Barry Guy & London Jazz Composers' Orchestra - Harmos mp3 flac
Intakt CD 013. Barry Guy & London Jazz Composers' Orchestra. Barry Guy & London Jazz Composers' Orchestra - Harmos (CD, Album).
Harmos is a work dating from 1989 and recorded just before the LJCO turned 20. Guy's composition is based on a series of elongated tones that create the basis for both collective and group improvisation inside a series of marked spaces and intervals. The notational devices are usually carried by the brass section that includes trombonists Paul Rutherford, Radu Malfatti, Alan Thomlinson, trumpeter Jon Corbett, and others.
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Harmos Live At Schaffhausen. For those who thought they had missed their chance to see one of the most impressive agglomerations of talent in European improvisation, the 2008 appearance of the London Jazz Composers Orchestra in Switzerland was manna from heaven. Harmos" can almost be considered one of the LJCO's greatest hits. Composed in 1987, it was first chronicled on Harmos (Intakt, 1989), has also appeared in a trio version with pianist Marilyn Crispell on Odyssey (Intakt, 2002), and was the last chart performed by the LJCO prior to its Swiss reunion.
Harmos by Barry Guy & London Jazz Composers Orchestra, released 01 January 1989 1. Harmos Intakt CD 01. Barry Guy: Bass Barre Phillips, Dave Holland: Bass Anthony Braxton (tracks: C, D), Barry Guy (tracks: A, B): Conductor Marc Charig: Cornet Paul Lytton, Tony Oxley (tracks: C, D): Drums Howard Riley: Piano Evan Parker, Paul Dunmall, Peter McPhail, Simon Picard, Trevor Watts: Reeds Alan Tomlinson, Paul Rutherford (2), Radu Malfatti: Trombone Henry Lowther, Jon Corbett: Trumpet Steve Wick: Tuba Phil Wachsmann: Violin.
Barry Guy: Radio Rondo Barry Guy: Harmos. A powerhouse of free jazz, rarely seen live – simply because the London Jazz Composers Orchestra unites musicians from all over the world, its title notwithstanding.
- Recorded At – Radio Studio DRS
- Bass – Barre Phillips
- Bass, Directed By [Director] – Barry Guy
- Composed By – Barry Guy
- Cornet – Marc Charig
- Design – Ruedi Wyss
- Drums – Paul Lytton
- Engineer [Recording, Digital Mastering] – Peter Pfister
- Executive-Producer [Executive Production By] – Patrik Landolt, Rosmarie A. Meier
- Liner Notes [English] – Barry Guy
- Mastered By [Digital Mastering By] – Barry Guy, Maya Homburger
- Piano – Howard Riley
- Producer [Produced By] – Intakt Records
- Reeds – Evan Parker, Paul Dunmall, Peter McPhail, Simon Picard, Trevor Watts
- Trombone – Alan Tomlinson, Paul Rutherford , Radu Malfatti
- Trumpet – Henry Lowther, Jon Corbett
- Tuba – Steve Wick*
- Violin – Phil Wachsmann*
NotesRecorded April 4 and 5 1989 at Radio Studio DRS Zurich, Switzerland.
Digital Mastering July 1989.
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|Intakt CD 013||Barry Guy & London Jazz Composers' Orchestra*||Barry Guy & London Jazz Composers' Orchestra* - Harmos (CD, Album)||Intakt Records||Intakt CD 013||Switzerland||1989|