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Almeida / Duynhoven / Klein: Vibrate in Sympathy (Clean Feed)

The Netherlands trio of Tobias Klein on reeds, Goncaio Almeia on double bass, and Martin van Duynhoven on drums, is inspired by all kinds of adventurous music of the last 50 years, on this album including compositions for Henry Threadgills, Oliver Lake, and Ornette Coleman.
 

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Tobias Klein-alto saxophone, bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet

Goncaio Almeia-doublebass

Martin Van Duynhoven-drums


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UPC: 5609063003413

Label: Clean Feed
Catalog ID: CF341
Squidco Product Code: 21196

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2015
Country: Portugal
Recorded at Studio de Zwarte Molen in Amsterdam, Holland, on December 1st, 2014 by Tobias Klein.

Descriptions, Reviews, &c.

"You could say that "Vibrate in Sympathy" is one more item in the present focus on acoustic improvisation. Or you could say this is one more example of the particular jazz brand you find in the Dutch scene. Both judgments are not really true.

The musicians involved have their own individual personalities and they don't represent any organized tendencies. Two of them, saxophonist and clarinetist Tobias Klein and double bassist Gonçalo Almeida, may live in Holland but they weren't born there - the first is German, the other Portuguese. Besides that, Klein had a past dedication to live-electronics and composes chamber music, and Almeida leads or co-leads electric bands and goes often into rock territory. T

hese factors contribute to the rather different, and even special, approach here documented, confirming the definition provided by this trio "inspired by all kinds of adventurous music of the last 50 years". But the connection with the acoustic tradition, and with the "Dutch way", is there and it's solid: drummer Martin Duynhoven was a pioneer of this soundworld and, as such, is a living reference of everything happening in the country. His partners here can go very far, but it's him who keeps their feet on the ground. That's what you'll find here: dreamy music with a sense of gravity. The best kind..."-Clean Feed Records


Artist Biographies

"Tobias Klein grew up in Saarbrücken (Germany), lives in Amsterdam since 1990, studied saxophone and bass clarinet, with a.o. Jasper Blom and Harry Sparnaay; South Indian musical concepts with Rafael Reina. He moved to Amsterdam in 1990 and studied saxophone and bass clarinet at the Conservatory of Amsterdam with, among others, Jasper Blom and Harry Sparnaay.

He has been busy leading his own bands Spinifex and Lackritz, Maw Sit Sit and Full Fathom Five, co-leading bands/projects like Spinifex, Almeida/Duynhoven/Klein, Man Bites Dog (with Damien Cluzel) and Dalgoo (with Meinrad Kneer), collaborations of Spinifex with bands from France (Umlaut Double Trio), Germany (The Bliss), Turkey (Gevende) and with South-Indian master musicians (Dr. Mysore Manjunath, Dr. Suma Sudhindra, BC Manjunath, Pramath Kiran), working in duo with Oguz Büyükberber and in quartet with Oguz, Claron McFadden and Kristina Fuchs, playing as a sideman in Esra Dalfidan's Fidan and Boi Akih 'Liquid Songs', exploring the work of some Russian poets with the projects Dalgoo New Anatomy and President of the Globe, bands and projects involving impro & Balkan music such as Man Bites Dog Eats Amsterdam Klezmer Band and Deep Fried Angel Fish, playing with the psychedelic Folk band Gevende from Istanbul, fusing impro & Karnatic music with Bhedam, writing for large jazz orchestras David Kweksilber Big Band and Tetzepi, writing chamber music for ensembles like Lyrisch Laag (Fie Schouten/Jelte Althuis), Kaïda, To Be Sung, So Low, Duometrie and Duo X.

As a performing musician, his focus lies mainly on improvised music and contemporary jazz, enriched by his studies of contemporary composed music, live-electronics and techniques derived from African, Eastern European and Asian music. He currently (co-)leads the groups Spinifex, Almeida/Duynhoven/Klein, Omelette (with Jeroen Kimman, Tristan Renfrow and Jasper Stadhouders), 37Fern (with Claron McFadden, Kristina Fuchs and Oguz Büyükberber) and the duo Oguz Büyükberber/Tobias Klein. As a sideman he performs with Boi Akih 'Liquid Songs' and with Esra Dalfidan's Fidan. Tobias composes for both contemporary jazz groups and for chamber music ensembles.

In 2018, six of his chamber music compositions were recorded by a.o. Fie Schouten and came out on the CD 'Chambery', released by the Dutch label Attacca in their series 'Composer's Portraits'.

In 2010, he was awarded the North Sea Jazz Composition Commission. Tobias has toured or recorded with many great musicians such as Jasper Blom, Joost Buis, Oguz Büyükberber, Andrew Claes, Damien Cluzel, Esra Dalfidan, Benoït Delbecq, John Dikeman, Marc Ducret, Jozef Dumoulin, Kristina Fuchs, Oene van Geel, Onno Govaert, Mark Haanstra, Sylvia de Hartog, Gerri Jaeger, Gijs Levelt, B.C. Manjunath, Claron McFadden, Lothar Ohlmeier, Claudio Puntin, Timuçin Sahin, Emmanuel Scarpa, Chris Speed, Jasper Stadhouders, Raphael Vanoli and Teun Verbruggen."

-Tobias Klein Website (https://www.tobiasklein.nl/about.php?c=1)
6/12/2024

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"Martin Van Duynhoven is a Dutch jazz drummer and percussionist, born 13 June 1942 in Boxmeer, The Netherlands. He was classically educated in the early 60's. He has been a member of Ab Baars Quartet, Ab Baars Trio, Ab Baars Trio & Guests, Ab Baars Trio & NY Guests, Boy Edgar Big Band, Chris Abelen Quartet, Contraband (13), Dick van der Capellen Trio, Frank Van Bommel Quartet, Frank Van Bommel Quintet, Group 1850, Hans Dulfer And Ritmo Natural, Harry Verbeke 4 Tet, Martin Van Duynhoven Percussion Ensemble, Nederlands Blazers Ensemble, Nedley Elstak Trio, Nico Bunink Kwintet, Oost-West Percussie Groep, Paradise Regained Orchestra, Soesja Citroen Band, Soesja Citroen Sextet, The Theo Loevendie Consort, Theo Loevendie Quartet, Theo Loevendie Quintet."

-Discogs (https://www.discogs.com/artist/546259-Martin-Van-Duynhoven)
6/12/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Threadbare (To Henry Threadgill) 6:44

2. Gneis 2:38

3. Lakeish (To Oliver Lake) 3:08

4. Werg 3:18

5. 20 Kilos 4:00

6. Crime & Punishment 5:33

7. Molenando 2:58

8. Pinto 5:46

9. Vibrate in Sympathy (To Ornette Coleman) 4:31

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Clean Feed

Improvised Music
Jazz
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
Free Improvisation
Trio Recordings
Jazz & Improvisation Based on Compositions

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