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  • adj. Resembling chamber music


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chamber +‎ -like


  • "The Mancy of Sound," Mr. Coleman's sharp new album with Five Elements, was released in late July; "Synastry," a chamberlike duo outing by Ms. Shyu and the bassist Mark Dresser, is due out next week; and Mr. Sorey will make his label debut as a bandleader in September, with "Oblique 1," a state-of-the-art quintet album.

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  • (Nate Chinen) (Saturday) An adventurous cornetist with a clear sense of rugged independence - next month he'll take a two-week tour of his native New England via bicycle, playing concerts along the way - Taylor Ho Bynum has his best compositional output in this chamberlike group, with veteran partners like the guitarist Mary Halvorson and the saxophonist Jim Hobbs.

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  • ★ Ron Carter Trio (Tuesday through Thursday) Ron Carter, one of jazz's most highly regarded bassists, has led this chamberlike group - with Mulgrew Miller, an earthy but modern-spirited pianist, and Russell Malone, a quietly dazzling guitarist - for a number of years, with elegant results.

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  • ★ LOOKOUT FARM 35TH ANNIVERSARY (Wednesday and Thursday) In 1974 the tenor and soprano saxophonist David Liebman released "Lookout Farm," a luminous ECM release featuring chamberlike music with a world-music undertone.

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  • Exploring the zone between chamberlike classical and floating improvisations, Weber's deeply felt compositions allow for plenty of space for his instrument as well as Charlie Mariano's bittersweet woodwinds and the thick keyboard textures supplied by keyboardist Ranier Bruninghaus, a name barely known in the U.S.

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  • Slatkin's attentive baton created a chamberlike atmosphere. - RSS


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