Water Fountain, for large jazz ensemble

The music of tUnE-yArDs is rich, ecstatic, layered, groovy, theatrical, and isn’t afraid to make its politics known. So is the music of Charles Mingus.

Why can’t their music live under the same roof?

Premiered by the Stony Brook Blowage, Ray Anderson director, on December 4, 2014, at the Staller Center for the Arts.

Featuring Barami Waspe on alto sax, Tom Manuel on trumpet, Dan Minogue on tenor sax, Taylor Ackley on bass, and Ray Anderson on dramatic recitation.

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