The trio of Chris Caldwell on reeds, Susie Hodder Williams on flute, and Trevor Taylor on percussion and electronics in a set combining free improvisation with written pieces using stochastic & graphic processes, plus a work by Stockhausen, "Aus Den Seien Tagen" and one dedicated to John Mayer.
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Catalog ID: FMRCD390-115
Squidco Product Code: 21068
Country: Great Britain
Tracks 1, 2, 3, 7, 8 recorded at Gateway studios Kingston, UK.
Tracks 4, 5, 6 at the White House Studio.
Chris Caldwell-alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, bass clarinet
Susie Hodder Williams-flute, piccolo, alto flute
Trevor Taylor-percussion, electronics
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1. Look To The Blue 4:04
2. 66 N 8:04
3. Unlimited 5:24
4. Resonance 4:08
5. Breakthrough 5:03
6. Arp 1:15
7. Sunrise Raga 7:22
8. Insights 3:47
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"The 8 pieces of music on this CD are a combination of written pieces and free improvisation. "ARP" Is a piece inspired by artist Jean Arp, who for the artwork above, threw pieces of paper into the air and let them drop randomly.
The music for "ARP" was obtained by choosing random playing cards and assigning their values into musical parameters such as pitch, duration and intensity. These were then translated into a spacetime style notational score as seen her from another score for the trio Orion, a piece with prerecorded electronics sound.
"Sunrise Raga" is dedicated to John Mayer, the Indian Jazz/classical violinist and composer who led Indo Jazz Fusions from the 60s till 2000. This was one of and still is the most successful of its type blending the music of India with Western Jazz.
"Unlimited" (from which this group takes its name) is a piece by Karlheinz Stockhausen from Aus Den Seien Tagen (from the seven days) 1968 and is intuitive music, in text form. Unlimited Play a sound with the certainty you have an infinite amount of time and space."-FMR