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Ned Rothenberg - Scintilla 1 flac album
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Ned Rothenberg - Scintilla 1 flac album

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Album:
Scintilla 1
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Style:
Free Improvisation
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1743 mb
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1205 mb
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Tracklist

1 Scintilla 1 2:50

Credits

  • Composed By – Ned Rothenberg

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Recorded: 2002.04.26 | © 2002 Ned Rothenberg – All Rights Reserved
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Ned Rothenberg & Denman Maroney. The Lumina Recordings. Ned Rothenberg, Tony Buck, Stomu Takeishi with Tronzo. Ryu Nashi, No School-New Music for Shakuhachi. Ned Rothenberg, Mark Feldman & Sylvie Courvoisier. 1. Album + Compilation.

Alto Saxophone – Ned Rothenberg (tracks: 2 to 8, 11. Sequenced By – Ned Rothenberg (tracks: 1 to 8, 10), Paul Dresher (tracks: 2 to 8). Shakuhachi – Ned Rothenberg (tracks: 1, 4 to 8). Technician – Paul Dresher, Paul Tydelsky. Tenor Saxophone – Ned Rothenberg (tracks: 4 to 8). Notes

Composer and Performer on Saxophone, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet and Shakuhachi. With expert help (thanks Greg McRae) I've managed to get all my Animul releases up on Bandcamp. 31 May at 19:10 · Public.

Alto saxophonist, clarinetist, and shakuhachi master Ned Rothenberg's discography is not as exhaustive as those of his peers on the New York downtown scene, making the release of this double album of solo work all the more welcome. The two shakuhachi tracks that open and close the first disc reveal Rothenberg's understanding and assimilation of the Honkyoku tradition

Composer/Performer Ned Rothenberg has been internationally acclaimed for both his solo and ensemble music, presented for the past 30 years in North and South America, Europe and Asia. He performs primarily on the alto saxophone, clarinet, bass clarinet, and the shakuhachi - an endblown Japanese bamboo flute. He leads the trio Sync, with Jerome Harris, guitars and Samir Chatterjee, tabla. Recent recordings include Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, Ryu Nashi (new music for shakuhachi), Inner Diaspora, The Lumina Recordings and Ghost Stories, all on Tzadik, as well as Live at Roulette with Evan.

Ned Rothenberg by Sean Patrick Fitzell, published on December 4, 2008 at All About Jazz. Find more Profiles articles. Twisting alto and tenor saxophone lines gradually coalesced then dispersed, tacking between consonance and dissonance as Ned Rothenberg and Evan Parker launched their recent duo gig at Issue Project Room. Long circular-breathed patterns were punctuated with overblown tones before the two exchanged almost bluesy lines, complementing and responding in a taut dialogue of fluent masters. This sonic vocabulary had more potential than just a set of techniques-there was really a music there," says Rothenberg, recalling the first time he saw Parker perform solo in the early '80s

Thanks for this must go to Rothenberg, who has an uncanny ability to compose and arrange music that hits the listener with nearly equal emphasis in all the main places that it can be felt - the body, heart, and head. Some downtowners have been accused of being overly cerebral, but certainly not Rothenberg, and certainly not here. Rothenberg's sense of earthy funk and soul is akin to another altoist from the same community, Tim Berne, although with his circular breathing abilities, Rothenberg is more likely to shape his phrases into endlessly evolving ostinatos à la Evan Parker.

Ned Rothenberg, Mark Feldman, Ruth Siegler, Erik Friedlander, Mark Dresser, Maike Sarin, Dave Douglas, Josh Roseman, Kenny Berger & Glen Velez. 2. Strange Sarabande. Ned Rothenberg, Mark Feldman, Ruth Siegler, Erik Friedlander, Mark Dresser, Maike Sarin, Dave Douglas, Josh Roseman & Kenny Berger.

Ned Rothenberg: Powerlines. 5 tracks · 31 December 1994. Der Mann im Fahrstuhl.