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Anker, Lotte / Rodrigo Pinheiro / Hernani Faustino: Birthmark

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 17486
Catalog Code: CF267
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $13.95



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Recordings from Lisbon of Danish saxophonist Lotte Anker with pianist Rodrigo Pinheiro and double bassist Hernani Faustino, both from Red Trio; dynamic improvisation with a sense of restraint and beautiful fluidity.


RED Trio + Nate Wooley: Stem

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 15891
Catalog Code: CF249
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $13.95



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NY trumpeter Nate Wooley and Portugal's Red Trio (Rodrigo Pinheiro, Hernani Faustino & Gabriel Ferrandini), recorded after their live performance at the 2010 Clean Feed Festival in NYC; powerful and thought-provoking modern improvisation.


Rodrigues / Davidson / Rodrigues / Faustino: Fower

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 12175
Catalog Code: CS161
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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Three tracks of acoustic improv from an understated string quartet that uses extended techniques and the whole of their instruments to make unusual and rewarding music.


Furuya, Nobuyasu Trio: Bendowa

Label: Clean Feed
Product Code: 12020
Catalog Code: CF159
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $13.95



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Sax, bass clarinet and flutist Nobuyasu Furuya is a free player migrated from Japan to Lisbon, Portugal, here in a trio with bassist Hernani Faustino and drummer Gabriel Ferrandini.


Gerdzewski, Nikolaus: Ordinary Music Volume 3

Label: Creative Sources
Product Code: 11035
Catalog Code: CS136
Country: Portugal
 
Price: $15.95



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Violinist Gerszewski developed an individual form of notation to create his "ordinary music", a continuation of abstract visual thinking by means of sound.