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A Family History of Floods (Bootleg)

by Miller Wrenn Large Ensemble

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Part One 19:24
Part Two 14:37
Part Three 12:44
Part Four 17:11
Part Five 08:44


Recorded live at The Mortuary In Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles, CA on January 24, 2019.
Cover Art - Pete Agraan


released April 11, 2019

Miller Wrenn - Composition, Direction, Double Bass
Vinny Golia - Piccolo, Eb Clarinet, Sopranino Sax, Contra-alto Clarinet
Breana Gilcher - Oboe, English Horn, Violin
Cody Putman - Bassoon
Garrett Wingfield - Bass Clarinet, Alto Sax, Baritone Sax
Mar Ta - Soprano Saxophone
Tom Alvie Wilson - Alto & Tenor Saxophones
Patrick Shiroishi- Sopranino & Baritone Saxophones
Chris Williams - Trumpet
Ethan Marks - Trumpet
Zekkeraya El-megharbel - Trombone
Rachel Iba - Violin
Nigel Deane - Violin
Tal Katz - Cello
Sean Riddle - Double Bass
Caleb Veazey - Guitar
Vera Marie Weber - Keyboard
Anthony Storniolo - Percussion
Clint Dodson - Drum Set


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Miller Wrenn Los Angeles, California

Miller Wrenn is a Los Angeles-based bassist and composer-improviser. He works primarily in the fields of new, creative, and improvised music and has been fortunate to do so with artists such as Vinny Golia, Eyvind Kang, Hildur Guðnadóttir, Stephanie Richards, Dan Rosenboom, Alex Cline, and the Santa Monica Symphony. ... more

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