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IR 0126
BRAXTON, Anthony: Solo Willisau

BRAXTON, Anthony: Solo Willisau

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Anthony Braxton

Soloist

Venue:

Live recording, Jazzfestival Willisau, Switzerland

Venue

Record Label
Intakt Records

Genre:

Jazz Contemporary


Classical

Total Time - 74:36
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ANTHONY BRAXTON

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Composition No. 328c

09:11
     
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Composition No. 344b

11:49
     
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Composition No. 328a

08:54
     
 

JEROME KERN

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Very Warm for May: All the Things You Are

08:23
     
 

ANTHONY BRAXTON

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Composition No. 119m

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Composition No. 106p

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Composition No. 328d

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Composition No. 191j

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 Anthony Braxton Soloist


Anthony Braxton’s musical cosmos has no limits, is colorful and moves tumultuously. In the world of jazz, he made his debut with the solo double-LP, For Alto. The first unaccompanied saxophone solo jazz record was a provocation. Anthony Braxton has not stopped breaking through the conventions of jazz and placing his own, original alternatives up again it. Now, after forty years, the master takes stock of his work with his new recording, Solo Willisau (IR 0126). In the large hall, alone on the stage, he enthralled more than 1,500 listeners. “An unheard-of variety of sound,” wrote Rainer Kobbe in the German Jazzzeitung. “His solo on the alto sax was concentrated and never lost itself in quotations. During an intoned march, a looseness briefly swept up that quickly lost itself in a fantastic improvisation on ‘All the Things You Are’.”

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