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Dick, Robert / John Wolf Brennan / Daniele Patumi : Aurealis (Les Disques Victo)

"This trio allies the spirited lightness of the Italian scene with the pastoral feel of the Swiss. Italian bassist Daniele Patumi and Swiss pianist John Wolf Brennan already played together in Pago Libre, an ensemble sharing a lot of af...
 

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Label: Les Disques Victo
Catalog ID: CD 052
Squidco Product Code: 24009

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 1997
Country: Canada
Packaging: Jewel Case

Personnel:

Daniele Patumi-double bass

Robert Dick-flutes

John Wolf Brennan-piano

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track listing:


1. Panorama 4:39

2. A From U 5:56

3. The Peacock 6:08

4. Tarradiddle 7:30

5. Stellar Nursery: A/Aldebaran B/Betelgeuse C/Canopus /Dephinus E/Eridan 9:48

6. Chi 11:32

7. We Want That Owl 3:55

8. Steppes 2:05

9. Which Craft 2:28

10. Peace For Now 3:27

11. Bonsai 2:33
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May 2017
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"This trio allies the spirited lightness of the Italian scene with the pastoral feel of the Swiss. Italian bassist Daniele Patumi and Swiss pianist John Wolf Brennan already played together in Pago Libre, an ensemble sharing a lot of affinities with Aurealis which almost feels like a side project. American flutist Robert Dick constituted the surprise factor here, but his approach is in perfect symbiosis with his partners. The track list alternates free improvisations with compositions. The former tend to be more contemplative and spiritual (like Brennan's CD Pipelines), while the latter barely contain an exuberant joie de vivre. "A From U," "Tarradiddle," and "Chi" are bouncy, light pieces. If it weren't for the audacious harmonies, one could almost mistake them for pieces by the acoustic jazz group Oregon. Only "Stellar Nursery," a suite of six short improvisations, becomes more serious and overtly cerebral. "We Want That Owl!," "Steppes," and "Which Craft?," three two-to-threeminute improvs, illustrate all possible duo combinations. Aurealis is much easier to listen to than Brennan's more challenging Momentum trio. And Dick's fluttering flute is a delight to hear. Recommended."- Francois Couture, All Music


 
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