The Universal Theorem (Live 1992)

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Performed live by the Mahayana Ensemble, 2 December 1992 - Alison Brierley (bassoon), Emma Goldblatt (percussion), Kevin Dixon (synthesiser), Marcus Cornall (bass guitar), Ralph Barker (recorder, clarinet), Rikvah Cummerson (recorder, oboe), simon gray (trumpet, percussion).

Movements 1, 2, and 6 are not included here because musically the pieces were frankly pretty ropey.

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released December 2, 1992

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Drawing on influences as diverse as classical Indian, Arabic, and Iranian music, Terry Riley, Karlheinz Stockhausen Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Mike Oldfield, Tangerine Dream, Philip Glass, Pink Floyd, The Residents, Miles Davis, Vangelis, & European folk music, the attempt is to take fusion to its limits & create a musical soundworld which defies category. The Winterval Conspiracy is simon gray. ... more

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