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Portrait Franz Koglmann: Third Stream & Chamber Jazz 1984–2015 Porgy & Bess, Vienna, Austria After establishing an enigmatic presence in the 1970s as an avant garde jazz trumpeter and flugelhorn player via hard to find recordings with Bill Dixon and Steve Lacy, Franz Koglmann fundamentally changed direction in 1984, articulating a post-avant garde aesthetic that
RayAver y Charles Mingus The Jazz Workshop Concerts 1964–65 Mosaic 7×CD 1964 remains a singular year in jazz history, but one of its more far-reaching events was Eric Dolphy’s death in Berlin on 29 June from what was determined to be a diabetes induced heart attack. In the prior half a dozen years beginning
5·4 RECORDS 2 JUNE 1991 ·TilE SUNDAY TIMES Cool innovator comes in from the cold JAZZ RICHARD COOK ditions of Armstrong, Parker and Coleman - also sounded uneasily l ike intellectual segregation: " I have a greater affinity for the expressions of melancholy decadence than the
5.4 RECORDS 2 J UNE 1991 -THESUNDAY TIMES Cool innovator comes in fiom the cold JAZZ - ditions of Armstrong, Parker and Coleman - also sounded uneasily like intellectual RICHARD COOK r - 7 melancholy decadence than FRANZKOGWANN the spontaneousjoy of impm vising." The Use of
R e e l T i m e W H Y B U Y a jazz video? I t was a good question until recently, with a paucity of interesting material available and music-video marketeers paying scant attention to jazz as a subject. But recent incursions by Polygram and BMG have focused attention on the music as an area with good video potential. There must be much more archive material on jazz than there is on
Krzysztof Komeda Jazz In Polish Cinema: Out Of The Underground 1958–1967 Various Jazz On Film 4xCD Conjure this – a favourite mood from 1960s cinema. Pale guys in dark suits. European capitals with sombre autumn hues. Sodden spies and troubled double agents. Secret meetings on park
of the night LIVE\NIRE •BUD SHANK London Barnes Bulls Head BUD SHANK is currently playing with a fire and passion quite unexpected to those who have heard only his most well-known work, with the 'chamber-jazz' group The LA4- if this engagement with the Tony Lee trio is any evidence. His forceful tone reminiscent of that of Phil Woods, and roughened at moments of heightened tension in the manner of
the highlights. LEO LAB CD 036 NOT MISSING D R U M PROJECT; URBAN VOICES featuring Lauren Newton, Joelle Leandre and Uschi Brunlng NOT MISSING DRUMS PROJEC is 12-member strong contemporary/chamber/jazz ensemble performing without drums. The Project combines the structural richness of contemporary music with the vitality of jazz; it is a cocept of chamber music which retains impetuous qualities.
orchestra. I t was probably the (appropriately) underrated multi-instrumentalist Adrian Rollin' who first introduced i t ' to jazz in the 20s - combining i t wi h his expertise on those other popular instruments the 'i fountain pen. The dance-band associ tions led Alban Berg to use the instrument in his opera Lulu 'n 1934, but i