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  • CD (26 avril 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B004P96WGI
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Toward a Meeting Ground of Classical, Rock, and Jazz 15 juin 2011
Par Dr. Debra Jan Bibel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Ravel introduced the saxophone to classical music with his Rhapsody. Lou Harrison incorporated gamelan in his Indonesian inspired compositions. John Adams included a banjo in his Gnarly Buttons. It is thus no surprise that the electric guitar has also found its way into the classical avant-garde. Bang on a Can, which includes electric guitars and bass, performed Reich's 2 × 5 in a recent recording. The matter is not of instrumentation but of compositional development. As I listen to this album by Now Ensemble, a group of five playing flute, clarinets, bass, piano and electric guitar and two chief composers, I hear classical rock and classical jazz fusion, something similar to the edges which guitarist Pat Metheny explores. The six tracks, three composed by the Ensemble, can be examined individually but the album as a whole needs to be considered also. Judd Greenstein of the ensemble gives us Change, a bright, cheerful layering of staccato riffs and phrases full of movement and projection. Sean Friar's Velvet Hammer is pulsing, nervous, moody, and noisy. Missy Mazzoli's Magic with Everyday Objects has a narrow poetic theme that I liken to a melody bus driving through chaotic terrain, across crumbling bridges, and volcanic flows. The Ensemble's Mark Dancigers continues with Burst, a Torke-like cheery composition with two cycles of introduction and lyrical sections. Waiting in the Rain for Snow by David Crowell is an extensive developed work that is propulsive and lyrical, the steady serial changes of instrumental emphasis and increasing harmonies suggestive of transformation, liquid to ice in this case. Awake by the Ensemble's Patrick Burke begins with gamelan instrumental and rhythmic layering and expands by tempo and harmony to a steady clarity, another instance of change/transformation/transcendence. Individually, these works are fairly narrow in approach but are novel sonic explorations and together the album has coherence. These are pioneering composers; although the avant-garde points the way, but rarely endures, I can envision a major meeting ground of rock, jazz, and classical that will sound very similar to what we hear on this album.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 "Change" is a mind-altering experience 1 juin 2014
Par David F. Ziffer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Every once in awhile I am listening to the radio and I hear something that marks a new milestone in my musical life. Hearing Judd Greenstein's "Change" was one such experience. I heard it in my car and when I got home just had to find out what it was. I got the record and my subsequent listenings have been even more thrilling than the first one. So much of the music in this genre is, to me, nothing more than an exercise in technical expertise - fascinating to watch and hear, but emotionally meaningless. "Change" is totally different - it's some of the most emotionally propelling pieces I've ever heard. I do listen to the other tracks on this CD and they are growing on me more and more, but for me "Change" is the grabber that makes this record an indispensable addition to my collection.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful! 20 juin 2012
Par nat - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don't know why this album doesn't have more reviews! I discovered and purchased it just over a year ago, and I still listen to it very often; lately I've been listening to it every morning and afternoon in the car. It's a great blend of jazz and contemporary classical music. The album is completely instrumental with no percussion, and it's beautiful from beginning to end. I'm hooked on every track! I'm always going over the melodies and grooves from the album in my head, even when I'm not actually listening to it... I guess it has become my internal soundtrack!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Maybe the first instance of contemporary classical that I enjoy. It manages to throw together instruments that aren't ... 20 juillet 2016
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Maybe the first instance of contemporary classical that I enjoy. It manages to throw together instruments that aren't usually paired, have strange rhythms, evoke emotions, and is pleasant to listen to!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MUST listen 25 mai 2011
Par etale - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you ever wondered what kind of music Mozart and Beethoven would be writing if they were alive today, this album is for you.
It is without a doubt the blistering edge of modern classical music. While challenging in places, the serious listener will be
greatly rewarded. Yes, there is an electric guitar, and its deployment will both astound you and force you to reinvent your
ideas about this instrument in particular. A phenomenal sophomore offering by the absolutely compelling Now Ensemble.
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