Dominic Duval

New Yorker Dominic Duval is one of the finest and most prolific bassists on the contemporary scene, having played and recorded with some of the greatest names in jazz and new music. Duval's continuing tenure with pianist Cecil Taylor's trio has cemented his reputation as one of contemporary music's more important figures. Duval is comfortable and can be seen performing in any number of genres, including modern classical, jazz or music which defies classification .The bassist has performed and recorded with such notables as saxophonists Joe McPhee, Ivo Perelman, Glen Spearman, and Mark Whitecage, composer Pauline Oliveros, trombonist Steve Swell, pianists Joseph Scianni and Michael Stevens, trumpeter Herb Robertson, and drummer Paul Lytton, David S

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Albums

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Music Of John Coltrane
Decca
2010
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The Music of John Coltrane
The Music of John...
NoBusiness Records
2010
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Monk Dreams
Decca
2009
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The Last Dance
Decca
2009
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Songs For Krakow
Decca
2007
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Monkinus
Decca
2006
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