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Trio Sowari: Durrant / Denzler / Beins
Three Dances

Trio Sowari: Durrant / Denzler / Beins: Three Dances (Potlatch)
Label: Potlatch    
Released in: France    


"Phil Durrant is one of the most important improvisers in Europe, yet one rarely encounters his name with anywhere near the frequency (or admiration). Part of a generation of players who, like saxophonist John Butcher, are highly influenced by the first wave of British free improvisation (not just Parker and Bailey, but John Stevens' Spontaneous Music Ensemble), Durrant has also served as a key link between this style of improvisation and the newer styles of post-AMM improvisation. His projects are too numerous to list, but it is significant that this fine trio - Durrant (who leaves his violin in its case in favor of software sampler, synthesizer, and electronic treatments), tenor saxophonist Bertrand Denzler and percussionist Burkhard Beins - has chosen to name itself after Durrant's 1996 solo recording on Acta. That disc represented one of Durrant's earliest reconsiderations of his instrument and improvisational style, a register of his ongoing musical courage. And while this trio music isn't exactly a wholesale reconceptualization, it is nonetheless a powerful document that focuses its energies in a provocative way."-Jason Bivins, Dusted Magazine




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Improvised Music
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European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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Product Information:

UPC: 3700078412725

Label: Potlatch
Catalog ID: P105
Squidco Product Code: 5154

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2005
Country: France
Packaging: Jewel tray, not sealed.
Recorded at "La Muse en Circuit" on November 21, 2004

Personnel:

Phil Durrant-software sampler, synth, treatments

Bertrand Denzler-tenor saxophone

Burkhard Beins-percussion & objects

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Track Listing:

1. Rondo 15:46

2. Bolero 11:04

3. Tumble 25:22