The author recounts the origins and growth of London's “newmusic” scene of the late 1960s and early 1970s and some later developments issuing from it. He describes some outstanding ensembles, collaborations and events of the period from his vantage point as a participant in such improvisational ventures as AMM, the Scratch Orchestra and the London Musicians' Cooperative.

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