Written for musicians from Toronto's burgeoning music scene, this album explores an area of saxophonist Kyle Brender's compositional systems allowing independence in group improvisation.
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Label: Porter Records
Catalog ID: 4042
Squidco Product Code: 18964
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded May 11, 2009 at 6 Nassau, Toronto by James Anderson.
This is a USED (previously owned) item
Kyle Brenders-soprano saxophone,
Jonathan Adjemian-Korg MS-20,
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1. Section 2 10:58
2. Section 4 11:13
3. Section 5 18:03
4. Section 6 21:55
5. Section 8 8:06
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"Kyle Brenders' Ways explores that fertile space between structure and freedom. Written for musicians from Toronto's burgeoning improvised music scene, Brenders' score specifies material to be looped, stretched, repeated, and layered, allowing the players wide latitude to mutate their given material. Brenders' unique musical language draws on the avant-jazz tradition of mentor Anthony Braxton on the one hand, and the esoteric formations of Alvin Lucier on the other. The listener is invited to experience ways of hearing - ways of hearing space, ways of hearing connections, ways of hearing transformation."-Porter
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