• Interview- Geoff Leigh (Henry Cow); Musical poem scores (article)

    From CSA Jason Gross@21:1/5 to All on Tue Mar 31 17:30:29 2020

    In the latest issue of Perfect Sound Forever <http://www.furious.com/perfect/index0420.html>, you'll find (among other things):

    Interview Pt 2- UK jazz, Henry Cow by John Wisniewski
    "Following up on our previous interview here at PSF, I had the chance to speak to British progressive rock musician, saxist/flauist Geoff Leigh, who helped create an unique sound with the jazz inspired music of Henry Cow. In this second conversation, he
    speaks about his influences, Henry Cow and Geoff's other bands fronted by him such as Red Balune and Random Bob."

    Explaining the unexplainable scores by Daniel Barbiero
    "'Asemic' literally means 'without meaning'; asemic texts (or more broadly, compositions) may mimic the formal profiles of conventional texts but they do so without containing or conveying meaning in a way that conventional texts ordinarily would. As
    with abstract painting or automatic drawing, which it often resembles, the asemic composition's content inheres in its formal elements and their relationships to each other, and in the associations those elements and relationships may give rise to in the

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