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Kretzmer's, Yoni New Dilemma (Kretzmer / Loriot / Hoffamn / Sinton / Niggenkemper / Van Hemmen): Months, Weeks and Days [2 CDs]

Label: OutNow Recordings
Product Code: 25393
Catalog Code: ONR 029
Country: USA
 
Price: $14.95



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The 2nd album for NY-based saxophonist Yoni Kretzmer's Chamber-Improv ensemble New Dilemma with Frantz Loriot (viola), Christopher Hoffman (cello), Josh Sinton (bass clarinet), Pascal Niggenkemper (double bass) and Flin Van Hemmen (drums), investigating "the intricacies differentiating and combining the written and the improvised continue with further depth and chance".


Kretzmer, Yoni 66 Boxes (Levin / Maoz / Drury / Kretzmer): Graceless

Label: OutNow Recordings
Product Code: 18195
Catalog Code: ONR014
Country: Israel
 
Price: $12.95



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NYC & Israeli saxophonist Yoni Kretzmer's Brooklyn band with Daniel Levin on cello, Eyal Maoz on guitar and Andrew Drury on drums, performing five extended Kretzmer compositions with great diversity, style and grace.


Kretzmer, Yoni 2Bass Quartet: Weight

Label: OutNow Recordings
Product Code: 17071
Catalog Code: ONR008
Country: Israel
 
Price: $12.95



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Tenor saxophonist Yoni Kretzmer's quartet uses two double bassists - Reuben Radding and Sean Conly - with Mike Pride on drums to create a deeper rendering of the classic sax trio, with original Kretzmer compositions written specifically for these players.


Kretzmer, Yoni Trio: Nevertheless

Label: Hopscotch Records
Product Code: 13586
Catalog Code: HOP 22
Country: USA
 
Price: $13.95



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Israeli saxophonist Yoni Kretzmer now living in NY in a trio with NY drummer Mike Pride and Chicago/NY bassist Jason Ajemian, technical, lyrical, conceptual, and emotional jazz.