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Premiere DateMay 9, 2021
Categories Jazz Music
00:00 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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03:28 Dark Matter Claudio Scolari Project
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08:27 Cosmology Claudio Scolari Project
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11:04 Aphelion Claudio Scolari Project
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17:15 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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19:27 Intransigente Camila Nebbia, Axel Filip
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22:07 La luz de atrás Camila Nebbia, Axel Filip
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23:12 Ruinas Camila Nebbia, Axel Filip
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26:09 Busy Day Natsuki Tamura, Satoko Fujii
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34:34 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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36:43 Three Scenes Natsuki Tamura, Satoko Fujii
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47:05 Molecular Satoko Fujii, Taiko Saito
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52:41 The Jazz Hole with Linus
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55:27 Ame No Ato Satoko Fujii, Taiko Saito
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60:03 Finish
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Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features more experimental jazz. The episode includes tracks from “Cosmology” the fifth album by the Italian Claudio Scolari Project, as well as tracks from “Colibrí Rojo” by the Argentinean duo of saxophonist Camila Nebbia and drummer Axel Filip. More experimental duo sounds come from two of pianist and composer Satoko Fujii’s many new albums. Satoko is closing in on her 100th album as a leader and co-leader! Her music today comes from “Keshin”, a new album with her husband, trumpeter and composer Natsuki Tamura and from “Beyond”, an album by the new duo Futari, featuring Satoko Fujii along with marimbist, vibraphonist and composer Taiko Saito.

Claudio Scolari Project: “Dark Matter”, “Cosmology” & “Aphelion”
Album: Cosmology
Claudio Scolari (d, synth prog, composer), Daniele Cavalca (d, live synths, rhodes, piano, composer), Simone Scolari (tp) and Michele Cavalca (b)

Camila Nebbia & Axel Filip – “Intransigente”, “La luz de atrás” & “Ruinas”
Album: Colibrí Rojo
Camila Nebbia (ts, effects, composer) and Axel Filip (d, synth, composer)

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Natsuki Tamura & Satoko Fujii – “Busy Day” & “Three Scenes”
Album: Keshin
Natsuki Tamura (tp, composer of “Three Scenes”) and Satoko Fujii (p, composer of “Busy Day”)

Satoko Fujii & Taiko Saito (Futari) – “Molecular” & Ame No Ato”
Album: Beyond
Satoko Fujii (p, co-composer of “Molecular” and composer of “Ame No Ato”) and Taiko Saito (vib, co-composer of “Molecular”)

Grammy-award winner Linus Wyrsch is one of New York City's most sought-after clarinetists and saxophonists. Full of passion for jazz, Brazilian and Latin music, the Swiss native maintains a busy performance and…

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