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Tag: Mark Feldman

Thursday, October 14th

sounds of New York

TISM (Tom Rainey, drums; Ingrid Laubrock, saxophones; Sylvie Courvoisier, piano; Mark Feldman, violin), live, New York, 2019

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lagniappe

random sights

other day, Oak Park, Ill.

Saturday, May 17th

beyond category

John Zorn, Book of Angels (excerpts); Uri Caine, piano; Masada String Trio (Mark Feldman, violin; Erik Friedlander, cello;* Greg Cohen, bass); live, France (Marciac), 2008

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reading table

There’s a line in Tarkovsky’s Solaris: we never know when we’re going to die and because of that we are, at any given moment, immortal.

—Geoff Dyer, “Diary,” London Review of Books, 4/3/14

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*It’s all related: Erik’s the son of photographer Lee Friedlander, whose work is often featured here.

Wednesday, 10/24/12

The last band I heard with this lineup—trumpet, violin, accordion, bass—was, uh, let’s see . . .

Dave Douglas (trumpet), Charms of the Night Sky*
Live, Germany (Frankfurt), 1999

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lagniappe

musical thoughts

I am moved by more music now than I have ever been. Trying to see it from a wider and deeper perspective only makes it clear that the lake itself is wider and deeper than we thought.

—David Byrne, How Music Works (2012)

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*With Mark Feldman (violin), Guy Klucevsek (accordion), Greg Cohen (bass).

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