Friday, August 30, 2013

Martian Gardens for September 1-2, 2013


Sundays live broadcast/webcast
21:00--24:00 EDT
WMUA 91.1 FM
Amherst, Massachusetts
September 1, 2013

webcast: Mondays 9:00 -- Noon EDT
September 2, 2013 Host: Max Shea
online playlists: Martian Gardens blog



Heiner Goebbels: Stein texts --
a. Different Nations (2:05)
b. On the Radio (1:54)
c. Just Like That (1:52)
d. In the 19th Century (2:50)
e. The Sirens (2:17)
Landschaft mit Entfernten Verwandten*
ECM Records/2007
Ensemble Modern and Deutscher Kammerchor, conductor: Franck Ollu; texts: Gertrude Stein, "Wars I Have Seen" (1945); recorded at  Théâtre Nanterre-Amandiers, Nanterre, Paris, October 2004; composition year: 2002; total excerpts time: 11:00
*Landscape with Distant Relatives

John Cage: Living Room Music
a. To Begin (1:06)
b. Story (2:25)
c. Melody (3:10)
d. End (1:23)
The Works for Percussion 2
Mode Records/2012
Third Coast Percussion (percussion, voices: Owen Clayton Condon, Robert Dilllon, Peter Martin, David Skidmore); text: Gertrude Stein, "The World is Round" (1939); recorded at the Ruth Ford House, Aurora, Illinois, June 29, 2011; composition year: 1940; total time: 8:04

Ingram Marshall: September Canons
September Canons
New World Records/2009
violin, electronic processing: Todd Reynolds; composition year: 2002; time: 13:19

Todd Reynolds: The End of an Orange (P. Matthusen)
Innova Recordings/2011
composer: Paula Matthusen; violin, voice, live electronics: Todd Reynolds; text: Abi Basch; composition years: 2009-2010; time: 7:25

Jim Fox: Black Water (1st 1/2)
Black Water
Cold Blue Music/2013
(for three pianos) pianos: Bryan Pezzone; recorded at Architecture studios, Los Angeles, July 2006; composition year: 1984; excerpt time: 9:03

Phil Winsor: Il Passaggio Spaziale 
CDCM Computer Music Series Volume 27 [various artists]
Music from CEMI: Center for Experimental Music and Intermedia
University of North Texas, Denton
Centaur Records/1998
(for piano and tape); piano: Adam Wodnicki; recorded at the Merrill Ellis Intermedia Theater and CEMI, Denton, Texas, November 1997; composition year: 1991; time: 8:00

Barney Childs: Take 5
A Music; that it might be...
New World Records/2002
(for flute prerecorded clarinet, bass clarinet, saxophone, and bassoon); woodwinds: Philip Rehfeldt; recorded at the University of Redlands, Redlands, California, 1999; composition year: 1962; time: 3:44

William Price: Let Freedom Ring
Electroacoustic Works by William Price 
computer music created at the Electroacoustic Music Studios, Louisiana State University; time: 4:32

Trevor Wishart: American Tryptych
Voice Prints
(samples include voices of Martin Luther King, Neil Armstrong, and Elvis Presley); realized at Groupe de Recherches Musicales, Paris; premiered on the GRM Cycles Acousmatique concert series, Salle Olivier Messiaen, Radio France, Paris, January 8, 2000; composition year: 1999; time: 15:11

Marco Oppedisano: Karmicon
voice: Kimberly Fiedelman; electric guitar, processing: Marco Oppedisano; composition year: 2005; time: 9:22

Paul Burnell: Train of Thought
Cabbage Heads
glockenspiel, bells, synth piano and strings, voice, text: Paul Burnell; recorded in London, 2013; time: 6:32

Paul Burnell: Orange Juice
Deep Wireless 4 -- Radio Art Compilation [various artists]
New Adventures In Sound Art/2007
electronics, samples, voice; Paul Burnell; time: 1:02

Philip Schuessler: Peptide Hallucination
60 x 60 - 2003 (various artists)
Capstone Records/2004
electroacoustic music: Philip Schuessler; time: 1:00  

Dr. Ox: GFP-Fusion
Dr. Ox
Cycling '74/2008
cello: Tanja Orning; computer: Natasha Barrett; recorded at NoTAM, Oslo, December 2008; time: 5:15

Steven Naylor: The Thermal Properties of Concrete
Lieux Imaginaires
empreintes DIGITALes/2012
electroacoustic music realized at the University of Birmingham Electroacoustic Music Studios, UK, and the composer's studio, Nova Scotia; premiered at the Invisible Art concert series produced by BEAST, CBSO Centre, Birmingham, UK, March 7, 2007; composition year: 2006; time: 27:03

John Cage: Variations II with Lecture on Nothing
Variations I-III; Lecture on Nothing
Mode Records/2003
Motion Ensemble (prepared and amplified violin: Nadia Francavilla; percussion: D'Arcy Philip Gray; prepared and amplified double bass: Andrew R. Miller; voice: Helen Pridmore) recorded at The Black Box Theatre, Saint Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, November 19, 2000; composition years: Variations II (1961), Lecture on Nothing (1959); time: 29:48

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