Tentet (New York) 1996 by Anthony Braxton, released 01 January 1997 1. Composition No. 193 Composition No. 193 performed by Anthony Braxton, . Parran, Andre Vida, Brandon Evans, Kevin Norton, Roland Dahinden, Jacqui Carrasco, Gwen Laster, Joe Fonda, Ted Reichman, recorded live at the Knitting Factory, June 23, 1996. released January 1, 1997.
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Tentet (New York) 1996 is a live album by composer and saxophonist Anthony Braxton with an ensemble, recorded at the Knitting Factory in 1996 and released on his own Braxton House label. Tentet (New York) 1996. Live album by. Anthony Braxton. Braxton shoves classical idealism and jazz bravado right into the middle of one another in a visionary meld.
Tentet (New York) 1996 is a avant-garde jazz music live album recording by ANTHONY BRAXTON released in 1996 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Braxton House – BH-004. Recorded on 23 June 1996 at the 'What Is Jazz?' Festival at The Knitting Factory, NYC. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Quartet (New Haven) 2014 FIREHOUSE 12 RECORDS 2019. Six Compositions (Quartet) 1984 BLACK SAINT 2009. Live album by Anthony Braxton.
Discography for jazz saxophonist Anthony Braxton. 1968: 3 Compositions of New Jazz (Delmark). 1969: Anthony Braxton (BYG Actuel). 1969: For Alto (Delmark). 1971: Recital Paris 71 (Futura). 1971: Together Alone (Delmark, ) with Joseph Jarman. 1972: Saxophone Improvisations Series F America. 1972: Town Hall 1972 (Trio). 1972: Donna Lee (America). 1974: In the Tradition (SteepleChase). 1974: In the Tradition Volume 2 (SteepleChase). 1974: Quartet: Live at Moers Festival (Ring).
Kevin Norton (born January 21, 1956) is an American percussionist and composer active in the New York City jazz and contemporary music scenes. He has performed and recorded with a diverse group of musicians, including Anthony Braxton, Paul Dunmall, Milt Hinton, Fred Frith, David Krakauer, Joëlle Léandre, Frode Gjerstad, Wilber Morris, James Emery, Bern Nix, and many others. In 1999, he founded Barking Hoop Recordings, a record label dedicated to releasing new and original music.