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Anticlan (Costa / Amador / Ernsting): Close To The Bone (Creative Sources)

The second album of open-minded free improvisation of great drive, skill and and experimental determination from the Anticlan trio, a facet of the Albatre trio in the duo of Portuguese saxophonist Hugo Costa and German drummer Philipp Ernsting, along with Mexican guitarist residing in Rotterdamn, Josue Amador, recording in the studio in Rotterdam, 2019.
 

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Hugo Costa-alto saxophone

Josue Amador-guitar

Philipp Ernsting-drums


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UPC: 5609063406313

Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs631
Squidco Product Code: 28547

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2019
Country: Portugal
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Studio SanteBoutique, in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in 2019.

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The second album of open-minded free improvisation of great drive, skill and and experimental determination from the Anticlan trio, a facet of the Albatre trio in the duo of Portuguese saxophonist Hugo Costa and German drummer Philipp Ernsting, with Mexican guitarist residing in Rotterdamn, Josue Amador, recording in the studio in Rotterdam, 2019.


Artist Biographies

Hugo Costa is a Portuguese saxophonist, a member of the groups Albatre, and Anticlan.

-Squidco 2/28/2024

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"Josué Amador

México

Composer, improvising performer and researcher based in The Netherlands.

His works explore the boundaries between improvised and written music as well as alternative approaches to contemporary music composition.

Both as a composer and as a guitarist, Amador´s music has been performed extensively along Europe and America by ensembles such as Doelen Ensemble, Asko Shoenberg Ensemble, Netherlands Blazers Ensemble and Ophelia Trio amongst others.

He has delivered lectures and conducted workshops in conservatories and universities on improvisational techniques and its implementation in music composition.

​Amador holds a PhD in Composition from the Academy of Music in Krakow, PL., a Master Degree (MMus) in Composition from the Conservatory of Rotterdam,NL., a Licentiate Diploma in Composition (LTCL) with honors from the Trinity College of Music of London as well as Musical Theory, Criticism and Literature Degree (AMusTCL)..

Josué Amador currently lives in Roterdam, NL. where he works as a freelance composer and performer."

-Josue Amador Website (http://josueamador.com/about.html)
2/28/2024

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"Philipp Ernsting is a drummer from Lünen who has been active in Rotterdam for the better part of two decades. He is acclaimed for his versatile playing in genre-defying bands such as Albatre and Doktor Schnitt."

-WORM (https://worm.org/production/ein-abend-in-worm-les-cidres-philipp-ernsting-more/)
2/28/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Close To The Bone 11:22

2. Master Of Appearances 4:06

3. Monkey Mind 9:23

4. Tierra Del Fuego 8:42

5. Scorchio 6:55

6. Valley Of Lava 8:21

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Creative Sources
Improvised Music
Jazz
Free Improvisation
European Improvisation, Composition and Experimental Forms
Trio Recordings

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