Saturday, December 4, 2010

Martian Gardens for 12/05/2010

WMUA FM 91.1
Amherst, Mass. 01003
live webcast

Sundays 21:00--24:00 EST
Host: Max Shea
online playlists: Martian Gardens blog

Program for December 5, 2010

Ingrid Drese: Horloge à feu
a. Source(Intérieur/Points)
b. Danse 1
c. Ligne/Points
d. Point
e. Envol 1
f. Danse 2
g. Envol 2
h. Étirement/Extérieur

empreintes DIGITALes/2010
realized at GMEM, Marseille, and Métamorphoses d'Orphée, Ohain, Belgium

David First: The Softening Door (excerpt)
Privacy Issues (droneworks 1996-2009)
XI Records/2010
computer, Yamaha PC 1600 MIDI controller: D. First

Natasha Barrett: from Microclimates III-VI
a. Waterfall (Microclimate V)
b. Remote Gale (Microclimate VI)

Bouteilles de Klein
empreintes DIGITALes/2010
environmental sound sources recorded in Western Norway

Alvin Curran: Canti Illuminati I (excerpt)
Solo Works -- The '70s
New World Records/2010
recorded in Rome, 1974

Daniel Koppelman: Quintuple Escapement (I-IV) (W. Kleinsasser)
Everglade Records/2008
computer and MIDI controller: D. Koppelman; recorded at Ball State University's Center for Music Engineering Technology, Muncie, Indiana

Derek Bermel: Theme and Absurdities
Soul Garden -- Chamber Works
clarinet: D. Bermel; recorded at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, NYC, 2001

Anthony De Mare: Fetch (D. Bermel)
Speak! The Speaking-Singing Pianist
Innova Recordings/2010
piano, voice: A. De Mare; text: Will Eno; recorded at Rolston Recital Hall, Banff Centre, Alberta, November, 2008

John Cage: Art and Overpopulation/Royanji (excerpt)
From Zero (DVD)
Mode Records/2004 (orig. 1995)
lecture delivered by John Cage at Stanford University, January, 1992; Royanji -- soprano: Isabelle Ganz; percussion: Michael Pugliese

John Cage: Indeterminacy # 76
(concerning Henry Cowell's Oriental music class)

Smithsonian Folkways/1992 (orig. 1959)
voice, text, music: J. Cage; piano, electronics: David Tudor; recorded by Mel Kaiser

The New Music Consort: Pulse (H. Cowell)
New World Records/1990
Joseph Grable, Kory Grossman, Michael Pugliese, Mark Rendon, William Trigg, Terri Weber: Percussion, conductor: Claire Heldrich; recorded at Studio A, BMG Studios, NYC

Carlos Chávez: Xochipilli, An Imaginary Aztec Music (I-III)
Complete Chamber Works, Volume 3
Cambria Music/2005
peformed by the Southwest Chamber Music and Tambuco Percussion Ensemble, director: Jeff von der Schmidt; recorded at Herbert Zipper Concert Hall, Colburn School of Performing Arts, Los Angeles, 10/24/04

Harry Partch: from Water! Water! -- An Intermission with Prologues and Epilogues
a. We Really Love Each Other: In 43 Whines to the Octave (Alderman, Ladies' Auxiliary, Jazzmen, Witches)
b. Water Criers. The baseball game is called on account of Rain!
c. To Hell With the Game! Rain! Rain! The Highest Goodness is Like Water (Whole Ensemble)

The Harry Partch Collection, Volume 3
New World Records/2004 (orig. 1997)
recorded at University of Illinois, 1962, performed by the Gate 5 Ensemble, directed by John Garvey

Olivier Messiaen: Amen des étoiles, de la planète a l'anneau
(Amen of the Stars and the Ringed Planet)
Visions de l'Amen
Bridge Records/2010
piano I: Marilyn Nonken; piano II: Sarah Rothenberg; recorded at Strude Hall, Shepherd School of Music, Rice University, Houston, Texas, May, 2009

Jin Hi Kim/Gerry Hemingway: Saturn's Ring
Auricle Records/2010
komungo, electric komungo: JHK; percussion: G. Hemingway; recorded in Shutesbury, Massachusetts, 8/18/09

Muhal Richard Abrams/Roscoe Mitchell: Non-Cognitive I
(from Non-Cognitive Aspects of the City)
Mutable Music/2010
baritone: Thomas Buckner; poem: Joseph Jarman; Janáček Philharmonic, conductor: Petr Kotik; recorded at Philharmonic Hall, Ostrava, Czech Republic

Petr Kotik: In completing what loving was needing
Many Many Women
Dog w/a Bone/2000
S.E.M. Ensemble, director: P. Kotik, text: Gertrude Stein; recorded at Vanguard Studio, 3/17/80

Phil Kline:
a. Northport
b. Gloria

John the Revelator -- A Mass for Six Voices
Cantaloupe Music/2008
preformed by ETHEL and Lionheart; recorded at the Church of Saint Luke in the Fields, Greenwich Village, August, 2007; a. text: John Cennick, 1743, music: R.R. Osbourne, 1850; b. trad.

Ingram Marshall: Low Dutch(from Harmonic Delays)
Kingdom Come
Nonesuch Records/2001
Theatre of Voices, directed by Paul Hillier; music: Bay Psalm Book of 1698, text: Psalm 23; recorded at the United Church, Warren Village, Vermont, October, 2000

Philip Glass/Robert Wilson: Knee 4
Einstein on the Beach
Nonesuch Records/1993
violin: Gregory Fulkerson; Philip Glass Ensemble, conductor: Michael Riesman

Luciano Berio: Naturale
ECM Records/2002
viola: Kim Kashkashian; Radio Symphony Orchestra Vienna, conductor: Dennis Russell Davies; recorded at Teldec Studio, Berlin, May, 2000