European Free Improvisation Pages

  • Acknowledgements
  • Non-European improvisors
  • MP3 clips
  • Organisations
  • Bibliography
  • Scope of this site
  • Distributors and Retail outlets
  • Concert venues and contacts
  • Full text articles/interviews
  • Video clips
  • Links to related sites
  • What's new
  • Photographs
  • Begun in January 1995, EFIP was intended to be a comprehensive information resource for all aspects of the type of music known as European free improvisation. It is updated approximately every two months.

    Every effort has been made to check the information on this site as far as possible; in most cases the information has been sourced from the musicians themselves.

    The latest update is 1 December 2017:

    COPYRIGHT!! I don't want to get heavy with this but the work involved in setting up this site and maintaining it on a regular basis is substantial so copyright in this material rests with me (and contributors). At the same time, I'm happy for the information/files on these pages to be used in any reasonable way. However, this limited use should also acknowledge both me and the musician/label from where much of the data originally arose. Feedback would also be appreciated to know how any of this is being used elsewhere.

    Peter Stubley, formerly Assistant Director for Academic Services, University of Sheffield Library.


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