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Collaborative Original Musical Performance 2 at TEDxSarasotaSalon

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Published on Aug 27, 2012

A highly improvisational performance of an original piece created collaboratively by the musicians. The band consists of Ethan Alexander, poetic pianist; Jerome Butler, double bassist; Julian Douglas, rhythm monk; Dwij (David Gittens), 23-string guitar; and Jimi Gee, guitar master. They rehearsed on only five occasions over three weeks to create a unique sound blending their diverse musical backgrounds, which include jazz, classical, Indian fusion, world percussion, and rock 'n roll. Part of TEDxSarasotaSalon's "Musical Collaboration Matters" event.

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