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George Lewis - Hexis: The Monash Art Ensemble (2014)

9-03-2015, 17:30
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

George Lewis - Hexis: The Monash Art Ensemble (2014)

Artist: George Lewis
Title Of Album: Hexis: The Monash Art Ensemble
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Jazz Head / HEAD199
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 49:36 min
Total Size: 268 MB
WebSite: Album Preview


1. Fractals 07:39
2. Angry Birds 15:04
3. Tractatus 14:42
4. Triangle 12:11


The Australian Art Orchestra

Eugene Ball - Trumpet
Lachlan Davidson - Alto sax, piccolo, flute
Frank Di Sario - Double Bass
Tony Hicks - Eb clarinet, Bb clarinet, bass clarinet
Lizzy Welsh - Violin
Gian Slater - Voice

Sir Zelman Cowen School Of Music
Rob Burke - Tenor, Soprano and Sopranino Saxophones
Paul Cornelius - Tenor and Soprano Saxophones
Niran Dasika - Trumpet
Paris Favilla - Alto Saxophone
Joe McEvilly - Alto/Bari Saxophone
Robert Mercer - Drums
Jordan Murray - Trombone
Joe O'Connor - Piano
Jonathan Skourletos - Guitar
Lara Wilson - Percussion

Fresh off the back of winning the Australian Jazz Award for Best Contemporary Avant-garde Jazz Album, the groundbreaking Monash Art Ensemble release a brilliant new album, Hexis.

American composer and faculty member at Columbia University, George Lewis arranged the works specifically for the Ensemble, as part of Monash University’s International Artist In Resident program.

The ensemble is lead by Paul Grabowsky (piano) with Lewis on trademark Trombone as well as electronics, and the Australian Art Orchestra with select students and esteemed staff from the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music.

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Nick Cave   User offline   9 March 2015 17:53

Tremendo post, Muchas Gracias Amigo !!!!

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