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Anthony Braxton - Quartet (Paris) 1969 download album

  • Performer: Anthony Braxton
  • Album: Quartet (Paris) 1969
  • FLAC: 1439 mb | MP3: 1669 mb
  • Released: 2011
  • Country: US
  • Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz, Free Improvisation
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Anthony Braxton - Quartet (Paris) 1969 download album

Anthony Braxton Live 10/25/1969 Paris, France Anthony Braxton (sax) most likely with: Leo Smith (trumpet) Leroy Jenkins (violin) Steve McCall (drums.

Personnel: Anthony Braxton - alto saxophone. After issuing Anthony Braxton's Three Compositions of New Jazz in 1968, Chicago's Delmark Records took an enormous chance by issuing the first lengthy solo saxophone improvisation record in 1969 - and as a double LP no less!

Discography for jazz saxophonist Anthony Braxton. 1968: 3 Compositions of New Jazz (Delmark). 1969: Anthony Braxton (BYG Actuel). 1969: For Alto (Delmark). 1971: Recital Paris 71 (Futura). 1971: Together Alone (Delmark, ) with Joseph Jarman. 1972: Saxophone Improvisations Series F America. 1972: Town Hall 1972 (Trio). 1972: Donna Lee (America). 1974: In the Tradition (SteepleChase). 1974: In the Tradition Volume 2 (SteepleChase). 1974: Quartet: Live at Moers Festival (Ring).

Anthony Braxton (album). Studio 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. Recorded at Saravah Studios, Paris, France on September 10, 1969.

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. Creative Construction Company (album). II) is a 1976 album by the jazz collective Creative Construction Company, originally released on the Muse label. Duo (Victoriaville) 2005. Duo (Victoriaville) 2005 is a 2006 live album of improvised music by Anthony Braxton and Fred Frith. It was recorded on May 20, 2005 at the 22nd Festival International de Musique Actuelle de Victoriaville in Quebec, Canada, and released in May 2006 by Les Disques Victo, the festival's record label. Ensemble (Victoriaville) 1988. Studio album by. Anthony Braxton.

This mammoth document of the final year of the famous Anthony Braxton Quartet shows exactly why that group finally split: They had reached a creative apex as a group that - arguably - could not be furthered. The music on this collection features two live CDs and two studio CDs, and gives a completely different picture of the same band who recorded for Black Saint on the Six Compositions (Quartet) 1984 record. The concert reveals the quartet able to execute any notion from Braxton's theoretical yet soulful music, almost instinctually.

Anthony Braxton, alto sax. Parkway Community Center, Chicago, IL, summer 1969. Composition 8A: Dedicated To t Jack Gell. Anthony Braxton, four multi tracked piano. Europasonor Studios, Paris, France, January 2, 1971. Composition 16: G N 6 (X' 70B) (Dedicated To David Tudor). Futura (F) GER 23. Futura (F) GER 23; Musica (F) MUS. 2004; Futura (F) FUT 2024 Anthony Braxton - Recital Paris 71. Anthony Braxton Solo. Anthony Braxton, alto sax. "Theatre De L'Epee Des Bois", Paris, France, January 4, 1971. Come Sunday (Dedicated To Johnny Hodges). Anthony Braxton Group.


1 Quartet (Paris) 1969 20:20


  • Drums – Steve McCall
  • Reeds, Composed By – Anthony Braxton
  • Trumpet – Leo Smith*
  • Violin – Leroy Jenkins


Recorded October 25, 1969, Paris, France

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BL002 Anthony Braxton Quartet (Paris) 1969 ‎(File, MP3, 320) Braxton Bootleg BL002 US 2011