Music for Piano and Drums

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Music for Piano and Drums
Studio album by Moraz and Bruford
Released 1983
Recorded October 1983
Studio Gallery Studios, Chertsey, Surrey, England
Genre Progressive rock, Jazz, Jam music
Length 43:23

E.G. Records

CD issued by Winterfold Records
Producer Bill Bruford, Patrick Moraz
Moraz and Bruford chronology
Music for Piano and Drums

Music for Piano and Drums is the first studio album by the music duo Moraz-Bruford, formed of Swiss musician Patrick Moraz and English drummer and percussionist Bill Bruford. Both former members of the rock band Yes at different times in their careers, the album was recorded in October 1983 while Moraz was in The Moody Blues and Bruford was in King Crimson. It features eight instrumental tracks played on an acoustic drum kit and grand piano. After touring to support the album, Moraz-Bruford recorded their second and final album, Flags (1985).

Track listing[edit]

Side one

  1. "Children's Concerto" (Moraz) - 4:54
  2. "Living Space" (Moraz, Bruford) - 3:53
  3. "Any Suggestions" (Moraz, Bruford) - 5:39
  4. "Eastern Sundays" (Moraz) - 6:48

Side two

  1. "Blue Brains" (Moraz) - 4:49
  2. "Symmetry" (Moraz) - 3:42
  3. "Galatea" (Moraz) - 5:22
  4. "Hazy" (Moraz) - 6:25


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