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The Michigan Daily

Thursday, March 22, 1990

Page 7

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.Turtle Island bows e

by Michael Paul Fischer
YOU might imagine that violist
Irene Sazer would feel she had finally
sought out her niche back in 1986,
having won a chair with the Oakland
Symphony Orchestra. After all, isn't
this what all performing musicians
covet?
But for a player known to
"sneak" Stevie Wonder and Joni
Mitchell records into the house as a
youngster, the situation proved a bit
suffocating to those rougher in-
stincts itching to break out and into
the folk textures of Sazer's musical
youth and the jazz flexibility she ex-
plored back in the earlier '80s among
the Baltimore group Swing Pickens.
Fortunately, the open-minded Bay
Area scene offered Sazer a chance to
take a step back and two steps for-
ward - cutting out onto a new edge
with journeyman violinist Darol

Anger to form the Turtle Island
String Quartet, who perform tonight
at Rackham. Exemplified on their
second recording, 1989's Metropo-
lis, the group's groundbreaking ef-
forts to combine the improvisational
swing and earthy tones of jazz and
folk music with the expressive capa-
bilities of one the world's tradition-
ally most conservative ensemble
formats hasafforded Sazer and her
other bandmates - cellist Mark
Summer and violinist David Balakr-
ishnan - a singular spotlight and
resounding acclaim.
Indeed, the musical trailblazing
typified by the Turtles' recent suc-
cess has of late transformed Sazer's
unlikely aspirations into the creative
standard of once-staid genres such as
the string quartet. It may be no coin-
cidence that the unquestioned pi-
oneers of this movement, the madly
eclectic Kronos Quartet, also took

clectically
root in San Francisco's melting pot
environment. And while the Turtle
Islanders may not prove as outra-
geous as Kronos or new-edge com-
posers Philip Glass and Steve Reich,
Metropolis is just as refreshingly
successful.
Somewhere in between the knife-
edge facility of Kronos and the
sinewy, folkish grace of Jean Luc
Ponty, Anger and company imbue
the string quartet sound with a hoe-
down power and an exhilarating, un-
precendented sense of swing, powered
by cellist Summer's thrusting
manic-rhythmic countercurrents. Pat
Metheny's beguiling "Jaco" is at
turns magnificent and touching; and
while the aptly-titled "Four on the
Floor" kicks steam and takes the
open road, the arresting "Naima"
melds the craziest atonal angles of a
Webern with downsurging chunks of
See TURTLE, page 8

ii

Turtle Island String Quartet brings its swingy jazz sound to Rackham tonight. Leader Darol Angerhasn't
seemed to spread himself too thin with his participation in a second band (Montreaux) and on countless
new agey albums.

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** 2 BDRM APT with 3 roommates. Need 1
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clean, roomy apt $1 60/Neg! 769-6725.
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996-8670. May to August.
EXCELLENT LOCATION for summer
sublet! Parking, A/C, dishwasher, laundry..
Rent neg. 665-2191.
GREAT EFFICIENCY 5 MIN from campus
320 THOMPSON. Fum-A/C Microwave,
new carpet, Avail. immed. $386+elec. 769-
5953.
GREAT SINGLE ROOM May-Aug in 3 bed
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SP/SUM SUBLET 2 bdrm. bi-lev w/balcony,
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SPR/SUMMER MODERN 2 bdrm. apt. close
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Susan 668-4021. Leave message.
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patio. Unfum. kent neg. Call 668-2671
evenings.
SUBLET. MAY-AUG. 1 Bdrm. in a 2 bdrm.
apt. 1 Blk. from B-school, Ricks, Charleys.
Female Pref. Call Melissa 930-6132.
SUBLET: 1 BLOCK from Campus. 1 room
in house. All utils. incl. $147, 747-9731
SUBLET: Very clean 2 person bsmt. apt.
Fumn, driveway, laundry. Mfay-Aug, $350 +
utils. 747-7956 or 487-3 -1/message.
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a month. Call Issa Properties 662-4446.
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parking heat/water, just renovated 4th &
Packard, $250/NEG each per mo., Gal 995-
8928.

SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLET- furn. 1 bdrm. for 1 or
2. Convenient Packard loc., incl. patio, A/C,
pkg., $475/mo. Call 662-0543.
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SUMMER SUBLET May-Aug. 2 bdrm. A/C,
fur. laundry pkg. Near med. ctr. Big living
rm. lBalcony.lbest offer 761-3283.
SUMMER SUBLET Avail. May 1, Lg. 1
bdrm. for 1-2 people in 2 bdrm. apt., 2 blks.
from Angell.Icl.: microwave, fum., fire-
place, A/C Call Jackie 668-6504.
ULTRA-MODERN 1 bedroom Apt for May.
Sept. Fully furnished beautiful, close toIM
and cent. campus. 661-8750 past 6pm.
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ROOMMATES

HERITAGE HOUSE
829 Tappan
Large two bedroom apt. with cable,
Dining, Living & Stud rooms. Spr/Sum
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LIVE W/YOUR FRIENDS in E. U. coed
house. 3 bedrooms available May -Aug. Fur-
nished, laundry, parking. Call 769-5013.
MAY-AUG SUBLET
Huge room 12' ceiling & bay window sunny.
Kitch. & bath. lblk. from B-school. Women
only call anytime 747-8516.
MAY-AUG SUBLET. 3 bdrm, 2 bath 3 ter-
races, air cond, laundry, parking, dishwash,
furnished, new carpet. Near campus. Rent
neg. Call anytime 930-0479.
MAY-AUG SUBLET LARGE, modem,
newly furnished air-cond. Apt. Convenient to
Central Campus. Marc 996-9685.

ABOUT 1 BLOCK from UM. Tower Plaza,
female to share for Fall/Winter. 482-1908.
FEMALE ROOMMATE NEEDED to share
a bdrm. in 2 bdrm. apt. $230/mo. Nonsmoker
Fall/Winter 90-1. 668-8905.
FEMALE TO SHARE 2 bdrm. apt. with 3
female undergrads. $248.75/mo. 769-6866.
GREEK MALE doesn't want to live in frat
house. Seeks single with 4 or 5 arty-minded
guys or girls.Cal Dave 761-8784 anytime.
SINGLE BDRM. in spacious 2 bdrm. apt. for
next Sept. Great loc. Mike 665-0983.
WANTED MALE NON-SMOKING
HOUSEMATE(S) for large room in newly
furnished house. Parking, Laundry, Piano,
alarm sys. Sept-Sept. Share room $210 or
have room to yourself $330 Call JP 930-
0354.
COMPUTER MERCHAN-
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