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9 thoughts on “ Betwixt - Brian Groder - Torque (CD, Album) ”

  1. Apr 21,  · SOLOS, by Joseph Reed Hayes. Michael Sapp; Desiree Perez; Paul Castaneda, director; Brian Groder, composer. Dec 8, The final show of 13in13, 13 artistic productions in .
  2. Brian Groder is rapidly becoming known as one of the most original jazz voices of his generation. Equally fluent on trumpet and flugelhorn, Groder draws on the entire jazz tradition, as well as world music influences, to create the music Cadence magazine has hailed as “tender and well delivered, with subtle and unexpected rhythmic responses.”.
  3. R Train on the D Line by Brian Groder, released 20 March 1. Quanta 2. Retooled Logic 3. Drawing In To Pull Away 4. Isolating The Why 5. Praxis 6. Asterix 7. Whispered Sigh 8. Keel "The title—R Train on the D Line—implies not just a transference but also a partial disregard for rigid institutional structures. These leading improvisers work around concepts that Groder, a meticulous.
  4. Jul 26,  · Brian Groder TrioLatham Records (CD)New York-based trumpeter/flugelhornist and composer Brian Groder is still relatively little-known, though he’s been a fixture in East Coast jazz communities since the s. He made something of a splash on .
  5. Groder recorded Torque in with the Rivers trio, a release that was greeted with considerable acclaim. Strikingly inventive, Groder plays with flair and suppleness. He has described what he plays as modern progressive music and it is constantly thought provoking and rewarding. He also operates his own label, Latham Records.
  6. Trumpeter Brian Groder's Torque is one of those rare releases in which everything clicks. Groder's cohorts on this release are the members of the Sam Rivers Trio, and even the most cursory listen reveals that such a combination of musicians is truly inspired.
  7. Nov 23,  · Groder & Greene — s/t (Latham, ). A brisk session of free jazz from some terrific modern players. I first heard of trumpeter Brian Groder on the album Torque, where his backing band with Sam Rivers‘ trio (with Sam Rivers included). Here, he’s got another crackerjack band, with pianist Burton Greene up front.
  8. Groder composed approximately 2/3 of the album’s 14 tracks (the others are credited to the musicians improvising on the respective tracks), all of which have interesting beads on various aspects of Rivers’ odyssey through the music. Groder has a great sense of how to play to Rivers when they improvise together, with or without Mathews and Cole.

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