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Summer 1996



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Oedipus Nix
  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. Witold Lutoslowski: String Quartet, 1964. Kronos String Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79255-2.
  3. Igor Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex, beginning. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Karel Ancerl, conductor. Turnabout LP TV 34179.
  4. Nicolas Collins: Pet Sounds, beginning. From "Inverse Guitar". Trace Elements cassette TE-1016.
  5. Nicolas Collins: Broken Light III: Torelli. From "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night". Trace Elements CD TE-1019 CD
  6. Nicolas Collins: Pet Sounds, conclusion. From "Inverse Guitar".
  7. Nicolas Collins: Say Uncle, beginning. From "Inverse Guitar".
  8. Nicolas Collins: Say Uncle, conclusion. From "Inverse Guitar".
  9. Nicolas Collins: Like A Falling Stone. From "Inverse Guitar".
  10. Rhys Chatham: Charm. From "Neon". NTone CD CDS15.
  11. Igor Stravinsky: Berceuse. From "The Art of the Theremin". Clara Rockmore, theremin. Delos CD DE1014.
  12. David Gunn: Out of Cahoots. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  13. William DeFotis: Breaking Up Immediately Recognizable Units of Significance is Hard to Do. From "New Graduate Works from the Experimental Music Studios, University of Illinois at Urbaba-Champaign." Denon Digital [no number].
  14. Marc Battier: Slow Scan. From "transparence". Bond Age CD 562011.
  15. Marc Battier: Invisible Mirrors. From "transparence".

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A Cheap History of Atonality
  1. Vaclav Nelhybel: Twelve-Tone Composition, excerpt. Forkways LP FT 3612.
  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. Arnold Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Deutsche Grammophon CD 429 233-2.
  4. Arnold Schoenberg: Gurre-Lieder, excerpt. Symphonie-Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Rafael Kubelik, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 431 745-2.
  5. Arnold Schoenberg: Chamber Symphony No. 1, excerpt. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. Deutsche Grammophon CD 429 233-2.
  6. Arnold Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire. Jan DeGaetani, Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Arthur Weisberg, conductor. Nonesuch LP H-71251.
  7. Arnold Schoenberg: Suite for Piano, Op. 25. Claude Helffer, piano. From "Arnold Schoenberg: Complete Piano Music". Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 1215.
  8. Anton Webern: Slow Movement for String Quartet. Emerson String Quartet. From "Anton Webern: Works for String Quartet". Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 828-2.
  9. Anton Webern: Passacaglia. From "Orchestral Pieces". Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Leipzig, Herbert Kegel, conductor. Berlin Classics CD 0090202BC.
  10. Anton Webern: Six Bagatelles for String Quartet. Emerson String Quartet. From "Anton Webern: Works for String Quartet".
  11. Alban Berg: Lyric Suite, movements 1-3. Galimir Quartet. Vanguard LP VA 25017.
  12. Anton Webern: String Trio. Emerson String Quartet.
  13. Anton Webern: Symphony, Op. 21. From "Orchestral Pieces".
  14. Alban Berg: Violin Concerto, first movement. Anne-Sophie Mutter, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, James Levine, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 437 093-2.
  15. Arnold Schoenberg: Ode to Napoleon. Nash Ensemble. Virgin Classics CD 07777-59057-2-4
    Children of Schoenberg Mix
  16. Milton Babbitt: String Quartet No. 2. The Composers Quartet. Nonesuch LP H-71280.
  17. Pierre Boulez: Le Marteau sans Maître. Ensemble conducted by Robert Craft. Odyssey LP 32 16 0154.
  18. Edgar Varèse: Ionisation. New Jersey Percussion Ensemble. From "Late in the 20th Century". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  19. George Antheil: Ballet Mécanique. Netherlands Wind Ensemble, Reinbert de Leeuw, conductor. Philips LP 6514 254.
  20. Elliott Carter: Double Concerto for Harpsichord and Piano with Two Chamber Orchestras. Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Arthur Weisberg, conductor. Nonesuch LP H-71314.
  21. Olivier Messiaen: Turangalîla-Symphonie. Orchestre de l'Opéra Bastille, Myung-Whun Chung, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 431 781-2.
  22. George Rochberg: String Quartet No. 3, March. Concord String Quartet. Nonesuch LP H-71283.
  23. Iannis Xenakis: Bohor I. From "Iannis Xenakis: Electro-Acoustic Music". Nonesuch LP H-71246.
  24. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Momente, 1965 version. Soloists, Chorus, Symphony Orchestra of Radio Cologne, Karlheinz Stockhausen, conductor. Nonseuch LP H-71157.
  25. John Cage: Music for Marcel Duchamp. Stephen Drury, keyboard. From "In a Landscape". Catalyst CD 09026-61980-2.
  26. Luciano Berio: Sequenza III. Cathy Berberian, voice. Candide LP CD 31027.
  27. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Gesange der Jünglinge. Recording from the master tapes provided by Alcedo Coenen.
  28. Mario Davidovsky: Synchronisms No. 1. Samuel Baron, flute. From "Music for Flute & Tape" Nonesuch LP H-71289.
  29. Regimental Company March. From "The Bagpipes and Drums of Scotland". Laserlight CD 15 159.
  30. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Rough Edges, conclusion. Michael Arnowitt, piano. Recorded by Malted/Media. Recording provided by the composer.

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Channeler Surfing
  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. Excerpts from Footsteps on the Moon. Command/ABC LP 948-S.
  3. Excerpts from Man on the Moon. Evolution LP STAO 91999.
  4. Robert Kyr: Threefold Vision. Performed by Ensemble PAN. From "Unseen Rain". New Albion CD NA 075.
  5. Marga Richter: Qhanri (snow mountain). Performed by David Wells and Marga Richter. From "Snow Mountain: A Spiritual Trilogy". Leonarda CD LE 337.
  6. Jaron Lanier: Breaking Song. Performed by Jaron Lanier. From "Instruments of Change". Point Music CD 442-132-2.
  7. Excerpts from George Burns and Gracie Allen 1937. Mark56 Records LP 735.
  8. Todd Levin: Blur. London Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller. From "DeLuxe". Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 647-2.
    The following were performed live in concert by Barbara Wellspring
  9. Meditation (No. 1)
  10. Meditation (No. 2)
  11. Meditation (No. 3)
  12. Meditation (No. 4)
  13. Meditation (No. 5)
  14. Meditation (No. 6)
  15. Meditation (No. 7)
  16. Meditation (No. 8)
  17. Meditation (No. 9)
    End of live concert by Barbara Wellspring
  18. Leroy Anderson: The Typewriter. Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, conductor. From "The Typewriter". RCA Victor Red Seal CD 09026-68048-2.
  19. Laurie Anderson: Love Among the Sailors. From "Bright Red". Warner Bros. CD 9 45534-2.
  20. James Tenney: For Ann (Rising). From "Selected Works 1961-1969". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1007.

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Bovine Battle Guide to Stasis
  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. Bernard Hermann: Psycho Suite. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Elmer Bernstein, conductor. From "Bernard Hermann Film Scores". Milan CD 73138 35643-2.
  3. Eliane Radigue: Biogenesis. Metamkine CD MKCD019 1996.
  4. Morton Feldman: Piano and String Quartet, excerpt. Kronos Quartet with Aki Takahasi, piano. Elektra/Nonesuch 9 79320-2.
  5. Horatiu Radulescu: Inner Time II, excerpt. Armand Angster Clarinet System. Audivis Montaigne CD MO 782030.
  6. Laurie Spiegel: The Hollows. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.
  7. David Gunn: Fantasia on Ernst von Dohnanyi. Midi recording provided by the composer.
  8. Eliane Radigue's Teakettle, musique concrète. Recorded by David Gunn.
  9. Eliane Radigue: Kyema, Intermediate States, complete. Experimental Intermedia CD XI103.
    Bovine Battle Stasis-Ending Mix:
  10. Carl Stone: Gild. From "Kamiya Bar". Robi Droli CD NT 6739 2.
  11. Boris Porena: Vivaldi, Allegro. From "Italian Compositions of the 20th Century". I Solisti Italiani. Denon CD CO-78949.
  12. Carl Stone: Axis. From "Kamiya Bar".
  13. Elliott Sharp: Digital. From "Short Stories". Kronos String Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  14. William Trimble: Thermals. From "Duo for Saxophone and Composer". William Trimble, sax; Daniel Wyman, electronics. Gnorble Music CD 9611.
  15. Calliope Tsoupaki: Music for Saxophones. From "Waves". Syrinx Saxophone Quartet. Erasmus Muziek Productions CD WVH164.
  16. Harry Partch: Delusion of the Fury, conclusion. Ensemble conducted by Danlee Mitchell. Columbia LP M2 30576.
  17. Anne La Berge: revamper. From "blow". Frog Peak Music CD FP004.
  18. Kipper Kids: Sheik of Araby. From "High Performance, The Record: Artists Doing Songs", (Issue No. 23). High Performance LP HP002-5.

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Straining the Humerus
  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. Lewis-Young-Wayne: In a Little Spanish Town. From "Mummers on Parade". Coral String Band, Ky Reed, director. HMR Productions LP RC 336.
  3. Michael Reynolds: Pleasant Task. Major Records LP 73-A (T4RM-3865).
  4. Michael Reynolds: Strolling Thru the Park. Major Records LP 68-A (TR4M-1182)
  5. P.D.Q. Bach: Sam and Janet. From "WTWP Classical Talkity-Talk Radio". Telarc CD CD-80295.
  6. Richard Greene: Mr. Duality. The Bobs. From "Shut Up and Sing!". Rounder CD CD 9039.
  7. Laurie Anderson: Dr. Miller. From "You're the Guy I Want to Share My Money With". Giorno Poetry Systems LP GPS 020-021.
  8. Malcolm Arnold: A Grand, Grand Overture. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Vernon Handley, conductor. Conifer Classics CD 75605 51240 2.
  9. Eldon Rathburn: Stravinsky on the Delta Queen. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Eldon Rathburn, calliope. Crystal Records CD CD 520.
  10. Eldon Rathburn: Honky-Tonks (City of Gold). From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  11. Kenneth Gaburo: The Wasting of Lucrecetzia. From "Music for Voices, Instruments and Electronic Sounds". Nonesuch LP H-71199.
  12. Frank Zappa: Electric Aunt Jemima. The Mothers of Invention. From "Uncle Meat". Ryko CD RCD 10065.
  13. Kipper Kids: Sheik of Araby. From "High Performance, The Record: Artists Doing Songs", (Issue No. 23). High Performance LP HP002-5.
  14. Gunnar Madsen and Richard Greene: Trash. The Bobs. From "The Bobs". Rhino CD R2 71464.
  15. Georges Bizet: The Naked Carmen. Universal Military Bubblegum Band, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Paul Paray, conductor. Mercury LP SRM 1-604.
  16. David Gunn: The Help Me Rondo. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Carl Stalling: Marching Pink Elephants. From "The Carl Stalling Project, Volume 2". Warner Bros. CD 9 45430-2.
  18. Furious Pig: I Don't Like Your Face. From "Furious Pig". Rough Trade Music LP RTO 64.
  19. P.D.Q. Bach: Last Tango in Bayreuth. From "Music for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion". Turtle Mountain Naval Base Tactical Wind Ensemble. Telarc CD CD-80307.
  20. Soeur Sourire: Dominique, excerpt. From "The Singing Nun". Philips LP PCC 203.
  21. Tom Hamilton: Another Family Resemblance, excerpt. From "Act of Finding". O.O.Discs CD OO18.
  22. Alexander Mossolov: Symphony of Machines: Steel Foundry. From "Sounds of New Music ". Folkways LP FX 6160.
  23. P.D.Q. Bach: New Horizons in Music Appreciation. From "P.D.Q. Bach on the Air". I Virtuosi di Hoople. Vanguard LP VSD-79268.
  24. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: The Lituanian Liniment March. Vermont Composers Festival Wind Ensemble. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  25. Scott Johnson: John Somebody. From "Late in the 20th Century". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  26. Raymond Scott: Dinner Music for a Pack of Hungry Cannibals. From "Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights: The Music of Raymond Scott". Columbia CD CK 53028.
  27. Leroy Anderson: The Syncopated Clock. From "The Typewriter: Leroy Anderson Favorites". Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, conductor. RCA Victor Red Seal 09026-68048-2.
  28. William Schuman: Symphony No. 8, conclusion. New York Philharmonic, Thomas Schippers, conductor. Columbia LP MS 6512.
  29. Phil Burk: Squiggle. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL". Frog Peak Music CD FP002.

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A Cheap History of Electronic 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. Medley of TV Western Themes. From "Happy Trails". Telarc CD CD-80191.
  3. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 40B. From "Complete Studies for Player Piano: The Music of Conlon Nancarrow", 1750 Arch Records LP S-1777.
  4. Otto Luening: Fantasy in Space. From "Sounds of New Music". Folkways Records LP FX 6160
  5. Vladimir Ussachevsky: Sonic Contours. From "Sounds of New Music".
  6. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Gesang der Jünglinge. DAT copy of the master tape provided by Alcedo Coenen.
  7. John Cage: Fontana Mix. From "Electronic Music". Turnabout LP TV 34046S.
  8. Alvin Lucier: North American Time Capsule 1967. From "Extended Voices: New Pieces for Chorus and for Voices Altered Electronically by Sound Synthesizers and Vocoder". Odyssey LP 32 16 0155.
  9. Igor Stravinsky: Berceuse from The Firebird. From "The Art of the Theremin". Delos CD DE 1014.
  10. Vladimir Ussachevsky: Suite from "No Exit", part I. New World Records CD 80389-2.
  11. John Cage and Lejaren Hiller: HPSCHD, for harpsichords and compuster-generated sound tapes. Nonesuch LP H-71224.
  12. James Tenney: Blue Suede. From "Selected Works 1961-1969". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1007.
  13. Iannis Xenakis: Concrèt P-H. From "Electro-Acoustic Music". Nonesuch LP H-71246.
  14. Morton Subotnik: Silver Apples of the Moon, for electronic music synthesizer (beginning). Nonesuch LP H-71174.
  15. Eliane Radigue: Kyema: Intermediate States, excerpt. Experimental Intermedia CD XI 103.
  16. Larry Polansky: B'rey'sheet, beginning. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody". Artifact CD ART 1004.
  17. Laurie Spiegel: Cavis Muris, I. From "The Virtuoso in the Computer Age -- III". Centaur CD CRC 2166.
  18. Marc Battier: Harpe Éolienne. From "transparence". BondAge CD BRCD 9595.
  19. Bobby Lombardi: do you love me?. From "Music from SEAMUS volume 5". SEAMUS CD EAM-9601.
  20. Carl Stone: Axis. From "Kamiya Bar". Robi Droli CD NT 6739 2.

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Finland & Phone Calls
  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. Kurt Weill: Surabaya, Johnny, German take. Sung by Dagmar Krause. From "Supply & Demand". Hannibal Records CD HNCD 1317.
  3. Kurt Weill: Surabaya, Johnny, English take. Sung by Dagmar Krause. From "Supply & Demand".
  4. Furious Pig: I Don't Like Your Face. From "Furious Pig". Rough Trade Music LP RTO 64.
  5. Kéchak music recorded in Bali by Robert Kamilli, October 1985. Recording provided by the engineer.
  6. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 40B. From "Complete Studies for Player Piano: The Music of Conlon Nancarrow", 1750 Arch Records LP S-1777.
  7. John Cage: In a Landscape. Stephen Drury, keyboard. From "In a Landscape". Catalyst CD 09026-61980-2.
  8. Kaija Saariaho: Lichtbogen. Avanti Chamber Orchestra, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor. Finlandia CD FACD 374.
  9. Kaija Saariaho: Nymphea. Kronos String Quartet. Ondine CD ODE 804-2.
  10. Kaija Saariaho: Du cristal. Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor. Ondine CD ODE 804-2.
    Finland Mix
  11. Elena <F>irsova: Night. Syrinx Saxophone Quartet. Erasmus Muziek CD WVH164.
  12. Charles <I>ves: Scherzo: Holding Your Own. From "White Man Sleeps". Kronos String Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79163.
  13. Conlon <N>ancarrow: String Quartet, first movement. Kronos String Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79111.
  14. Witold <L>utoslowski: String Quartet, 1964, second movement, excerpt. Kronos String Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79255-2.
  15. John <A>dams: The Chairman Dances, excerpt. From "The Chairman Dances". San Francisco Symphony, Edo deWaart, conductor. Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2 79144.
  16. Octavian <N>emescu: Metabizantinirikon, excerpt. Electrecord CD ELCD 130.
  17. Nick <D>idkovsky: Meat. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL". Frog Peak Music CD FP002.

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The Pretzel Nebula
  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. Henry Kaiser: Let's Drink 100% Healthy Milk and Study Hard!. Metalanguage LP ML-124.
  3. H.U.M. (History of Unheard Music): El Tigre. Harmonic Ranch LP AL-303HR.
  4. H.U.N.: The Lawn Rangers.
  5. Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians. Steve Reich and Musicians. ECM CD 1129-2.
  6. Eldon Rathburn: Schoenberg vs. Gershwin. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.
  7. Eldon Rathburn: Junction. From "Mostly Railroad Music".
    Live Performance in the Studio
  8. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #1
  9. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #2
  10. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #3, "Objects, Ducks I"
  11. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #4, "Objects, Ducks II"
  12. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #5, "Objects, Ducks III"
  13. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #6
  14. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #7, "Seething"
  15. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #8, "Left Hand"
  16. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #9
  17. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #10
  18. Anita Beckmann: Improvisation #11, "Not Exactly Pachelbel's Canon"
    End of Live Performance
  19. Neil B. Rolnick: Ever-Livin' Rhythm. From "ElectriCity". Gordon Gottlieb, percussion. O.O.Discs CD No. 8.
  20. Laurie Spiegel: Passage. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.

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Red Shift Through the Algonquin Hole
  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. Traditional: An Gasúr Mór. Blackwater. From "Altan". Virgin CD 72438 41381 2 7.
  3. Nick Didkovsky: Amalia's Secret. Bang on a Can Festival, "Cheating... Lying... Stealing...". Sony CD SK 62254.
  4. Hermeto Pascoal: Arapua. Bang on a Can Festival.
  5. John Blinn: Notes from the Road. Demo CD provided by the composer.
  6. Lois V. Vierck: Red Shift. Bang on a Can Festival.
  7. Kaija Saariaho: Du cristal, conclusion. Los Angeles Philharmonic, Esa=Pekka Salonen, conductor. Ondine CD ODE-804-2.
  8. Kaija Saariaho: Fall from Maa. Pauliina Ahola, harp. Ondine CD ODE 791-2.
  9. Kaija Saariaho: Près. Anssi Karttunen, cello. Sibila CD SIB-003.
  10. Kaija Saariaho: Stilleben. Multiple artists. Finlandia CD FACD 374.
  11. Dan Weymouth: Rare Events. Michael Lowenstern, bass clarinet. From "Music from SEAMUS 5". SEAMUS CD EAM-9601.
  12. Rhys Chatham: Ramatek. From "Neon". Ntone CD CDS15.
  13. Deep Listening Band: Off the Beaten Tracker. Deep Listening CD DL 3 1995 CD.
  14. Patric Cohen: Drum Machine. From "New Graduate Works... University of Illinois.... Denon Digital UOF1 (custom).
  15. Nicolas Collins: Broken Light, third movement. Soldier String Quartet. Trace Elements CD TE-1019CD.
  16. John Lurie: Bella by Barlight. Kronos String Quartet. From "Winter Was Hard". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79181-2.

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Taming of the Shew & Call-In
  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. Kaija Saariaho: Verblendungen. Avanti Chamber Orchestra, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor. Finlandia CD FACD 374.
  3. Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze. Kronos Quartet. Nonesuch CD E2-79111.
  4. Erik Lyon: Bonko Bonzo, conclusion. Played by the THUMP Duo. From "Thumpmusic". Frog Peak CD FP003.
  5. Eldon Rathburn: The St. Lawrence Tubular Bridge Mazurka Polka. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.
  6. Eldon Rathburn: Stravinsky on the Delta Queen. From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  7. Eldon Rathburn: Honky Tonks (City of Gold). From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  8. Bernard Hermann: Music from "Vertigo". From "Bernard Hermann Films Scores". Milan CD 73138 35643-2.
  9. Todd Levin: Blur, conclusion. From "DeLuxe". Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 647-2.
  10. Carl Stone: Wall Me Do. From "Four Pieces". EAM Discs CD 201.
  11. Anne La Berge: revamper. From "blow". Frog Peak Music CD FP004.
  12. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Bang the Rocks Together. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  13. Pierre Boulez: Improvisation No. 2, "Une dentelle s’abolit". Valarie Lamoree, soprano. Vox Box CD CDX 5144.
  14. Poul Ruders: Gong, conclusion. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179.
  15. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Plasm over ocean, first scene. Dashuki Music Theatre, September 1977. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  16. Marc Battier: Dialogue de sourds. From "transparence". BondAge CD 562011.
  17. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Sonatine in E-flat Minor. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  18. James Tenney: Blue Suede. From "Selected Works 1961-1969". Frog Peak CD FP001.
  19. Adolph Weiss: American Life (scherzoso jazzoso). Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Lawrence Foster, conductor. New World LP NW 228.
  20. Laurie Spiegel: Hurricane’s Eye. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD AE11001-2.
  21. Tom Johnson: Failing: A Very Difficult Piece for String Bass. Robert Black, bass. From "Bang on a Can Festival, Volume 1". CRI CD CD628.
  22. Nicolas Collins: Broken Light, part III. Soldier String Quartet. Trace Elements CD TE-1019CD.

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Circular Screaming
  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: Refrain for 3 Performers. Aloys Kontarsky, Bernhard Kontarsky, Christoph Caskel. Mainstream LP MS/5003.
  3. Hoagy Carmichael: One Morning in May. Song by Mel Tormé. From "American Popular Song". CBS Special Products R031. Original on Tops LP1615.
  4. Allen Dodworth, arr.: The Star Spangled Banner. From "19th-Century American Ballroom Music". Smithsonian Social Orchestra & Quadrille Band, James Weaver, director. Nonesuch LP H-71313.
  5. Harry Partch: And on the Seventh Day, Petals Fell in Petaluma, verses 18-20. CRI LP SD 213.
  6. Harry Partch: The Letter. From "From the Music of Harry Partch". CRI LP SD 193.
  7. Harry Partch: Delusion of the Fury: A Ritual of Dream and Delusion, conclusion. Ensemble conducted by Danlee Mitchell. Columbia LP M2 30576.
  8. Circular Screaming, a through-composed live-mix improvisation, recorded in concert by Malted/Media. Performed by Il Gruppo Nuke Jitters. Including:
    • Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Xirx
    • David Gunn: Fogwaltz, Hand It Over, Baqadroo, two from Joplin Misery, Perplexion, Pia Lobo and Harnowitz
  9. Anton Webern: Symphony, Op. 21, beginning. From "Orchesterstücke". Rundfunk-Sinfonie-Orchester Leipzig, Herbert Kegel, conductor. Berlin Classics CD 0090202BC.
  10. Anton Webern: Six Bagatelles. From "Works for String Quartet". Emerson String Quartet. Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 828-2.
  11. Anton Webern: Ihr tratet zu dem herde. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Aribert Reimann. Deutsche Grammophon CD 431 745-2.
  12. Anton Webern: String Trio, third movement. From "Works for String Quartet".
  13. Anton Webern: 5 Stücke für Orchester, Op. 10. From "Orchesterstücke".
  14. Anton Webern: String Quartet, Op. 28, 2nd movement. From "Works for String Quartet".
  15. Anton Webern: Slow Movement for String Quartet, beginning. From "Works for String Quartet".
  16. Anton Webern: Symphony, Op. 21, conclusion. From "Orchesterstücke".

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Silent Stupid Questions
  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. Lou Harrison: Philemon and Baukis. Musicians of the Gamelan Si Betty. From "Lou Harrison: Gamelan Music". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS513382K.
  3. Marco Antonio Guimarães: Alua. From "Mapa". Performed by Uakti. Point/Philips CD 432 965-2.
  4. Octavian Nemescu: Sonatu(h)r for magnetic tape. Electrecord CD ELCD 130.
  5. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: S’londro. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  6. Robert Constable: Crackhead. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Tom Hamilton: Third Rail Jumper. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Bill Gilliam: No Zone Flying, Part V. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Anne La Berge: suboption. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Keith Moore: VENT. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Harry Partch: Eight Hitchhiker . Arranged by Ben Johnston. Kronos Quartet, Ben Johnston, voice. Nonesuch CD 79372-2.
    Holst-Sibelius birth-death day duet mix
  12. Gustav Holst: Saturn, the Bringer of Old Age. From "The Planets". Berlin Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan, director. Deutsche Grammophon CD 439 011-2.
  13. Jean Sibelius: The Swan of Tuonela. Olso Philharmonic Orchestra, Mariss Jansons, conductor. EMI Classics CD [BMG] D164477.
    End of mix. Cute, eh?
  14. Henry Cowell: Homage to Iran, I. From "Classic Ultra-Modernist". Performed by Continuum. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS513756Z.
  15. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Gardens. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  16. Geert van Keulen: Kwartet. Syrinx Saxophone Quartet. Erasmus Muziek CD WVH164.

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