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In the work’s middle section, the saxophonist allowed his sound to blossom into a brighter, more open timbre until everything scaled back down to a whisper, and pianist Perdomo returned to that first chordal figure.
As always, guitarist Allemana backed his colleague/mentor with warm chordal support and answered him with flurries of notes.
One is like an étude, with dazzling runs in double thirds for the pianist’s right hand; in another, the left hand holds things steady with a chordal pattern while the right hand unfolds in carefree filigree.
The intensely chordal nature of Roberts' solo evoked shades of Dave Brubeck, and drummer Gratteau's extended cadenza conveyed a narrative quality that justly drew a warm ovation.
The lightness of the melodies, combined with the density of the drone, is totally mind-bending, with organ and synth laying out huge blocks of chordal bass under the heavenly voices.
Pianist Rabinovich was especially fine throughout, filling in the big chordal textures of the symphony and fully meeting the onslaught from the percussion without having to resort to heavy-handedness.
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chordallyplay \-ē\ adverb
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