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“The opening theme of The Dance Of Maya strained from...”

Written on: 29/08/2006 by jfderry (208 reviews written)

The opening theme of The Dance Of Maya strained from Andrea Parkins' accordion is quite surreal. The arrangement of just three instruments; accordion, sax and drums works a treat, except a swelling in the forces could have transformed the main vamp from feeling so dirgeful. Solo space in this piece is handed over to a free form free-for-all which may indicate a problem in the arrangement or a lack of imagination, but Jim Black realises the constraints and displays intelligent use of his drum… Read Full Review

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