Review: Aruán Ortiz and Don Byron, ‘Random Dances and (A)tonalities’ (Intakt)

There is little on Random Dances and (A)tonalities that would fit within the standard definition of dance music, and that’s no surprise. After all, the interests of Cuban pianist Aruán Ortiz and American clarinetist and saxophonist Don Byron, who star in this intriguing series of duets, go well beyond mere booty shaking. But even if

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