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Trial by Richard Pellegrin

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Album Title: Down
Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2019

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Fiona's Comments

No coffee, one coffee tune. A bop of testosterone.

About the Album

For his third OA2 recording, composer/pianist Rich Pellegrin presents his decade-old quintet performing five enigmatic compositions - from the raw intensity of "Trial" to the mystical, inscrutable hues of the title cut, "Down" - along with an extended alternate version of "Down," recorded with a contemporary classical ensemble at the University of Missouri - the Mizzou New Music Ensemble. Together, eleven diverse musicians create a radiant texture of interweaving lines, extending the vital, collaborative focus for which the band is already known.

Track Listing

Trial; Birthright; Down; Acceptance; Exile; Down (Introduction); Down (featuring the Mizzou New Music Ensemble).

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Rich Pellegrin: piano; R. Scott Morning: trumpet; Neil Welch: tenor saxophone; Evan Flory-Barnes: bass; Chis Icasiano: drums; The Mizzou New Music Ensemble (6, 7): Erin Spenser: flute; Jeremiah Rittel: clarinet; Britney Stutz: violin: Rachel Czech: cello; Jose Martinez: percussion; Taylor Burkhardt: percussion.

Reviews

  • Down by Dan McClenaghan

Date featured

September 13, 2019

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