Nathan Hanson & Brian Roessler | Bellfounding

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Bellfounding

by Nathan Hanson & Brian Roessler

Improvised music that is at turns lyrical, bombastic, and ethereally expansive - accessible to the curious, while being challenging to the performers and listeners.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Closing The Door
5:24 album only
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2. Early Spring Is Still Cold
5:37 album only
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3. Let the Sea Pass Through
3:01 album only
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4. Shadowing Grass
2:08 album only
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5. Bells
4:30 album only
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6. Strickle Core Cope and Drag
1:01 album only
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7. Take Steps and Walk
3:49 album only
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8. Sweep Away the Tracks
3:38 album only
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9. In The Middle of the Stream
1:16 album only
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10. Circle About Beneath Trees
7:35 album only
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11. Rain's Stopped But Drops Go On Dripping
4:20 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A limited edition of 50. Printed and numbered by hand.

Nathan Hanson - Saxophones
Brian Roessler - Double Bass

Recording & Mixing: Brian Roessler
Artistic direction: Jean Rochard (courtesy of disques nato)
Design and printing: Cork Leg Nelson

Nathan Hanson and Brian Roessler have been musical partners for fifteen years. In that time they have developed a unique musical sympathy and symbiosis. As a duo they create music that is at turns lyrical, bombastic, and ethereally expansive - accessible to the curious, while being challenging to the performers and listeners. In addition to their duo work they have performed with many different individuals and ensembles including Didier Petit, Douglas Ewart, Carei Thomas, Alden Ikeda, Chris Thomson, Peter Leggett, Fly Manifesto, and Fantastic Merlins, their current quartet with drummer Pete Hennig and cellist Matt Turner.

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