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1979: Anthony Braxton, Robert Schumann String Quartet (Sound Aspects). 1979: Seven Compositions 1978 (Moers). 1979: Alto Saxophone Improvisations 1979 (Arista). 1980: For Two Pianos (Arista). 1998: Trillium R (Braxton House). 2000: Quintet (Basel) 1977 (hatOLOGY). 2000: Composition No. 94 for Three Instrumentalists (1980) (Golden Years of New Jazz). 2000: 9 Compositions (Hill) 2000 (CIMP).
Anthony Braxton (born June 4, 1945) is an American composer and t who is known in the genre of free jazz. Since the 1960s, he has released more than 100 albums. He plays many types of saxophone (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone, bass, contrabass, sopranino, C-melody, mezzo-soprano) and clarinet (E-flat, B-flat, contrabass), in addition to flute, alto flute, and piano.
Anthony Braxton Quintet (Moers) 1977 – 0. 0. Braxton Bootlegs BL028 (digital d/l, 2013). album notes state: "little instruments refers to homemade instruments – bells, flutes, et. etc. (if listed separately would require more space than this album could provide). Muhal Richard Abrams 1-OQA+19 (+). Black Saint BSR 0017 (LP, 1978) Black Saint 120017-2 (CD, 1997).
Quintet (Basel) 1977 (1977). Roscoe Mitchell chronology. L-R-G, The Maze, S II Examples (1978) Contents. Quartet: Live at Moers Festival. Elements of Surprise.
All-star bassist Mark Helias rounds out the rhythm section. This super quintet meets expectations, and the historically important set should achieve some sort of critical, if not cult, status.
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Quintet (Moers) 1977 - 0. 0 Avant-Garde Jazz 2013. Quartet (East Berlin) 1985 - 0. 1 Avant-Garde Jazz 2013. After the passing of the Coltrane/Dolphy generation, Braxton should have been next in line for jazz legend due to his abilities as both a composer and performer, but people were put off by his preppy collegiate appearance, and his oblique song titles and presentations that didn’t fit the mainstream or the ‘in crowd’ of the avant-garde either.
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|2||Composition No. 69N ->||9:33|
|3||Composition No. 69G||17:05|
|4||Track 4 / Band Intros||13:08|
- Recorded At – Moers Festival
- Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Sopranino Saxophone, Clarinet – Anthony Braxton
- Bass – Mark Helias
- Drums – Charles "Bobo" Shaw*
- Piano – Muhal Richard Abrams
- Trombone – George Lewis
NotesRecording Date: May 29, 1977
Location: New Jazz Festival, Moers, Germany
Anthony Braxton instrument credits: alto & sopran(in?)o saxes, clarinet
|BL028||Anthony Braxton||Quintet (Moers) 1977 – 05.30 (4xFile, MP3, 320)||Braxton Bootleg||BL028||US||2013|
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