From a Patrick Zimmerli composed and arranged album performed by saxophonist Joshua Redman and Brooklyn Rider. Briefly, what you might be interested in knowing as you listen and scroll: The eight compositions are from a suite; that suite, which amounts to (in record terms) a concept album is about light; they were premiered at top chamber (and occasionally jazz) venue Wigmore Hall in London close to Cavendish Square five years ago; album personnel include bassist Scott Colley and drummer Satoshi Takeishi.

In terms of style listen to Redman album Walking Shadows to get in the zone if you have time first. If you are familiar with that direction: no worries. (If you were not it was a Brad Mehldau produced ballads-heavy album characterised by an orchestral ensemble shaped around a core jazz quartet.)

Zimmerli is from New York and also works in Paris while Brooklyn Rider are a musically curious chamber ensemble who choose repertoire from many styles and who released The Butterfly with Martin Hayes. Sun on Sand is to be released in October by Joshua Redman’s long time label, the Warners distributed major label imprint Nonesuch.