dr/ Thomas Heberer, Cor/ Mark Whitecage, as, Cl/ Joe Fonda, B

Iluso
Hesitantly Pleasant: Mike Caratti, Dr/ Rachel Musson, Sax/ Steve Beresford, P, Elec

Libra
Kisaragi: Natsuki Tamura, Tpt/ Satoko Fujii, P

Amirani
Lucca &Amp; Bologna Concerts: Szilard Mezei, Vla/ Nicola Guazzaloca, P

Lewis Jordan
This Where I Come in: Lewis Jordan and Music at Large

Setola Di Maiale
Departure: Yoko Miura, P/ Giannni Mimmo, Ss

Charlie Beresford
Each Edge of the Field: Charlie Beresford, G, P/ Sania Hammond, Cello, School Bell

Brian Landrus
Generations: Brian Landarus Orchestra

Freedonia
Mosaique: Greg Mills, P

Leo
Ensemble5: Heinz Geisser, P/ Fridolin Blumer, B/ Reto Staub, P/ Robert Morgenthaler, Tbn/ Elliott Levin, FL, Ts, Poetry

Aut
Raw Volumes: Alexei Borisov, Dr, Vo/ Bob Meanza, Elec, Synth

This Week in New York 

Source: I CARE IF YOU LISTEN.

DR. ASHLEY JACKSON | CELEBRATE BROOKLYN!
Dr. Jackson’s latest performance project, Electric Lady, is a celebration of contemporary works written by 20th and 21st century female composers. The program has been presented by Vassar College and Metropolis, and will head to Brooklyn later this summer for BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn. This solo version of the project also features a world premiere by Danielle Eva Schwob.
Friday, August 11 at 7:00 PM
Free
Prospect Park Bandshell, Brooklyn, NY

CONTEMPORANEOUS PRESENTS: “THE TWO HALVES” | RITE OF SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL
Contemporaneous performs as part of the Rite of Summer Music Festival.
Saturday, August 12 at 1:00 PM & 3:00 PM
Free
Governors Island, Nolan Park, New York, NY

All About Jazz Reviews

English: Tyshawn Sorey at moers festival 2010

Source: All About Jazz.

Kanno – Poll – Pett – Shorr – MacDonald
Free Radicals (Leo Records)

Tyshawn Sorey
Verisimilitude (Pi Recordings)

Nicole Mitchell
Mandorla Awakening II: Emerging Worlds (Fpe Records)

Bill Frisell/Thomas Morgan
Small Town (ECM Records)

Dave Liebman/Joe Lovano
Compassion: The Music Of John Coltrane (Resonance Records)

Eloping With The Sun
Counteract This Turmoil Like Trees And Birds (Rogue Art)

Abdul Moimeme
Exosphere (Insubordinations Netlabel)

Eve Risser / Benjamin Duboc / Edward Perraud
En Corps Generation (Dark Tree Records)