Teo Macero's 'Time Plus Seven' reflects his writing for large jazz and classical ensembles recorded in 1956 and 1963. The 16-minute ballet suite, 'Time Plus Seven', (1963) makes its first appearance here, along with tracks previously issued on Columbia.* It's adventurous and arresting with sounds which shouldn't clear your house -- heck, even my wife was curious and hung around.
*one side from LP 'What's New', 1956 and one track from Orchestra USA, 'Sonorities', 1963.
Perhaps the solo piano equivalent of overblown Neal Hefti charts. 😉
Pity you missed the Rzewski album, I'd like to hear that one.
The Doris Hays and Karen Phillips discs look outstanding. IIRC Morton Feldman wrote The Viola in my Life for Phillips.