Hafez Modirzadeh | In Chromodal Discourse

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In Chromodal Discourse

by Hafez Modirzadeh

\"In Chromodal Discourse\" (re-issued in 1996 by XDOT25 Productions) is Modirzadeh\'s first release with which he introduces a highly emotional, creative, and conceptual approach for two or more musical traditions to be integrated into one performance con
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Inflections
2:18 album only
2. Tetrapaths
13:16 album only
3. Excursions
8:54 album only
4. Night Witness
8:15 album only
5. Ritual Relics
2:52 album only
6. Echoes of Ancestors
2:09 album only
7. Mended Wings
3:12 album only
8. Infernal Tongues
2:42 album only
9. Spirits Undivided
4:27 album only
10. Adagio in Eb
6:51 album only
11. Yeganeh
8:31 album only
12. Reflections
4:03 album only


Album Notes
Hafez Modirzadeh is a tenor saxophonist and composer/theorist whose \"chromodal\" concept has resulted in a highly original approach to all realms of creative music, including jazz, improvised, and world music genres. Since 1983, Modirzadeh\'s work has personally crossed with the likes of Peter Apfelbaum, Anthony Braxton, Anthony Brown, Don Cherry, Ornette Coleman, Kenny Endo, Joe Henderson, Fred Ho, Zakir Hussein, Mark Izu, Danny Kalanduyan, Steve Lacy, Oliver Lake, James Newton, George Russell, Leo Smith, Omar Sosa, Akira Tana, Francis Wong, Mahmoud and Ramin Zoufonoun, among others. As Professor of Music at San Francisco State University, since 1998, Dr. Modirzadeh\'s research has included specific intercultural collaboration with musicians from Spain, Morocco, Egypt, India, Iran, Turkey, Mindanao, China, Japan, and Cuba.



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