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Mike Chamberlain, Hour, no. 15:3, January 18, 2007

Clarinettist Lori Freedman is playing some of the bravest music on the local creative music scene. She never takes the easy way out with her improvisations, stepping out on limbs and never show-boating, yet she always manages to bring them back from the point of breakdown to a satisfying resolution. Her latest album, 3, has her in three trios (with, respectively, René Lussier/Martin Tétreault; Nicolas Caloia/Danielle Palardy Roger; Jean Derome/Rainer Wiens) in performances recorded at the Va-et-Vient and remixed in the studio. The music throughout is full of detail and nuance, with interesting interplays of texture and line. (3,5/5)

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The music throughout is full of detail and nuance, with interesting interplays of texture and line.

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