Switzerland's 10-piece contemporary classical Ensemble Montaigne adapt 7 compositions from Anthony Braxton, blurring the lines between improvisation and composition in captivating ways.
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Catalog ID: LEO 684
Squidco Product Code: 18192
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded by Andrew Phillips, April-June, 2013 at Schaerholzbau, Altburon, Switzerland.
David Sonton Caflisch-violin
Julianna Wetzel-flutes, piccolo
Peter Vogeli-oboe, english horn
Nicola Katz-clarinet, bass clarinet
Martin Huber-french horn
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1. composition no 174 + 96 + 136 + 94+ 98 + 193 + language music 50:14
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European Improv, Free Jazz & Related
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"Ensemble Montaigne is a ten piece Lucern-based band of extraordinary musicians who navigate with breathtaking precision through Braxton's complex notation as well as improvising with drive and verve. Braxton's compositions (n. 174 + 96 + 136 + 94 +98 + 193 + language music) were rehearsed and performed under the leadership of Swiss trombonist and composer Roland Dahinden who for three years was an assistant to Anthony Braxton at Wesleyan University."-Leo
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