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Distant Radio Transmission

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Roscoe Mitchell

Label: Wide Hive Records
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Distant Radio Transmission; Nonaah Trio; Cutouts for Woodwind Quintet; 8.8.88 Pt 1; 8.8.88 Pt 2; 8.8.88 Pt 3.

Personnel

Roscoe Mitchell
Roscoe Mitchell

woodwinds

Petr Kotik

composer/conductor

Thomas Buckner
Thomas Buckner

voice / vocals

James Fei
James Fei

saxophone

John Gattis

french horn

Seth Horvitz

programming

Additional Personnel / Information

Daniel Havel: flute; Malgorzata Hlawsa: flute; Kamila Motková: oboe; Denisa Bílá: oboe; Lukáš Danhel: clarinet; Carlos Cordeiro: clarinet; Stefanie Liedtke: bassoon; Jan Soukup: bassoon; Monika Cerovská: horn; Jan Garláthy: horn; Andy Kozar: trumpet; William Lang: trombone; Gergely Lukács: tuba; Adam Maros: percussion; Miklos Holló: percussion; Chris Nappi: percussion; Keiko Shichijo: piano; Ivana Dohnalová: harp; Conrad Harris: violin; Pauline Kim Harris: violin; Eszter Krulik: violin; Marco Cano: violin; David Danel: violin; Nikolaus Schlierf: viola; Juraj Madari: viola; Liuh Wen Ting: viola; Andrej Gál: violoncello; Matthias Lorenz: violoncello; Juho Laitinen: violoncello; František Výrostko: contrabass; Juraj Bajús: contrabass.


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