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Granular Modality

Label: Warner Bros. Records
Released: 2012

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2011 Guggenheim Fellow Earl Howard Premieres His Composition Project Superstring At Roulette May 12

Earl Howard Ensemble Tom Chiu and Conrad Harris Saturday, May 12, 2012 8PM at Roulette Brooklyn 509 Atlantic Ave (corner of Atlantic and 3rd Ave) An evening of dynamic new music from live electroacoustic pioneer Earl Howard and FLUX Quartet violinists Tom Chiu and Conrad Harris. 2011 Guggenheim Fellow Earl ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Anthony Davis Ensemble Live at Dizzy's San Diego, February 20, 2011

Read "Anthony Davis Ensemble Live at Dizzy's San Diego, February 20, 2011" reviewed by Robert Bush

Anthony Davis EnsembleDizzy's, San DiegoSan Diego, CAFebruary 20, 2011 Composer and pianist Anthony Davis is a modern day renaissance man. Not only is he a master of multiple jazz disciplines, he also has composed several critically acclaimed operas. His classical works have often dealt with controversial subjects, such as Tania, ...

Clepton

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2007

5 Saxophone Solos

Label: Mutable Music
Released: 2005

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Earl Howard: 5 Saxophone Solos

Read "5 Saxophone Solos" reviewed by Ty Cumbie

Saxophonist Earl Howard's solo CD, released on Tom Buckner's wonderful Mutable Music, reveals a quirky command of the instrument and ideas that defy easy analysis. For five fearless intervals, Howard publicly probes a private realm of sound. The results are almost always far from unlovely. Throughout there's an undertone of antipathy--and, paradoxically, a ...

Strong Force

Label: Mutable Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Strong Force, Pt. 1 (Howard) - 17:01 2. Strong Force, Pt. 2 (Howard) - 11:34 3. Strong Force, Pt. 3 (Howard) - 12:41 4. Strong Force, Pt. 4 (Howard) - 4:55 5. Strong Force, Pt. 5 (Howard) - 4:57

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Earl Howard: Strong Force

Read "Strong Force" reviewed by Clifford Allen

There are those who decried the attempted merger in the early ‘60s of jazz and classical music, the Third Stream movement spearheaded by Gunther Schuller, John Lewis and others, as a disservice to both realms. True, these early attempted syntheses often left too many seams showing and too many loose ends to qualify as successful.

Strong Force

Label: Warner Bros. Records
Released: 2003


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