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The original rendition of "Jazz Alchemy" specified only a trumpet part, but along the way Stadler made the welcome addition of a rhythm section. The most piercingly brilliant performances on Jazz Alchemy are two tracks delivered by pianist Marilyn Crispell and bassist Reggie Workman, who are experienced collaborators.
They approach Stadler's composition "Three Problems" Faulkner's all-important trio of money, love, and death with a highly ironic flair. While Workman serves up a steady series of grooves, Crispell defies the force of conformity by punching out clusters and rapid scalar runs. Just when you think you recognize regular piano work over a walking bass line, Workman or Crispell head off in a different direction.
It's this constant give-and-take pull that provides so much interest for the duo portions of Jazz Alchemy. Pianist Joshua Pierce applies a twisted, harmonically challenging approach to the solo versions of "Three Problems. His solo performances illustrate the ultimate irony: Pierce applies a free improv-based style to partially arranged material. It's hard to tell if his playing more closely resembles modern classical or free jazz.
Rarely does he allow a singing melody to appear; instead, fragments and clusters pop up intermittently, leaving the listener to perform the reconstruction.
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