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Random information on the term “EMT”:

E.M.T. (1972–1975) were an international experimental and free improvising music group with German multi-instrumentalist Alfred Harth, Swedish drummer and composer Sven-Åke Johansson, Belgian keyboarder and artist Nicole Van den Plas and guests.

In 1971, in search for a new artistic terrain, Alfred Harth moved from Frankfurt/Main to live nearby Antwerp in Belgium playing with pianist and artist Nicole Van den Plas in duo with guests as her brother cellist Jean Van den Plas and later in 1972 with German bassist Peter Kowald and drummer Paul Lovens a.o. in Brugge and Antwerp a.o.. In 1971 Harth together with Van den Plas stayed for three months at the Action Center in München where they played with Just Music cellist Thomas Stoewsand who had started to work for the label ECM and bass player Manfred Eicher.Harth was trying to persuade Just Music drummer Thomas Cremer to move to München and continue to work together.After having finished the group Just Music after a last tour in Poland in 1972 but keeping in regular touch with the Belgian free improvisation scene Harth and Van den Plas moved to live in Frankfurt/Main together with Cremer in Harth’s apartment where musicians and artists regularly visited and where the idea came up to found a small music circus.

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