Recorded in 1994 by the 23-piece Creative Jazz Orchestra, Anthony Braxton
consideres these two compositions to be one of his most important works.
They might be called Anthony Braxton's operas and twenty-page booklet gives
full librettos of both. Although the orchestra in question is called
Creative Jazz Orchestra the music is much closer to classical/academic
avant-guard than to jazz. The scope of Braxton's vision is really amazing,
and this double CD is absolutely necessary addition to the collections of
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