Anthony Braxton & Ben Opie | Duets (Pittsburgh) 2008

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Duets (Pittsburgh) 2008

by Anthony Braxton & Ben Opie

Duet session of two great reed players
Genre: Avant Garde: Structured Improvisation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Composition 220 (+ 278, 29B)
Anthony Braxton & Ben Opie
54:33 album only
2. Composition 340 (+ 173)
Anthony Braxton & Ben Opie
61:04 album only
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Album Notes
In 2008, Anthony Braxton's music was celebrated in Pittsburgh with the "Braxton Plays Pittsburgh Plays Braxton" festival. One of the results of that festival is this double-CD session. Braxton is joined by saxophonist/clarinetist Ben Opie, playing extended performances on two works from Braxton's Ghost Trance Musics series. There are several lines blurred throughout: the division between composition and improvisation, and the differences between the two reed players. It's an intimate and exciting set of recordings.



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