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Spring Roll (Helary / Mayot / Rayon / Lemetre / Davis): Episodes

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 27347
Catalog Code: CF517CD
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $14.95



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Picking up from flutist Sylvaine Helary's 2015 Ayler release "Spring Roll/Printemps", this evolved album of chamber jazz performed with Hugues Mayot on saxophone & clarinet, Antonin Rayon on piano & Moog, Sylvain Lemetre on vibes & percussions, and Kris Davis on piano, presents sophisticated compositions from Helary, Davis, Rayon Dan Blake, and Matt Mitchell.


Risser, Eve / White Desert Orchestra: Les Deux Versants Se Regardent

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 23098
Catalog Code: CF399CD
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $14.95



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Pianist and composer Eve Risser wrote this work after a mystical experience in Bryce Canyon, Utah, adding a choir to her 10-piece orchestra, balancing big band and chamber orchestra through instrumentation and approach, creating a complex and fulfilling journey in sound.


Edelin's, Michel Flute Fever Orchestra with special guest Nicole Mitchell: Kalamania [2 CDs]

Label: RogueArt
Product Code: 22644
Catalog Code: Rog-0070
Country: France
 
Price: $23.95



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French flutist Michel Edelin leads this 6-piece band named in honor of Jeremy Steig, with 4 flutists including Sylvaine Helary, Ludivine Issambourg, and Nicole Mitchell, plus John Betsch (drums) and Peter Giron (bass) in exceptional, unexpected and inclusive approaches to improv.


Helary, Sylvaine : Spring Roll / Printemps [2 CDs]

Label: Ayler
Product Code: 20868
Catalog Code: aylCD-144-145
Country: France
 
Price: $24.95



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A hybrid of theater, music, sound poetry and political manifesto from Sylvaine Helary, focused on the "Arab Spring" in Egypt, using intertwining words and voices around the quartet performances of Hugues Mayot, Sylvain Lemetre, Antonin Rayon and Sylvaine Helary.