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  1. Tetraptych, an album by Bert Seager on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
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  3. But let’s not forget that Muldoon is a better poet than rock star. This is made eminently clear in the second sonnet in our imaginary tetraptych which, for my money, is the heart of the book. “The Dent” is a cleverly hidden-in-plain-sight elegy to Michael Allen, Muldoon’s one-time teacher and mentor who passed away in
  4. After the Meltdown, the second album by Peter Rylén’s Trio, with Kresten Osgood on drums and Casper Nyvang Rask on double bass, which will be released on CD and streaming on 23 February is not your usual session here: planned, rehearsed and put into the score. Neither is the trio itself, which doesn’t exist on the regular basis in.
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  6. This latest CD from Bert’s “Beat Greens” trio, with Richie Barshay and Jorge Roeder is Seager’s most mature spacious and energetic recording to date. Each piece’s improvised narrative unfolds in a playful three-way conversation.
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  8. Bert Seager’s Tetraptych May 1 at p.m. Lilypad, Cambridge, MA. Seager reconvenes his quartet Tetraptych for their monthly residency at the Lilypad before the pianist/composer heads out on tour for a couple of months. They’re worth catching: Cuban tenor saxophonist Hery Paz, Israeli drummer Dor Herskovits, and American bassist Max Ridley.

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