Anat Cohen Tentet - Triple Helix

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out June 2019

In a stirring follow-up to its 2017 debut Happy Song, the Anat Cohen Tentet reaches a new crest in its evolution with Triple Helix. The album’s centerpiece is a three-movement concerto composed for Cohen and the tentet, the Grammy- nominated clarinet virtuoso, by her longtime collaborator Oded Lev-Ari, the Tentet’s musical director.

Commissioned by New York’s Carnegie Hall and Chicago’s Symphony Center for live world premieres earlier in 2019, “Triple Helix” won raves from The Chicago Tribune as “a work of considerable expressive reach” and a “sensuous tonal palette,” with Cohen “sounding like a musician transformed.”

"The concerto that anchors the new album...is a model of efficient authorship —capturing the clarinetist’s wide-ranging predilections in one sweeping and powerful statement."

DownBeat Magazine July 2019

"Cohen’s commanding clarinet bursts forth with incredible dexterity and bristles with energy and invention."

Paste Magazine April, 2019

 

 

Anat Cohen CLARINET
Oded Lev-Ari MUSICAL DIRECTOR
Nadje Noordhuis TRUMPET & FLÜGELHORN
Nick Finzer TROMBONE
Owen Broder BARITONE SAX
Christopher Hoffman CELLO
James Shipp VIBRAPHONE & PERCUSSION
Vitor Gonçalves PIANO & ACCORDION
Sheryl Bailey GUITAR
Tal Mashiach BASS
Anthony Pinciotti DRUMS


Recorded by Brian Montgomery
at Sear Sound, NYC, January 2019 Mixed by Brian Montgomery
Mastered by Mark Wilder
Battery Mastering Studios, April 2019 Cover Artwork by Milton Glaser Additional Design by Michal Levy
Band Photo by Ann Ryan
Produced by Anat Cohen & Oded Lev-Ari

 

(60257341997)

SKU 60257341997
Brand Anzic Records

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