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The Prospector

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Bruno Raberg

Label: Orbis Music
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Prospector; Isometric Rotation; Lockleigh; Triloka; Rockside Haiku; L'Etranger; Deimos and Phobos; Dissipating Clouds; In Motion; Revolving Duo II.

Personnel

Bruno Raberg
Bruno Raberg

bass, acoustic

Allan Chase
Allan Chase

saxophone, alto

Album Description

Boston-based bassist/composer Bruno Råberg is proud to announce the release of The Prospector, a trio recording featuring Råberg on bass along Allan Chase saxes and Austin McMahon drums. This is Råberg’s eleventh release on his Orbis Music label (OM1120). Bruno has collaborated with Austin and Allan for over 10 years in a wide variety of settings and this project that featurescompositions by all three members along with some free improvisations shows the unique, intimate and creative musical relationship they have developed. The music is personal, evocative and truly original and the result is compelling music that showcases Råberg and his musical companion’s inventiveness, compositional prowess and accomplished solo work.


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