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Ascendant

by Greg Sinibaldi & Jesse Canterbury

Two bass clarinets recorded in a two-million gallon cistern
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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1. Wade
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2. Second Thoughts
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3. Two or Three Back, and Around
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4. Beside Ourselves
Greg Sinibaldi & Jesse Canterbury
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5. Ugly Beauty
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6. If You Look to Close
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7. Not Forever, Just for Now
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8. Web of Lies
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9. Hold This
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10. Dreaming in Two Million
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Album Notes
On Prefecture Music’s 2014 release Ascendant, reedmen Greg Sinibaldi and Jesse Canterbury craft music of exquisite beauty in a truly unique sonic environment. An album of solos and duos mostly on bass clarinets is transformed into an other-worldly symphony thanks to the contributions of the space: the Dan Harpole Cistern, a two-million gallon cylindrical concrete tank, originally constructed as an emergency water supply for fire control for nearby Fort Worden. The 45-second reverb decay deconstructs and reshapes the duo’s sound in unpredictable and magnificent ways, creating and accentuating resonances reminiscent of Gregorian chant or pipe organ. While each instrument retains its inherent character, each is covered in shadows – heard from a distance yet at arm’s reach.

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