In June 2005 Anthony Braxton was invited to work with a 16-piece ensemble at
Jazzatelier in Ulrichsberg, Austria. This work culminated in four
performances beginning withthe solo piano and the trio and finishing withtwo
performances with the ensemble. This 4-CD set documents yet another
incredible achievement of Anthony Braxton, who, as Stuart Broomer writes in
his brilliant notes, "has constructed a musical state in which no ultimate
score can exist and in which the conductor himself is liberated - free to be
surprised by the ongoing shaping of the music as well as its detail."
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