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Burkhard Beins, John Butcher, Werner Dafeldecker: Induction

Read "Induction" reviewed by Mark Corroto


To mark John Butcher's 65th birthday in 2019, a series of concerts were held (mostly in Berlin) which produced five well-appointed limited LP editions of 300 from the folks at Ni Vu Ni Connu. The varied albums include Induction, a trio with Burkhard Beins and Werner Dafeldecker, La Pierre Tachée, a duo with Sophie Agnel, Shaped & Chased, a trio with Thomas Lehn and Gino Robair, Lamenti Dall'infinito, a quartet with Liz Allbee, Ignaz Schick and Marta Zapparoli, and the ...

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Lucio Capece & Werner Dafeldecker: Iteration

Read "Iteration" reviewed by John Eyles


When the Another Timbre label was set up in 2006-7, its releases were intended to be a balance between modern composition and free improv. Over time, that intention shifted gradually so that the majority of the label's more recent releases have been modern composition. Of course, the distinction between composition and improvisation is not watertight, as many modern composers allow performers leeway when interpreting their pieces. This is mentioned here because the two tracks on Iteration are not compositions but ...


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