Label: for T
Catalog ID: for T 01
Squidco Product Code: 5236
Country: The Netherlands
Packaging: Digipack, not sealed
Recording: Dick Lucas / DATA Records: Pleintheater - Amsterdam June 16 1997 / Bimhuis - Amsterdam September 13 1997
1-6 Gravitones: Augusto Forti - clarinet, voice, cyclophone
Felicity Provan - pocket trumpet, voice
Paul Pallesen - el. guitar
Ernst Glerum - double bass
Michael Vatcher - drums, musical saw // 7 Sounding Brass:Eric Boeren - cornet
Joost Buis - trombone
Martin Mayes - f.horn
Oren Marshall - tuba
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1. (Cat)atonic 6:22
2. (Dog)ma(Thematic) 8:44
3. Intra-Mondano-Montabile 6:49
4. Stree(to) 2:45
5. Statico 4:59
6. Empty-Fridge 3:00
7. Brasserie Cycle 2:29
8. T(40)One 2:34
9. B.O.A.M.O.S.M. 9:34
Related Categories of Interest:
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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"Clarinettist Augusto Forti, based in Amsterdam, has strong links with Dutch free improvisors. In the 80's he took composition classes with Misha Mengelberg. That surface at times, but Gravitones, despite their name serve up mainly light and affable blend of music for good times, sometimes redolent of funk an African pop, with touches of cabaret jazz. Sounding Brass, a quartet with Martin Mayes on French Horn and Oren Marshall on tuba, appear on three tracks, and shift the emphasis further towards Willem Breuker territory."-Julian Cowley, The Wire
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"Felicity Provan is an Australian jazz trumpeter, singer and -kornettistin.
Provan studied at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, where he was in Melbourne Improvisers Association active. She has worked with various jazz and improvisation ensemble, composed for dance and film projects and was 1985 Composer in Residence at the dance company Feats Unlimited.
In 1990 she moved to Amsterdam, where they u. A. With Curtis Clark , Corrie van Binsbergen , Ab Baars , Han Bennink , Sean Bergin , Michael Moore , Tobias Delius , Michael Vatcher and Jacques Palinckx worked. With her duo partner Belinda Moody she undertook a tour of Australia in 1993, in 1994 by the Netherlands.
In 1995 she worked as a singer in the project Worlds of Belgian saxophonist Erwin Vann with. Their composition was Dr Jasz at the Stadsschouwburg in Amsterdam by the performance artist in 1995 Teo Joling listed. With its Poe -Adaption tar to Feer she toured in 1998 by the Netherlands. In the same year she performed at Rajesh Mehta with dance theater project Monsoon.
She went with Rajesh Mehta Group Collective 3+ on, working with the group De Commotie and is a member of Joost Buis ' Famous Astro Notes. With the Canadian bassist Joe Williamson and the Australian percussionist Steve Heather , she founded in 1998, a trio, a quartet with drummer Chris Joris , the Australian pianist Walter lamp and the Dutch bassist Arnold Dooyeweerd she works in Belgium. "-https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Felicity_Provan&prev=search (Wikipedia Germany (translated to English))
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