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You Sing The Song

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posted on 2023-12-25, 04:08 authored by Dylan van der SchyffDylan van der Schyff, Greg Sher

You Sing The Song is a live in-studio performance of improvisations for saxophone and drums/percussion. The performance aims to reflect the musicians' research in the traditions of American free-jazz and European free-improvisation, and specifically to contribute to the practice of saxophone and percussion duets that emerged in the late work of John Coltrane (among other artists). The music explores delicate micro-textures and large scale expressions of energy and emotion. The recording is produced in a "documentarian" style: the tracks are un-edited and comprise the totality of the session, which unfolded naturally in two 20-minute parts.

"... intimate, melodious, lyrical, gentle and elegant. A more than welcome change in this harsh world" – The Free Jazz Collective: Reviews of Free Jazz and Improvised Music

Recorded by Dylan van der Schyff, June 7th, 2023 at the Brian Brown Studio, University of Melbourne Southbank, Australia

Greg Sher – alto saxophone
Dylan van der Schyff – drums, bells, bowls etc

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