September 27, 2020 – 5:43 am

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Plays Clockwise
Austria 2019 [no label, 1CD]

40. Internationales Jazzfestival. Mainstage Congress, Saalfelden, Austria; August 25, 2019. Very good satellite broadcast.

Bill Meyer, Downbeat:

Anna Webber is a flutist, saxophonist, and composer whose interests and work live in the overlap between avant-garde jazz and new classical music. Her new album, Clockwise (2019), featuring a septet composed of several of the most creative musicians working in New York’s avant-garde, is out on Pi Recordings. Webber is joined on Clockwise by Jeremy Viner, Jacob Garchik, Chris Hoffman, Matt Mitchell, Chris Tordini, and Ches Smith.

In addition to this septet, Webber also leads the critically acclaimed Simple Trio, featuring drummer John Hollenbeck and pianist Matt Mitchell, with which she has released two albums on Skirl Records: Binary (2016) and SIMPLE (2014). Together with saxophonist/composer Angela Morris, she co-leads the Webber/Morris Big Band, which released its debut album, Both Are True, on Dave Douglas’ Greenleaf Music in April 2020. Her other projects include Jagged Spheres with Devin Gray and Elias Stemeseder; EAVE with Erik Hove, Evan Tighe, and Vicky Mettler; and The Hero of Warchester with Nathaniel Morgan and Liz Kosack… pay attention to Webber, both in the moment and in the future.

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Thanks to unclewolfi for sharing the show at Dime.

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Track 01. Kore II 3:46
Track 02. Idiom II 8:04
Track 03. Announcement - Anna Webber 0:54
Track 04. King Of Denmark I/Loper 10:18
Track 05. Clockwise 7:38
Track 06. Array 9:55
41 mins

Anna Webber - flute, bass flute, alto flute, tenor sax
Jeremy Viner
- clarinet, tenor sax
Jacob Garchik
- trombone
Christopher Hoffman
- cello
Matt Mitchell
- piano
Chris Tordini
- bass
Ches Smith
- drums

Click here to order Clockwise.

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