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Courvoisier, Sylvie / Mark Feldman: Time Gone Out

Label: Intakt
Product Code: 27443
Catalog Code: INT326
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $17.95



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At around 20 years of collaboration, the duo of pianist Sylvie Courvoisier and violinist Mark Feldman has redefined the dialog between European and American approaches to improvisation and composition, bridging traditional and modern approaches, here in a studio album of power and restraint, energy and fragility, discipline and freedom.


Courvoisier, Sylvie / Mark Feldman / Evan Parker / Ikue Mori: Miller's Tale

Label: Intakt
Product Code: 24117
Catalog Code: INT270
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $17.95



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Collective improvisation from a quartet of masters -- NY based Sylvie Courvoisier on piano, Mark Feldman on violin, Ikue Mori on electronics, and London improviser Evan Parker on soprano and tenor sax -- for four pieces as a quartet and five duos of varying configurations, folding back the structure of the band through more intimate conversations; simply excellent.


Courvoisier, Sylvie / Mark Feldman Duo: Live At Theatre Vidy-Lausanne

Label: Intakt
Product Code: 17793
Catalog Code: INT210
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $17.95



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The long-standing duo of violinist Mark Feldman and pianist Sylvie Courvoisier in 7 compositions dedicated to the memory of Cuban baseball legend Rene Gonzalez, performing live at the Theatre Vidy-Lausanne.


Courvoisier, Sylvie / Mark Feldman: To Fly To Steal

Label: Intakt
Product Code: 12718
Catalog Code: INT168
Country: Switzerland
 
Price: $17.95



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Pianist Sylvie Courvoisier and violinist Mark Feldman in a quartet with Gerry Hemingway and Thomas Morgan, brilliant and graceful music blurring the lines between composition and improvisation.