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Adam Rudolph - Go: Organic Orchestra / Sonic Mandala (2013)

15-09-2013, 10:49
Jazz | World | FLAC / APE

Adam Rudolph - Go: Organic Orchestra / Sonic Mandala (2013)

Artist: Adam Rudolph
Title Of Album: Go: Organic Orchestra / Sonic Mandala
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Meta
Genre: Jazz, World Fusion, Avant-Garde
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 60:40 min
Total Size: 137 / 338 MB


1. Part One (Invitation) 8:00
2. Part Two 4:24
3. Part Three 4:07
4. Part Four 4:47
5. Part Five 3:32
6. Part Six 5:35
7. Part Seven (slow) 3:39
8. Part Seven (medium) 3:02
9. Part Seven (fast) 3:16
10. Part Eight 3:49
11. Part Nine 4:38
12. Part Ten 2:14
13. Part Eleven 5:11
14. Part Twelve (Universal Mother) 4:08

Adam Rudolph and Go: Organic Orchestra find the dynamic, beautiful center of globally informed, improvisationally generated sound a walled city, a map of the world, a spiraling call: a mandala's meaning extends far beyond pattern and line. It does more than represent an ideal or suggest a path. It is reality, laid out in its true form, for us to contemplate. Composer and percussionist Adam Rudolph finds a similar shape of things via sound, enlisting the Go: Organic Orchestra, an ensemble of players who can be assembled anywhere, anytime. In the project's latest iteration, Rudolph has gathered his longest collaborating group of musicians based in New York, for a series of elegant, diversely textured pieces that form a Sonic Mandala. Following a compositional and conducting approach Rudolph has honed over decades of contemplation, performance, and creation, the group delineates a space where contemporary classical, jazz, and global traditions effortlessly converge. Though Rudolph provides matrix-based scores and a streamlined vocabulary of conducting gestures to guide musicians, ultimately the pieces spring from the intent focus and spontaneous dialogue engendered in the musicians themselves. ''The beauty lies in the ambiguity, the openness,'' reflects Rudolph. ''There's something about playing into the center of the expressive quality of the music, something really intuitive that the musicians bring to it, as they focus on it. It's about being in tune, being completely in the present. You don't think about your musical gesture ahead of time, but serve the moment.''

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