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Two Israeli tenor saxophonists of different generations--Stephen Horenstein, who is associated with Bill Dixon and the Kadima label, and Eyal Netzer of Lab Orchestra and works with Albert Beger--in an intimate dialog of passionate playing merging jazz forms and experimental approaches to improvisation, both taking up drums, Horenstein also performing on soprano sax.
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Label: Creative Sources
Catalog ID: cs691
Squidco Product Code: 30367
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded live in Jerusalem, Israel, in November, 2017, by Stephen Horenstein.
Stephen Horenstein-soprano saxophone, tenor Saxophones, drums
Eyal Netzer-tenor saxophone, drums
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• Show Bio for Stephen Horenstein
"Stephen Horenstein: Born in Boston, Massachusetts, USA; immigrated to Israel in 1980. Stephen Horenstein's works for ensemble, small orchestra, soloist and electronics have been performed and recorded in venues worldwide. Many of those works have used Jewish sound sources, themes and historical content. Horenstein is known for his experimentation with new orchestral sounds, mixed media and interactive computer-electronics.
Horenstein has collaborated with many well-known artists, including Isamu Noguchi, Steve Paxton, Israeli Hadany, Rena Schoenfeld, Kibbutz Dance Company, Vertigo Company, Esti Kenan-Ofri, Jean Claude Jones and others. Festivals have included: Festival D'Ile de France (Paris); New York International Arts Festival; Festival Chaillol (France), Other Worlds (Milan); Media Mix (University of York); International Computer Music Festival (Hong Kong; Thessoloniki, Greece); Israel Festival, Jerusalem; Helsinki Festival; Festival D'Automne (Paris), Red Sea Festival, and International Harp Festival (Vienna, Austria). Recordings include: Collages (Black Saint Soul Note, Italy), Between the Silences & The Natives Are Restless (JICM Recordings). Recordings on Kadima, including Raw and the Cooked and a forthcoming release of TempDuo (Lydian Aug). Extensive performances with innovator Bill Dixon, Horenstein's key mentor and ultimate creative inspiration. (Festival D'Autumne, Verona Festival; Vision Festival, CD-IREC Italy). His latest project is a collaboration with Butterfly Effect Ensemble, breathing new life into silent films (with Lior Navok, Jeffery Kowalsky).
Education and Teaching: Trinity College/ Hartt School of Music (BA); University of Wisconsin (MM composition); PhD, Hebrew University. Composition studies: Bill Dixon. Private Studies: Virgil Thomson, Marcel Moyse. Faculty member: Bennington College (1973-'80), Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance (1981-86; 2006-2018), Tel Aviv University (1982-1986), Brandeis University (1999-2001). Artist-in-residence: University of York (England); Stanford University; SUNY, Purchase; College of William and Mary."-Stephen Horenstein Website (https://stephenhorenstein.com/about/)
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1. Black Woman 5:15
2. Pure Poetry 6:21
3. Sunset 6:27
4. Free Verse 4:53
5. Come, Speak To Me 8:00
6. Sunrise 5:38
7. Earth Element 8:21
8. Breaking The Walls 3:52
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"An orchestra of two players filled with energy and determination, filling space and time with bursts of sound. Two generations in sync celebrating the tradition of two tenor saxophones in dialogue through traditional, contemporary and experimental forms. The music bursts with cries, walls and prophecies that are sometimes disturbing, sometimes soothing.
The walls? They crack, they even break, they permeate like circles within circles, one moving at a steady pace, the other, reeling at phenomenal speeds. Side by side. We speak to each other. Are we heard? Are we understood? Ultimately, at the end of the day, we are each alone until awakened by our next adventure of synchronicity."- S. Horenstein
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