World infused rhythms underscore soaring saxophone and vocal melodies in Turn, released by Martin Case. Martin walks the paths of jazz and classical music while firmly rooting them in international world rhythms and sensibilities. Massive Chinese bells combined with jazz quintets and choirs are but a part of the album's instrumentation. Turn has been described as 'a meeting of Debussy, John Lurie and Peter Gabriel'. Martin Case is a well-versed performer, composer, and multi-media/audio producer. Martin's history of clients include Alvin Ailey, Bill T. Jones, Mark Morris, Paul Taylor, and Visionary. In the Boston community, Martin helps in the creative work of Harvard University, MIT, Boston Conservatory and the Boston Ballet. Martin has composed numerous film/television/dancescores, and produced over a dozen full-length albums. He is presently operating MartinCaseMusic, a customized music composing/producing company, performing with his group The Lee, and serving the world community though accompaniment, composition, and performance. Martin plays saxophones, piano, percussion, and various technologies. Saxophones include the tenor,alto, and soprano. Piano skills include keyboards, melodicas, the thumb piano and samplers, and percussion includes both 'sticking' and 'hand' percussion, notably W. African Djembe and Djun-Djun. Martin's installation work has included an interactive dance floor to musically converse with dancers. For more information, please visit MartinCaseMusic.com.