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Performer: Anthony Braxton
Genre: Jazz
Title: Two Compositions (Trio) 1998
Released: 2003
Style: Free Improvisation, Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
FLAC version ZIP size: 1566 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1263 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1234 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 683
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Both pieces were recorded live at Wesleyan University on April 17, 1998, and clock in at under an hour (56 and 49 minutes, to be precise). Despite the fact that they stick to a stable meter and consist of interlocking, repeated patterns, they remain lively and entertaining - yes - throughout. Composition N. 227" features Braxton with Chris Jonas and David Novak

Two Compositions (Trio) 1998 is a live album by American composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded at Wesleyan University in 1998 and released on the Leo label in 2003. All compositions by Anthony Braxton. Disc One: "Composition N. 227" - 55:56. Disc Two: "Composition N. 228" - 49:16.

Recorded live at Wesleyan University, April 17, 1998.

Two Compositions (Trio) 1998 is a live album by American composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded at Wesleyan University in 1998 and released on the Leo label in 2003. Two Compositions (Trio) 1998. Live album by. Anthony Braxton

Anthony Braxton (also referred to as B-Xo/N-0-1-47a or Composition 6g) is an album by Anthony Braxton released in 1969 on the BYG Actuel label. It features performances by Braxton, Leroy Jenkins, Leo Smith and Steve McCall.

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Two Compositions 1998 is a live album by American composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded at Wesleyan University. All compositions by Anthony BraxtonDisc One: "Composition N. Recorded at Wesleyan University in Connecticut on April 17, 1998.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1-1 Composition N. 227
Alto Saxophone, Alto Saxophone [F-Alto Saxophone], Clarinet, Flute – Anthony BraxtonBassoon, Contrabassoon, Piccolo Flute [Piccolo], Celesta, Instruments [Plastic Indonesian Tourist Instrument] – David NovakSoprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Chris Jonas
55:58
2-1 Composition N. 228
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Seth MisterkaAlto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Jackson Moore Bass Saxophone, Contrabass Saxophone, Contrabass Clarinet – Anthony Braxton
49:18

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Kdg
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Leo Records
  • Copyright (c) – Leo Records
  • Published By – Synthesis Music
  • Published By – Alissa Publishing
  • Recorded At – Wesleyan University

Credits

  • Artwork – Lora Denis
  • Engineer [Engineered By] – Simon Brewer
  • Liner Notes – Steve Day
  • Music By – Anthony Braxton
  • Producer – Anthony Braxton, Leo Feigin
  • Recorded By – Jon Rosenberg

Notes

Recorded live at Wesleyan University, April 17, 1998

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 024792 036721
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L173
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 3066
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI 3067
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 871.211.A CDLR 367/368 #1
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 871.211.B CDLR 367/368 #1
  • Rights Society (Synthesis Music): BMI
  • Rights Society (Alissa Publishing): PRS
  • Label Code: LC 5417
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This review exists less as a guide for ranking the recording's quality in the context of the Braxton repertoire, nor the time in which it was published (Braxton's philosophical sense of a vibrational continuum would attest to a more elliptical approach to any linear 'duration' anyway), but rather as a significant observation in listening to this recording. The positively bouncy Composition no. 227 introduces some of the celesta around the twenty minute mark and, a couple minutes after that sees a strong exchange from Chris Jonas (on tenor saxophone) and David Novak (on bassoon) as Braxton begins a sputtering response on clarinet before the three begin to surround each other in spiraling, chunkily delivered lines. Around 28 minutes I notice a significantly lower register saxophone than what is credited on the CD (which I believe to be a contrabass saxophone) to Anthony Braxton from around 28:00-32:00 during the first disc. Both compositions are incredibly fun for revisited listening and provide a wealth of reed-centric music/technique, as well as a snippet of the Braxton sound world, his Ghost Trance Music collection, and one of 20th Century's mavericks of obtuse contemporary structural improvisational art.