Anthony Braxton - Quartet (Berlin) 1976 mp3 flacPerformer: Anthony Braxton
Title: Quartet (Berlin) 1976
Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
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Anthony Braxton - Quartet (Berlin) 1976 mp3 flac
Anthony Braxton, Kenny Wheeler, Dave Holland, Barry Altschul playing Braxton's Composition 40M at Jazz Festival Montreux, July 20, 1975.
Dortmund (Quartet) 1976 is a live album by American composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded in Germany in 1976 but not released on the hatART label until 1991. Dortmund (Quartet) 1976. Live album by. Anthony Braxton.
Quartet (Dortmund) 1976 (CD, Album). hatOLOGY 557. Switzerland. Are you interested, curious about Braxton, but need a place to start? Seek this one out. It absolutely smokes, and is also a nice summation of a little of Braxton's early interests. The band, one of his best, is Dave Holland (who was playing with Miles Davis just a few years earlier), Barry Altschul, and a young George Lewis on trombone. George plays the charts like he had been doing so all his life, though he may have been sightreading some of them onstage! Yoiks. The performances are passionate and will interest anyone with an ear for modern (or post-modern) jazz.
The Montreux/Berlin Concerts is a double album by American jazz saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded in 1975 and 1976 and released on the Arista label. Sides 1-3 were subsequently released on CD as Anthony Braxton Live in 1987 and all tracks were included on The Complete Arista Recordings of Anthony Braxton released by Mosaic Records in 2008.
The d/Alt schul line-up lasted for barely six months. They played their first concert together in Boston in May 1976 and their last in Berlin on November . .For me, the special attraction of the Dortmund concert is its air of celebration. It was at the first Dortmund Jazz Festival in Germany on October 31, 1976 that this group hit a magic peak. The d/Alt schul line-up lasted for barely six months. There’s a palpable sense of fun to this music, attributable in part (I suspect) to the presence of George Lewis, who had just replaced trumpeter Kenny Wheeler in the quartet.
Braxton has produced many excellent recordings through the years, but only a small number stand out from the pack the way this one does. This version of his pianoless quartet is captured live in an inspired, energized performance at the first Dortmund Jazz Festival in Germany. Trombonist George Lewis had only recently joined the group, replacing the more introspective trumpeter Kenny Wheeler
Dortmund (Quartet) 1976 is a avant-garde jazz music live album recording by ANTHONY BRAXTON released in 1991 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Alto Saxophone, Contrabass Saxophone, Sopranino Saxophone, Clarinet, Clarinet – Anthony Braxton Bass – Dave Holland Drums, Percussion – Barry Altschul Trombone – George Lewis. hat ART – hat ART CD 6075 (Switzerland). Recorded live at the "Jazz Life" Festival in Dortmund, October 31, 1976. Thanks to snobb for the updates.
album by Anthony Braxton 1991 live album by Anthony BraxtonDortmund (Quartet) 1976Live album by Anthony ecordedOctober 31.Dortmund (Quartet) 1976 is a live album by American composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded in Germany in 1976 but not released on the hatART label until 1991 Contents.
Anthony Braxton: 2 Compositions (Ensemble) 1989-1991 '2015. All releases . Related artists.
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Presenter – Manfred Miller
|2||Composition No. 40
Composed By – Anthony Braxton
- Recorded At – Berliner Jazztage
- Bass – Dave Holland
- Drums, Percussion – Barry Altschul
- Reeds – Anthony Braxton
- Trombone – George Lewis
NotesRecording Date: November 4, 1976
Location: Festival "Berliner Jazztage 1976", Berlin, Germany