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Spring 1998



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The Vocal Instrument
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Stimmung für 6 vocalisten. Collegium Vocale Köln, Ensemble an der Rheinischen Musikschule. Deutsche Grammophon avant garde LP 2543 003.
  3. Morton Feldman: Christian Wolfe in Cambridge. From "Extended Voices". Brandeis University Chamber Chorus. Odyssey LP 32 16 0156.
  4. Robert Ashley: She Was a Visitor. From "Extended Voices". Brandeis University Chamber Chorus. Odyssey LP 32 16 0156.
  5. Stephen Parkinson: Desires are already memories. From "New World". Arraymusic. Artifact (Canada) CD ART-006.
  6. Stephen Parkinson: Catch the Bonner. Arcana Ensemble. MusicWorks CD MW63.
  7. Stephen Parkinson: Desires are already memories. From "New World". Arraymusic. Artifact (Canada) CD ART-006.
  8. Luciano Berio: Visage. Cathy Berberian, voice. From "The Female Prisoner". Columbia LP OS 3320.
  9. Joan La Barbara: Shadow Song. From "Reluctant Gypsy". Wizard LP RVW 2279.
  10. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Specimen. Dashuki Music Theatre. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Meredith Monk: Key, part IV. Lovely Music LP LML 1051.
  12. Steve Reich: Tehillim, part I. Steve Reich and Musicians. ECM CD 1215.
  13. Marc Battier: 3 moments phoniques. From "transparence". BondAge CD 562011.
  14. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Detritus of Mating, excerpt. MaltedMedia CD malt9703-2.
  15. Laurel MacDonald: aslumber. From "Kiss Closed My Eyes". Improbable Music CD IMACD-01.

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Rhythmoaning
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Eldon Rathburn: Junction. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD 520.
  3. Gwyneth Walker: An American Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, first movement. Susan Pickett, violin. Mid-Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Robert Bode, conductor. Mid-Columbia CD MCS-001.
  4. Ernie Stires: Ibid.. Ernie Stires, piano. From "Samson Riffs". Private label CD ES 01.
  5. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar Mark XXIX. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Bill Gilliam: The River Styx. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Bill Gilliam: Saduccion. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Bill Gilliam: Piano Variations. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Raymond Scott: Dinner Music for a Pack of Hungry Cannibals.
  10. John McLaughlin: Birds of Fire. From "Birds of Fire." Mahavishnu Orchestra. Columbia LP KC 31996.
  11. Keith Emerson: The Three Fates: Atropos. From "Emerson, Lake and Palmer". Victory CD 383 480 016-2.
  12. Krivo Horo. From "Village Music of Bulgaria". Nonesuch Explorer CD 9 79195-2.
  13. Nick Didkovsky: Computer Generated Piece No. 1. Dr. Nerve. From "Did Sprinting Die?" Cuneiform CD 55002.
  14. Moondog: Imagine. From "Moondog". CBS CD MK 44994.
  15. Michael Lowenstern: Spasm. From "Spasm". New World Records CD 80468-2.
  16. Peggy Madden: The Hook. From "Windows to the Sky". Sistrum Records CD SR 12345-2.
  17. David Behrman: Ein Glaesele Warems. From "Unforeseen Events". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 105.
  18. David Gunn: Running Lights. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. From a forthcoming CD.

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A Cheap History of Rhythm
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Edgar Varèse: Poème Electronique. From "The Music of Edgar Varèse". Columbia LP XSM 49635.
  3. Anton Webern: String Quartet, Op. 28. Emerson Quartet. Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 828-2.
  4. Peter Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 6, waltz movement. Wiener Philharmoniker, Lorin Maazel, conductor. London CD 430 788-2.
  5. Dave Brubeck: Take Five. From "Time Out". Columbia CD CK 40585.
  6. Leonard Bernstein: America from West Side Story. From "Somewhere". DGG CD 439 251-2.
  7. Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms, movements 1 and 2. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Hickox, conductor. Musical Heritage Society CD 512135K.
  8. Béla Bartók: String Quartet No. 4, last movement. Emerson Quartet. Deutsche Grammophon CD 423 657-2.
  9. Ornette Coleman: Lonely Woman. Kronos Quartet. From "White Man Sleeps". Elektra Nonesuch CD E2-79163.
  10. Elliott Sharp: Digital. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories". Elektra Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  11. Terry Riley: Half Wolf Dances Mad in Moonlight. Kronos Quartet. From "Salome Dances for Peace". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79217-2.
  12. Eve Beglarian: Falling and Throwing from Disappearance Act. From "Overstepping". O.O. Discs CD OO33.
  13. Eleanor Alberga: Suite from Dancing with the Shadow. From "Twentieth Century Chamber Sampler". Oxford University Press CD OUP 001.
  14. Neil B. Rolnick: Ever-Livin' Rhythm. From "ElectriCity". O.O. Discs CD OO8.
  15. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Blowout March. From "Pianostrils". MaltedMedia CD malt 9802-2 (limited edition).
  16. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Spindle. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Dennis Darrah: Deconstruction of the Gang of 4. Recording provided by the composer.
  18. John Oswald: Dark Matter. From "Grayfolded". Swell/Artifact CD SA 1969-1996.
  19. Laurie Spiegel: Appalachian Grove. From "New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media: Women in Electronic Music - 1977" CRI CD 728.
  20. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 17. From "Music of Conlon Nancarrow Vol. 4". 1750 Arch Records LP S1798.
  21. Igor Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps, conclusion. Cleveland Orchestra, Lorin Maazel, conductor. Telarc CD 80054.

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How Short?
  1. Nino Rota: Concerto for Strings, fourth movement. I Solisti Italiana. From "Italian Compositions of the 20th Century". Denon CD CO-78949.
  2. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  3. Alban Berg: Three Fragments from "Wozzeck". Rundfunk Sinfonie Orchester Leipzig, Herbert Kegel, conductor. Berlin Classics CD 0090202BC.
  4. Alban Berg: Adagio, Symphonic Pieces from "Lulu". Rundfunk Sinfonie Orchester Leipzig, Herbert Kegel, conductor. Berlin Classics CD 0090202BC.
    Set 1: The Frog Peak Realm
  5. Chris Mann: Original Soundfile. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project: 62 Composers, 115 Pieces on a Sound/Text by Chris Mann". Frog Peak Music CD FP 007.
  6. Roger Alsop: ISM. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  7. Roger Alsop: CHASM. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  8. Rik Rue: Carillon. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  9. Rik Rue: Mapmaking. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  10. Rik Rue: Drums. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  11. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: zéyu. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  12. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: quânh. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  13. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: sweeh. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  14. Han-earl Park: electronic study for limited resources 3. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  15. Adam Silverman: Credit is the History of Words Without History. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  16. Bill Gilliam: Burning Ambition. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Bill Gilliam: Insomnia. From "cyclic dancing". Recording provided by the composer.
  18. Bill Gilliam: No Zone Flying. Recording provided by the composer.
    Set 2: Mostly Electroacoustic Realm
  19. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: For the Invisible. From "First Burn". Malted/Media CD malt9701-2.
  20. Christopher de Laurenti: Canon Sludge. From "Three Camels for Orchestra". American Archive Recordings CD AAR 003.
  21. Nick Didkovsky: Beta 14 ok. Dr. Nerve. From "Skin". Cuneiform CD RUNE 70.
  22. Marc Battier: Landscape in August. From "transparence". BondAge CD 562011.
  23. Erling Wold: Chin Ho. From "I Weep". Spooky Pooch CD 167.
  24. Daniel Leduc: Bruits mouvants. From Musicworks 67
  25. John Oswald: Love1. From "Discosphere". Cuneiform CD ReR JOCD.
  26. Larry Polansky: Four Voice Canon No. 3. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody". Artifact (USA) CD ART 1004.
  27. Eve Beglarian: Glassblown Ghost Duet. From "Overstepping". O.O.Discs CD OO33
  28. Carl Stone: Gild. From "Kamiya Bar". Robi Droli CD NT 6739 2.
  29. Laurie Spiegel: Three Sonic Spaces, I. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthestic Engineering CD AES 11001-2.
    Set 3: Mostly Piano and Stuff Realm
  30. Aulis Sallinen: Winter Was Hard. Kronos Quartet. From "Winter Was Hard". Elektra Nonesuch CD 9 79181-2.
  31. John Cage: Solo for Voice 49. Joan LaBarbara. From "Singing Through". New Albion CD NA 035 CD.
  32. Larry Polansky: The World's Longest Melody, Study No. 2. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL". Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  33. Henry Cowell: Euphoria. Continuum. From "Henry Cowell: Classical Ultra-Modernist". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513756Z.
  34. Lowell Lieberman: Apparition No. 1. Christina Petrowska. From "Virtuoso Piano Music of Our Time". JLH Lasersound CD JLH 1002 DDD.
  35. Henry Cowell: The Banshee. From "Henry Cowell: Classical Ultra-Modernist". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513756Z.
  36. Thomas Wilson: Allegro molto from Three Pieces. Allan Neave, guitar. From "...the isle is full of noises..." BGS Records CD BGCD 104.
  37. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 15. Continuum. From "Orchestra, Chamber, and Piano Music". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512764M.
  38. Stephen Gryc: ...orioles in the willows. From "New Music for Flute & Oboe". Opus One CD 166.
    Set 4: Mostly Chambral Realm
  39. Frank Zappa: Op. 1 No. 3, Presto. From "Strictly Genteel". Ryko CD RCD-10578.
  40. 40 Fingers Sax Quartet: Improvisation No. 14. From "Blue Quilt". Artifact (Canada) CD ART 013.
  41. Nick Didkovsky: Flykiller. From "New York Guitars". CRI CD 698.
  42. Matt Turner: In Purpole. From "Infiltrator". Geode CD 95002.
  43. Christos Hatzis: Erotikos Logos No. IV. From "Erotikos Logos". Marquis Classics CD ERAD 197.
  44. Jaron Lanier: Tremolo Silence. From "Instruments of Change". Point Music CD 442-132-2.
  45. Tera de Marez Oyens: If only from Recurring thoughts of a haunted traveller. Syrinx Saxophone Quartet. From "Waves". Erasmus Muziek CD WVH 164.
  46. Nick Didkovsky: Egil the Skald. From "Binky Boy". Punos Music CD PM 0003.

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Music You Can't Buy, Part I
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Klarenz Barlow: Im Januar Am Nil. Ensemble Köln, Robert H.P. Platz, director. Recording provided by the composer.
  3. Nick Didkovsky: Java Deconstruction of Schubert Impromptu in E-flat. Recording provided by the composer.
  4. Bob Wigness: Extremes. Steve Klimowski, bass clarinet. Recording provided by the performer.
  5. Guy de Bièvre: Who Framed Milton Babbitt?, No. 6. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Martin Arnold: Burrow On. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Martin Arnold: Strangely Brown, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Merrick Hard: Cuts. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Kevin McNeil Brown: Tension & Texture. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Dennis Darrah: Discontext. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Peggy Madden: Metal Wing/Sculpted Dream. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Praeludium: All-White. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Drew Krause: Airline. From "Spank Me: It's Contemporary Classical". BONK CD BONK98.

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Music You Can't Buy, Part II
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Michael Manion: Music for Cello and Electronic Sounds. Recording provided by the composer.
  3. Laurie Spiegel: Hearing Things. Recording provided by the composer.
  4. Martin Arnold: Strangely Brown, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Martin Arnold: Spillage. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Martin Arnold: Adumbrate, Bolt. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Daniel Weymouth: This Time, This. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Jim Grant: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, last movement, Frenzy. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Keith Moore: Vent. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Peter Beyls: The Headless Horseman, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. David Denniston: Marimba Moto, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Alcendo Coenen: Algorthmix, part 15, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Richard Tolenaar: Veil, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. David Robert Stewart: g2, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Jacques Bailhé: Smoke. Recording provided by the composer.
  16. Maggi Payne: Airwaves, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Thomas L. Read: Solo Music for clarinet. Recording provided by the composer.

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Sentient Linoleum Voices
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Kenneth Gaburo: Antiphony III. From "Music for Voices, Instruments, & Electronic Sounds". Nonesuch LP H-71199.
  3. John Phillips: It was?. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project: 62 Composers, 115 Pieces on a Sound/Text by Chris Mann". Frog Peak Music CD FP 007.
  4. Warren Burt: Mann-gling #1. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  5. Warren Burt: Mann-gling #2. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  6. Ebony Hack: Frippet, Frippet, fripped, zrppd. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  7. Rainer Linz: Piano. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  8. Lulu Ong: Gribbit. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  9. Lulu Ong: Alley Cat. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  10. Lulu Ong: Not Enough Coffee. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  11. Carter Scholz: Managram. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  12. Kent Clelland: Heather. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  13. Kent Clelland: Isabella. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  14. Kent Clelland: Tara. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  15. Mary Jane Leach: O Magna Vasti Creta. New York Treble Singes, Cassatt String Quartet. From "Ariadne's Lament". New World CD 80525-2.
  16. Arvo Pärt: Passio, conclusion. Hilliard Ensemble. ECM CD 837 109-2.
  17. Laurel MacDonald: Kyrie. From "Kiss Closed My Eyes". Improbable Music CD IMACD-01.
  18. Aulis Sallinen: Winter Was Hard. Kronos Quartet. From "Winter Was Hard". Nonesuch CD 9 79181-2.
  19. David Gunn: In-a-Gadda-Da-Babylon. Onion River Chorus. Recording provided by the composer.
  20. Harry Partch: Hell-Hounds of Madness from Revelation in the Courthouse Park. Tomato CD 2696552.
  21. Iannis Xenakis: Oresteia, conclusion. Ars Nova Ensemble, Marius Constant, director. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 1200.
  22. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Momente, opening. Nonesuch LP H-71157.
  23. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Credo from Missa da Camera. Dashuki Music Theatre. From "Voices Past". MaltedMedia CD malt9702-2.
  24. Stephen Chatman: Due North. Vancouver Chamber Choir. From "Centrediscs Selections." CMC CD CMC-CDS1.
  25. Neely Bruce: Daniels. Onion River Chorus. Recording provided by David Gunn.
  26. Igor Stravinsky: Anthem: The Dove Descending. From "The Dove Descending".The Canby Singers, Edward Tatnall Canby, Director. Nonesuch LP H-71115.
  27. Olivier Messiaen: Cinq Réchants, #4 and 5. Ars Nova Ensemble, Singers of the O.R.T.F. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 1187.
  28. Mary Jane Leach: Green Mountain Madrigal. New York Treble Singers. From "Celestial Fires". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 107.
  29. Kenneth Gaburo: The Wasting of Lucrecetzia. From "Music for Voices, Instruments, & Electronic Sounds". Nonesuch LP H-71199.

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Riches
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Mary Ellen Childs: Parterre. Relâche. From "Kilter". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 114
  3. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Detritus of Mating, experpts. MaltedMedia CD malt 9703-2.
  4. John Zorn: Road Runner. Guy Klucevsek. From "Manhattan Cascade". CRI CD 626.
  5. Drew Krause: Airline. Taimur Sullivan, alto sax. From "Spank Me! It's Contemporary Classical". BONK CD BONK 98.
  6. Kent Clelland: Caat. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project: 62 Composers, 115 Pieces on a Sound/Text by Chris Mann". Frog Peak Music CD FP 007.
  7. Kent Clelland: Amanda. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  8. Kent Clelland: Elena. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  9. Kent Clelland: Gwenivere. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  10. Tim Prezzano: Questionable. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  11. Tim Prezzano: Hush hush, eye to eye. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  12. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner: Saliva. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  13. Doug Michael: Radio Sky, Part II. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  14. Nick Didkovsky: The Twittering Machine. From "Flies in the Face of Logic". Pogus CD 21008-2.
  15. Linda Catlin Smith: Versailles. Les Coucous Bénévoles. From "Gardens of Versailles". Artifact (Canada) CD ART 014.
  16. Peter Zummo: Fresh Batteries. From "Experimenting with Household Chemicals". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 116.
  17. Trigger: open. From "all these things". Pogus CD 21006-2.
  18. Trigger: gross total of things you are. From "all these things". Pogus CD 21006-2.
  19. Daniel S. Godfrey: Intermedio. Cassatt String Quartet. From "Cassatt". CRI CD 671.
  20. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XXX. Recording provided by the composer.
  21. Louis Moyse: First Sonata for Flute and Piano. Karen Kevra, flute. Recording provided by David Gunn.
  22. Meredith Monk: Ellis Island. Edmund Niemann and Nurit Tilles. From "double edge". CRI CD 637.
  23. Douglas Knehans: night chains. Jeffrey Krieger. From "Night Chains". CRI CD 680.

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Pie, Song, and Doggerel
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. John Luther Adams: minor seconds, rising. From "Clouds of Forgetting, Clouds of Unknowing". The Apollo Chamber Orchestra, Joann Falletta, conductor. New World CD 80500-2.
  3. John Luther Adams: Clouds of mixed Seconds. From "Clouds of Forgetting, Clouds of Unknowing".
  4. John Luther Adams: Major Seconds, rising. From "Clouds of Forgetting, Clouds of Unknowing".
  5. John Luther Adams: Clouds of Seconds and thirds. From "Clouds of Forgetting, Clouds of Unknowing".
  6. John Luther Adams: diminished bells. From "Clouds of Forgetting, Clouds of Unknowing".
  7. David Wardle: Chopper Squad. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project: 62 Composers, 115 Pieces on a Sound/Text by Chris Mann". Frog Peak Music CD FP 007.
  8. Paul Doornbusch: Iceberg. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  9. Lawrence Fritts: Minute Variations 1-4. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  10. Ernie Althoff and Graeme Davids: Best Intentions. Also known as dead air. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  11. Fernando Iazetta: Crowd. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  12. Nick Fortunato: filter: MANN (sense). From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  13. Nick Fortunato: filter: MANN (eeee^ip!). From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  14. Nick Fortunato: filter: MANN (hyper). From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  15. Jon Appleton: Brush Canyon. From "CDCM Computer Music Series No. 6: Bregman Elecronic Music Studios". Centaur CD CRC 2052.
  16. Jon Appleton: Yamanotesen To Ko. Private Edition, copy #4. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Jon Appleton: Newark Airport Rock. From "Contes de la mémoire". empreintes DIGITALes CD IMED 1935.
  18. Jon Appleton: San Francisco Airport Rock.. From "Contes de la mémoire". empreintes DIGITALes CD IMED 1935.
  19. Jon Appleton: Bao. From "Human Music" Private Edition, copy #4. Recording provided by the composer.
  20. Django Reinhardt: Djangology. Stephane Grappelli. From "Young Django". MPS CD 815 672-2
  21. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Descent of the Particles from A Time Machine. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. Recording provided by the composer.
  22. Donald Erb: Twirling Fanfare from Remembrances. From "Sunlit Peaks and Dark Valleys". New World CD 80537-2.
  23. Donald Erb: Fanfare No. 2 from Remembrances. From "Sunlit Peaks and Dark Valleys".

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Wedlock
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Steve Reich: Eight Lines. London Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Warren-Green. Ultraviolet Virgin Classics CD 7243 5 611221.
  3. Petri Kuljuntausta: How many does it take to define a problem? From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project: 62 Composers, 115 Pieces on a Sound/Text by Chris Mann." Frog Peak Music CD FP 007.
  4. Petri Kuljuntausta: Replica in Drag III. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  5. Roger Dean: Dust (The scientist speaks). From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  6. Jon Nelson: A Chris Mann Mambo. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  7. Steven Miller: Interruptions. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  8. Steven Miller: Free Rain. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  9. Steven Miller: Firecrackers/Far Apart. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  10. Trojan Theatre: Basho. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  11. Trojan Theatre: Tungba. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  12. Mary Jane Leach: Green Mountain Madrigal. From "Celestial Fires". The New York Treble Singers. Experimental Intermedia CD XI 107.
  13. Jon Appleton: Times Square Times. From "Contes de la mémoire". Media Diffusion CD IMED 9635.
  14. C.W. Vertacek: Why Buildings Fall Down. From "Flies in the Face of Logic". Pogus CD 21008.
  15. Frederic Rzewski: Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues. From "Kathleen Supové, piano: figure 88." CRI CD 653.
  16. Daria Semegen: Electronic Composition No. 1. From "Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center 1961-1973". New World Records CD 80521.
  17. Jonathan Berger: The Lead Plates of the Rom Press. From "Night Chains". Jeffrey Krieger, electronic cello. CRI CD 680.
  18. David Lang: The Anvil Chorus. From "Bang on a Can, Vol. 2". David Lang, percussion. CRI CD 646.
  19. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XXXI Recording provided by the composer.
  20. Mihnea Brumariu: On Y Va. From "New Music From Romania". Sanda Crãciun, viola; Aurelian Octav Popa, clarinet. ProViva CD 180.
  21. Silvester Revueltas: Night of the Mayas, 4th variation & finale. From "The Earquake Experience". Unnamed Witness Protection Program orchestra. Ondine CD 894.
  22. Christian Marclay: Ping Pong Polka. From "Manhattan Cascade". Guy Klucesvek, free bass accordion. CRI CD 626.
  23. Aaron Jay Kernis: Phantom Polka (a cinematic polka). From "Manhattan Cascade."
  24. Ellen Fullman: Departure. From "Body Music". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 109.

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Whiskers Six-Draw
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. If, Bwana: Flute Thang. From "33birdswent". Pogus CD P21007-2.
  3. Robert Constable: Games of Desire. Drew Krause and Paul Marquardt. From "THUMP". Frog Peak Music CD FP003.
  4. Brian Belet: difference (no doubt it queues). From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project: 62 Composers, 115 Pieces on a Sound/Text by Chris Mann." Frog Peak Music CD FP 007.
  5. Brian Belet: an abstract (difference (queues). From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  6. Mickey Helms: Technicolor. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  7. Mickey Helms: Galactic Bar. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  8. Mickey Helms: Phantom. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  9. Paul Rosas: Depth Perception. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  10. Bob Pearson: Adaptive Parasites. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  11. Paul Luevano: sitarbirds. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  12. Ted Apel: Lay Investiture. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  13. Paul Dibley: A Question?. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  14. Ricardo Dal Farra: Words through the Worlds. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project".
  15. Arthur Sauer: Buster. Present CD 95004.
  16. H R Arthur Sauer: Discharge. Recording provided by Arthur Sauer.
  17. Arthur Sauer: Arcade. Recording provided by the composer.
  18. Arthur Sauer: Donderharmp improvisation. Recording provided by the composer.
  19. John Cage: 8 Whiskus. Joan La Barbara, voice. From "Singing Through". New Albion CD NA 035 CD.
  20. Ann Southam: Four in Hand, excerpt. From "Popov and Vona duo pianists". Novadisc CD ND-0193-CD.
  21. James Tenney: Music for Player Piano. From "Selected Works 1961-1969". Frog Peak Music CD FP001.
  22. Guy de Bièvre: Playing Solitaire. Recording provided by the composer.
  23. Peter Winkler: Solitaire. Michael Lowenstern. From "Spasm". New World CD 80468-2.
  24. Ernie Stires: Ace from A Pair of Treys. Middlebury, Vermont, Composers Festival. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  25. Brian Reinbolt: The Thirteenth Player. From "It's Not That Simple". Artifact (USA) CD ART 1005.
  26. Nic Gotham: Hermit Hand. From "Hemispheres". Artifact (Canada) CD ART 008.
  27. Eldon Rathburn: Stravinsky on the Delta Queen. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD 520.

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Holey Celebrations
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Mary Ellen Childs: Kilter. From "Kilter". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 114.
  3. Wendy Mae M Chambers: Snake Dance. From "122". New World Records CD 80526-2.
  4. Trigger: L'homme armé II. From "all these things". Pogus CD21006-2.
  5. Philo T. Farnsworth: mann.00. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project: 62 Composers, 115 Pieces on a Sound/Text by Chris Mann." Frog Peak Music CD FP 007.
  6. Philo T. Farnsworth: mann.01. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  7. Philo T. Farnsworth: mann.02. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  8. Huk Don Phun: one. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  9. Huk Don Phun: two. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  10. Maggi Payne: Chris Mann Piece. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  11. James Bohn: BABYlon. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  12. John Richey: Gibber. From "The Frog Peak Collaborations Project"
  13. Arthur Sauer: Donderharp improvisation. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Arthur Sauer: Halloween. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Arthur Sauer: Terreur. Recording provided by the composer.
  16. Arthur Sauer: Burnout. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Arthur Sauer: Burnout, reprise. Recording provided by the composer.
  18. Stephen Lucky Mosko: Native Songs and Dances from Indigenous Music II. From "Indigenous Music". O.O. Discs CD OO39.
  19. Frederic Rzewski: Down by the Riverside from Four North American Ballads. Kathleen Supové. From "Figure 88". CRI CD 653.
  20. Julia Wolfe: Four Marys. Cassatt String Quartet. CRI CD 671.
  21. Meredith Monk: Phantom Waltz. Double Edge. From "U.S. Choice". CRI CD 637.
  22. Salvatore Martirano: Ballad. From "O,O,O,O That Shakespeherian Rag". New World Records CD 80535-2.

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Orchestral Reluctances and Renovations
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Frank Zappa: Pedro's Dowry. From "Strictly Genteel". Unnamed orchestra and conductor. Ryko CD RCD 10578.
  3. Gwyneth Walker: A Burst of Energy from An American Concerto for Violin and Orchestra. Susan Pickett, violin. Mid-Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Robert Bode, conductor. Mid-Columbia CD MCS-001.
  4. James Grant: Chart. Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, Sebrina Maria Alfonso, conductor. Recording available from the composer.
  5. John Luther Adams: Major Sevenths, rising. From "Clouds of Forgetting, Clouds of Unknowing". Apollo Chamber Orchestra, JoAnn Falletta, conductor. New World Records CD 80500-2.
  6. Michael Torke: Bright Blue Music. From "Color Music". Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, David Zinman, conductor. Argo CD 433 071-2.
  7. Michael Torke: Ecstatic Orange. From "Color Music".
  8. Michael Torke: Saxophone Concerto. John Harle, saxophone. From "Sax Drive". Albany Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor. Argo CD 443 529-2.
  9. Michael Torke: Purple. From "Color Music".
  10. Nancy Bloomer-Duessen: Ascent to Victory. Mission Chamber Orchestra, Emily Ray, conductor. BMS CD BM-70608.
  11. Robert Black: Underground. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Robert Black, conductor. MMC Recordings CD MMC 2008.
  12. Hans Werner Henze: Symphony No. 7, last movement, Ruhig, verhalten. City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle, conductor. EMI Classics CD D102316.
  13. Benedict Mason: Lighthouses of England and Wales. BBC Symphony Orchestra, Lothan Zagrosek, conductor. Collins Classics CD20042.
  14. Poul Ruders: Tundra. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchesra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179.
  15. Karlheinz Essl: met him pike trousers. United Philharmonic, Richard Edlinger, director. ORF CD KHE-1.
  16. Carson Kievman: Symphony No. 2(42), 2nd movement, Elegy. Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra, Delta David Gier, conductor. New Albion CD NA081CD.
  17. Peteris Vasks: Musica Dolorosa. From "Message". Riga Philharmonic Orchestra, Kriss Rusmanis, conductor. Conifer Classics CD CDCF 236.
  18. William Bolcom: Energique, last movement of Orphée Sérénade. From "Points of Departure". Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Deutsche Grammphon CD 435 389-2.

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