Ars Nova (2006)
Ars Nova, which means "new art," was a stylistic period of music in the late Middle Ages. The music of the Ars Nova period was different from the preceding eras in many ways. The introduction of new techniques, forms, and "freely used" rhythm made it possible to create expressiveness and more variety in the music.
All compositions and arrangements on this compilation album are originals. Ars Nova displays the creativity and musicianship of the new and evolving artists in the world of jazz.
Jazz Revelation Records staff members manage a strict budget; choose artists from a pool of more than 100 submissions; produce, engineer, and promote the album; and design its artwork. Ars Nova is the label's third release.
Find out more at the Jazz Revelation Records website.