4-star Review of “Pendulum” at All About Jazz.com

Dan McClenaghan of Allaboutjazz.com writes:

… in the listening—as with the experience of encountering the works of Bach—that complexity can be set aside for an immersion in the beauty, serenity and simple allure of the sounds. As with Bach’s the Well Tempered Klavier and the The Goldberg Variations, Pendulum creates a sense of the didactic, of a divinity of mathematical precision to these sounds of classically-influenced composition melded with modern improvisation.

This twenty-five movement suite is a trumpet/keyboard journey built on subtle variations, a patient roll through the harmonic centers. It is a soothing, alluringly edifying and gorgeous listening experience.

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