Source: Perfect Sound Forever.
Composer’s early days & Floyd connection
GOOSE LAKE FESTIVAL
Detroit’s version of Woodstock
LES RALLIZES DÉNUDÉS
Psychedelic musical terrorism
RIP JON HASSELL
TRIBUTES | ARTICLES | INTERVIEWS
The Velvet’s forgotten avatar
Interview: Henry Cow years
Dispatches from the Lossless Wars
Source: IM-OS. IM-OS is new music journal focused on improvised music, open scores in various forms like prose, graphic and action notations.
Editorial (Carl Bergstrøm-Nielsen) 4
Music from drawing lines and a map of Harlem (John Voigt) 5
Reflections on the Scratch Orchestra (Alan Brett) 10
Transcript of BBC interview with Cornelius Cardew 16
about the Scratch Orchestra, 1972 (Alan Brett)
Excerpts from Meditations (VII) for any ensemble 19
(Andreja Andric, 2019)
Cornelius Cardew, the Scratch Orchestra and its Text Scores 1966 – 72. 22
Compositions No 1 and 2 for the Scratch Orchestra (Stefan Szczelkun) 41
Voicepiece (Christopher Hobbs, 1967) 42
Small notes (Carl Bergstrøm-Nielsen)
Source: East Bay Express.
The first time Karl Evangelista counted off the tempo and strummed the opening chords of his epic jazz suite Apura, he abruptly halted the proceedings after a few notes. False start. He bailed out of a second attempt just as quickly. But looking calm and unflappable, he found the sweet spot the third time, launching the quartet on an enthralling music journey that bridged cultures and generations. Though far more easily overcome, it was hard not to see the hiccups as symbolic of the many obstacles and complications he navigated in assembling his stellar cast last week at the Oakland Jazz Workshop.