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Summer 1995



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Introduction to the Show
  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: Exit Music I: The Wasting of Lucrecetzia. From "Music for Voices, Instruments and Electronic Sound", Nonesuch LP H-71199.
  3. István Márta: Doom. A Sigh. Performed by the Kronos Quartet. From "Black Angels", Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79242.
  4. David Gunn: Khartoumaraca. Midi performance. Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Laurie Anderson: Monkey's Paw. From "Strange Angels", Warner Brothers CD 9 25900-2.
  6. David Gunn: Mesopotamian March and Mango. Central Vermont Brass Quintet with Dennis Bathory-Kitsz, saw; live recording, Middlebury College, November 1992. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  7. David Gunn: Billions of Brazilians. Midi performance. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. David Gunn: Armies of Mice. Dashuki Music Theatre; live recording, Chandler Music Hall, Randolph, 1982. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  9. David Gunn: In a Gadda da Babylon. Onion River Chorus, live recording, 1992. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. David Gunn: Running Lights. Midi performance. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Music from The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex. From "Elizabeth and Essex: The Classic Film Scores of Erich Wolfgang Korngold", RCA LP ARL1-0185.
  12. Kurt Weill: Surabaya, Johnny. Sung by Ute Lemper. From "Ute Lemper Sings Kurt Weill Volume 2", London CD 436 417-2.
  13. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Car Horn Symphony No. 2, live recording, Roxbury, Vermont, 1988. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  14. Raymond Scott: Powerhouse. From "The Music of Raymond Scott", Columbia CD CK 53028.
  15. Elliott Sharp: Digital. Performed by the Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories", Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2

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Not the Opera 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. Furious Pig: I Don't Like Your Face. Rough Trade Music LP RTO 64.
  3. Scott Johnson: John Somebody. From "Late in the 20th Century", Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  4. David Gunn: Words. Il Gruppo Nuke Jitters; live recording, The Garage, Montpelier, Vermont, December 1985. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  5. Il Gruppo: Lip Service. From "The Private Sea of Dreams", RCA LP LSP-3846.
  6. David Moss: After That Tempest. Live recording, Vermont Composers Festival, Putney, Vermont, November 1989. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  7. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Specimen. Dashuki Music Theatre; live recording, Trenton, New Jersey, June 1973. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  8. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: i cried in the sun aïda. Il Gruppo Nuke Jitters; live recording, Burlington, Vermont, March 1995. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  9. Billy Strayhorn: Lush Life, arranged by Dennis Báthory-Kitsz. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble; live recording, Paul Smiths, New York, April 1994. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  10. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Lithuanian Liniment March, for piano five hands. Il Gruppo Nuke Jitters; live recording, The Garage, Montpelier, Vermont, March 1986. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  11. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Lithuanian Liniment March, for band. Live recording, Vermont Composers Festival, Montpelier, Vermont, April 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  12. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Moon. Live recording, Castleton, Vermont, July 1992. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  13. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: A Time Machine, part one. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble; live recording, Middlebury, Vermont, November 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  14. Luciano Berio: Visage. From "The Female Prisoner", Columbia LP OS 3320.
  15. B. Gibb, R. Gibb & M. Gibb: Stayin' Alive. Jonathan and Darlene Edwards [Jo Stafford and Paul Weston] From "Jonathan & Darlene's Greatest Hits". Corinthian CD COR-101CD.
  16. The Kipper Kids: Sheik of Araby. From "High Performance, The Record", High Performance LP HP002-5.

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The Opening of Bass Season
  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. Nick Didkovsky: Meat. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL", Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  3. Gunther Schuller: Quartet for Doublebasses. From "Gunther Schuller: Symphony/Quartet for Doublebasses", Turnabout LP TV-S 34412.
  4. Raymond Scott: The Penguin. From "The Music of Raymond Scott", Columbia CD CK 53028.
  5. David Gunn: Double Whammy for bass'uns. Midi performance. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Fisshey. Live reading with Midi performance. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Thomas L. Read: Sonata for Violin and Piano. Thomas L. Read, Michael Arnowitt; live recording, Vermont Composers Festival, Middlebury, Vermont, November 1992. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  8. Songs of the Humpback Whale. CRM Records LP SWR-II.
  9. Thomas L. Read: Corrente. Neil Boyer, Steve Klimowki, Janet Atherton Polk; live recording provided by the composer.
  10. Thomas L. Read: Rondo Fantasy. Ernst and Laurie Wolfisch; live recording provided by the composer.
  11. Thomas L. Read: Adventura (excerpt). Vermont Symphony Orchestra; live recording provided by the composer.
  12. Thomas L. Read: Light After Light, part II. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. VCME Records CD VCME-001.
  13. Theme from A Fish Called Wanda.
  14. Astor Piazzolla: Fracanapa. From "Live in Wien", Justin Time LP JTR-8402.
  15. Duke Ellington: Take the 'A' Train. From "World Saxophone Quartet plays Duke Ellington", Nonesuch CD E2-79137.

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Do It Yourself/Duet Yourself
  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. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 40B. From "Complete Studies for Player Piano: The Music of Conlon Nancarrow", 1750 Arch Records LP S-1777.
  3. Harry Partch: The Delusion of the Fury (conclusion). Ensemble of unique instruments conducted by Danlee Mitchell. Columbia Masterworks LP M2 30576.
  4. Béla Bártok: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion, third movement. George Solti & Murray Perahia, pianos. CBS Records Masterworks CD MK42625.
  5. James Grant: Dix Gens? Dijon?... Claudia Friedlander, clarinet; Steven Stusek, saxophone. Vermont Composers Festival, Montpelier, Vermont, April 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  6. Gilles Yves Bonneau: Frülingschrei! Ed Lawrence, organ; Larry Solt, trumpet. Vermont Composers Festival, Woodstock, Vermont, April 1994. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  7. Steve Reich: Tehillim, part one. Conducted by George Manahan. ECM CD ECM 1215.
  8. Kalvos Gesamte: Teething Rings. From "Closing the Book on the Avant-Garde, Volume II", Il Gruppo Nuke Jitters, Montpelier, Vermont, March 1986. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  9. Vanilla Fudge: Some Velvet Morning. From "Near the Beginning", Atco LP SD 33-278.
  10. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Falling Into the Sun Again. Midi performance. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. David Gunn: Wagadoo. Liz Thompson and Carolyn Goodwin. Vermont Composers Festival, Woodstock, Vermont, April 1994. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  12. Henry Cowell: The Banshee. From "Doris Hays Plays the Piano Music of Henry Cowell". Finnadar LP SR 9016.
  13. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Plasm over ocean, Act I. Dashuki Music Theatre, Trenton, New Jersey, October 1977. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  14. Stephan von Huene: Washboard Band. From "Sound Sculpture", A.R.C. Records LP ST 1001.
  15. Leonard Bernstein: Tonight, from "West Side Story", Columbia Records CD CK 32603.
  16. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 40A.
  17. Kurt Weill: Alabama Song. From "Supply and Demand", sung by Dagmar Krause. Hannibal Records CD HNCD 1317.

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In Celebration of Johns
  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 Oswald: Spectre. From "Short Stories", Kronos String Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  3. John Harbison: String Quartet No. 2, Chorale Fantasia: Vivo. From "American Contemporaries", Emerson String Quartet. Deutsche Grammophon CD D 154680.
  4. Joan LaBarbara: Shadow Song. From "Reluctant Gypsy". Wizard Records LP RVW 2279.
  5. John Trubee: Your Stupid Friends. From "World of Lying Pigs". Musical Tragedies CD MT-138/Tragedy Thirtysix.
  6. John Lurie: Bella by Barlight. From "Winter Was Hard", Kronos String Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79181-2.
  7. João Gilberto: Garota de Ipanema. From "Late in the Twentieth Century", Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  8. Gilles Yves Bonneau: Frülingschrei! Ed Lawrence, organ; Larry Solt, trumpet, Vermont Composers Festival, Woodstock, Vermont, April 1994. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  9. Gilles Yves Bonneau: Étude Inconclusive. Ano Lobb, piano, Vermont Composers Festival, Montpelier, Vermont, April 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  10. Gilles Yves Bonneau: Chanson d'Autômne. Vermont Composers Festival, Putney, Vermont, November 1989. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  11. Gilles Yves Bonneau: Sonata for Bassoon and Piano, first movement. Vermont Composers Festival, Middlebury, Vermont, November 1992. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  12. Gilles Yves Bonneau: Trio Sonata for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, first movement. Midi performance. Recording provided by Malted/Media.
  13. John Adams: Tromba Lontana. From "The Chairman Dances", Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2 79144.
  14. Iannis Xenakis: Concret PH-II, from "Electro-Acoustic Music", Nonesuch LP H-71246.
  15. John Coltrane: Ascension, excerpt. MCA LP A-95.
  16. John Zorn: Cat o' Nine Tails. From "Short Stories", Kronos Quartet.

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New Age/New Rage 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.
    (Opening mix. All are excerpts except #3)
  2. Hamza el Din: Waterwheel. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories", Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  3. Monty Python: The End of John Denver, from "Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album", Arista LP AL9536.
  4. John Zorn: Spillane. From "Late in the 20th Century", Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  5. Laurie Spiegel, Old Wave. From "The Expanding Universe", Philo LP 9003.
  6. Furious Pig: Johnnys So Long. Rough Trade Music LP RTO 64.
  7. Johanna M. Beyer, Music of the Spheres. From "New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media", 1750 Arch Records LP 1765
  8. John Bischoff. Silent Theatre. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL", Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  9. Ruth Anderson, Points. From "New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media"
    (End of opening mix)
  10. Bernard Hermann: Psycho Suite. From "Bernard Hermann: The Composer Conducts...", London LP SPC 21151.
  11. Arvo Pärt: Fratres. Kronos Quartet. From "Winter Was Hard", Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79181-2.
  12. Jean Chaine, A Passing Thought. With Ulterior Lux. From "Distant Suns", Keta Garage Series KM-269.
    (All pieces by Peggy Madden are MIDI performances provided by the composer)
  13. Peggy Madden: The Eye of the Storm.
  14. Peggy Madden: Untitled New Piece #1.
  15. Peggy Madden: The Hook.
  16. Peggy Madden: Metal Wing/Sculptured Dream.
  17. Peggy Madden: Untitled New Piece #2 "Dolby/No Dolby".
  18. Duke Ellington: Prelude to a Kiss, Black Swan Quartet. Minor Music LP 009.
  19. Kevin Volans: White Man Sleeps. Kronos Quartet. From "White Man Sleeps", Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79163.

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New Age/New Rage 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. Meredith Monk: Dolmen Music (Overture, Men's Conclave, and Wa-Ohs). ECM LP ECM-1-1197.
  3. John Oswald: Spectre. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories", Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  4. Robert Ashley: In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Men and Women (excerpt). From "10+2:12 American Text Sound Pieces", 1750 Arch Records LP 1752.
  5. Marilyn Seits: Vibrations. Marilyn Seits and her son performing. Vermont Composers Festival, Woodstock, Vermont, April 1994. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  6. George Antheil: Ballet Mécanique. Reinbert de Leeuw, Netherlands Wind Ensemble. Philips LP 7337 254.
  7. Julius Fucik: Entry of the Gladiators. From "Under the Big Top: 100 Years of Circus Music", EMI CD D101206.
  8. Orra Maussade: Murkee's Lament for cello quartet, double bass quartet and two pianos. MIDI performance provided by the composer.
  9. Jim Grant: Sonata for Clarinet & Piano, third movement. Steve Klimowski, clarinet; Elizabeth Metcalfe, piano. Middlebury College, April 1995. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Diamanda Galas: Panoptikon (opening excerpt). From "Diamanda Galas", Metalanguage LP 119.
  11. David Gunn: How Doo. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Robert Starner: At the Rabbi's in Palestina. Robert Starner, alto sax. Vermont Composers Festival, Montpelier, Vermont, April 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  13. Nihilist Spasm Band: No Canada. From "The Nihilist Spasm Band, Vol. 2", Music Gallery Editions LP MGE 13 1979.

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Wild World Music
  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. Yoshihisa Taïra: Hiérophonie V for Six Percussionists. From "The Kroumata Percussion Ensemble Plays Cage, Cowell, Lundquist, and Taïra". Kroumata Percussion Ensemble. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS512300K.
  3. David Gunn: Czérny's Étude No. 39 for Upper Elementary Grade Volume One. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  4. Freed-Noble-Leleiohaku: Hawaiian War Chant. From "Hawaiian War Chant". Lani Royal with the Diamond Head Band. Free China LP FL-1025.
  5. Marco Antonio Guimaraes: Thunder. From "I Ching". Performed by Uakti. Point Music CD D102341.
  6. Sigit Alash. Mergen Mongush, voice. From "Tuva: Voices from the Center of Asia", Smithsonian/Folkways CD SF 40017.
  7. Vasili Soloviev-Sedoy: Midnight in Moscow. From "Balalaika Favorites". Osipov State Russian Folk Orchestra. Mercury CD D125354.
  8. Matos Rodrigues: La Cumparsita. From "Latin Favorites". Plymouth Latin Orchestra. Plymouth Merit P12-77.
  9. Matos Rodrigues: La Cumparsita. From "The Tango Project". Performed by the Tango Project. Nonesuch CD E2-79030.
  10. Tigran Tahmizyan: A Cool Wind is Blowing. From "Night Prayers". Kronos Quartet, Djivan Gasparian, duduk. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79346-2.
  11. Erik Nielsen: Ndakina. Electronic realization provided by the composer.
  12. Erik Nielsen: Dream Bridge. Lisa Jablow, voice; Paula Ennis-Dwyer, piano. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Erik Nielsen: Quintet for Piano and Strings, third movement. Manchester Chamber Players. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Lewis-Young-Wayne: In a Little Spanish Town. Coral Mummers String Band. HMR Productions LP RC 336.
  15. Three Mustaphas Three: Anapse to Tsigaro. From "Heart of Uncle". Ryko CD RCD 20156.
  16. Hoagy Carmichael: Skylark. From "Round Midnight". Linda Ronstadt. Arranged by Nelson Riddle. Asylum CD 9 60489-2.
  17. Muzsikás: Szapora. From "Blues for Transylvania". Hannibal CD HNCD 1350.

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Newhine in Old Bottles/Oldwhine in New Bottles
  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. Gwyneth Walker: A Splash of Cold Water from Short Set for String Quartet. Quapaw Quartet, Little Rock, October 1994. Recording provided by the composer.
  3. Gwyneth Walker: River Song from Short Set for String Quartet.
  4. Screamin' Jay Hawkins: I Put a Spell on You. Diamanda Galas. From "Diamanda Galas: The Singer", Mute Records CD 61278-2.
  5. Screamin' Jay Hawkins: I Put a Spell on You. Screamin' Jay Hawkins. From "Screamin' Jay Hawkins", Edsel LP ED 104.
  6. Henry Cowell: The Banshee. Henry Cowell, piano. From "Sounds of New Music", Folkways Records LP FX 6160.
  7. John Cage: Sonatas and Interludes. John Tilbury, prepared piano. From "Mr. John Cage's Prepared Piano", Decca LP HEAD 9.
  8. Duke Ellington: Prelude to a Kiss. World Saxophone Quartet. From "World Saxophone Quartet Plays Duke Ellington", Nonesuch CD E2-79137.
  9. Duke Ellington: Prelude to a Kiss. Black Swan String Quartet, From "Black Swan String Quartet", Minor Music LP 009.
  10. I Love Paris. Jonathan and Darlene Edwards (Jo Stafford and Paul Weston). From "Jonathan and Darlene Edwards in Paris", Corinthian LP Cor-103.
  11. Gwyneth Walker: Nearer My God to Thee from Braintree Quintet. Block Ensemble, Braintree, Vermont. Recorded by Paul Davis. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Gwyneth Walker: Raise the Roof. The Chestnut Brass Company. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Gwyneth Walker: White Horses. From "Made in the U.S.A.". Concora, Richard Coffey, artistic director. Harrison Digital Productions CD HDP-305.
  14. Gwyneth Walker: Open the Door. The Women's Philharmonic, JoAnn Falletta, conductor. Recording provided by the composre.
  15. Gwyneth Walker: Salem Reel. Yellow Barn performers, 1993. Marlboro Sound Recording Services. Recording provided by the composer.
  16. The Beatles: Helter Skelter. The Bobs. From "The Bobs", Kaleidoscope Records LP F-18.
  17. Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze. Kronos Quartet. From "Kronos Quartet", Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2 9 79121-2.

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Day of Tools 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. Kenneth Gaburo: Exit Music I: The Wasting of Lucrecetzia. From "Music for Voices, Instruments and Electronic Sound", Nonesuch LP H-71199.
  3. Don Stewart: Seven Little Études. Festival wind ensemble directed by Dennis Bathory-Kitsz. Vermont Composers Festival, Middlebury, Vermont, November 1992. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  4. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Mantra Canon. Festival orchestra directed by Thomas L. Read. Vermont Composers Festival, Burlington, Vermont, March 1988. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  5. John Giorno: I Don't Need It, I Don't Want It, And You Cheated Me Out of It. From "You're the Guy I Want to Share My Money With", Giorno Poetry Systems LP GPS020-021.
  6. Peter Maxwell Davies: Eight Songs for a Mad King. Fires of London: Julius Eastman, voice. Nonesuch LP H-71285.
  7. Henry Cowell: Piece for Piano Paris 1924. From "Adoration of the Clash", Doris Hays, piano. Finnadar LP SR 2-720.
  8. Terry Riley: In C. CBS CD MK 7178.
  9. Raymond Scott: Oil Gusher. From "The Music of Raymond Scott", Columbia CD CK 53028.
  10. Alexander Mosolov: Steel Foundry. From "Sounds of New Music", Folkways Records LP FX 6160.
  11. Charles Amirkanian: Just. From "10+2:12 American Text Sound Pieces", 1750 Arch Records LP 1752.
  12. Steve Reich: Different Trains. Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79176-2.
  13. Nihilist Spasm Band: No Canada. From "The Nihilist Spasm Band, Vol. 2", Music Gallery Editions LP MGE 13 1979.
  14. John Coltrane: Ascension. MCA Impulse! LP 29020.
  15. Wayne Horvitz: The New Generation. From "Late in the 20th Century", Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  16. Furious Pig: The King Mother. Rough Trade Music LP RTO 64.
  17. Phil Burk: Squiggle. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL", Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  18. Don Stewart: Short Sonata for Saxophone and Piano. Steve Stusek, sax; Jessica Roemischer, piano. From American Music Week, Middlebury College, November 1992. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  19. Arthur Berger: Duo for Oboe and Clarinet. Phyllis Lanini, oboe; Don Stewart, clarinet. New World Records CD NW 360-2.
  20. Irwin Bazelon: Spires. London Philharmonic Orchestra, Harold Farberman, conductor. Albany Records CD Troy 054.
  21. Don Stewart: Sextet for Cello and Piano. Peter Brown, cello; Boehm Quintet. Chandler Music Hall. Recording provided by the composer.
  22. Nick Didkovsky: Meat. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL", Frog Peak Music CD FP002.

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War & Peace
  1. Sergei Prokofiev: War & Peace, Overture. Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Werner Janssen, conductor. Heliodor LP HS-25039-3.
  2. Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms, second movement. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Hickox, conductor. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512135K.
  3. Krzysztof Penderecki: To the Victims of Hiroshima, Threnody for 52 String Instruments. Warsaw Philharmonic, Witold Rowicki, conductor. Philips LP PHS2-901.
  4. George Crumb: Black Angels. Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79242.
  5. Steve Reich: Different Trains: Europe -- During the War. Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79176-2.
  6. John Williams: Star Wars, Overture. London Symphony Orchestra, John Williams, conductor. 20th Century Records LP 2T-541 (0898).
  7. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Fanfare for Peace: The Lily and the Thorn. Vermont Philharmonic Orchestra, Brian Webb, conductor. Montpelier, Vermont, July 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  8. Charles Ives: The Unanswered Question. From "American Festival". Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Lukas Foss, conductor. Pro Arte CD CDD-102.
  9. Henryk Górecki: Symphony No. 3, first movement. London Sinfonietta, David Zinman, conductor. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79282-2.
  10. Samuel Barber: Adagio for Strings. Kronos Quartet. From "Winter Was Hard". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79181-2.
  11. Glenn Sproul: Petite Suite for viola and trombone. Glenn Sproul, viola; Neil Sirman, trombone. March, 1975. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Glenn Sproul: Theme and Variations for String Quartet. David Gusakov, Cora Cooper, violins; Glenn Sproul, viola; Melissa Brown, cello. Lyndon, February 1978. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Glenn Sproul: Lord of the Rings. Priscilla Magdamo, voice; Bill Mares, narrator; Musica Propria, Jane Brown, conductor. Burlington, October 1983. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Glenn Sproul: Abraham and Isaac, final chorus. Angelica Syp, Gary Moreau, Adrian Sproul; Tom Strickland, organ; Vermont Brass Quintet. 1987. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. The Fugs. Kill for Peace. From "The Fugs". ESP-DISK LP ESP-128.
  16. Terry Riley: Half Wolf Dances Mad in Moonlight. From "Salome Dances for Peace". Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79217-2.

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Day of Academic Aggression
  1. Johannes Brahms: Academic Festival Overture. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Enrique Batiz, conductor. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513202Y.
  2. Walter Piston: Disrespectful excerpts from Three New England Sketches -- Mountains; Symphony No. 4 -- Ballando and Energico; Serenata for Orchestra -- Con allegrezza and Con spirito. New York Chamber Symphony of the 92nd Street Y, Gerard Schwarz, conductor. Delos CD DE 3106.
  3. Larry Polansky: Four Voice Canon No. 3. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody", Artifact Recordings ART 1004.
  4. Joseph L. Anderson: in mosaic. From "Music from SEAMUS volume 3", SEAMUS CD EAM-9402.
  5. George Todd: Wordscapes. From "Music from SEAMUS volume 2", SEAMUS CD EAM-9401.
  6. I Wayan Sadra: Terus dan Terus! On and On! From "Mana 689", Lyrichord CD LYRCD 7420.
  7. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Tool Alphabet for Children: A is for the Axe; B is for Buzzsaw; A Chisel is a Handy Tool. Texts by David Gunn. Midi performance provided by the composer.
    All recordings of Bea Phillips provided by the composer; UVM Today engineered
    by Richard Giroux.
  8. Bea Phillips, first set:
    • Ribbons of Rhythm
    • Behold
    • Run and Not Be Weary
    • Delight
    • Wings
  9. Bea Phillips, second set:
    • Missisquoi Falls
    • UVM Today
    • Red, Red Rose
  10. Bea Phillips, third set:
    • Did You See the Sunrise?
    • Sunshine After Shadows
    • Seedtime and Harvest
  11. Bea Phillips, fourth set:
    • Carpe Diem
    • Church Lawn, How I Want to Dance Again With You
    • Going Home With My Baby, Baby
  12. Otok Bima Sidarta: Mubeng Beteng. From "Mana 689".
  13. Larry Polansky: B'rey'sheet. Jody Diamond, voice. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody."
  14. Leroy Holmes: Animal Alphabet, A-B-C. Golden Records LP 244.

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The InterMuse
  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 Cage and Lejaren Hiller: HPSCHD for Harpsichords & Computer-Generated Sound Tapes. Nonesuch LP H-71224.
  3. James Tenney: Fabric for Che. From "Selected Works 1961-1969", Artifact Records CD FP 001 / ART 1007.
  4. Eric Salzman: The Nude Paper Sermon, Tropes for Actor, Renaissance Consort, Chorus and Electronics. Nonesuch LP H-71231.
  5. Vaclav Nelhybel: Twelve-Tone Composition. Folkways LP FT-3612.
  6. Daniel Weymouth: Another Violin. From "Music from SEAMUS volume 4", SEAMUS CD EAM-9501.
  7. Charles Dodge: Earth's Magnetic Field, Realizations in Computed Electronic Sound. Nonesuch LP H-71250.
  8. Morton Subotnik: Silver Apples of the Moon for Electronic Music Synthesizer. Nonesuch LP H-71174.
  9. Conlon Nancarrow: Study Number 40B. From "Complete Studies for Player Piano, Volume Two". 1750 Arch Records LP S-1777.
  10. Robert Ashley: She Was a Visitor. From "Extended Voices: New Pieces for Chorus and for Voices Altered Electronically by Sound Synthesizers and Vocoder", Odyssey LP 32 16 0155.
  11. James Tenney: For Ann (Rising). From "Selected Works, 1961-1969"
  12. John Cage: Suite for Toy Piano. Stephen Drury, keyboard. From "In a Landscape", Catalyst CD 08026-61980-2.
  13. Dennis Murphy: KooKoo. Fyre and Lightning Consort. From "Fyre and Lightning from Heaven Fall", limited edition cassette, 1988.
  14. Dennis Murphy: Big Green Tree. Fyre and Lightning Consort.
  15. Dennis Murphy: Prepared Piano Piece. Lucy Kubiak, piano, ca. 1960. Recording provided by the composer.
  16. Dennis Murphy: Christian Tune in a South Indian Style. Wesleyan Chapel Choir, ca. 1964. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Dennis Murphy: Thumese Medley. Plainfield Village Gamelan, Vermont Composers Festival, Putney, Vermont, November 1989. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  18. Dennis Murphy: Faux Gagaku Piece. Goddard College Homegrown Orchetra, ca. 1979. Recording provided by the composer.
  19. Dennis Murphy: Afternoon Song. Fyre and Lightning Consort.
  20. Dennis Murphy: Idiocy. Steven Light, two recorders; Fyre and Lightning Consort.
  21. Terry Riley: Chanting the Light of Foresight, sixth movement. Rova Saxophone Quartet. New Albion CD NA064CD.

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Muffins & Marionettes
  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. Jeanne Parson: Hymn Tunes. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL", Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  3. Helen Reddy: I Am Woman. Sung by 'Darlene Edwards' [Jo Stafford]. From "Jonathan and Darlene's Greatest Hits" Corinthian CD COR-101CD.
  4. Cole Porter: Love For Sale. Sung by Kate Westbrook. From "Love for Sale / Käufliche Liebe", hat ART LP 2031.
  5. Hanns Eisler: Song von der Ware. Sung by Dagmar Krause. From "Supply & Demand", Hannibal Records CD HNCD 1317.
  6. Margie Adam. Best Friend (The Unicorn Song). Sung by Marie Adam. From "Margie Adam. Songwriter", Pleiades Records LP HB2747.
  7. Laura Nyro: Brown Earth. Sung by Laura Nyro. From "Christmas and the Beads of Sweat", Columbia LP KC 30259.
  8. John Davenport and Eddie Cooley, Jr.: Fever. Sung by Peggy Lee. From "There'll Be Another Spring", Musicmasters CD MMD 60249K.
  9. Laurie Anderson: O Superman. Sung by Laurie Anderson. From "Big Science", Warner Bros. LP BSK 3674.
  10. Sally Oldfield: Water Bearer. Sung by Sally Oldfield. From "Water Bearer", Chrysalis LP CHR-1211.
  11. Willie Dixon: My Love Will Never Die. Sung by Diamanda Galas. From "Diamanda Galas: The Singer", Mute Records 9 61278-2.
  12. Rowlands S. Howard: Come Fall. Sung by Lydia Lunch. From "Honeymoon in Red", Dutch East India Trading LP WSP 12.
  13. Kay Gardner: The Cauldron of Cerridwyn. Sung by Kay Gardner. From "Emerging", Urana Records LP ST WWE 83.
  14. Kurt Weill: Surabaya, Johnny. Sung by Ute Lemper. From "Ute Lemper Sings Kurt Weill Vol. 2", London CD 436 417-2.
  15. George Gershwin: Summertime. Sung by Janis Joplin. From "Cheap Thrills", Columbia LP KCS 9700.
  16. Norman Gimbel and Charles Fox: Killing Me Softly With His Song. Sung by Roberta Flack. From "Killing Me Softly", Atlantic LP SD 7271.
  17. Joseph Kosma: Les Feuilles Mortes. Sung by Ute Lemper. From "Illusions", London CD 436 720-2. [more...]
  18. Beach Boys: God Only Knows. Sung by Elvis Costello. From "Particle Theory", Warner/Reprise CD PRO-CD-6550.
  19. John Zorn: Cat O' Nine Tails (Tex Avery Directs the Marquis de Sade). Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories", Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  20. Picchio dal Posso, Abbiamo Tutti i Suio Problemi: Uccellin del bosco. Olps LP 55013.
  21. Henry Cowell: At the Firehouse. Lukas Foss, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. From "American Festival", Pro Arte CD CDD-102.
  22. Tim Hodgkinson: The Decay of Cities. Performed by Henry Cow. From "Western Culture", Interzone Records LP 12-1001.
  23. Frank Zappa: The Beltway Bandits. From "Jazz From Hell", Ryko CD RCD 10030.
  24. Igor Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto. Richard Stoltzman, clarinet; Woody Herman's Thundering Herd. RCA Victor CD 6486-2-RC.
  25. Anton Webern: Six Bagatelles. Kronos Quartet. From "Winter Was Hard", Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79181-2.
  26. Edgard Varèse: Ionisation. New Jersey Percussion Ensemble. From "Late in the 20th Century", Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  27. Diamanda Galas: Panoptikon. From "Diamanda Galas", Metalanguage LP 119.
  28. Andy Kirk: Combat. Performed by Univers Zero. From "Ceux du dehors", EF 1313.
  29. Carla Bley: On the Stage in Cages. From "Big Band Theory", WATT/25 CD 78118-23125-2.
  30. John Cage: Suite for Toy Piano. Stephen Drury, keyboard. From "In a Landscape", Catalyst CD 09026-61980-2.
  31. Pauline Oliveros: A Love Song. Pauline Oliveros, accordion. From "The Well & The Gentle", hat ART LP 2020.
  32. Anthony Moore and Peter Blegvad: War. Performed by Henry Cow. From "In Praise of Learning", Celluloïd Records LP LTM 1010.
  33. I Wayan Sadra: Terus dan Terus! On and On! From "Mana 689: New Music Indonesia Vol. 2", Lyrichord CD LYRCD 7420.
  34. Igor Stravinsky: Petrouchka. Charles Dutoit, Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal. London CD 417 619-2.
  35. Igor Stravinsky: Piano Rag Music. Michael Arnowitt, piano. From "Classical/Jazz", Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512994Z.
  36. Béla Bártok: String Quartet No. 4, last movement. Emerson String Quartet. DGG CD 423 657-2.
  37. John Adams: A Short Ride in a Fast Machine. Edo de Waart, San Francisco Symphony. From "The Chairman Dances", Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2 79144.
  38. William Bolcomb: Pas des Bacchantes, from Orphee Serenade. From "Points of Departure", DGG CD 435 389-2.
  39. Henry Cowell: Pulse for Six Percussionists. From "The Kroumata Percussion Ensemble Plays..." Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512300K.
  40. David Van Tieghem: Untitled and These Things Happen. From "These Things Happen", Warner Bros. LP 9 25105-1
  41. Duke Ellington: Take the 'A' Train. World Saxophone Quartet. From "The World Saxophone Quartet Plays Duke Ellington", Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79137.
  42. Gerand Hourbette: Cortège des Officiels. Performed by Art Zoid. From "Les Espaces Inquiets", Divine Records LP 1153.
  43. Ornette Coleman: Lonely Woman. Kronos Quartet. From "White Man Sleeps", Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79163.
  44. Toshiko Akiyoshi: Feast in Milano. From "European Memoirs", Ascent Records LP ASC 1003.
  45. Gunnar Madsen and Richard Greene: Trash. Sung by the Bobs. From "The Bobs", Kaleidoscope LP F-18.
  46. Philip Glass: Hydrogen Jukebox, parts 1 and 2. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79286-2.

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Queen Liliuokalani's Birthday
  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. Morton Subotnik: The Wild Bull (excerpt). Nonesuch LP H-71208.
  3. Sergei Prokofiev: The Volga Meets the Don (excerpt) Moskva Philharmonic Orchestra. Monitor Records LP MC-2007.
  4. Freed-Noble-Leleiohaku: Hawaiian War Chant. From "Hawaiian War Chant". Lani Royal with the Diamond Head Band. Free China LP FL-1025.
  5. Freed-Noble-Leleiohaku: Hawaiian War Chant. From "Big Band Memories". Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. RCA LP DPL5-0015(e).
  6. Freed-Noble-Leleiohaku: Hawaiian War Chant. Spike Jones & His City Slickers. The Entertainers CD 0247.
  7. Calvin Hampton: Triple Play. From "New Music in Quarter-Tones". Odyssey LP 32 16 0161.
  8. Francesco Landini: Lasso di do. Performed by Judy Collins. From "Wildflowers". Elektra Records LP EKS-74012.
  9. Terry Riley: The Pipes of Medb. Rova Saxophone Quartet. From "Imbas Forasnai: Chanting the Light of Foresight". New Albion CD NA064CD.
  10. Don Jamison: Two Meditations. Steven Klimowski, clarinet; Elizabeth Metcalfe, piano. 1993. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Don Jamison: Brass Piano. 1981. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Don Jamison: Three Bagatelles and a Fantasy (excerpt). Ensemble conducted by David Gilbert. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Don Jamison: Mise en scènes. Rolf Schulte, violin; Chris Finckel, cello. 1989. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Don Jamison: An Imaginary Sunrise. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. 1994. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Terry Riley: In C. Ensemble conducted by the composer. CBS CD MK 7178.
  16. Yoshihisa Taïra: Hiérophonie V pour six percussionnistes. From "The Kroumata Percussion Ensemble plays..." Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512300K.

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Festival of Short Things
  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. Dmitri Shostakovich: The Execution of Stepan Razim. Moscow Philharmonic, Kiril Kondrashin conducting. Melodiya/Angel LP SR 40000.
  3. David Gunn: Cowbellies. Midi performance. Recording provided by the composer.
  4. David Byrne: High Life for Strings. Balanescu Quartet. Argo CD 436 565-2.
  5. Monty Python: I Like Chinese. From "Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album". Arista LP AL 9536.
  6. Best of the Sesquihour, Part III.
  7. Philip Glass: String Quartet No. 5, first movement. Kronos Quartet. Nonesuch CD 9 79356-2.
  8. Bill Harris: Four Improvisations. Bill Harris, piano. Vermont Composers Festival, Woodstock, November 1994. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  9. Bill Harris: Untitled #1. Midi performance. (All Midi recordings provided by the composer.)
  10. Bill Harris: Untitled #3 & 4. Midi performances.
  11. Bill Harris: Untitled #6 & 7. Midi performances.
  12. Bill Harris: Untitled #9 & 10. Midi performances.
  13. Todd Levin: DG*Ultramix. London Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller conducting. From "De Luxe". DGG CD 445 647-2.

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