Arabesque Jazz Releases "Tim Collins: Valcour"

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Arabesque Recordings announces the release of vibraphonist Tim Collins' recording, Valcour.

Tim Collins breathes new life into the jazz genre with his modern approach to the percussionist-fronted ensemble. He easily justifies his efforts to push the vibraphone to the forefront of jazz with his creation of this expressive and well-crafted disc. His intensity is matched only by his technical skills and the emotional depth he brings to his uniquely crafted compositions. Tim Collins is just beginning his ascent to the pinnacle of the jazz world, and he starts his musical journey armed with a solid performance, and backed by an all-star group.

Arabesque Recordings is embracing the digital shift occurring in today's music industry and now primarily offers its discs through online retailers and for digital download. Valcour can be found on the Arabesque Recordings website at the website below, as well as through This release, along with the rest of the Arabesque catalog, is also available for download through iTunes,, as well as from all other major digital download services.

Arabesque Recordings is an independent record label located in New York City that specializes in jazz and classical music. The Arabesque Jazz imprint most recently released the Steve Wiest Big Band's critically acclaimed debut album, Excalibur, and veteran saxophonist Chico Freeman's Out of Many Comes the One. The classical imprint of Arabesque Recordings has recently released Britten, Schnittke, Shostakovich by Wilhelmina Smith, and the American String Quartet's recording of works by Richard Danielpour.

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