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3 Compositions (Eemhm) 2011

Anthony Braxton

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Composition No. 372
Anthony Braxton
57:53
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Composition No. 373
Anthony Braxton
59:26
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Composition No. 377
Anthony Braxton
58:14
Total Playing Time    2:55:33
3 Compositions (EEMHM) 201 features the first studio recordings of Braxton’s Echo Echo Mirror House Music—the latest conceptual innovation in Braxton’s five-decade career. With his Ghost Trance Music, Braxton created a framework for his musicians to freely explore his entire compositional output in each concert; with his Diamond Curtain Wall music, he brought his own interactive electronics into his improvisational palette.

Now with Echo Echo Mirror House Music, Anthony Braxton brings these ideas to the next level. In this ensemble of longtime collaborators, all the musicians wield iPods in addition to their instruments, while navigating scores that combine cartography and evocative graphic notation, creating a musical tapestry combining live performance and sampled sound from Braxton’s extensive recorded discography.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Firehouse 12 Records Studio Masters

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