Blood On The Floor

Recorded at the world premiere performance in May last year at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, LONDON, Mark-Anthony Turnage's `Blood on the Floor' explores urban alienation and drug addiction and is his first composition to include an element of improvisation.

Turnage introduces the work in conversation with David Sefton.

John Scofield (guitar), Peter Erskine (drums), Martin Robertson (saxophone), Ensemble Modern/Peter Rundel.

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19970716

Recorded at the world premiere performance in May last year at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, LONDON, Mark-Anthony Turnage's `Blood on the Floor' explores urban alienation and drug addiction and is his first composition to include an element of improvisation.

Turnage introduces the work in conversation with David Sefton.

John Scofield (guitar), Peter Erskine (drums), Martin Robertson (saxophone), Ensemble Modern/Peter Rundel.

19970716

Recorded at the world premiere performance in May last year at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, LONDON, Mark-Anthony Turnage's `Blood on the Floor' explores urban alienation and drug addiction and is his first composition to include an element of improvisation.

Turnage introduces the work in conversation with David Sefton.

John Scofield (guitar), Peter Erskine (drums), Martin Robertson (saxophone), Ensemble Modern/Peter Rundel.