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    From this year's Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik, this is one of the more impressive pieces, inspired by the enormous fresco of 'Apollo and the Continents' in Würzburg by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo.

    The first two pieces - Africa and Asia - show Dufourt's spectral background, and could be described as music for large spaces, or installations. The last two - Europe and America - are much more energetic and remind me at times of the large group pieces by Braxton - hence the post here. The recording from WDR3 is fine, although the announcer did decide to talk over the first few seconds of 'America'.

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    I was in Brazil for a few weeks recently, and came across these two live recordings of the Anthony Braxton Quartet (from 2014) and Roscoe Mitchell solo (from 2013), from the Ao Vivo Jazz na Fabrica  festival in Sao Paulo.

    They're both excellent, and show both musicians at the top of their game, so I can strongly recommend buying these. No rips here, obviously, but there are some samples on the SESC web page, here.

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    Here's one I keep coming back to regularly. Beautifully recorded by Dutch radio, this is an excerpt of their performance at the NSJF in Scheweningen in 1990. I went to see them in 1987 and I recall they were playing up on the roof of the main concert building in Scheweningen which is just outside The Hague. I'm not sure whether this is the first set or whether it is a cut and paste of their full performance. There is a longer audience tape of the full one, but of lower audio quality. So I'm sticking with this one instead, even if shorter.

    We get to hear first the serene "Prayer for Jimbo Kwesi" which was out on "The Third Decade" album. Then follows an improvisational passage, featuring Roscoe Mitchell among other exciting happenings, and after that it segues into the stately "Song for Atala" which was on their "Dreaming of the Masters", showing that the AEC can play 'em as straight as anybody. The info file that came with this set lists more than what you actually get to hear here.

    The line-up is the usual quintet which you can see above. So what else to say but enjoy the company of the masters! Just possibly my fave ensemble of all and anytime!

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    Im Rahmen von "cresc… – Biennale für Moderne Musik Frankfurt Rhein Main" inszeniert Fred Frith diese besondere Begegnung seines Ensembles mit ausgewählten Musikern der hr-Bigband.

    Fred Frith, Gitarre, Electronics
    Lotte Anker, Alt- und Tenorsaxofon
    Susana Santos Silva, Trompete
    Okkyung Lee, Cello
    Christine Wodraszka, Piano
    Heike Liss, Visual Arts
    Oliver Leicht, Electric Clarinet
    Steffen Weber, Tenor- und Sopransaxofon
    Christian Jaksjö, Posaune
    Martin Scales, Gitarre
    Thomas Heidepriem, Bass
    Jean Paul Höchstädter, Schlagzeug

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    This wonderful document of unrecorded (as far as I know) quartet was shared on DIME by Owombat back in 2009, and later probably here in Contributions section, or maybe somewhere else. I did kind of remastering and spliced together original three parts of each set, as they were continuous performancces. It took four stages of equalization to make sound somehow balanced, although saxophone is still loudest instrument. Enjoy.

    BROTZMANN, TiPPETT, MiLLER, KELLERS - Unterfahrt München, 1983-07-05

    Set I  (41:12)
    Set II  (32:35) 
    Set III  (28:55)

    Total concert 102:38

    Peter Brötzmann - clarinet, tenor & baritone sax
    Keith Tippett - piano & piano interior
    Harry Miller - bass
    Willi Kellers - drums & vibes

    Audience recording

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    Myra Melford "Snowy Egret"
    pianoforte, melodica Myra Melford
    tromba Ron Miles
    chitarra Liberty Ellman
    basso acustico Stomu Takeishi
    batteria Ted Poor

    Registrato alla Cantina Renato Keber, Cormòns, il 25 ottobre 2015

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    Florian Pellissier en direct du New Morning
    Un pied dans le New York du début des 60’s, l’autre résolument ancré
    dans la scène jazz parisienne actuelle…Voilà pour l’esprit qui anime le Florian Pellissier Quintet, un groupe actif depuis 11 ans et qui présentera ce soir son troisième album, "Cap de Bonne Esperance" au New Morning...Un concert à suivre en simultané dans Jazzlive

    05/04/2016
    Pianiste hyper-actif qu'on retrouve avec des projets aussi variés que Setanta, Guts, Camarao ou Leron Thomas, Florian Pellissier revient avec le projet qui lui tient à cœur, son quintet de jazz.
    Après le succès critique de son deuxième album « Biches bleues», Florian Pellissier a décidé d'enchainer rapidement avec un nouvel opus. L'équipe de haut vol n'a pas changé, mais le style s'est affirmé, et ce « cap de Bonne esperance » devrait un peu plus imposer Florian Pellissier sur la scène jazz française.
    == Line up ==
    Florian Pellissier (Piano), Yoni Zelnik (Contrebasse), David Georgelet (Batterie), Christophe Panzani (Saxophone), Yoann Loustalot (Trompette) 

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    Source:
    Culturebox Live Webcast > Php/AdobeHDS > HDD > Flash Video


    Format Flash Video
    Overall bit rate: 2 249 Kbps

    Video
    Format: AVC
    Format profile: Main@L3.1
    Bit rate: 2 127 Kbps
    Width: 1152 pixels
    Height: 648 pixels
    Display aspect ratio: 16:9
    Frame rate: 25.000 FPS
    Scan type: Progressive

    Audio
    Format: AAC
    Bit rate: 192 Kbps
    Channel(s): 2
    Sampling rate: 48.0 KHz

    Linup:
    Michel Portal: sax, clarinet, bandoneon
    Hamid Drake: drums, percussion

    Setlist:
    Improvisations (Michel Portal, Hamid Drake)
    La Javanaise (Serge Gainsbourg)

    Running Time: 0:53:54

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    Tamia, voice / vocals


    1. Madrugada              4:49
    2. Appels              2:33
    3. Out Of Air             10:51
    4. Lamento              1:16
    5. Stray Wind              8:13
    6. Dance              5:03
    7. Chant Pour Une Étoile 3:05


    This album has been recorded in october 1981 in Paris at the Studio Acousti by Alain Cluzeau.

    The first version of "senza tempo" has been created in concert for the 1979 Autumn Festival in Paris.
    This record has been realised exclusively with successive recordings of Tamia's voice on a 16-track tape recorder.
    The voice has not been submitted to any technical effect.

    T RECORDS T1002 CD

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    Here's a short recording by Theo Loevendie's Consort from Antibes previously offered in some comments or in the contributions section.

    It was recorded the same year as the Blue Notes (in Antibes) after they left South Africa.
    From both groups there was a french TV footage but apparently it has been deleted from youtube.
     Which may not have a whole lot to do with this recording but it seemed like a good place to start....



    Theo Loevendie, alto saxophone, piano
    Hans Dulfer, tenor saxophone
    Joop Mastenbroek, baritone saxophone
    Willem Van Manen, trombone
    Nedly Elstak, trumpet, piano
    Maarten Altena, bass
    Johnny Engels, drums
    Martin van Duynhoven, drums


    1. Mr. Brook, part one  01:44
    2. Mr. Brook, part two  07:00
    3. Pepy                 05:38
    4. Mandela!             08:11


    Recorded on July 27, 1969, Antibes, Juan-les-Pins, 10th International Jazzfestival.

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  • 05/06/16--11:44: JOHANNES BAUER _ R.I.P.


  • Johannes Bauer * July 22, 1954 - † May 6, 2016

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    Henry Lowther - trumpet
    Jon Corbett - trumpet
    Marc Charig - trumpet
    Alan Tomlinson - trombone
    Conrad Bauer - trombone
    Radu Malfatti - trombone
    Steve Wick - tuba
    Trevor Watts - reeds
    Evan Parker - reeds
    Pete McPhail - reeds
    Simon Picard - reeds
    Paul Dunmall - reeds
    Phil Wachsmann - violin
    Howard Riley - piano
    Barre Phillips - bass
    Barry Guy - bass
    Paul Lytton - drums

    1. Double Trouble (Guy)  55:04

    21st March , 1991.  Shaw Theatre, London, UK.


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    Henry Lowther - trumpet
    Jon Corbett - trumpet
    Marc Charig - trumpet
    Alan Tomlinson - trombone
    Conrad Bauer - trombone
    Radu Malfatti - trombone
    Steve Wick - tuba
    Trevor Watts - reeds
    Evan Parker - reeds
    Pete McPhail - reeds
    Simon Picard - reeds
    Paul Dunmall - reeds
    Phil Wachsmann - violin
    Howard Riley - piano
    Barre Phillips - bass
    Barry Guy - bass, composer
    Paul Lytton - drums

    1. Harmos  (Guy)  46:45

    Recorded 22nd March, 1991 at Shaw Theatre, London, UK.

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    Kenny Wheeler, trumpet
    Bob Norden, trombone
    Chris Pyne, trombone
    Ray Warleigh, alto saxophone
    Trevor Watts, alto & soprano saxophone
    Brian Smith, tenor & soprano saxophone
    Mike Pyne, piano
    Marcio Mattos, bass (right channel)
    Ron Mathewson, bass (left channel)
    John Stevens, drums

    Side A (24:44)

    A1.     Part One: Expectancy    
    A2.     Part Two: Birth    
    A3.     Part Three: Thanksgiving    
    A4.     Part Four: Time Goes On (Version A)

    Side B (25:34)

    B1.     Part Four: Time Goes On (Version B)    
    B2.     Part Four: Time Goes On (Version C)    
    B3.     Part Five: You Know

    Recorded on 18th November 1970

    TANGENT TNGS 107 (vinyl rip)

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    Rădulescu's fourth quartet is one of the more radical spectral pieces; it's for nine string quartets, one of which plays live, with the remaining quartets played back from recordings from different locations in the hall. The idea is to explore the harmonic spectrum, and to allow the audience to experience new spectra as the sounds criss-cross, interact and interfere.

    The extent to which this is achieved is debatable, but a performance is undoubtedly an enthralling experience. A recording can only hint at this, but here is a recording from Colognes' Acht Brücken festival by the Asasello Quartet, from earlier this month.

    Horațiu Rădulescu:

    infinite to be cannot be infinite, infinite anti-be could be infinite (infinit a fi nu poate fi infinit) op. 33 (1976; rev. 1987) - fourth string quartet for nine string quartets

    Asasello Quartet
    Trinitatiskirche, Cologne; 3rd May 2016

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    Irene Schweizer - piano
    Henry Lowther - trumpet
    Jon Corbett - trumpet
    Marc Charig - trumpet
    Alan Tomlinson - trombone
    Conrad Bauer - trombone
    Radu Malfatti - trombone
    Steve Wick - tuba
    Trevor Watts - reeds
    Evan Parker - reeds
    Pete McPhail - reeds
    Simon Picard - reeds
    Paul Dunmall - reeds
    Phil Wachsmann - violin
    Barre Phillips - bass
    Barry Guy - bass, composer
    Paul Lytton - drums

    1. Theoria  (Guy)  55:00

    Written for Irene Schweizer's birthday

    Recorded 22nd March, 1991.   Shaw Theatre, London, UK.

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     Mats Gustafsson sax tenore
    Johan Berthling basso elettrico
    Mariam Wallentin voce
    Sofia Wernberg voce
    Anna Högberg sax alto
    Mette Rasmussen sax alto
    Lotte Anker sax alto e tenore
    Jonas Kullhammar sax basso
    Goran Kajfes cornetta
    Niklas Barnö tromba
    Mats Äleklint trombone
    Per-Ake Holmlander tuba
    Andreas Berthling elettronica
    Finn Loxbo chitarra
    Julien Desprez chitarra
    Martin Hederos tastiere
    Mads Forsby batteria
    Andreas Werliin batteria


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    01 - Black is the colour / Iktsuarpok / Katarrh
    02 - radio / commentary
    03 - Chrach
    04 - radio / commentary
    05 - Night will fall (parts 1 and 3)


    Robert Landfermann Quartet
    Chris Speed – ts, cl
    Achim Kaufmann – p
    Robert Landfermann – b
    Jim Black – dr


    Theater, Münster, Germany; 29th January 2016

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    I wasn't familiar with John Zorn's string quartets before listening to this recording, but on the strength of this, I'll be looking for more. The Remedy of Fortune is the strongest piece, and contains multiple quotes from other quartets I know and play, including the Beethoven's Grosse Fuge.

    This concert also includes performances of both the early and late versions of Boulez's Livre pour Quatuor; beautiful serial works that condense an entire narrative into small gestures.

    John Zorn: The Alchemist
    Pierre Boulez: Livre pour quatuor (1948/49)
    Pierre Boulez: Livre pour quatuor (2011/12)
    John Zorn: The Remedy of Fortune

    Jack Quartet
    Christopher Otto, violin
    Ari Streisfeld, violin
    John Pickford Richards, viola
    Kevin McFarland, cello

    Cernier, Switzerland; 24th August 2015

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    Ornette Coleman, alto saxophone
    Dewey Redman, tenor saxophone
    Don Chetty, trumpet
    Charlie Haden, bass
    Ed Blackwell, drums
    Emmanuel Ghent, electronic devices (A)

    A. Man On The Moon (Dr. Emanuel Ghent & O. Coleman) 3:06
    B. Growing Up  (O. Coleman) 2:17


    Recorded in NYC, July, 1969.

    Stateside – 2C 006-90.643 M (France)

    (vinyl rip)

    For further reading:
    http://www.pointofdeparture.org/PoD53/PoD53Ornette.html
    http://valghent.com/emmanuel-ghent-ornette-coleman-man-on-the-moon/


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