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Paul Rutherford

An experimental, unstable player who also offers a good love of life, trombonist Paul Rutherford’s worked in lots of seminal free rings from the ’60s. He began on saxophone within the middle-’50s, after that turned to trombone and performed that device in Royal Atmosphere Force rings from 1958 to 1963. …

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Terry Riley

Minimalist pioneer Terry Riley was being among the most groundbreaking composers from the postwar period; famed for his intro of repetition into Traditional western music motifs, he also masterminded early tests in tape loops and hold off systems which remaining an indelible tag around the experimental music stated in his …

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Stevan Kovacs Tickmayer

Delivered into Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Yugoslavia’s Hungarian community on Apr 7, 1963, composer/multi-instrumentalist Stevan Kovacs Tickmayer immigrated to France in 1991, at almost the precise moment once the Yugoslav Wars started. Tickmayer provides undertaken a different and eclectic music profession crossing several genre and stylistic limitations, in a way reflecting …

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