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Riviere Composers' Pool: Summer Works 2009 [3 CDs] (Emanem)

Bassist Kent Carter chose the ensemble of two string and two wind players from amongst the most experienced musicians in Europe to record the studio and live compositions in this exceptional 3 CD set.
 

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Liner notes from Etienne Rolin and Martin Davidson, CDs sleeves include recording data and color photos of the artists.

UPC: 5030243530120

Label: Emanem
Catalog ID: 5301
Squidco Product Code: 13302

Format: 3 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2010
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold 3 Panels
Disk A was recorded on August 27th by Mathieu Trouve and Cyrille Briere. Disk B was recorded on september 14th by Kent Carter and on August 28th by Mathieu Trouve and Cyrille Briere. Disk C was recorded on August 28th by Mathieu Trouve and Cyrille Briere.


Personnel:

Disk A:

Theo Jorgensmann-clarinet

Albrecht Maurer-violin, viola

Kent Carter-doublebass

Disk B:

Etienne Rolin-clarinet, basset horn, alto flute

Kent Carter-doublebass

Theo Jorgensman-clarinet

Etienne Rolin-clarinet, basset horn, alto flute

Albrecht Maurer-violin, viola

Kent Carter-doublebass

Disk C:

Theo Jorgensman-clarinet

Etienne Rolin-clarinet, basset horn, alto flute

Albrecht Maurer-violin, viola

Kent Carter-doublebass

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track listing:


Disk A:



1. Ways of Moving 4:50

2. Spaces 4:30

3. Horizon 3:30

4. Persistent 3:54

5. Pinwheel 3:50

6. Music for a Ghost Story 4:53

7. Dance To This 7:43

8. Suite of Actions 9:05

9. Pilgrimage For Two 2:49

10. Up and Away 5:06



Disk B:



1. Hi 4:49

2. Sky Cry 6:22

3. And What Is This? 1:48

4. Folksong 6:03

5. Eye For I 3:47

6. Alto Flute Story 7:11

7. By 4:23

8. part one 9:58

9. part two 7:38

10. part three (clarinet / flute duo) 2:47

11. part four 4:03

12. part five 2:35

13. part six 4:35

14. part seven 6:15



Disk C:



1. first movement 29:22

2. second movement 14:52

3. third movement 9:07

4. fourth movement 5:57




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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"The meeting of four of the most experienced musicians in Europe, all of whom have worked with each other in various groups, except that this was the first time that Jorgensmann and Rolin had met. The totally improvised music shows their individual strengths as well as their ability to work together. The first CD contains the results of a studio session that was the first time that Carter, Jorgensmann and Maurer had worked as a trio. On the following day, the quartet played a concert, which can be heard on the third CD. They also made some music, preserved on the second CD, just before the concert. The rest of the second CD contains the results of a later studio duo session by Carter and Rolin. It was not originally intended to issue a 3-CD set, but even though some editing took place in all four groups of recordings, there was still far too much superb music to fit onto just 2 CDs - so be prepared for three hours of excellence."-Emanem


Liner notes from Etienne Rolin and Martin Davidson, CDs sleeves include recording data and color photos of the artists.

Artist Biographies:

"Kent Carter (born June 14, 1939 in Hanover, New Hampshire, USA. Carter studied several instruments before settling on bass. In the late 50s-early 60s, he studied at Berklee College Of Music, played with Lowell Davidson, and in New York with Jazz Composers Orchestra. From the mid-60s he was in Europe with artists including as Barry Altschul, Derek Bailey, Han Bennink, Carla Bley, Paul Bley, Bobby Bradford, Don Cherry, Steve Lacy, Michael Mantler, Enrico Rava, Max Roach, Roswell Rudd and Mal Waldron. During the 70s he continued his association with Lacy, was with John Stevens' Spontaneous Music Ensemble, TOK, a trio with Takashi Kako and Oliver Johnson, and formed his own trio with Carlos Zingaro and François Dreno.

By the 80s, Carter had relocated to France, teaching at the Beaux Art School, Angouleme, and with his wife forming MAD, a music, arts and dance studio. He worked in Detail, with Frode Gjerstad and Stevens, Project, with Karl Berger, Claude Bernard, Klaus Kugel, Charlie Mariano and Albrecht Maurer, and Voyage, with Beñat Achiary and David Holmes. Carter has also played with Billy Bang, Petras Vysniauskas, Theo Jorgensmann, Andreas Willers and Eckard Koltermann. Carter composes for theatre and film, and performs internationally."

-All Music (http://www.allmusic.com/artist/kent-carter-mn0000086603/biography)
6/13/2017

"Kent Carter (born June 14, 1939 in Hanover, New Hampshire, USA. Carter studied several instruments before settling on bass. In the late 50s-early 60s, he studied at Berklee College Of Music, played with Lowell Davidson, and in New York with Jazz Composers Orchestra. From the mid-60s he was in Europe with artists including as Barry Altschul, Derek Bailey, Han Bennink, Carla Bley, Paul Bley, Bobby Bradford, Don Cherry, Steve Lacy, Michael Mantler, Enrico Rava, Max Roach, Roswell Rudd and Mal Waldron. During the 70s he continued his association with Lacy, was with John Stevens' Spontaneous Music Ensemble, TOK, a trio with Takashi Kako and Oliver Johnson, and formed his own trio with Carlos Zingaro and François Dreno.

By the 80s, Carter had relocated to France, teaching at the Beaux Art School, Angouleme, and with his wife forming MAD, a music, arts and dance studio. He worked in Detail, with Frode Gjerstad and Stevens, Project, with Karl Berger, Claude Bernard, Klaus Kugel, Charlie Mariano and Albrecht Maurer, and Voyage, with Beñat Achiary and David Holmes. Carter has also played with Billy Bang, Petras Vysniauskas, Theo Jorgensmann, Andreas Willers and Eckard Koltermann. Carter composes for theatre and film, and performs internationally."

-All Music (http://www.allmusic.com/artist/kent-carter-mn0000086603/biography)
6/13/2017

"Kent Carter (born June 14, 1939 in Hanover, New Hampshire, USA. Carter studied several instruments before settling on bass. In the late 50s-early 60s, he studied at Berklee College Of Music, played with Lowell Davidson, and in New York with Jazz Composers Orchestra. From the mid-60s he was in Europe with artists including as Barry Altschul, Derek Bailey, Han Bennink, Carla Bley, Paul Bley, Bobby Bradford, Don Cherry, Steve Lacy, Michael Mantler, Enrico Rava, Max Roach, Roswell Rudd and Mal Waldron. During the 70s he continued his association with Lacy, was with John Stevens' Spontaneous Music Ensemble, TOK, a trio with Takashi Kako and Oliver Johnson, and formed his own trio with Carlos Zingaro and François Dreno.

By the 80s, Carter had relocated to France, teaching at the Beaux Art School, Angouleme, and with his wife forming MAD, a music, arts and dance studio. He worked in Detail, with Frode Gjerstad and Stevens, Project, with Karl Berger, Claude Bernard, Klaus Kugel, Charlie Mariano and Albrecht Maurer, and Voyage, with Beñat Achiary and David Holmes. Carter has also played with Billy Bang, Petras Vysniauskas, Theo Jorgensmann, Andreas Willers and Eckard Koltermann. Carter composes for theatre and film, and performs internationally."

-All Music (http://www.allmusic.com/artist/kent-carter-mn0000086603/biography)
6/13/2017

"Kent Carter (born June 14, 1939 in Hanover, New Hampshire, USA. Carter studied several instruments before settling on bass. In the late 50s-early 60s, he studied at Berklee College Of Music, played with Lowell Davidson, and in New York with Jazz Composers Orchestra. From the mid-60s he was in Europe with artists including as Barry Altschul, Derek Bailey, Han Bennink, Carla Bley, Paul Bley, Bobby Bradford, Don Cherry, Steve Lacy, Michael Mantler, Enrico Rava, Max Roach, Roswell Rudd and Mal Waldron. During the 70s he continued his association with Lacy, was with John Stevens' Spontaneous Music Ensemble, TOK, a trio with Takashi Kako and Oliver Johnson, and formed his own trio with Carlos Zingaro and François Dreno.

By the 80s, Carter had relocated to France, teaching at the Beaux Art School, Angouleme, and with his wife forming MAD, a music, arts and dance studio. He worked in Detail, with Frode Gjerstad and Stevens, Project, with Karl Berger, Claude Bernard, Klaus Kugel, Charlie Mariano and Albrecht Maurer, and Voyage, with Beñat Achiary and David Holmes. Carter has also played with Billy Bang, Petras Vysniauskas, Theo Jorgensmann, Andreas Willers and Eckard Koltermann. Carter composes for theatre and film, and performs internationally."

-All Music (http://www.allmusic.com/artist/kent-carter-mn0000086603/biography)
6/13/2017

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