White flutist Robert Dick, who had debuted with
Whispers And Landings (june 1980) and
The Other Flute (september 1984),
explored extended techniques at the instrument on
Venturi Shadows (april 1989) and Worlds Of If (february 1994),
and applied them to a surreal kind of chamber music in the duets with violinist Mari Kimura of Irrefragable Dreams (august 1994).
After a few albums with Ned Rothenberg's New Winds, Dick also formed Tambastics (january 1992) with pianist Denman Maroney, bassist Mark Dresser and drummer Gerry Hemingway.
In between he envisioned an odd Jimi Hendrix tribute, Third Stone From The Sun: (january 1993), featuring a string quintet, bass and drums.
Later he recorded
a collaboration with the Soldier String Quartet,
Jazz Standards On Mars (february 1996),
Aurealis (july 1996), featuring duets with
pianist John Wolf Brennan and bassist Daniele Patumi,
and a live duet with pianist Ursel Schlicht,
Photosphere (january 2004).
@ (november 2001) was a trio with Uli Johannes Kieckbusch (piano) and Alfred Zimmerlin (cello).
Flutes and Voices (Mutable, 2010) was a collaboration with vocalist
The Galilean Moons (premiered in july 2012)
was another collaboration with his wife Ursel Schlicht.
Startling Stories (North/South Consonance, 2016) was a collaboration
with Cynthia Folio and Sylvan Winds, also featuring
Alexandra Knoll on oboe, Amy Zoloto on clarinet, Svjetlana Kabalin on
flute, Thomas Sefcovic on bassoon, and Zohar Schondorf on horn.
Gossip Cats Are Dancing
(premiered in april 2009)
was a collaboration with a flute trio.
Robert Dick's solo Our Cells Know (february 2016) contains six lengthy pieces full of sound effects.
Raise The River (february 2015) documents improvisations with
percussionist Tiffany Chang.
Are There? (Mulatta, 2017) collects duets by Dick on piccolo, alto & bass flutes & home-made flute and German Ulrike Lentz on piccolo, flutes & flute-tubes.
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