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Earle BROWN

Earle Brown was an American composer. Among his many innovations, he near-singlehandedly re-invigorated classical music with improvisation by establishing his own formal and notational systems. It is important to note that he did this at a time when his peer John Cage was actively dismissing improvisation as the regurgitation of one's habits, a position incompatible with Cage's Zen leanings. Brown was the creator of open form, a style of musical construction that has influenced many waves of composers. Among his most famous works are December 1952 with its use of a 'radical' score, the open form pieces Available Forms I & II, Centering, and Cross Sections and Color Fields.

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Earle Brown: Selected Works 1952- 1965 Earle BROWN Earle Brown: Selected Works 1952- 1965 NEW WORLD RECORDS 80650 Compositional Form CD 13    
Sinergy Earle BROWN Sinergy HAT ART hat[now]ART 164 Compositional Form 16.50  
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Tracer - Chamber works 1952-1999 Earle BROWN Tracer - Chamber works 1952-1999 Mode 179 Compositional Form CD 16.00  
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