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Turbulence | Flux (Live)

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Flux (Live)

by Turbulence

Turbulence is the horn section of the Leap of Faith Orchestra which also performs as an independent unit. The ensemble is modular and changes quite a bit from session to session. Pure improvisation wind ensemble!!
Genre: Avant Garde: Free Improvisation
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This is a solid quintet set from 5 regular Turbulence contributors... Recorded live in performance at Outpost 186 in Cambridge MA on 18 February 2017.

The Evil Clown broad palette aesthetic seeks to create development through dozens of combinations of density, sonority and dynamic level... This set is an excellent example of us achieving our goal in the wind ensemble context.

Evil Clown 9133

PEK - clarinet, contra-alto clarinet, sopranino, tenor and bass
saxophones, oboe, contra-bassoon, tromboon, mussette, dulzaina,
suona, melodica, goat horn, game calls, wind siren, tibetan bell, slide
whistles, percussion, bullroarer
Dan O’Brien - piccolo, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, tenor saxophone,
bullroarer
Zach Bartolomei - soprano and alto saxophones, melodica, table
smacking, bead rattle
Bob Moores - trumpet, shofar, electronics, game calls, slide whistle,
wood flute
John Baylies - electric tuba, computer, synthesizer ​

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