Quartet: Live at Moers Festival is a live album by /improviser Anthony Braxton's Quartet recorded in 1974 at the Third International New Jazz Festival in Moers and originally released on the German Ring label in 1976 and the Moers Music label in 1977 as a double LP. All compositions by Anthony Braxton are graphically titled and the following attempts to translate the title to text. 6-77-(NJD)-T AR-36K " - 26:23.
Anthony Braxton Quartett. At Moers Festival (2xLP, Album). Ring Records, Ring Records. 0 10 10-11, RING 01010/11.
Anthony Braxton - Live at Chateauvallon Jazz Festival - August 22, 1973 - Radio France International –. Anthony Braxton at the Chateauvallon Jazz Festival in 1973 this week. Heading into the direction of the Avant-Garde and explorations into Free-Jazz. Okay, the above was for people not familiar with Anthony Braxton, Free-Jazz or the Avant-Garde. Those of you who know, know that Anthony Braxton is widely regarded as a pioneer; to use a well-over-used word, a visionary and one of the foremost and most widely respected figures in Modern Music.
Circle Creative Construction Company Anthony Braxton Quartet The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians Anthony Braxton Diamond Curtain Wall Trio. Biography by Chris Kelsey. Innovative avant-garde t and composer, one of the most important figures in the later free jazz community. Quartet Live at Moers New Jazz Festival.
Silence is an album by saxophonist Anthony Braxton, trumpeter Leo Smith and violinist Leroy Jenkins recorded in 1969 and originally released on the Freedom label in 1975. Studio album by. Anthony Braxton, Leo Smith and Leroy Jenkins. a b Olewnick, Brian. Retrieved November 3, 2016. Quartet: Live at Moers Festival. Elements of Surprise.
Anthony Braxton Solo - Live At Moers Festival (Ring Records (G) Ring 01002). Anthony Braxton, sax. "III. New Jazz Festival", Moers, West Germany, June 1, 1974. Composition 26B: JMK-80 CKN-7. Anthony Braxton - New York, Fall 1974 (Arista AL 4032). Kenny Wheeler, trumpet, flugelhorn; Anthony Braxton, alto sax; Dave Holland, bass; Jerome Cooper, drums. Generation Sound Studios, NYC, September 27, 1974. Anthony Braxton - Six Compositions - Quartet (Antilles AN 1005). Anthony Braxton, alto, tenor sax, B-flat soprano sax, E-flat soprano sax, contrabass clarinet; Anthony Davis, piano; Mark Helias, bass; Edward Blackwell, drums. Generation Sound Studios, NYC, October 21 & 22, 1981.
Together Alone is an album by American jazz saxophonists Joseph Jarman and Anthony Braxton recorded in 1971 and released on the Delmark label. He states "not a lot of magic or close communication occurs, and the improvisations tend to ramble.
Braxton's Ghost Trance Music (which evolved into Accelerated Ghost Trance Music) seems now to have run its course, although there are still unreleased examples of it which will doubtless aid understanding of the totality. So, let's make some sense of this latest release. It dates from June 2008, when the Diamond Curtain Wall Quartet toured Europe visiting France, Russia and Italy. This quartet adds Katherine Young on bassoon to the Diamond Wall Trio (Braxton plus cornetist Taylor Ho Bynum and guitarist Mary Halvorson) that was recorded on Trio (Victoriaville) 2007 (Victo, 2007). The only other previous recordings of Diamond Wall Music were also on Leo-4 Compositions (Ulrichsberg) 2005 and Trio(Glasgow) 2005 (both Leo, 2005).