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  3. Masayuki 'Jojo' Takayanagi (高柳昌行) was a Japanese experimental musician. He was born in 1932 and died in 1991. He was active in the Japanese free…

  4. Annie Gosfield, whom the BBC called "A one woman Hadron collider, the queen of the detuned industrial noise" works on the boundaries between…

  5. Born Hagen, Germany, 10 May 1949, died Wuppertal 22 November 2011; guitar, daxophone; composer; inventor and luthier; designer.

    Hans Reichel first…

  6. Tetuzi Akiyama (秋山徹次) was born in Tokyo, April 13, 1964.

    Tetuzi Akiyama is a highly unique and experimental guitarist heavily applying free…

  7. Borbetomagus are a free improvisation group.
    Borbetomagus formed in 1979 when saxophone players Jim Sauter and Don Dietrich collaborated with…

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  9. Italian improvisation group formed in 1964. The group featured Mario Bertoncini (perc, piano), Walter Branchi (double-bass), Franco Evangelisti…

  10. Friends and colleagues since 1988, Ikue Mori and Zeena Parkins are two of the strongest musical voices out of the downtown scene. Lynchpins of…

  11. Ellen Fullman (born 1957) is a composer known principally for music she has written for an instrument she invented, the long string instrument.…

  12. Kaoru Abe (阿部 薫 Abe Kaoru?, May 5, 1949 - September 9, 1978) was an influential Japanese avant-garde alto saxophonist, who is often regarded as…

  13. British saxophonist John Butcher was born in Brighton, and currently resides in London. He is most famous for his free improvisations, especially…

  14. The Spontaneous Music Ensemble (SME) was a loose collection of free improvising musicians convened beginning in the mid-1960s by the late South…

  15. Les Diaboliques are:
    Irène Schweizer, piano;
    Joëlle Léandre, bass;
    Maggie Nicols, voice.

    http://www.maggienicols.com/id15.html

  16. Born in Seoul and now a resident of Brooklyn, Ha-Yang Kim is a cellist, composer and improviser. She has developed a unique language of extended…

  17. Joining Jay Clarkson's Breathing Cage and playing on their Misericord masterpiece, from 1991; forming Surfing USSR with Marc Howe and Chris…

  18. Sylvia Hallett studied music at Dartington, and then spent two years studying composition with Max Deutsch in Paris. She now works both as a…

  19. Voice Crack, the duo of Swiss musicians Andy Guhl (percussion and bass) and Norbert Möslang (reeds), made music with broken objects found in…

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