The set adds substantially to the history of jazz in Canada, casting new light on its most intense moment, as well as a significant contributory stream to Québec’s diverse concept of musique actuelle, perhaps the most vigorous scene in contemporary Canadian music. — The WholeNote, Canada
Le Quatuor de jazz libre du Québec was a collective of jazz musicians in the 1960s & 70s, bringing together free jazz musicians in Quebec who rejected commercialism while exploring modern improvisation, performers including Tristan Honsinger, Jean Martineau, Yves Charbonneau, Jean Prefontaine, &c, documented here in a 4-CD set with a 24 page book of images & text in French.
- Performer(s): Quatuor de jazz libre du Québec
4 × CD
- Label: Tour de bras
- TDBHIST 0001 / 2019
- 320 mm × 320 mm × 10 mm
- 260 g