Terry Jennings

Terry's G Dorian 12-Bar Blues (9 X 5) + 3 (1962)/ in "Jon Gibson"

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Gibson on sax with two synthesizers and percussion. Terry Jennings was one of the first players on any wind instrument to play multi-phonic chords, which are produced by a combination of unusual fingering and overblowing. Classics of extended time-sense music, his ethereally beautiful piano music and especially the remarkable "String Quartet" (September 1960) (see score in La Monte Young's An Anthology) have yet to be recorded.