Carman Moore is a legend. Composer, performer, conductor, author. He was the music critic for the Village Voice in the early 1970s, when new music exploded in downtown New York, and we needed his smart, patient, public advocacy. He has made a practice of using music to build bridges among people, faiths, and cultures. For Long Play, he has arranged a section of Ornette Coleman’s Shape of Jazz to Come, for the Denardo Coleman/Ornette Expressions Project.