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Some experimental classical gubbin-a-rama for you tweaked-eared psychonauts. This is the culmination of two respected soloists going hell-for-leather on Debussy's actual piano (the one he owned for his final fourteen years) and a double bass. So it falls more in the realm of jazzical. Yes, this is often crazed, sometimes graceful but never dull. Jarring it may be, a little, at times but when you're trying to play all the hidden notes you're gonna discover some new ones in the process. There is some seriously vibrant fun being had with the "tinkling" of these ivories. As the double bass strings chunter, forebode and pontificate, the piano improvisation gears up for some grandiose displays of kicking avant-virtuosity. Thollem really does make that old Joanna gallop, weep, wander and leap into the unknown.
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