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A one stop email service covering Free Improvisation on Merseyside, for audiences and practitioners.
Plus there is the option to sign up for specialist mailing lists that share the news on specific topics for example: workshops, opportunities for musicians to play, etc

Started in 1997 by Phil Hargreaves and Phil Morton, the newsletter was origionally about `Frakture` . It is no longer based on a single organisation or personality, it is a culling of a genre and practice found and delivered throughout Merseyside.
The subject is; the nature and pratice of free improvisation in performance (and related practices)

The Merseyside region for this web site is defined as or mirrors the Merseyrail region so it includes Chester to Southport, The wirral to St Helens etc

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