Monday, February 13, 2017

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Grand Hall, Glasgow City Halls Glasgow Scotland 19th November 2016 Ilan Volkov : conductor Taylor Ho Bynum : cornet and conductor James Fei : saxophone and conductor play Anthony Braxton compositions FM.flac

01. intro and interview [1:55]
02. Anthony Braxton : Composition No 27 (1973) for full orchestra (European Premiere) [16:35]
03. intro and interview [2:38]
04. James Fei : The Loudness of Single and Combined Sounds (World Premiere) [17:35]
05. intro and interview [1:27]
06. Taylor Ho Bynum : Uncle, Another Tale (possibilities for creative orchestra and three conductors) (World Premiere)[13:31]
07. intro and interview [[1:16]
08. Anthony Braxton : Composition No 63 (1976) for chamber orchestra and two improvising soloists (UK Premiere) [16:31]

Refusing to be categorised as a jazz artist throughout his lifetime, Anthony Braxton prefers the term ‘creative’ to describe his music. A multi-instrumentalist – a virtuoso of saxophone, clarinet and piano – and composer, his music draws upon a disparate mix of influences from John Coltrane to Stockhausen to Native American music. This concert features two examples of his works for creative orchestra from the 1970s, featuring regular Braxton collaborators James Fei and Taylor Ho Bynum as soloists. Fei and Bynum are established composers in their own right and here they debut two new pieces for orchestra with the BBC SSO’s Principal Guest Conductor, Ilan Volkov.

Recorded live off air from the original BBC Radio Three broadcast during Hear And Now on 28th January 2017.  Source was the BBC HLS 323kbps 48kHz internet stream.

Audition was used to edit broadcast, increase levels by 5dB, track and convert to 44.1kHz.  FLAC tagging done using mp3tag and fingerprints generated using TLH.

To play the music only then drop the odd numbered tracks.

29th January 2017

Source: BBC Radio 3 > 323kbps 48k HLS aac stream > ffmpeg > aac > Audition > FLAC
Recorded and processed by PsyKies


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