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The Wayne Horvitz European Orchestra: Live at the Bimhuis (Novara Jazz Series)

It might come off as arrogant for most artists to include the audience’s gasps and inarticulable praise at the end of the first track of their new live album. But most artists are not Wayne Horvitz, the Seattle-based keyboardist and composer who made his name on the downtown scene with John Zorn in the 1980s. … Read More “The Wayne Horvitz European Orchestra: Live at the Bimhuis (Novara Jazz Series)”

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Wayne Horvitz: Some Places Are Forever Afternoon

Some Places Are Forever Afternoon proves that the institution of the album-an actual package built around the music-is still alive and well. It contains 11 Wayne Horvitz compositions directly inspired by the work of American Northwest poet Richard Hugo. (The 12th is a direct homage by the composer.) Each is named for a line from … Read More “Wayne Horvitz: Some Places Are Forever Afternoon”

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