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Four Plus Three

by Kate Williams

Jazz piano trio with string quartet
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Love for Sale
4:24 $1.10
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2. Portrait in Black and White (Zingaro)
4:46 $1.10
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3. Eleven Tonal
4:08 $1.10
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4. Chance
2:54 $1.10
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5. Storm Before Calm
3:50 $1.10
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6. B Minor Waltz
3:27 $1.10
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7. Walkin' Up
2:32 $1.10
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8. Seven Across
4:24 $1.10
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9. Orchid Avenues
2:21 $1.10
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10. Big Shoes
3:42 $1.10
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11. Twilight's Last Blink
5:43 $1.10
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Kate Williams' Four Plus Three is a new collaboration between acclaimed jazz pianist/composer Kate Williams and the Guastalla string quartet.
Kate first met violinists John Garner and Marie Schreer, the co-leaders of the quartet, whilst working on Bill Evans And The Impressionists at the 2014 Guildhall Jazz Festival. The programme featured works by piano legend Bill Evans which Williams arranged for her jazz trio and full orchestra. 
The repertoire for this new project includes material by Bill Evans, Cole Porter and A.C. Jobim as well as originals by Williams. The style of writing and arranging  exploits the varied sound pallet of both string quartet and jazz trio, creating contrasts between the improvised and the notated, and between sustained textures and strong grooves.  As with her previous arranging ventures, Kate is seeking a fully integrated approach (this is definitely not a jazz trio with string accompaniment!), as this line-up provides a wealth of interesting instrumental sonorities. 
Featuring:
Kate Williams - piano
Oli Hayhurst - double bass
David Ingamells - drums
John Garner - violin
Marie Schreer - violin
Miguel Rodriguez  - viola
Sergio Serra - cello

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