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    Other Minds, the San Francisco based nonprofit organization, has been preserving and digitizing the extensive new music archives of KPFA. In addition, Other
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      Other Minds, the San Francisco based nonprofit organization, has been
      preserving and digitizing the extensive new music archives of KPFA. In addition,
      Other Minds has constructed a web site, Radio OM, where streaming of the
      programs from the archives is available for FREE. There are two great Anthony
      Braxton pieces, and to compliment an amazing article in this months Wire, they
      are ready to be listened to (one of which was digitized just recently):

      _http://radiom.org/braxton.php_ (http://radiom.org/braxton.php)
      Anthony Braxton interviewed before his concert at the Palace of the Legion
      of Honor, October 10th, 1971
      Breakfast Conversation in Concert: Anthony Braxton, as interviewed by Roland
      Young, Glen Howell, and Sandy Silver, with music from Anthony Braxton's
      concert the night before at the Palace of the Legion of Honor on October 10, 1971.

      _http://radiom.org/braxton2.php_ (http://radiom.org/braxton2.php)
      Anthony Braxton, Speaking of Music at the Exploratorium (December 5, 1985)

      Anthony Braxton interviewed by Charles Amirkhanian at the Exploratorium's
      Speaking of Music Series in San Francisco, December 5, 1985.

      The distinguished composer and improvisor, recently appointed to the music
      faculty at Mills College in Oakland, discusses foundation materials for
      vocabulary and structural models in his music. Using the seminal composition
      JMK-80/CFN-7 (Composition 26b) which he premiered in 1971 at the Palace of Fine
      Arts Theatre in San Francisco, Braxton illustrates his new methods of
      structuring sounds in time. Among his recent works is Trillium, a series of 36
      autonomous acts which comprise 12 master operas. Dialogues A from this series was
      premiered in April 1985 in San Diego. As composer and performer, Braxton appears
      on 40 LP’s. He has collaborated with Ornette Coleman, Archie Shepp and
      others, and has recorded his own music from reed solos to work for large
      orchestras.
      (from the Speaking of Music Program Guide, Fall 1985)


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