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Bow River Falls

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posted on 2023-12-25, 04:09 authored by Dylan van der SchyffDylan van der Schyff, Dave Douglas, Peggy Lee, Louis Sclavis

Bow River Falls is a collaborative ensemble recorded during a teaching residency at the Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music in Banff, Alberta. The ensemble includes trumpeter Dave Douglas, clarinetist Louis Sclavis, cellist Peggy Lee, and drummer/laptop musician Dylan van der Schyff. Reflecting the natural beauty of Banff, the musicians create atmospheric and organic pieces that reference '60s free jazz and contemporary classical chamber music – often recalling the iconic Ornette Coleman Quartets and the Art Ensemble of Chicago. The musicians utilize their instruments in unconventional ways, employing extended techniques to summoning growls, bleeps, and pinched squelches. Additionally, the laptop inclusions by van der Schyff are done live in the studio and have an organic quality, blending gurgling white noise, static, and other visceral found sounds with his acoustic percussion.

Dave Douglas (trumpet)
Louis Sclavis (clarinet, bass clarinet)
Peggy Lee (cello)
Dylan van der Schyff (drums, percussion, laptop)

Recorded in June, 2003, at the Banff Centre

John Sorenson - Audio Engineer, Engineer, Mixing
Pablo Mochcovsky - Mastering
Produced by Dave Douglas and Dylan van der Schyff

Originally Released on Premonition Records (2004)

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