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Dominic Duval

Dominic Duval

29.01.2011

Dominic Duval

Published in Artist Biographies
b. USA. Active on the New York free jazz scene since the 60s, bass player Duval swiftly established a high reputation among his peers. In the late 90s, owing to several well-received albums, his name had become much better known to international audiences. He has worked notably with Cecil Taylor and Joe McPhee, as well as with musicians such as pianists Matthew Goodheart, Mark Whitecage and Adam Makowicz, drummers John Heward and Jay Rosen, the latter being a particular favourite collaborator of …