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Scott DuBois

Autumn Wind - CD

  • Format: CD (erhältlich auch als Vinyl )
  • Cat No.: ACT 9856-2
  • Barcode: 614427985620
  • German Release: 27/10/2017
  • Genre: Guitar Jazz, Jazz, US Jazz

DuBois takes the “seasons” concept to a whole new level with a series of pieces in celebration of the restless, unpredictable nature of autumn. At each step of the way, DuBois’ quartet takes us on a mesmerizingly impressionistic musical journey that is an organic yet highly cohesive mix of elements drawn from the likes of modern jazz, contemporary classical music and Americana.

CD € 17,50
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In a period in which the boundaries between musical genres are rapidly dissolving, there still exist major differences between what we still call a “jazz” band and those of other musical classifications.Perhaps the most significant of these is that longevity in a jazz ensemble will nearly always have an entirely positive effect on the music. That’s clearly a huge factor when listening to the high-caliber international quartet put together over a decade ago by the New York-based guitarist-composer Scott DuBois. It features the in-demand NYC double bassist Thomas Morgan (the current duo partner of Bill Frisell no less), the virtuoso German multi-reedsman Gebhard Ullmann and the outstanding Danish drummer Kresten Osgood. Now 39, DuBois, who studied at the Manhattan School of Music and made the semi-finals of the 2005 Thelonious Monk Inter...

line up

Scott DuBois / guitar & conductor
Gebhard Ullmann / tenor sax & bass clarinet
Thomas Morgan / bass
Kresten Osgood / drums

Eva León / violin I
Conway Kuo / violin II
William Frampton / viola
Sarah Rommel / cello

Erin Lesser / flute
BJ Karpen / oboe
Elisabeth Stimpert / clarinet
Michael Harley / bassoon


Recording Information

Music composed and produced by Scott DuBois

Scott DuBois Quartet recorded by Thomas Vang
and assistant engineer Johan Jørgensen
at The Village in Copenhagen, Denmark on February 4, 2017

String quartet & woodwind quartet recorded by Ryan Streber
and assistant engineer Michael Quick
at Oktaven Audio in Mt. Vernon, New York on April 30, 2017

Mixing and mastering by Klaus Scheuermann

Produced by Scott DuBois


Cover art by Stanley Whitney:
Stay Song 3C, 2017, by permission of the artist