One would think at first hearing a conversation between the piano of Rafael Zaldivar and the saxophone of Guillaume Tremblay, but there is more than that; Rezos is where one tells the other, I know the territory of your sound, and gives it all the space it needs to unfold. It is a story of exemplary listening and elaborate exchanges along rhythmic tricks of great finesse. There is an element of stubbornness there, too; stubbornness towards the clarity of melodic lines far removed from ego narcissism or unnecessary frills. There is nothing flashy about the precision of the movement here; sober, it sounds like an invocation. Finally, it is a story of virtuosity where technique and vulnerability come together through the meeting of these two musicians who do not seek to impose themselves, rather to make heard what is woven in the simplicity of hearts. Do you hear it, the game of those who reject neither daring nor offering?