Anthony Braxton - Four Compositions (Washington, D.C.) 1998 album flac
- Album: Four Compositions (Washington, D.C.) 1998
- FLAC: 1126 mb | MP3: 1793 mb
- Released: 1999
- Style: Free Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 500
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|1-1||Composition No. 46||13:14|
|1-2||Composition No. 222||14:09|
|1-3||Composition No. 70||27:39|
|2-1||Composition No. 223||43:40|
- Recorded At – Coolidge Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
- Accordion – Jonathan Zorn (tracks: 2-1), Peter Cafarella* (tracks: 1-3)
- Alto Saxophone – Seth Misterka (tracks: 2-1)
- Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Jackson Moore (tracks: 2-1)
- Baritone Saxophone – James Fei (tracks: 2-1)
- Bass – Joe Fonda (tracks: 2-1), Jonathan Zorn (tracks: 1-3, 2-1)
- Bass Clarinet – James Fei (tracks: 1-1, 1-3, 2-1)
- Bass Saxophone – Anthony Braxton (tracks: 2-1)
- Bass Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – J. D. Parran* (tracks: 2-1)
- Bass Trombone – Chriss Olness* (tracks: 1-1)
- Bassoon, Contrabassoon – David Novak (tracks: 1-3)
- Clarinet – Jackson Moore (tracks: 1-1, 2-1)
- Composed By – Anthony Braxton
- Conductor – Anthony Braxton (tracks: 1-1)
- Edited By – Jon Rosenberg
- Electric Guitar – Kevin O'Neil (tracks: 2-1)
- Engineer [Recording Engineers] – Greg Hartman , John Howell , John Tyler , Mike Turpin
- English Horn – Rafael Cohen (tracks: 1-1)
- Flugelhorn – Taylor Ho Bynum (tracks: 1-3)
- Flute – Rob Brown (tracks: 1-1)
- Flute, Clarinet [E-flat Clarinet], Soprano Clarinet [B-flat Clarinet], Contrabass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Saxophone [F-Saxophone] – Anthony Braxton (tracks: 1-3)
- Flute, Sopranino Saxophone [C-soprano Saxophone], Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet [Sopranino Clarinet], Bass Clarinet – Brandon Evans (tracks: 2-1)
- French Horn – Anita Miller (tracks: 1-1)
- Mastered By – Todd Gerard
- Oboe – Yosuke Oshima (tracks: 1-1)
- Percussion – Kevin Norton (tracks: 1-3, 2-1)
- Piano – Eric Ronick (tracks: 1-2)
- Producer – Anthony Braxton, Velibor Pedevski
- Soprano Saxophone – Richard McGhee (tracks: 2-1)
- Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – James Fei (tracks: 1-3, 2-1)
- Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Chris Jonas (tracks: 2-1)
- Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Andre Vida (tracks: 2-1)
- Trombone – Joe Fiedler (tracks: 1-1)
- Trumpet – Taylor Ho Bynum (tracks: 1-1, 1-3)
- Tuba – Chris Washburne (tracks: 1-1)
- Violin – Rachel Thompson (tracks: 1-2)
NotesRecorded May 1, 1998 at the Library of Congress (Coolidge Auditorium), Washington, D.C.
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