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Tyler Vander Maas Sax Quartet | Tvsq

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Tvsq

by Tyler Vander Maas Sax Quartet

Sophisticated compositions that combine raw intensity with a quirky spirit.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. One Step for Jazzkind
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2. After the Trane
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3. A Similar Path
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4. Syeeda's Song Flute
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5. Someday I May
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6. When the Saints Come Trompin' In
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7. Intrepid Harmony
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8. Melody for C
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
TVSQ is not a traditional saxophone quartet trying to play jazz. These are jazz musicians who know how to improvise on anything from a beautiful ballad to a nasty blues. The versatility of this group has provided me the opportunity to expand beyond the normal pallet of the saxophone quartet repertoire by using swing and extended improvised sections.

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via Dave Sumner @ eMusic

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" As far as sax quartets go, this one creates an astoundingly textured palette. Way more attention to the harmonic elements than the interplay of honks and skronks. Some very pretty moments, and some thrilling ones, too, like the transition between herky-jerky march and soft cooing on “Syeeda’s Song Flute,” and the switch from low moan to bright trills and cries on “After the Trane.” Young group out of Lansing, Michigan, and a promising start to their careers."
-Dave Sumner
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