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SFQ (Simon Fell Quartet): Four Compositions [2 CDs] (Red Toucan)

Bassist Simon Fell presents two SFQ projects, "Three Quintets" with Alex Ward (clarinet), Gail Brand (trombone), Alex Maguire (piano) and Steve Noble (drums); and the Liverpool Quartet with Alex Ward, Guy Llewellyn (french horn) and Mark Sanders (drums & electronics).
 

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UPC: 777078911766

Label: Red Toucan
Catalog ID: RT 9326
Squidco Product Code: 18037

Format: 2 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2004
Country: Canada
Packaging: 2 CDs in a single Jewel tray
Recorded at Gateway Studio, Kingston-upon-Thames, UK in March 2003 by Steve Lowe. Recorded at the Bluecoat Centre, Liverpool, UK on January 31st, 2004 by Chris Trent.


Personnel:

Alex Ward-clarinet

Gail Brand-trombone

Alex Maguire-piano

Simon H. Fell-doublebass

Steve Noble-drums

Guy Llewellyn-french horn

Mark Sanders-drums, electronics

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track listing:


CD 1

1. Composition No. 50: Koln Klang 9:53

2. Composition No. 40.5d: Trapped By Formalism 2 12:41

3. Composition No. 62b: Gruppen Modulor 2 24:14

CD 2

1. Liverpool 1a 7:52

2. Liverpool 1b 5:08

3. GM2 Blues 7:32

4. Quartet 7:44

5. Liverpool 2 6:39

6. GM3 Rhythm 5:07

7. Kandinsky Lines 4:55




Related Categories of Interest:


Improvised Music
Jazz
Free Improvisation
European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
London & UK Free Improvisation Scene
Septet recordings

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descriptions, reviews, &c.
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"The pieces on these two CDs were originally conceived as two separate albums, being the second and third recorded instalments of my SFQ project (the first being Thirteen Rectangles, Bruce's Fingers 2002). But when Michel Passaretti of Red Toucan told me he wanted to release both recordings as a double album, I was of course delighted - although I wasn't sure in which order we should programme the two performances. In the end, I decided on a chronological arrangement, so SFQ2 follows SFQ1; but I would encourage listeners to feel free to treat the two discs as two separate albums, or the four pieces as discrete works, as their own preference suggests.

As will be clear, the two discs present many significant differences, although there are also links between the two (not least the recurrence of some thematic material). By the time we recorded Three Quintets, much of the material I was preparing for SFQ1 was growing increasingly involved and it was becoming difficult to realise it within the parameters of the underfunded UK improv/jazz scene; SFQ2 was an attempt to bring into being a somewhat similar music, but with far fewer demands on both the musicians' time and patience, and the non-existent rehearsal budget. So for SFQ2's first performance (documented here) I realised a group of compositions which, although still within the language I wished to explore, were less specific than those for SFQ1, and with a slightly different stylistic objective (see below).I hope listeners will find both these recordings interesting, and their different approaches complementary. My aim here has been to explore various ways in which music of this type might be made - but I'm not suggesting any of the approaches documented here represent "the answer"!

Finally, as with any such project, these ideas and this music would be meaningless without the spirited and generous contribution of my collaborating musicians. I'd like to extend my sincere thanks to everyone who appears on this record, and who made these performances possible; plus thanks to Steve Lowe and Chris Trent for the excellent documentation of our work.

The Compositions

Köln Klang was given its first performance by the London Improvisers Orchestra in September 1999. A very simple piece, containing only 12 text instructions, Köln Klang is unusual in my work in that it is semi-programmatic in character, inspired by and partly depicting the soundworld of a hotel bedroom in Köln on the morning of Sunday 5th September 1999, and written on the plane back to London that afternoon (then performed by the orchestra that evening! So sometimes things do happen quickly after all....) This quintet version was prepared for SFQ1 in March 2001.

Trapped By Formalism 2 could almost represent the opposite pole to Köln Klang, since it is probably the most notation-intensive piece in the quintet's repertoire. Its predecessor Trapped By Formalism (for septet) was composed in 1996, and first performed at the Purcell Room in London in June '96; subsequent versions include significant re-compositions for big band and for trio, as well as this new quintet version of the piece prepared in 2001 (and first performed in November of that year). The piece is essentially an investigation of/musing upon the "formalistic" tendencies of post-war European modernism, tendencies which often seem to provide a rich vein of accusation for distressed "music lovers" (and - incidentally - totalitarian regimes....). Built from small - almost aphoristic - fragments, the piece contains many dislocations and interruptions, with the odd unexpected diversion to different (but similar) material, and remains non-developmental throughout. This recipe may sound daunting to both musician and listener alike, and indeed this piece has presented many difficulties in performance; but I find TBF's icy inflexibility interesting and stimulating, although of course it resists the comfortable gratification of more "engaging" music. Although the title was (as far as I remember) taken from Shostakovich's accusers, the piece is actually dedicated to the young Pierre Boulez, who in my own youth I found inspiringly (if uncomprehendably) cerebral; careful listeners with worryingly obsessive tendencies will notice many Boulez quotations scattered through the score. The fact that the composition of this piece never seems to be finished also reinforces its Boulez connections...

Gruppen Modulor 2 is one in a series of pieces which draw on my preparatory studies for Compilation IV (a large-scale ensemble work currently in progress). These studies have included a long series of melodies composed according to various principles (including proportional relationships derived from the works of Stockhausen, George Russell and Le Corbusier) which will form much of the raw material for the finished work. Along the way, several satellite works have come into being, including Gruppen Modulor 2 in early 2003 (given its first performance by SFQ1 on 13th March 2003). As with all my recent work, the piece explores relationships between clusters of notated material and improvisation, "pulse playing" or other notated clusters. But the "melodic" origination of the GM series in general has tended to result in a rather free-flowing approach to composition; whilst the melodic lines themselves explore many different types of mathematical structuring relationships (especially in terms of rhythm), they also contain many free choices. The subsequent combinations and relationships of "melodic" material with "accompaniment" material have also been relatively freely decided, in a manner which possibly brings this piece nearer to modern jazz than much of my work with the quintet; but not too near, I hope... The piece is dedicated to George Russell.

Liverpool Quartet was written in late 2003/early 2004, for the concert documented here. The piece has its roots in a more dispassionate, neo-classical (and less jazz orientated) soundworld than SFQ1, and the writing of Liverpools 1 & 2 and Kandinsky Lines reflects my growing interest in the music of both Harrison Birtwistle and Igor Stravinsky. In particular the ritualistic, inflexible and non-expressive qualities of certain pieces which I had previously discounted have started to exert a new fascination for me; in the context of this kind of composition, improvisation can resemble an unbearably rich vein of precious material, enriching but simultaneously disfiguring impassive granite blocks. At least this was one starting point for this work, and I've found the results interesting, challenging and stimulating - also enjoyable, although I do not regard this as a prerequisite for "successful" work. The use of the two Compilation IV melodies arranged here (GM2 Blues and GM3 Rhythm) continues through from the repertoire of SFQ1, although they appear in a different form. Whilst in Gruppen Modulor 2 I was interested in using the forms of these pieces to generate expressive intensity, here the melodic information is "greyed out" and becomes a series of disconnected arcane ceremonies overlaying and interrupting the matrix of improvisation. So although the desiccated textures and monochromatic intensity of this music may prove disconcerting, I hope at least some listeners will approach - and enjoy - this music in the spirit in which it was intended..."-Simon H. Fell, from the liner notes


Artist Biographies:

"Alex Ward was born in 1974. He is a composer, improviser, and performing musician. His primary instruments are clarinet and guitar, and he has also performed in public and on recordings on alto sax, piano/keyboards, bass guitar, and as a vocalist. He was based in Oxford from 1992-2000, and since then has lived in London.

His involvement in freely improvised music dates back to 1986, when he met the guitarist Derek Bailey. As an improviser, he was initially principally a clarinettist (sometimes also playing alto sax), but since 2000 he has also been active as an improvising guitarist. On both instruments, hIs longest-standing collaborations in this field have been with the drummer Steve Noble.

From 1993 to 2001, most of his activity as a composer took place in collaboration with Benjamin Hervé, mainly in the context of the rock band Camp Blackfoot. From 2002-2005, his writing was mostly done solo, and was primarily focused on songs. Since 2006, he has been heavily involved in both solo and collaborative composition, predominantly (though not exclusively) of instrumental music. Much of his writing and performing during this time has been done with Dead Days Beyond Help, a duo with drummer Jem Doulton. He also currently leads a number of bands including Predicate, Forebrace, The Alex Ward Quintet/Sextet, and Alex Ward & The Dead Ends.

He has been a member of many other groups including ensembles led by Eugene Chadbourne, Simon H. Fell and Duck Baker, and has also done various work as a session musician and in collaboration with other media. Since 2005, he has co-run the label Copepod Records with composer/performer Luke Barlow. He does the recording, mixing and/or mastering of most of his own music, and for many of the groups he plays in."

-Sites.Google.com (https://sites.google.com/site/alexwardmusician/biography)
6/13/2017

Simon H. Fell (b. Dewsbury, Yorkshire, 13 January 1959) is a bassist and composer; he is primarily known for his work as a free improviser and the composer of ambitiously complex post-serialist works.

Fell began playing double bass in 1973. From 1978 to 1981 he read English Literature at Fitzwilliam College of Cambridge University,[1] an interest that led to ties to many of the poets associated with the Cambridge scene (a later work, Music for 10(0), involves settings of texts by the poet/music journalist/provocateur Ben Watson).

Fell's most notable early group was a group with drummer Paul Hession and saxophonist Alan Wilkinson, a free-jazz trio that was exceedingly fast and furious even by the standards of that genre. Their work was primarily released as cassettes and CDs on Fell's label Bruce's Fingers, including Bogey's and the group's only studio album, foom! foom! Their most sonically extreme statement, however, was the grainily recorded The Horrors of Darmstadt (Shock). (Its title is a sarcastic quotation from a BBC announcer concerning the avant-garde Darmstadt School of composers.)

Other groups in which Fell is or was a member include the free jazz trio Badland (led by saxophonist Simon Rose; initially the drummer was Mark Sanders, with Steve Noble subsequently taking over the role), the improvising string+percussion ensemble ZFP (with Carlos Zingaro, Marcio Mattos and Mark Sanders), and SFQ, a quartet/quintet with changing membership, though clarinettist Alex Ward has been a constant. (Fell's 2001 version of his 70-minute SFQ composition Thirteen Rectangles was broadcast twice by the BBC and subsequently nominated for the 'new work' award in the 2002 BBC Jazz Awards.) In sharp contrast to the uproar of Hession/Wilkinson/Fell, the trio IST (with Rhodri Davies and Mark Wastell) was one of the seminal groups in the development of the ultra-quiet aesthetic now generally called "EAI" or "electroacoustic improvisation". Fell has also performed in many other ensembles, including the London Improvisers Orchestra and Derek Bailey's Company Week.

Fell's major sequence of compositions is titled Compilation (to date, four such projects have been issued). Despite the governing title, these are not collections of previous material but new, large-scale works. The musical language makes overt use of serialist procedures (such as tone rows, retrograde structures, &c), as well as many other techniques: extensive studio layering, overdubbing and reordering of material (so that seemingly "live" performances may be the result of carefully edited-together improvisations and/or notated material), and use of aleatoric techniques to "degrade" or distort precomposed structures into new shapes. Free improvisation, rock and jazz all form key parts of the musical language; one section of Compilation IV even includes a simultaneous hommage to Karlheinz Stockhausen and Henry Mancini. The cast of musicians drawn on for these pieces usually includes a mix of classically trained players, jazzers and free improvising musicians, as well as wild cards like the noise guitarist Stefan Jaworzyn. While virtuoso players such as Evan Parker and John Butcher are essential to the projects, Fell often deliberately makes use of amateur or student musicians, too, not as a makeshift but as an intentionally democratizing and less predictable element.

Other large-scale composition projects include:

• his compositions for The London Improvisers' Orchestra (Papers, Happy Families, Kšln Klang, Ellington 100 (Strayhorn 85), Morton's Mobile, Too Busy and Three Mondrians) (1998-2004)
• Kaleidozyklen, a 60-minute piece for improvising double bassist and orchestra (2000)
• Thirteen New Inventions, a major solo piano piece commissioned by Philip Thomas (2005)
• the concert-length BBC Radio 3 commission, Positions & Descriptions (for 18 musicians & prerecorded materials), premiered at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (2007)
• a 1-hour suite for sextet, The Ragging Of Time, commissioned by the Marsden Jazz Festival (2014)
-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_Fell)
6/14/2017

"Steve Noble is London's leading drummer, a fearless and constantly inventive improviser whose super-precise, ultra-propulsive and hyper-detailed playing has galvanized encounters with Derek Bailey, Matthew Shipp, Ishmael Wadada Leo Smith, Stephen O'Malley, Joe McPhee, Alex Ward, Rhodri Davies and many, many more.

In the early eighties, Noble played with the Nigerian master drummer Elkan Ogunde, Rip Rig and Panic, Brion Gysin and the Bow Gamelan Ensemble, before going on to work with the pianist Alex Maguire and with Derek Bailey (including Company Weeks 1987, 89 and 90). He was featured in the Bailey's excellent TV series on Improvisation for Channel 4 based on his book 'Improvisation; its nature and practise'. He has toured and performed throughout Europe, Africa and America and currently leads the groups N.E.W (with John Edwards and Alex Ward) and DECOY (with John Edwards and Alexander Hawkins)."

-https://www.cafeoto.co.uk/artists/steve-noble/ (Cafe Oto Website)
6/13/2017

"Mark Sanders has played with many renowned musicians including Roscoe Mitchell, Wadada Leo Smith, Derek Bailey, Henry Grimes, Roswell Rudd, Peter Brotzmann, Barry Guy, Otomo Yoshihide, Jah Wobble, Sidsel Endresen , Charles Gayle, Peter Evans and William Parker. He works with John Edwards in a duo and with groups including Evan Parker, `Foils` with Frank Paul Schubert and Matthius Muller and groups with Veryan Weston, John Tilbury, Agusti Fernandez and Mathew Shipp. Mark works in a regular improvising duo with John Butcher and also performing John`s composition `Tarab Cuts` which has played festivals in Rio de Janiero, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Glasgow, Bristol and London. In a trio with cellist Okkyung Lee, John and Mark have played in Belgium, France, England and Scotland. He also has a longstanding duo with Sarah Gail Brand which has featured on the BBC`s `The Stuart Lee Show`and in the film `Taking the dog for a Walk`.

He has performed solo for a Christian Marclay exhibition at The White Cube Gallery in London, Evan Parker`s festival`Unwhitstable` in Wroclaw, Poland for `Solos Festival` The 100 Years Gallery London, an improvised music series in Derby and Cafe Oto in London. Working with Christian Marclay in his `Everyday` piece for film and live music, he has performed in Aldeburgh, Ruhr Trienalle, Vienna Bienalle, Holland festival and London`s QEH and has also collaborated with him playing for the film `Screenplay`in London and Lisbon. In situations using composition in one form or another Mark works in various projects including `13 Vices` with Brian Irvine/Jennifer Walshe, Alex Hawkins Ensemble featuring Peter Evans, Simon Fell Ensembe, groups with Hasse Poulsen and Luc Ex , Sarah Sarhandi`s `Both Universe`, Elaine Mitchener`s `Sweet Tooth` and has played in the groups of Shabaka Hutchings including`Sons of Kemet` Conceptual Artist Sam Belinfante collaborated with Mark in his piece `On the One Hand, and the Other` in two exhibitions at Camden Arts Centre, London For Conceptual artist Henrik Hakensen`s film `The End` he has performed as an improvising soloist with orchestras conductedd by Jessica Cottis, playing the music of John Coxon in Glasgow, Sydney and Monte Carlo As a guest with New York`s ICE Ensemble he has performed John Zorn`s `The Tempest` in London and at Huddersfield New Music Festival.

Mark also works in the groups of Paul Dunmall including Deep Whole Trio with Paul Rogers, in duo and `Frisque Concordance` with Georg Graewe , and the ensembles of Mikolaj Trzaska, Uwe Oberg and Peter Jaquemyn. He has performed in the USA, Canada, Brazil, Japan, Morrocco, South Africa, Australia, Mozambique and Turkey, playing at many major festivals including Nickelsdorf, Riga, Ulrichsburg, Glastonbury, Womad, Vancouver, Isle of Wight, Roskilde, Berlin Jazz days, FMP, Mulhouse, Luz, Minniapolis, Banlieue Bleues, Son D`hiver and Hurta Cordel."

-Mark Sanders Website (http://www.marksanders.me.uk/biography.html)
6/14/2017

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