Underground and Improvisation. Alternative Music and Art after 1968

Harald Kisiedu

Harald Kisiedu is a historical musicologist who completed his Ph.D. at Columbia University, New York. He has written on Peter Brötzmann, Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, Muhal Richard Abrams, jazz and popular music in Terezín, and the political reception of Wagner's Meistersinger von Nuremberg in Nazi Germany. Kisiedu is also a saxophonist who has performed with George Lewis and Henry Grimes. His currently on a book on jazz experimentalism in post-war Germany.

 

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