|Studio album /Live album by Richard Teitelbaum and Anthony Braxton|
|Recorded|| June 10 and September 16, 1976|
Creative Music Festival, Mount Tremper, NY and Bearsville Sound, Woodstock, NY
|Label|| Freedom |
|Producer||Michael Cuscuna and Richard Teitelbaum|
|Anthony Braxton chronology|
Time Zones is an album by electronic musician Richard Teitelbaum and saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded in 1976 and originally released on the Freedom label.
Richard Lowe Teitelbaum is an American composer, keyboardist, and improvisor. A former student of Allen Forte, Mel Powell, and Luigi Nono, he is known for his live electronic music and synthesizer performances. He is a pioneer of brain-wave music. He is also involved with world music and uses Japanese, Indian, and western classical instruments and notation in both composition and improvisational settings.
Anthony Braxton is an American composer and multi-instrumentalist who is known in the genre of free jazz.
Freedom Records was a jazz record label headed by Shel Safran and founded by Alan Bates as a division of Black Lion Records.
The Allmusic review by Brian Olewnick stated "The two had a long and fruitful relationship and these pieces give a good idea why: both possessed probing intelligence that enabled them to dig deep into each other's individual musical languages, unearthing surprising common ground as well as acknowledging differences".In JazzTimes Bill Shoemaker wrote "Teitelbaum is in a class by himself when it comes to improvising with synthesizers. His ability to morph from horn-like voice to viscous texture, to melt between foreground and background, and to incite inspired improvisations from Braxton (especially an alto solo at the end of "Crossings," which unravels from desultory lyricism to an eerie reed effect), is thoroughly engaging".
JazzTimes is an American magazine devoted to jazz. Published 10 times a year, it was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1970 by Ira Davidson Sabin (1928–2018) as a newsletter called Radio Free Jazz. Sabine founded Radio Free Jazz to complement his Washington, D.C. record store that he founded in 1962. As a newsletter, it informed consumers of the latest jazz releases and provided jazz broadcasters with news and backstories related to playlists.
All compositions by Richard Teitelbaum.
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The sopranino saxophone is one of the smallest members of the saxophone family. It is tuned in the key of E♭, and sounds an octave higher than the alto saxophone. The sopranino saxophone has a sweet sound and although it is one of the least common of the saxophones in regular use today, it is still being produced by several of the major musical manufacturing companies. Due to their small size, sopraninos are not usually curved like other saxophones. Orsi, however, does make curved sopranino saxophones.
For Alto is a jazz double-LP by composer/multi-reedist Anthony Braxton released on Delmark Records in 1969. The tracks on this album are performed by Braxton on alto saxophone, with no additional instrumentation or musicians and no overdubbing.
Four Compositions 1982/1988 is an album by American composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded in 1982 and 1988 and released on the hatART label in 1989.
New York, Fall 1974 is an album by the American jazz saxophonist Anthony Braxton, recorded in 1974 and released on the Arista label. The album was subsequently included on The Complete Arista Recordings of Anthony Braxton released by Mosaic Records in 2008.
Creative Orchestra Music 1976 is an album by American jazz saxophonist and composer Anthony Braxton recorded in 1976 and released on the Arista label. The album was subsequently included on The Complete Arista Recordings of Anthony Braxton released by Mosaic Records in 2008.
In the Tradition Volume 2 is an album by American saxophonist and composer Anthony Braxton recorded in 1974 and released on the Danish SteepleChase label in 1976. The album features Braxton's interpretations of jazz standards and followed the first volume recorded at the same sessions which was released in 1974.
Four Compositions (1973) is an album by American saxophonist and composer Anthony Braxton recorded in Japan in 1973 and originally released on the Japanese Denon label in 1976. The album features Braxton's compositions dedicated to Richard Teitelbaum, Muhal Richard Abrams, Warne Marsh and Laurent Goddet.
For Trio is an album by American jazz saxophonist and composer Anthony Braxton recorded in 1977 and released on the Arista label. The album features two recordings of the same composition by Braxton in two separate trios and was subsequently included on The Complete Arista Recordings of Anthony Braxton released by Mosaic Records in 2008.
Solo: Live at Moers Festival is a live solo album by saxophonist/composer/improviser Anthony Braxton recorded in 1974 at the Third International New Jazz Festival in Moers and originally released on the German Ring label in 1976 and the Moers Music label in 1977.
Trio and Duet is an album by American jazz saxophonist Anthony Braxton recorded in 1974 and released on the Canadian Sackville label. The album features a trio performance of one of Braxton's compositions and three duets on jazz standards. It was reissued in 2015 by Delmark Records, which purchased the catalog of the Sackville label, with two bonus tracks.
Duets 1976 is an album by saxophonist and composer Anthony Braxton and pianist Muhal Richard Abrams recorded in 1976 and released on the Arista label. The album features three compositions by Braxton, two jazz standards and one improvisation and was subsequently included on The Complete Arista Recordings of Anthony Braxton released by Mosaic Records in 2008.
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Open Aspects '82 is an album by saxophonist/composer/improviser Anthony Braxton and electronic musician Richard Teitelbaum which was recorded in 1982 and originally released on the hat ART label as a double LP and rereleased on CD in 1993 as Open Aspects (Duo) 1982.
Seven Compositions 1978 is an album by composer Anthony Braxton recorded in Paris in 1979 by a quartet and originally released on the Moers Music label.
Anthony Braxton / Robert Schumann String Quartet is an album by composer/saxophonist Anthony Braxton in concert with the Robert Schumann String Quartet recorded in 1979 by Westdeutscher Rundfunk and originally released on the Sound Aspects label in 1986.
Silence is an album by saxophonist Anthony Braxton, trumpeter Leo Smith and violinist Leroy Jenkins recorded in 1969 and originally released on the Freedom label in 1975.
Composition No. 94 for Three Instrumentalists is a live album by composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton featuring two variations of the title piece recorded in Italy in 1980 and first released on the Golden Years of New Jazz label in 1999.
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Duo (London) 1993 is a live album featuring performances by saxophonists Anthony Braxton and Evan Parker which was recorded at the Bloomsbury Theatre as part of the 1993 London Jazz Festival and released on the Leo label.
Two Lines is an album by composer David Rosenboom with saxophonist and improviser Anthony Braxton recorded in 1992 and released on the Lovely label.