As on her previous album, Kenny Wolleson's drums, along with Trevor Dunn on bass anchor it all perfectly. As with much good music, I'm not sure what it is Scheinman is creating, but I really enjoy listening to it. The textures, rhythms, and in particular the lyrical guitar work make for a special, listenable fusion between jazz and experimental music. Highly recommended. Jenny Scheinman: Interview and Personal Playlist Submitted by jjackson on Wed, Discovery Interviews jenny scheinman Listening Post living with music village vanguard wbgo.
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Sign in. First name and Last name. First name only. Email address It will remain private. Learn more. Post a comment about this album. Showcase Buy Now. Buy Now. Featured Albums. How to Order. International Shipping. Return Policy. Order Items by Catalog. View Catalogs Online. Safe Shopping Guarantee. Buy a Gift Certificate. Customer Reviews. Contact Info.Violinist and composer Jenny Scheinman has done it again on Shalagaster, her sophomore effort for John Zorn's Tzadik label. With a quintet which includes pianist Myra Melford, drummer Kenny Wollesen, bassist Trevor Dunn, and trumpeter Ross Johnson, Scheinman wrote ten of the 11 tunes here, which range from klezmer-influenced classical music as it encounters jazz in the modern world Price: $