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Ten Technicians Titled Ted

by Brad Dutz 10tet

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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs) No matter if in a duo, trio, 4tet, 9net, or 10tet - Bard Dutz knows how to surprise... and how to convince. This 10tet recording with the funny anaphoric T-titles almost sounds like a big band album. And I really go for unconvential big band music! The compositions are breathtaking, and the improvisations fit in very well. Although I'm not a real jazz head, I have to admit that jazz can be a fantastic thing as long as it sounds this way. Favorite track: Two Terrible Trench Tragedies.
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Perhaps the most ambitious release from percussionist/composer Brad Dutz's collection of whacky wonders. This heavily orchestrated groove carnival features some of the most virtuosic and creative musicians around.

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released May 15, 2017

Brad Dutz - Compositions, Percussion
Chris Wabich - Co-Producer, Drums, Percussion, Steel Drum
Jasper Dutz - Bass Clarinet, Bb Clarinet, Alto Sax, Piccolo, Flute
Kim Richmond - Alto & Soprano Sax
John Fumo - Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Paul Sherman - Oboe, English Horn
Charles Fernandez - Bassoon
William Roper - Tuba, Euphonium, Spoken Wod
Chris Votek - Cello
Trey Henry - Bass

Special Guest on Flute - Emily Hay

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Brad Dutz Kelso, Washington

Brad Dutz has parlayed impeccable musicianship, and natural collegiality into an evolving musical micro-community, equally at home in improvisational genres from rhythmically propulsive jazz to sonically adventuresome post-serial explorations, traversing a spectrum of traditional and graphic notations, additionally rooted in world music for percussion, winds and strings from every continent. ... more

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