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Anthony Braxton|Five Compositions (quartet) 1986

Five Compositions (quartet) 1986

Anthony Braxton

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Anthony Braxton has spent his career plying a mostly inspired blend of complex compositions and free group improvisation, reserving choice spots in his works for the parade of talented jazz musicians he's employed. In the '70s, lean years for the avant-garde jazz set, his forbidding form of music forced him to make the occasional buck hustling chess games in New York's Washington Square Park. Fortunately, those days were short lived. Now Braxton is utilizing his considerable talents in the Wesleyan University music department as a professor. By the time of this mid-'80s quartet date, Braxton was just starting to get better compensated for his music and was also formalizing his heady compositional formula; this advance was helped along considerably by his stellar quartet, including pianist Marilyn Crispell, percussionist Gerry Hemingway, and bassist Mark Dresser. Five Compositions features this group minus Crispell (ably replaced by David Rosenboom). Things kick off with the relatively straightforward, Braxtonized bebop number "Composition No. 131," featuring a complex head statement followed by some swinging passages, albeit with plenty of gritty horn work by the leader. Some deliberate and mercurial chamber jazz follows on "Composition No. 88" and the livelier "Compostion No. 122," spotlighting Hemingway's incredibly intuitive and sophisticated drum work. Braxton loosens up a bit on the more free-form "Composition No. 124" and "Composition N. 101"; these last two feature Braxton's engaging soprano work and a distortion-riddled, bowed bass solo by Dresser. Knotty music to be sure, but some of Braxton's most rewarding.

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1
Composition No. 131
00:07:09

Mark Dresser, AssociatedPerformer - David Rosenboom, AssociatedPerformer - Anthony Braxton, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Gerry Hemingway , AssociatedPerformer - Synthesis Music, MusicPublisher - Giovanni Bonandrini, Producer

1986 Kepach Music S.r.l. 1986 Kepach Music S.r.l.

2
Composition No. 88
00:05:55

Mark Dresser, AssociatedPerformer - David Rosenboom, AssociatedPerformer - Anthony Braxton, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Gerry Hemingway , AssociatedPerformer - Synthesis Music, MusicPublisher - Giovanni Bonandrini, Producer

1986 Kepach Music S.r.l. 1986 Kepach Music S.r.l.

3
Composition No. 124
00:09:06

Mark Dresser, AssociatedPerformer - David Rosenboom, AssociatedPerformer - Anthony Braxton, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Gerry Hemingway , AssociatedPerformer - Synthesis Music, MusicPublisher - Giovanni Bonandrini, Producer

1986 Kepach Music S.r.l. 1986 Kepach Music S.r.l.

4
Composition No. 122
00:09:32

Mark Dresser, AssociatedPerformer - David Rosenboom, AssociatedPerformer - Anthony Braxton, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Gerry Hemingway , AssociatedPerformer - Synthesis Music, MusicPublisher - Giovanni Bonandrini, Producer

1986 Kepach Music S.r.l. 1986 Kepach Music S.r.l.

5
Composition No. 101
00:11:33

Mark Dresser, AssociatedPerformer - David Rosenboom, AssociatedPerformer - Anthony Braxton, Composer, MainArtist, AssociatedPerformer - Gerry Hemingway , AssociatedPerformer - Synthesis Music, MusicPublisher - Giovanni Bonandrini, Producer

1986 Kepach Music S.r.l. 1986 Kepach Music S.r.l.

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Anthony Braxton has spent his career plying a mostly inspired blend of complex compositions and free group improvisation, reserving choice spots in his works for the parade of talented jazz musicians he's employed. In the '70s, lean years for the avant-garde jazz set, his forbidding form of music forced him to make the occasional buck hustling chess games in New York's Washington Square Park. Fortunately, those days were short lived. Now Braxton is utilizing his considerable talents in the Wesleyan University music department as a professor. By the time of this mid-'80s quartet date, Braxton was just starting to get better compensated for his music and was also formalizing his heady compositional formula; this advance was helped along considerably by his stellar quartet, including pianist Marilyn Crispell, percussionist Gerry Hemingway, and bassist Mark Dresser. Five Compositions features this group minus Crispell (ably replaced by David Rosenboom). Things kick off with the relatively straightforward, Braxtonized bebop number "Composition No. 131," featuring a complex head statement followed by some swinging passages, albeit with plenty of gritty horn work by the leader. Some deliberate and mercurial chamber jazz follows on "Composition No. 88" and the livelier "Compostion No. 122," spotlighting Hemingway's incredibly intuitive and sophisticated drum work. Braxton loosens up a bit on the more free-form "Composition No. 124" and "Composition N. 101"; these last two feature Braxton's engaging soprano work and a distortion-riddled, bowed bass solo by Dresser. Knotty music to be sure, but some of Braxton's most rewarding.

© TiVo

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