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... can't say enough good about this one either. Lotz, as ever, wields an estimable selection of flutes and melodic hooks (first time out of the mailing envelope, I played the opening, highly Stravinsky-esque 'Cowboy Game' eleven times in a row before I went on to the next track). (Jazz Now, Ken Egbert)

The music is as iridescent and colorful as the biography of multiflautist Mark Alban Lotz. A collection of great miniatures ... toy instruments and 'objects trouvés' make 'Cowboy game' a sound jewel. (jazzdimensions.de)

Spontaneous improvised miniatures and elaborate songs. (Ken Vos, Jazz Magazine)

Associate this CD with sultry as well as tension. Humor, on the edge of maliciousity and melancholy. (Fluit magazine)

Here you hear how to make the most beautiful music within the most unthinkable instrument setting. (Brabants Dagblad, Rinus van der Heijden)

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