What Avant-garde music or Free Improvisation Are You Currently Listening To?

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Abdul Moimême & Ricardo Guerreiro: Khettahu
Abdul Moimême - 2 prepared electric guitars
Ricardo Guerreiro - electronics
(rec. at Namouche Studios, Lisbon, 19th June 2010)


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Alfredo Costa Monteiro & Miguel A. Garcia : Aq'Ab'Al
Alfredo Costa Monteiro electronics
Miguel A. Garcia electronics
(released March 31, 2017)
MIKROTON CD 57



https://mikroton.bandcamp.com/album/aqabal?from=embed
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Serge Baghdassarians/Boris Baltschun/Burkhard Beins: Future Perfect
Baghdassarians // mixing desk, delays, electric guitar
Baltschun // computer, sampler
Beins // percussion, zither
(released March 21, 2016)
MIKROTON CD 49



https://mikroton.bandcamp.com/album/future-perfect?from=embed
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Lehn/Schmickler: NEUE BILDER
Thomas Lehn // analogue synthesizer
Marcus Schmickler // computer
Recorded at KWL-Museum Münster (Feb. 12th 2016) and Schlachthof Wels (Nov. 9th 2013)



https://mikroton.bandcamp.com/track/12022016

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Raphaël Cendo: Rokh I,II & III for flute, violin, cello and piano (2011-2012)
Ensemble Alternance
Frédéric Baldarrare, cello
Jean-Marie Cottte, piano
Jacques Ghestem, violin
Jean-Luc Menet, flutes and artistic direction


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Thomas Lehn
Gerry Hemingway

Tom and Gerry


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Raphaël Cendo (*1975)
Introduction Aux Ténèbres (39:54)
to three texts of the Apocalypse
for bass-baritone solo, double bass solo, 13 players and live electronics (2009)
Romain Bischoff, bass baritone · Nicolas Crosse, double bass
Ictus Ensemble · Georges-Elie Octors, conductor
Grégory Beller, music computing (Ircam Centre Pompidou)
Alexandre Fostier, sound director


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Saw them live last month. Impressive interplay, lots of structure  but also freedom.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygliHqCqSzQ

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“In the wake of his masterpieces "Nature Morte" (LEO #310) and "Master And Margarita" (LEO #322323), Simon Nabatov comes up with another magnificent project based on the works of yet another Russian literary colossus, Daniil Kharms. However, this time the ensemble is larger than the previous works by Simon Nabatov: Phil Minton, Frank Gratkowsky, Nils Wogram, Ernst Reijseger, Matt Penman, Michael Sarin and Cor Fuhler. The range of Nabatov's music is remarkable in mood as well as style. It is a daunting task to set the texts by Brodsky, Bulgakov or Kharms to music, but such is the depth of Nabatov's music that he comes out of it with flying colors.”

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I posted this in the classical music listening thread but it's definitely also appropriate for this thread--

Earle Brown: Event Synergy for two ensembles (1967-68)
The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players conducted by Earle Brown and Stephen I. Mosko


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I posted this in the classical music listening thread but it's definitely also appropriate for this thread--

Earle Brown: Event Synergy for two ensembles (1967-68)
The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players conducted by Earle Brown and Stephen I. Mosko



Wow!




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Chris Burn's Ensemble at Musica Genera 2002
John Butcher, tenor and soprano saxophones; Xavier Charles, clarinet; Rhodri Davies, harp; Matt Hutchinson, synthesizer, electronics; Nikos Veliotis, cello.
     1.  zaczac (06.51)
     2.  rotacja (09.52)
     3.  qpdbqp (08.26)
     4.  strach na wróble (09.18)
     5.  kontynuowac (05.22)
     6.  konczyc (07.57)
Recorded in 2002 at the Musica Genera festival, Poland.


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Assumed Possibilities: Still Point

Chris Burn: piano, toy pianos
Rhodri Davies: harp
Phil Durrant: violin
Mark Wastell: cello

Recorded at Gateway Studios, London, January 7, 2001
(Rossbin Production, RS007) (Italy) (CD)


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Raphaël Cendo: String Quartet No. 2 'Substance'


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JOHN BUTCHER soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone
PHIL DURRANT violin
JOHN RUSSELL guitar

1 - HEAVY MERGE - 19:51
2 - BELAYED - 13:10
3 - BUFFET BALLS - 4:55
4 - BEYOND HEADLINES - 6:57
5 - CLIMATE CHANGE - 22:02

Digital concert recordings:

1-4 by STUDIO CCAM: François Cacic and François Dietz
Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy (Centre Culturel Andre Malraux)
1998 May 22 at MUSIQUE ACTION '98 (15th season)


5 by EMANEM: Martin Davidson London (Red Rose)
1998 March 15 at a MOPOMOSO monthly concert



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Can't decipher the cover info on the disc on the right Lester.  What is it?

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Can't decipher the cover info on the disc on the right Lester.  What is it?
Post CD photos with no album/artist name is worthless to music fans.
I get read Tony Malaby 5 or seems.