The prolific pianist and composer Jacob Anderskov specializes in creating spontaneous order. It’s not that his tendency toward cacophony and his percussive style are particularly organized. Rather, through the spontaneity of it all, Anderskov’s elaborate conceits for group improvisation result in an organic sound that umbrellas out like fractal geometry. Perhaps it’s the undertone of Danish folklore that pulsates throughout.
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