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Open Fields

by Hadar Noiberg

Open Fields is the new CD from Hadar Noiberg, a ‘Power Trio’- tight, and full of groove and passion. The unique instrumentation of flute, double bass and drums allows sliding in and out of Jazz improvisation with Middle Eastern and North African rhythms.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. I See the Light
7:04 $1.50
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2. Doors Wide Open
3:34 $1.50
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3. Nova Scotia
6:45 $1.50
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4. Open Fields
4:49 $1.50
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5. My Big Why
5:06 $1.50
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6. Na’ama
7:18 $1.50
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7. Rockin’ the Boat
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8. Triste
2:56 $1.50
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9. Time to Let Go
5:26 $1.50
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
ASCAP award winning flutist and composer, Hadar Noiberg’s NY based trio has had tremendous success performing at major festivals and venues in Europe, USA, Canada, Taiwan and Israel. Open Fields is Hadar Noiberg’s Third album as a bandleader and features her compositions for her trio- double bass, drums and Flute. Noiberg fuses styles seamlessly. Flowing between Jazz and World Music, she has established herself as a new innovative voice in the Jazz and World Music scenes nationally and internationally.

Noiberg’s trio is a ‘Power Trio’- tight, full of groove and passion. The daring and unique instrumentation of flute, double bass and drums allows sliding in and out of Jazz improvisation and western harmonies with Middle Eastern and North African rhythms and semitones. The music of the new album is fresh, spunky and boundary pushing-blending simple «folky» melodies with intense development, soloing and communication.

Indeed, with a language that transcends her Middle Eastern roots, Hadar seamlessly fuses styles reminiscent of many different cultures making her voice a highly distinctive and innovative one.

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