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Anthony Braxton’s ‘Echo Echo Mirror House Music’

Online try-out concert
Composition 381 (Echo Echo Mirror House Music) - Anthony Braxton

by Kobe Van Cauwenberghe, with Steven Delannoye, Niels Van Heertum, Hampus Lindwall, Winnie Huang, Carl Testa

"This is a world of INTER-CONNECTIVITY that allows for integrated and re-integration strategies - including merging into different area-spaces."
-- A. Braxton (Liner notes to "3 Compositions [EEMHM] 2011")

‘Echo Echo Mirror House Music’ (EEMHM) is one of Anthony Braxton's lesser-known recent composition systems in which he combines a layered system of graphic scores with an interactive sound collage consisting of his entire recorded oeuvre. Braxton associates EEMHM within his holistic composition model with ‘Sound Mass Logics’, which musically translates into replication, multiplicity, infinity, clouds, swarms and noise.

Working closely with Carl Testa from Tri-Centric Foundation, guitarist Kobe Van Cauwenberghe will present a first step in the realization of a new live version of EEMHM. For this version Van Cauwenberghe is joined by saxophonist Steven Delannoye, tubist Niels Van Heertum, violin player Winnie Huang and organist Hampus Lindwall as well as Carl Testa himself, who will perform the sound collage live from New Haven via zoom.

(Image: Roger Laute)


>> This event was originally part of the cancelled ARTICULATE 2020 programme and will now take place in a slightly adapted, online form.