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Littlefield Concert Hall Mills College March 19-20, 2018

Littlefield Concert Hall Mills College March 19-20, 2018 by Roscoe Mitchell buy album

Roscoe Mitchell

Label: Wide Hive Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Rub; Nonainainah; Wha Wha; Frenzy House.

Personnel

Roscoe Mitchell
Roscoe Mitchell

woodwinds

Additional Personnel / Information

Thomas Bruckner: baritone vocals; William Harvey: trumpet; Alicia Telford: french horn; Andrew Strain: trombone; Tiffany Bayly: tuba; Sophie Huet: clarinet; Rachel Condry: clarinet, bass clarinet; Jesse Barrett: oboe; Kyle Bruckmann: oboe, english horn; Carla Wilson, Karla Ekholm: bassoon; Joanna Martin, Stacey Pelinka: flute; Giovanni Trovalusci: flute, bass flute; Jeongak-Soo-Yeon Lyuh: haegeum; Jennifer Ellis: harp; Brett Carson: piano; Kate Stenberg, Mia Bella d'Augelli, Rachel Noyes, Roy T. Malan: violin; Ivo Bokulic: viola; Crystal Pascucci, Lewis Patzner: cello; Richard Worn: double bass; Jordan Glenn: drums; Scott Siler, William Winant: percussion; James Fei: live electronics; Roscoe Mitchell: composition, orchestration, conduction on track 2; Steed Cowart: conduction on tracks 1, 3, 4.


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