- Performer:James Falzone
- Title:The Already & The Not Yet
- Style:Modern Composition,Modern Creative,Structured Improvisation
- Date of release:2000
- Recording date:March 2, 2000
- Recording location:New England Conservatory's Williams Hall, Boston, MA
- Size FLAC version1812 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1159 megabytes
- Size WMA version1614 megabytes
- Formats:MMF VOC WMA DXD AHX DTS
Composed By – James Falzone (tracks: 3 to 5, 7, 8, 10). Double Bass – Jane Wang. Guitar – Nate Radley. Piano – Brenda Hopkins. Voice – Rebecca Shrimpton.
Indeed, 2000's The Already & the Not Yet, Falzone's debut album on his Allos Documents label, found the clarinetist interpreting early music dating as far back as fourth century plainchant. Arriving in 2015, The Room Is by the all-reeds Renga Ensemble finds him again taking inspiration from something centuries old, in this case Japanese renga, a poetic form whose opening stanzas evolved into haiku.
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Also joining James will be dancer Alia Swersky. and other innovative musics.
Can you cite Lowery on the The Already and the Not Yet? . The cease-fire is yet future. Jesus' followers continue to fight against the principalities and powers (Eph. 6:10ff. until he comes again to bring about the final end of the war. We do not know how long the warfare will continue. 10:19-25; James 2:1; 5:8; 1 Pet. 1:13-25; Jude 1:3, 14-16, 18, 21). Consider some specific themes in which this already and not yet tension is found. Christians are already in the Kingdom, and yet they await the coming of the Kingdom in its totality (Col. 1:13-14; Rev. 11:15).
James Falzone: clarinet Nate Radley: guitar Okkyung Lee: cello Jeremiah McLane: accordion Brenda Hopkins: piano Jane Wang: bass. from Allos Musica: The Already and the Not Yet, released August 2, 2000. Allos Documents is an independent label founded by clarinetist and composer James Falzone in 2000. Allos Documents releases projects led by James or close comrades such as Tim Diasy's Vox Arcana.
This Tuesday (we are told by one of his friends), Christopher Falzone jumped from the tenth floor of a hospital in Geneva. Christopher’s death is heartbreaking on so many levels – not the least of which is the enormous tragedy and loss that his parents are suffering. They received the news of their son’s death by tertiary sources, the day after - not even aware that their son had been hospitalized in Geneva for a previous attempt to end his life. If Chris was able to talk so much on the Anrufbeantworter, this was already a sign of an emergency situation.
Az Yet is the eponymous debut album by American R&B recording group Az Yet, released in 1996. The album spawned two charting singles including the lead single "Last Night" and the cover of the Chicago song, "Hard to Say I'm Sorry". Az Yet reached number 18 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Two singles from the album had success on the music charts as well.
CreditsWilliam Chatterton Dix - Composer
James Falzone - Composer, Primary Artist
Okkyung Lee - Cello
Dave Locke - Editing, Mastering
Jeremiah McLane - Accordion
Rebecca Shrimpton - Vocals
Geechi Taylor - Engineer
Traditional - Composer
Jane Wang - Double Bass
|1||Come Unto Me Ye Weary William Chatterton Dix / Traditional||James Falzone||5:34|
|2||Psaume: Tecum Principium Traditional||James Falzone||9:10|
|3||Intermezzo James Falzone||James Falzone||1:23|
|4||Come Unto Me Ye Weary James Falzone||James Falzone||2:59|
|5||Culture James Falzone||James Falzone||7:09|
|6||Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence Traditional||James Falzone||10:06|
|7||Come Unto Me Ye Weary James Falzone||James Falzone||3:02|
|8||The Already and the Not Yet James Falzone||James Falzone||10:43|
|9||If Thou But Suffer God to Guide Thee||James Falzone||8:30|
|10||Come Unto Me Ye Weary James Falzone||James Falzone||8:35|