Mr. Bumbles - Turtle Island String Quartet - Metropolis (CD)

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  1. Metropolis, an album by Turtle Island String Quartet on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  2. The Turtle Island String Quartet was born in and derived its name from creation mythology found in Native American Folklore. The quartet fuses the classical quartet aesthetic with contemporary American musical styles, which include folk, bluegrass, swing, be-bop, funk, R&B, rock, hip-hop, as well as music of Latin America and India.
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  4. May 11,  · The Turtle Island String Quartet consists of classically trained musicians who turned to jazz. The quartet has bended the lines between classical, jazz, blues and world music for two decades.
  5. About Turtle Island String Quartet. Most of Turtle Island String Quartet's records have come out on the Windham Hill label, but they are not a new age group. Rather, they fall somewhere in between the worlds of jazz and classical, as suggested by a repertoire that includes arrangements of Monk and Metheny as well as Debussy and Bach.
  6. The Turtle Island Quartet is a string quartet that plays hybrids of jazz, classical, and rock music. The group was formed in by David Balakrishnan, Darol Anger, and Mark Summer in San Francisco. They released their first album on Windham Hill Records in with Irene Sazer.
  7. Mar 15,  · The repertory of the Turtle Island String Quartet, the talented West Coast ensemble that will perform Friday at the Bottom Line, is an ambitious amalgam of jazz compositions by people like John.
  8. The Turtle Island String Quartet proved that they weren't a one-shot deal with this formidable follow-up to their impressive debut CD. Instead of emphasizing extended works, fully half of the tracks come from the world of jazz. Violinist Darol Anger's arrangement of Pat Metheny's "Jaco" is reminiscent of his former boss David Grisman's music at times, adding a snappy modern bluegrass flavor to 8/

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