Originally named Misinterprotato, Trichotomy have established themselves as stalwarts of the Brisbane jazz scene. The band includes Sean Foran on piano, Sam Vincent on acoustic bass John Parker on drums, and together they have been recording and performing since they met at the Queensland Conservatorium in 1999. Jazztrack recently caught up with them at the 2014 Brisbane Jazz Festival, and we'll hear their collaboration with UK saxophonist Julian Arguelles.
Saxophonist Rafael Karlen is another Brisbane-based musician, and also a graduate from the Queensland Con. Karlen has recently released an album of compositions for saxophone, piano and strings, and we'll hear from that CD, titled The Sweetness of Things Half-Remembered.
Heading overseas, the Cuban pianist Elio Villafranca draws on various Afro-Caribbean rhythms on his new live recording from New York. We will also hear some recent releases from pianist Fred Hersch, US-based saxophonist Ben Flocks with a take on Bob Dylan, and the new album from the Melbourne-based band 'Blow.'
See the full playlist here.
Presenter: Mal Stanley
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Look up trichotomy in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A trichotomy is a splitting into three parts, and, apart from its normal literal meaning, can refer to: trichotomy (mathematics), in the mathematical field of order theory, trichotomy (philosophy), for the theological idea that man has a threefold nature; also for a three-way classificatory division, especially when done according to a...
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