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Hans Tammen & 3rd Eye Orchestra, Cladogram



In his composistion Cladogram heard here, Hans Tammen uses Earle Brown's open form composition idea to launch a large multi-movement piece for a 15-piece ensemble with live sound processing. The music is inspired by West African roots of Jazz, Miles Davis' Bitches Brew, Steve Coleman and Stravinsky's layering or Steve Reich's phase techniques.

the performers were Jason Hwang (vio), Mari Kimura (vio), Stephanie Griffin (vla), Tomas Ullrich (cel), Briggan Krauss (as/bars), Eddy Rollin (oboe, english horn), Detlef Landeck (tb), Dafna Naphtali (voice, live sound processing), Ursel Schlicht (kb), Denman Maroney (kb), Nick Didkovsky (g), Satoshi Takeishi (perc), Hans Tammen (composer, conductor, concept).

This project was supported by the New YOrk State Council on the Arts.


 

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