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Addendum to Urs Leimgruber in Portland

One of the participants in this event has just sent me a link to a soundfile of the entire group improvisation directed by Urs Leimgruber. http://soundcloud.com/jonathansielaff/urs-large-ensemble-cmg Enjoy!

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Updated Leimgruber report

The report on Urs Leimgruber’s visit to Portland has been updated with some videos and with the names of all the musicians who took part in the group imrovisation. Take a look at the other Leimgruber videos on YouTube, too, as they’re better quality than the ones I did with my little Canon PowerShot.

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Urs Leimgruber in Portland

Anyone who has listened to a lot of new music has heard a lot of saxophone playing. A lot of players have been interested in exploring new territory and a lot of composers have been attracted by the variety of wild noises one can get from that instrument. So when I heard of the latest […]

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