Jon Gibson (musician)  

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Jon Gibson (b. Los Angeles, California, March 11, 1940) is a flautist, saxophonist, and composer who uses other instruments from around the world in his performances and is known for his Jazz and Classical contributions. He worked with the Philip Glass Ensemble for many years, and also performed in the premiers of In C (by Terry Riley) and Drumming (by Steve Reich). He has also performed and recorded with a number of other minimalist composers, and is an accomplished visual artist.




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