January
13th 2011
The Jazz Session #231: Jane Ira Bloom

Posted under Podcast & Saxophonists

Soprano saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom delivers yet another excellent record with Wingwalker (Outline, 2011). In this interview, Bloom talks about her use of movement in performance; why she doesn’t feel the need to “script” much of the recording process; and how some solos can only be played amidst great silence. Learn more at http://janeirabloom.com.

Tracks used in this interview: Her Exacting Light; Life on Cloud 8; Ending Red Songs; I Could Have Danced All Night; Freud’s Convertible.

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  1. Today on The Jazz Session: Jane Ira Bloom || Jazz Promo Services on 13 Jan 2011 at 12:30 pm #

    [...] Soprano saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom delivers yet another excellent record with Wingwalker (Outline 140). In this interview, Bloom talks about her use of movement in performance; why she doesn’t feel the need to “script” much of the recording process; and how some solos can only be played amidst great silence. http://thejazzsession.com/2011/01/13/the-jazz-session-231-jane-ira-bloom/ [...]

  2. Herb Snitzer on 14 Jan 2011 at 11:51 am #

    Jane Ira Bloom’s photograph on page 74 of Herb Snitzer’s new book, “Glorious Days and Nights: A Jazz Memoir” with an afterward by Dan Morgenstern. University Press of Mississippi.

    Thought you might want to know this – photogrph made in Cambrige, MA, 1991.

    I now live in St. Petersburg, FL
    727.692.7646
    All the best.
    Herb

  3. Jason Crane on 17 Jan 2011 at 6:03 pm #

    Thanks, Herb.

  4. Jane Ira Bloom : Greg Harness on 01 Mar 2011 at 8:09 am #

    [...] A big thank you goes out to Jason Crane, host of the incredible podcast The Jazz Session, for sending me this CD. Here’s Jason’s interview with Jane Ira Bloom. [...]

  5. Jane Ira Bloom: doesn’t ‘script’ her recordings | CrossoverMedia BTM on 08 Aug 2012 at 1:19 pm #

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