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Winter 1998-99



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Marches, Fanfares and Dances of Impeachment
  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. George Rochberg: String Quartet No. 3, Part A. Concord String Quartet. Nonesuch LP H-71283.
  3. Frank Zappa: Peaches en Regalia. Mothers of Invention. From "Hot Rats". Rykodisc CD RCD 10066.
  4. Elliott Carter: Fanfare from Canonic Suite. Aurelia Saxophone Quartet. From "Blow!" Vanguard Classics CD 99163.
  5. William Bolcom: Symphony No. 5, "Machine", fourth movement. Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. From "Earquake" Ondine CD ODE 894.
  6. Philip Glass: Köln: Civil WarS, section II. Michael Riesman. New Arts Program / CD Connection [limited edition].
  7. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: A Fanfare for Peace. Vermont Philharmonic Orchestra, Brian Webb, conductor. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  8. National Anthem: Jordan. Millar Brass Ensemble, Stephen Squires, conductor. From "World Anthems Vol. 1". Delos CD DE 3199.
  9. Jesse Ayers: The Dancing King. Mark Nelson, tuba. From "Aboriginal Voices". Available from Mark Nelson; contact K&D for information.
  10. National Anthem: Turkey.
  11. Wendy Mae Chambers: Snake Dancer. From "122". New World Records CD 80526-2.
  12. National Anthem: Lithuania.
  13. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Lithuanian Liniment March. Vermont Festival Wind Ensemble conducted by the composer. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  14. National Anthem: India.
  15. Raymond Scott: War Dances for Wooden Indians. From "Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights". Columbia CD CK 53028.
  16. National Anthem: Austria.
  17. Aaron Jay Kernis: Phantom Polka. Guy Klecevsek. From "Manhattan Cascade". CRI CD 626.
  18. Donald Erb: Twirling Fanfare. From Remembrances. From "Sunlit Peaks and Dark Valleys". New World Records CD 80537-2.
  19. National Anthem: Chile.
  20. George Crumb: Ghost Dance. From "Ancient Voices of Children". Elektra Nonesuch CD 9 79149-2.
  21. George Crumb: Dances of the Ancient Earth. From "Ancient Voices of Children". Elektra Nonesuch CD 9 79149-2.
  22. National Anthem: Canada.
  23. Eldon Rathburn: The St. Lawrence Tubular Bridge Mazurka Polka. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD 520.
  24. Erling Wold: Dance of the Testifiers, from The Islamic Republic of Las Vegas. From "Music of Love". Spooky Pooch CD 166.
  25. Erling Wold: Dance of the Polygamists, from The Islamic Republic of Las Vegas. From "Music of Love".
  26. National Anthem: Russia.
  27. Eldon Rathburn: Stravinsky on the Delta Queen. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD 520.
  28. Eldon Rathburn: Honky Tonk (City of Gold). From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD 520.
  29. Jackson MacLow: Phoneme Dance in Memoriam John Cage. From "Open Secrets". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 110.
  30. Donald Erb: Fanfare #2. From Remembrances. From "Sunlit Peaks and Dark Valleys". New World Records CD 80537-2.
  31. National Anthem: Argentina.
  32. Conlon Nancarrow: Tango?. Continuum. From "Orchestral, Chamber and Piano Music". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512764M.
  33. Chester Biscardi: Incitation to Desire: Tango. From "Gay American Composers". CRI CD 721.
  34. Richard Rodney Bennett: Tango after Syrinx. Yvar Mikhashoff. From "incitation to desire". New Albion CD NA073CD.
  35. National Anthem: Netherlands.
  36. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Missingen March. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  37. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Blowout March. From "Pianostrils". Malted/Media CD malt9802-2.
  38. David Gunn: The Missing Inn March. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. From forthcoming CD.
  39. National Anthem: Finland.
  40. Jón Leifs: Hekla. Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. From "Earquake" Ondine CD ODE 894.

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Welcome Laughter
  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. Earle Brown: Hodograph I. Mainstream LP MS 5007B.
  3. Earle Brown: Music for Violin, Cello and Piano. Mainstream LP MS 5007B.
  4. Earle Brown: Hodograph I (reprise).
    From Ding Dong deluxe, OHM/Avatar CD AVTR-001:
  5. Georges Azzaria: L'appareil buccal des insectes.
  6. Jocelyn Robert: Les misères de la foi.
  7. Neil Wernik: The big question.
  8. Phÿcus: Tibetan monks buckle up for safety.
  9. Bernard Bonnier: 6666.
  10. Elaine Frigon: O Canada.
  11. Stéphane Caron: Saint-Sauveur.
  12. Pierre-André Arcand: Le ronfleur.
  13. Dan Lander: Moment.
  14. Christof Migone: SA.
  15. Black Auks: Auklick #2.
  16. Algojo: Pour votre porte.
  17. Jean Routhier: Bris variations #3.
  18. Louis Ouellet: S.S. bleu.
    end of selections from Ding Dong deluxe.
  19. Malcolm Lindsay: Solitary Citizen. Quartz. From "Solitary Citizen". Classic Productions CD CP010.
  20. Louis Andriessen: Anachronie II. Donemus Composers Voice CD CV 54.
  21. Calliope Tsoupaki: Aethra. Recording provided by the composer.
  22. Calliope Tsoupaki: Song for Four. Recording provided by the composer.
  23. Calliope Tsoupaki: Mania. Recording provided by the composer.
  24. Daniel Goode: Six Fractal Fingers. Experimental Intermedia CD XI 113.
  25. David Ernst: Four Preludes. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for Piano". New Ariel CD AE001.
  26. Jeff Vidov: Fanfare for the Court Jester. From "Three Trees". Vidov CD JV-9801.
  27. Daniel Goode: Six New Fractal Fingers. Experimental Intermedia CD XI 113.
  28. Wendy Mae Chambers: Dies Irae from A Mass for Mass Trombones. Centaur CD CRC 2263.

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Along with Gilles

    From Ding Dong deluxe, OHM/Avatar CD AVTR-001:
  1. Pierre-André Arcand: Trompette à claque.
  2. Phycus: Steve Reich's final moments.
  3. Niel Wiernik: La journée longue.
  4. Glèche Lavrille: Le calvaire
  5. Pierre-André Arcand: O Stat You.
  6. Chantal Dumas: Malmousque.
    end of selections from Ding Dong deluxe.
  7. 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.
  8. Louis Andriessen: Anachronie I. Netherlands Ballet Orchestra, Howard Williams, conductor. Donemus Composers Voice CD CV 54.
  9. Ned Bouhalassa: . From "Aérosol". empreintes DIGITales CD IMED 9840.
  10. Fumarola: El Peregrinar de la Araña. From "Travels of the Spider: Electroacoustic Music from Argentina". Pogus CD P21015-2.
  11. Calliope Tsoupaki: Mania (conclusion). Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Calliope Tsoupaki: Linaeus. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Calliope Tsoupaki: Music for Saxophones. Syrinx Saxophone Quartet. Erasmus Muziek CD WVH164.
  14. Calliope Tsoupaki: Song for Four. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XXXVII. Recording provided by the composer.
  16. Malcolm Lindsay: From Fife to Glasgow. Quartz. From "Solitary Citizen". Classic Productions CD CP010.
  17. Tom Johnson: Euler's Harmonies. From "Music for 88". Tom Johnson, voice and piano. Experimental Intermedia CD XI 106.

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Hobos and Hardcore
  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. Daron Hagen: Night, Again. Baylor University Wind Ensemble, Michael Haithcock, conductor. From "Night, Again". Arsis CD 112.
  3. Harry Parch: Barstow: Eight Hitchhikers' Inscriptions from a Highway Railing at Barstow, California. Ben Johnston, voice. Kronos Quartet. From "Howl" Nonesuch CD 79372-2.
  4. Moondog: Be a Hobo. From "Moondog". CBS CD MK44994.
  5. Malcolm Lindsay: Train Travelling Like a Warm Wind. From "Solitary Citizen". Classic Productions CD CP010.
  6. Mary Jane Leach: O Magna Vasti Creta. New York Treble Singers, Cassatt String Quartet. From "Ariadne's Lament". New World CD 80525-2.
    From Ding Dong deluxe, OHM/Avatar CD AVTR-001:
  7. Jean Routhier: Échapé télévisé
  8. Émile Morin: Lecture rapide #1.
  9. Black Auks: Auklick #4.
  10. Dan Lander: Broken.
  11. Stéphane Caron: Bonheur de 18 secondes et quelque....
  12. Pierre-André Arcand: Trompette à jeun.
  13. Frances Dyson: Golfwash #1.
  14. John Oswald: Gadget 2.05.
  15. Pierre André Arcand: Maounishaou.
  16. Chantal Dumas: Le Brésil.
  17. Pierre-André Arcand: Rigodon
  18. Frances Dyson: Golfwash #4.
    end of selections from Ding Dong deluxe.
    From Amduscias, Zenflesh CD five.
  19. instagon: for thee lizard king's birthday.
  20. noise/girl: silky doll.
  21. ipecac loop: music box.
    end of selections from Amduscias.
  22. turk knifes pope: pin. From "performance cripling data restriction". Zenflesh CD four.
    From Trigger: all these things, Pogus CD 21006-2.
  23. open.
  24. something you are.
  25. some other things you are.
  26. more things you are.
  27. gross total fo things you are.
    end of selections from all these things.
    From Compost 2. Ohm/Avatar CD OHM/AVTR 008. (all cuts untitled/uncredited)
  28. [1]
  29. [2]
  30. [4]
  31. [9]
  32. [17]
  33. [21]
    end of selections from Compose 2.
    From Ambiances Magnétiques, volume 3. Ambiances Magnétiques CD AM 050 CD.
  34. Danielle P. Roger: Garagognia lulululu.
  35. Michel F. Côté and Klaxon Gueule: Crapauds.
  36. Jean Derome: Coq en métal.
    end of selections from Ambiances Magnétiques.
  37. Ilhan Mimaroglu: Prelude No. 8 (To the memory of Edgard Varèse). From "Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center 1961-1973". New World Records CD 80521-2.
  38. Dan Coleman: Garlands, excerpt. New York Chamber Symphony, Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor. Recording provided by the composer.
  39. Daron Hagen: Concerto for Flügelhorn and Wind Ensemble. Vern Sielert, flügelhorn. Baylor University Wind Ensemble, Michael Haithcock, conductor. Arsis CD 112.
  40. Mary Jane Leach: Song of Sorrows. Rooke Chapel Choir, William Payn, conductor. From "Ariadne's Lament". New World CD 80525-2.

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How Great Thou Art Song
  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: Different Trains, excerpt. Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79176.
  3. Leroy Anderson: The Typewriter, excerpt. From "The Typewriter: Leroy Anderson Favorites." St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, conductor. RCA Victor Red Seal CD 09026-68048-2.
  4. Godfried-Willem Raes: Fuga Otto Nove. Logos. From "Logos Works" XI CD 117.
  5. John Luther Adams: Major sevenths, rising. The Apollo Chamber Orchestra. From "Clouds of Forgetting, Clouds of Unknowing". New World Records CD 80500.
  6. The Bobs: The Ambient One. The Bobs. From "I Brow Club." Rounder CD 9062.
  7. John Cage: The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Rosilind Rees, soprano. From "20th Century Voices in America." VoxBox CDX 5145.
  8. Kurt Weill: Der Song von Mandelay. Ute Lemper, RIAS Sinfonietta Berlin. From "Ute Lemper Sings Kurt Weill, Vol. 2." London CD 436417.
  9. Laurie Anderson: Beautiful Red Dress, extended version. Laurie Anderson. From "Strange Angels." Warner Brothers CD 1-25900 (PRO CD 4390).
  10. Ben Johnston: Calamity Jane to her Daughter. Dora Ohrenstein, soprano. From "Urban Diva." CRI Emergency Music CD 654.
  11. Eve Beglarian: No Man's Land. twisted tutu. From "Overstepping". OO Discs CD OO33.
  12. Howard Jonathan Frederics: No Help For That. Howard J. Fredericks and The Sarus Ensemble. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. The Bobs: Trash. The Bobs. From "The Bobs." Rhino CD R2 71464.
  14. David Gunn: I've Been Vacuum-Cleanered, Baby. St. Salmon's Hospital for the Criminally Insane Pit Band & Chorus. From live performance of "Big Sister" in Putney, Vermont, 1989. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Frank Zappa: Electric Aunt Jemima. The Mothers of Invention. From "Uncle Meat." Rykodisc RCD 10064.
  16. Screamin' Jay Hawkins: I Put a Spell on You. Diamanda Galás. From "Diamanda Galás The Singer." Mute Records CD 61278.
  17. Mel Powell: A Setting for Two Pianos. Edmund Niemann and Nurit Tilles. From "Double Edge." CRI Emergency Music CD 637.
  18. Tom Johnson: Euler's Harmonies. Tom Johnson. From "Music for 88." XI CD 106.
  19. Misha Mengelberg: Dressoir. Orkest de Volharding. From "Trajekten." NM Classics CD 92021.

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McGuire Steps Up to the Platter
  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. Krzysztof Penderecki: Stabat Mater. Schola Cantorum Stuttgart, Clytus Gottwald, director. Vox CD CDX 5142.
  3. Krzysztof Penderecki: Miserere. Schola Cantorum Stuttgart, Clytus Gottwald, director. Vox CD CDX 5142.
  4. John Loffink: Resuscitation. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu". [no label]
  5. Stephen James Taylor: Mood of Neptune/Ashes Before The Sky. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu".
  6. John Starrett: Citified Notions. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu".
  7. John McGuire: 48 Variations for Two Pianos, excerpt. Herbert Henck and Deborah Richards. Largo CD 5108.
  8. John McGuire: Vanishing Points, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. John McGuire: Frieze. Herbert hench, Gérard Frémy, Deborah Richards, Pi-hsien Chen. Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer LP MFB 001.
  10. John McGuire: Pulse Music III, conclusion. Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer LP MFB 001.
  11. Tom Johnson: Music for 88. Tom Johnson, piano. Experimental Intermedia CD XI 106.
  12. Warren Burt: 12x2: Evening in Landcox Park. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu".

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McGuire Heads for Home
  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. Charles Bestor: 9:15 from Stations of the Night: 3 Blues for S.. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano". New Ariel CD AE001.
  3. Charles Bestor: Midnight from Stations of the Night: 3 Blues for S.. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano".
  4. Charles Bestor: 3:45 a.m. from Stations of the Night: 3 Blues for S.. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano".
  5. Drew Krause: Andante con moto from Three Intermezzi. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano - Volume 3". New Ariel CD AE003.
  6. Drew Krause: Presto from Three Intermezzi. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano - Volume 3".
  7. Drew Krause: Grazioso from Three Intermezzi. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano - Volume 3".
  8. Greg Steinke: Dad's Tune from Family Portrait. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano - Volume 3".
  9. Greg Steinke: Music for Carl Asa from Family Portrait. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano - Volume 3".
  10. Greg Steinke: Mom's Delight from Family Portrait. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano - Volume 3".
  11. Greg Steinke: Lullaby for Kyle Alban from Family Portrait. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano - Volume 3".
  12. Greg Steinke: Claradog Ramble from Family Portrait. Jeffrey Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano - Volume 3".
  13. Lior Navok: Voices From India: String Quartet No. 1. Christina Day, Anna Bard, Eric Paetkau, Erica Wise. From "Hidden Reflections". NLP CD NLP-22692.
  14. John McGuire: 48 Variations for Two Pianos, excerpt. Herbert Henck and Deborah Richards. Largo CD 5108.
  15. John McGuire: Vanishing Points, excerpt. Recording provided by the composer.
  16. John McGuire: A Cappella. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. John McGuire: Pulse Music III, excerpt. Edition Michael Frauenlob Bauer LP MFB 001.
  18. John McGuire: 48 Variations for Two Pianos, conclusion.
  19. Violeta Dinescu: Vortex-Wolken III. European Music Project. Symposion CD 1SCL0207.
  20. Susan Allen and Vinny Golia: For M.P.. From "Duets". 9 Winds CD NWCD0204.
  21. John Loffink: Cetacia From "Pre- and Posthistory". John Loffink CD JSL002.
  22. Bill Sethares: Duet for Morphine and Cymbal. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu". [no label]
  23. Susan Allen and Vinny Golia: Duet No. 12. From "Duets". 9 Winds CD NWCD0204.
  24. John Starrett: Limp Off to School. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu".

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Explosions
  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. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Electronic Construction No. 2 in Low Tones, 1970. From "Autonica Concretia", maltedmedia malt9804-2.
  3. Jón Leifs: Hekla, excerpt. Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Ondine CD ODE 894-2.
  4. Mike Frengel: Rock Music. Recording provided by the composer.
    From Ding Dong deluxe, OHM/Avatar CD AVTR-001:
  5. Neil Wiernik: Almost outta here
  6. Fabrice Montal: Two disolute
  7. Doyon/Demers: Ting
  8. Neil Wiernik: Beautiful aftertought [sic]
  9. Jocelyn Robert: Sablier
  10. Louis Ouellet: S.M.
  11. Christof Migone: NS
  12. Phycus: Cigarette butt
  13. France Deslauriers: Changement d'huile
  14. Jean Routhier: Bris variations #2
  15. Phycus: Terror on tape
  16. Émile Morin: Lecture rapide #2
  17. Pierre-André Arcand: Trompe
  18. Stéphane Caron: Poudres
  19. Georges Azzaria: Kung-Krach
  20. Élaine Frigon: A 118
  21. Insurgent: Imagine
  22. Georges Azzaria: Grammy
    end of selections from Ding Dong deluxe.
  23. Yves Daoust: Mi Bémol. From "Musiques naïves" empreintes DIGITALes CD IMED 9843.
  24. Carter Scholz: Kaleidophon. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu". [no label]
  25. Hal Rammel and Lou Mallozzi: Whole or By The Slice. From "Whole of By The Slice". Penumbra Music CD 004.
  26. Ricardo Del Farra: ...Due Giorni Dopo. From "Travels of the Spider: Electroacoustic Music from Argentina". Pogus CD P21015-2.
  27. John Loffink: Submergence, Part 2. From "Trajectories". John Loffink CD JSL001.
  28. Daron Hagen: Sennets, Cortege and Tuckets. Baylor University Wind Ensemble, Michael Haithcock, conductor. Arsis CD 112.
  29. Violeta Dinescu: Vortex-Wolken II. European Music Project. Symposion CD 1SCL0207.
  30. Matthew Fields: Sh'mah. Pieter Blonk, carillon. Recording provided by the composer.
  31. Susan Allen and Vinny Golia: Duet No. 1. From "Duets". 9 Winds CD NWCD0204.
  32. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XXXVIII Recording provided by the composer.
  33. Marilyn Bliss: Rima. Susan Glaser, piccolo. From "Bittersweet Music". Koch International Classics 3-7396-2-H1.
  34. Elliott Carter: Elegy. Metamorphosen. Albany Records CD TROY 194.

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You Can't Go Wrong With Fifths
  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. Wendy Mae Chambers: Sanctus from A Mass for Mass Trombones. David Gilbert, conductor. Centaur CD CRC 2261.
  3. Raymond Scott: Siberian Sleigh Ride. From "Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights: The Music of Raymond Scott". Columbia CD CK53028.
  4. Scott L. Miller: Dies Sanctificatus. SCSU Concert Choir, Jeffrey Douma, conductor. Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Gabriel Willey: Processional from Visions. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Guy Klucevsek: Flying Vegetables of the Apocalypse. From "Flying Vegetables of the Apocalypse". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 104.
  7. Michael Frengel: Rock Music. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Michael Frengel: No Pestering from Three Short Stories. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Michael Frengel: Desparation from Three Short Stories. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Michael Frengel: Fun & Games from Three Short Stories. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Michael Frengel: Variations On An Already Complex Theme No. 1. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Michael Frengel: Tempi Study No. 6 (Spectral Canon). Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Michael Frengel: Tempi Study No. 3. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Michael Frengel: For Anne. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Michael Frengel: A Fraction of 3 to 2 or 1.5. Recording provided by the composer.
  16. Matthew H. Fields: Call of the Shofar. Recording provided by the composer (CD upcoming).

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The Patron Saint of Mediocrities
  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 Frengel: The Coffee Kings. Recording provided by the composer.
  3. Violeta Dinescu: Vortex-Wolken I. European Music Project. Symposion CD 1SCL0207.
  4. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Electronic Construction No. 1, excerpt. From "Autonica Concretia". MaltedMedia CD malt9804-2.
  5. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Composition for Tape & Soloists. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Exequy on the Death of Igor Stravinsky. Vermont Composers Festival Orchestra conducted by the composer. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Plasm over ocean, Scene I. Dashuki Music Theatre directed by the composer. From "Voices Past". MaltedMedia CD malt9702-2.
  8. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Plasm over ocean, Scene II. From "Voices Past".
  9. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Kyrie (beginning) from Missa da Camera. Dashuki Music Theatre directed by the composer. From "Voices Past".
  10. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Credo from Missa da Camera. From "Voices Past".
  11. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Seven Chocolate Eclems, No. 1. Thomas L. Read and Bonnie Thurber Klimowski. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Seven Chocolate Eclems, No. 2. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Seven Chocolate Eclems, No. 5. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Seven Chocolate Eclems, No. 7. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Detritus of Mating, fugue excerpt. MaltedMedia CD malt9703-2.
  16. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Brand 9 from Outer Space, original version. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Brand 9 from Outer Space. Lucius Weathersby and Ensemble. Recording provided by the composer.
  18. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Softening Cries. Sage City Symphony, Thomas L. Read, conductor. Recording provided by the composer.

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Ears Over Easy
  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. David Colson: Searching Schubert. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Róbert Stankovsky, conductor. MMC CD MMC2015.
  3. Mitch Hampton: Three-Minute Waltz. Silesian Philharmonic Orchestra, Robert Black, conductor. MMC CD MMC2008.
  4. David Ernst: Crossover. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Róbert Stankovsky, conductor. MMC CD MMC2015.
  5. David Patterson: Hermit's Blue. Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, Ruben Silva, conductor. Vienna Modern Masters CD VMM 3032.
  6. Jack Gallagher: Berceuse. Polish Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra of Krakow, Szymon Kawalla, conductor. Vienna Modern Masters CD VMM 3030.
  7. Gwyneth Walker: An American Concerto. Susan Pickett, violin, Mid-Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Robert Bode, conductor. Available from Mid-Columbia Symphony, P.O. Box 65, Richard, Washington 99352 USA.
  8. James Grant: Chart. Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra, Sebrina Maria Alfonso, conductor. Available from the composer.
  9. Beth Anderson: Minnesota Swale. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra of Bratislava, Joel Eric Suben, conductor. Opus One CD 156.
  10. Robert Black: Underground. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, Róbert Stankovsky, conductor. MMC CD MMC2015.
  11. Michael Torke: Purple. From "Color Music". Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, David Zinman, conductor. Argo CD 433 071-2.
  12. John Adams: Harmonielehre III: Meister Eckhardt and Quackie. San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, Edo de Waart, conductor. Nonesuch CD E2-79115.
  13. David Ott: The Water Garden. Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Zdenek Macal, conductor. Koss Classics CD KC-1023.
  14. William Bolcom: Énergique from Orphée-Sérénade. From "Points of Departure" Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Deutsche Grammophon CD 435 389-2.

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Getting Emotional Over Marches
  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. Igor Stravinsky: March from L'Histoire du Soldat orchestral suite. Instrumental ensemble, Juan Guinjoan, conductor. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS-1365.
  3. Sergei Prokofiev: March Les Ridicules from Alexander Nevsky. Orchestra of Radio Luxembourg, Louis de Froment, conductor. Turnabout LP TV-S 34463.
  4. John Philip Sousa: Under the Cuban Flag. The Wallace Collection, John Wallace, conductor. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513381M.
  5. John Philip Sousa: The Thunderer. The Wallace Collection, John Wallace, conductor. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513381M.
  6. George Rochberg: March from String Quartet No. 3. Concord String Quartet. Nonesuch LP H-71283.
  7. John Williams: Final Curtain (March) from Star Wars. 20th Century Fox LP 2T-541 (0898).
  8. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Roxbury Blowout March. Midi recording provided by the composer.
  9. David Gunn: The Missing Inn March. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. From an upcoming CD.
  10. Russell Alexander: Memphis the Majestic March. The Great American Mainstreet Band. Angel CD D101206 (BMG).
  11. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Lithuanian Liniment March. Vermont Composers Festival Orchestra conducted by the composer.
  12. John Oswald: Spectre. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories". Elektra Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  13. K&D station ID by Eric Honour.
  14. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: As the Spirit Wanes. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Ken Valitsky: Black Velvet Elvis. From "Emergency Music". CRI CD 770.
  16. Violeta Dinescu: Vortex Wolken III. European Music Project. Symposion CD 1SCL0207.
  17. Louis Andriessen: Nocturnen. Netherlands Ballet Orchestra, Howard Williams, conductor. Donemus CD CV 54.
  18. K&D station ID by Eufrasio Prates.
  19. Terry Riley: Half-Wolf Dances Mad in Moonlight from Salome Dances for Peace. Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79217-2.
  20. Poul Ruders: Tundra. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179.
  21. Phil Kline: Premonition. From "Glow in the Dark". CRI CD 801.
  22. Laurie Spiegel: Riding the Storm. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.
  23. Judy Dunaway: Rubber Patchwork Quilt. From "Balloon Music". CRI CD 778.
  24. K&D station ID by NN und Ähnliche Elemente.
  25. Mary Jane Leach: O Magna Vasti Creta. New York Treble Singers, Cassatt String Quartet. From "Ariadne's Lament". New World Records CD 80525-2.
  26. Eve Beglarian: Wolf Chaser. From "Lesbian American Composers". CRI CD 780.
  27. Sergei Prokofiev: March from The Love for Three Oranges. Orchestra of Radio Luxembourg, Louis de Froment, conductor. Turnabout LP TV-S 34463.

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About Time
  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. Charles Wuorinen: Time's Encomium. Nonesuch LP H-71225.
  3. Nick Didkovsky: Ice Cream Time. Dr. Nerve. From "Binky Boy". Punos Music CD PM0003.
  4. Bill Alves: Time Auscultations. From "Terrain of Possibilities". Electronic Music Foundation CD EMF 002.
  5. Scott L. Miller: Time is the Fire in Which We Burn. Mark Springer, trombone. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. John Rea: Over Time. Orchestre Métropolitain, Walter Boudreau, conductor. Centrediscs CD CMC-CDS1.
  7. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: A Time Machine: The Particles. From "Cold Stones". MaltedMedia limited edition malt9902-2.
  8. Evan Ziporyn: LUV Time. From "Bang on a Can Live Volume 1". CRI CD 628.
  9. Ira-Paul Schwarz: 2 X's 3 from Time Pieces. Jeffred Jacob, piano. From "Contemporary American Eclectic Music for the Piano Volume 3". New Ariel CD AE 003.
  10. Ira-Paul Schwarz: Night and Day from Time Pieces.
  11. Ira-Paul Schwarz: Tempus Fugit from Time Pieces.
  12. Ira-Paul Schwarz: Another Time from Time Pieces.
  13. Ira-Paul Schwarz: Three-Quarter Time from Time Pieces.
  14. Ira-Paul Schwarz: Pastime from Time Pieces.
  15. Louis Andriessen: Anachronie I. Netherlands Ballet Orchestra, Howard Williams, conductor. Donemus CD CV 54.
  16. Mike Frengel: Tempi Study No. 3. From "Tape Music". Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Yves Daoust: Il était une fois.... From "Musiques naïves". empreintes DIGITALes CD IMED 9843.
  18. Udo Kasemets: Time Trip to Big Bang and Back: Quarkanon. Artifact Music CD ART-010.
  19. George Gershwin: Summertime. Michael Lowenstern, bass clarinet. From "Spasm". New World Records CD 80468-2.

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