Private Dances

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Sunday, February 03, 2008

Author, critic, and professor Kyle Gann's musical tastes run far and wide; as a composer he's written microtonal and electronic works that take their cue from rebels like Harry Partch and Conlon Nancarrow. We sample some blues-infused tracks from a Gann CD released last year, Private Dances.

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