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Steve Swell & Kende Dreams | Hommage À Bartòk

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Hommage À Bartòk

by Steve Swell & Kende Dreams

Trombonist Steve Swell's approach to a Bartók homage on Kende Dreams is a synthesis and it advisably leaves the encounter with the Hungarian a relatively loose and oblique affair.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Roswellian Folk Song
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2. For Will Connell Jr.
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3. After Sq4
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4. Attack of the Mikrokosmos
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5. Bartók Screams
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13:40 $1.99
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6. Lent-Oh!
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7. Ultima
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Album Notes
Rob Brown alto saxophone
Steve Swell trombone
Connie Crothers piano
William Parker bass
Chad Taylor drums

From John Corbett's liner notes:
« Trombonist Steve Swell's approach to a Bartók homage on Kende Dreams is a synthesis and it advisably leaves the encounter with the Hungarian a relatively loose and oblique affair, with specific points of convergence but an end product that feels more like it was inspired by the composer than obliged to adopt his methods. The seven tracks are creative music pitched at the highest level; as is that music's unalienable right, it absorbs and transforms things that it comes into contact with. So, unlike Milhaud's attempts to quote or characterize jazz, this is jazz eating and fully digesting modern classical music, turning it into something else completely. »
Chicago, April 2015

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