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Label: Improvising Beings
Released: 2016
Track listing: Chant I; Chant II; Chant III; Chant IV; Chant V; Chant VI; Chant VII.


Article: Album Review

Nuova Camerata: Chant

Read "Chant" reviewed by Nicola Negri

Free improvisation and contemporary music share many aspects, and the goal is the same--to avoid the beaten path of established musical idioms. Of course, sometimes they can both become actual styles, somewhat conforming to predictable strategies, but the most successful instances are those that keep the ambiguity intact, presenting the ideal of “new music" in its ...


Parole Plongée

Label: Improvising Beings
Released: 2014


Cafe Solo

Label: Improvising Beings
Released: 2013



Label: Improvising Beings
Released: 2012


Sabu Toyozumi: Kosai Yujyo

Label: Improvising Beings
Released: 2012
Track listing: Kris’ Wish; The Last Feather; Strongsth 1; Strongsth 2; Unknown Sketch; Above Nino; Raw Drink; Sands’ Witch; The Göttingen Cadenza.


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Room 1618

Label: Improvising Beings
Released: 2012
Duration: 05:01


Article: Extended Analysis

Sabu Toyozumi: Kosai Yujyo

Read "Sabu Toyozumi: Kosai Yujyo" reviewed by John Eyles

Sabu ToyozumiKosai YujyoINaudible2012This double album puts the spotlight on one-time AACM member, the widely-travelled veteran Japanese drummer Sabu Toyozumi, capturing him in a variety of live settings across Europe in 2010 and 2011. For its nine tracks, Toyozumi was recorded at four different venues with eight different line-ups, ...


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