Introduction of the solo clarinet of James Falzone of "these foolish things" at the other gates invites future music. His quartet, Klang, includes the vibraphonist Jason Adasiewicz, Jason Roebke bassist and drummer Tim Daisy. Join the Quartet is cornetist "guests" Josh Berman, Jeb Bishop trombone, sax and clarinet player Keefe Jackson and cellist Fred and-holm, who is also working electronics. The Group focuses on a single rhythmic Declaration inevitable after another, regardless of the tempo.
Even when none of the invited performers are running, this projects a Quartet its enormous, impenetrable. Linking in the resonances between instruments and the integration of the layering of voices are responsible. Falzone has not only composed of six of the fifteen pieces but also organized the works of composers of the time of Benny Goodman, including Goodman, himself.
A clear conclusion could be that Falzone is with hindsight. But, on the contrary, Falzone is absolutely in currently, heading before demonstrate how music evolves. It inflates, caresses and becomes frankly orchestral sometimes, particularly in the melody of Blake/Razaff "memories of you", and the title tune by Falzone. In each, cello, electronics, trombone, bass clarinet and cornet smooth landscape so that the Quartet can negotiate easily.
During registration, Falzone juxtaposes parts with opposing character: as the tender "These Foolish Things" by a popping, swinging "Breakfast rivalry;" or "Rose Room" next to "Memories of You". Sometimes it combines dynamics in parts as his own "dream of Shevitz" or "Goodman paradox". The final takeover of the intro enclosed in parentheses its intentions for the design of the album.
No musician in the Quartet lacks a solo spot. The music never falters because these instrumentalists are inherently beautiful precisionists. Falzone put together this music in celebration of the 100th anniversary of birth of Goodman for the Chicago Jazz Festival 2009.