- Performer:Anthony Braxton
- Title:Composition No. 169 + (186 + 206 + 214)
- Style:Structured Improvisation,Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
- Date of release:November 20, 2001
- Recording date:June 28, 2000
- Recording location:Ljubljana Music Festival
- Size FLAC version1934 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1657 megabytes
- Size WMA version1251 megabytes
- Formats:AA MPC WMA AC3 DXD MOD
But classification has never been what Braxton is about, and this sprawling concerto, as with much of his compositional output in the 1990s and beyond, builds on styles and techniques that the composer and alto saxophonist has gradually developed. There is a static quality to much of the piece (which is divided over two CDs), characterized by pulsating, thrusting strings. Braxton's dense, indecipherable prose describes the piece as one that "demonstrates staccato line (logic) distribution strategies with intervallic (focused) sub-plane manipulations (interjection) strategies.
Composition No. 169 + (186 + 206 + 214).
Anthony Braxton discography. 1996: Composition No. 102 for Orchestra & Puppet Theatre (Braxton House). 173 (Black Saint). 1998: Compositions 10 & 16 (+101) (hatART). 1998: 4 Compositions (Washington . 1998 (Braxton House). 1998: Trillium R (Braxton House). 2000: Quintet (Basel) 1977 (hatOLOGY). 2000: Composition No. 94 for Three Instrumentalists (1980) (Golden Years of New Jazz). 2000: 9 Compositions (Hill) 2000 (CIMP). 2000: Ten Compositions (Quartet) 2000 (CIMP). 2000: sations 2000 (CIMP) with Scott Rosenberg. 247 (Leo)
Composition n. 169 was arranged for four saxophonists (Anthony Braxton, James Fei, Chris Jonas, and Jackson Moore) and strings from Slovenia Radio Orchestra. All four saxophonists doubled as conductors. In addition to the notated composition . 69 the performance was augmented by three "Ghost Trance" structures. This work is yet another confirmation that the imagination of a true visionary knows no bounds. Liner notes by Anthony Braxton. Discography for jazz saxophonist Anthony Braxton. YouTube Encyclopedic. NEA Jazz Masters: Interview with Anthony Braxton. 2001: Composition No. 2001: Four Compositions (GTM) 2000. 2001: 8 Compositions (Quintet) 2001.
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. Creative Construction Company (album). For Two Pianos is an album by composer Anthony Braxton recorded in 1980 and first released on the Arista label in 1982. The album features a composition by Braxton written for two pianists which was subsequently rereleased on CD on The Complete Arista Recordings of Anthony Braxton released by Mosaic Records in 2008. Performance (Quartet) 1979. Performance (Quartet) 1979 is a live album by American composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded in Switzerland in 1979 and released on the hatART label. 96. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Cornish College Of The Arts. Alto Saxophone – Denny Goodhew. Bass – Deborah De Loria, Scott Weaver (2). Bass Clarinet – Ray Downey. CD LR 169. Anthony Braxton. Composition . 6 (CD, Album).
We were handed Composition 169. I opened the part to reveal 1,100 measures of relentlessly unison rhythmic clusters. I walked into the basement of a Wesleyan University studio and sat down at the piano for day one of Anthony Braxton’s small ensemble rehearsal. We were handed Composition 169.
Anthony Braxton (born June 4, 1945) is a composer, multi-reedist and pianist. He has created a large body of highly complex work. Much of Braxton's music is jazz oriented, but he has also been active in free improvisation, orchestral music and has written operas. dll?p amg&sql 11:66vsa9lgb23f~T1). Early in his career, Braxton led a trio with violinist Leroy Jenkins and trumpeter Leo Smith. 2001 Composition No. 2001 Four Compositions (GTM) 2000. 2001 8 Compositions (Quintet) 2001.
CreditsAnthony Braxton - Composer, Conductor, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Producer, Sax (Alto)
Lora Denis - Artwork
James Fei - Clarinet (Bass), Conductor, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto), Sax (Soprano)
Leo Feigin - Producer
Chris Jonas - Conductor, Primary Artist, Sax (Soprano)
Track List - Disc 1
|1||Composition N. 169 + (186 + 206 + 214) Anthony Braxton||Anthony Braxton feat: James Fei / Chris Jonas||40:58|
Track List - Disc 2
|1||Composition N. 169 + (186 + 206 + 214) (Continued) Anthony Braxton||Anthony Braxton feat: James Fei / Chris Jonas||50:46|