Friday, September 13, 2013

Martian Gardens for September 15-16, 2013


Sundays live broadcast/webcast
21:00--24:00 EDT
WMUA 91.1 FM
Amherst, Massachusetts
September 15, 2013

webcast: Mondays 9:00 -- Noon EDT
September 16, 2013 Host: Max Shea
online playlists: Martian Gardens blog

(Final update: 23:46 on 9/15/13)


Christian Wolff: Tilbury 3
Tilbury (complete)/Snowdrop
Mode Records/1999
viola: Dimitrios Polisoidis; piano: Hildegard Kleeb; recorded at Sender Freies Berlin, May 1996; composition year: 1969; time: 5:33

Stephen Whittington: Music for Airport Furniture (1st 1/2)
Music for Airport Furniture
Cold Blue Music/2013
Zephyr Quartet (violins: Belinda Gehlert, Emily Tulloch; viola: Jason Thomas; cello: Hilary Kleinig); recorded at Elder Conservatorium of Music, Adelaide, Australia, winter 2013; composition year: 2011; excerpt time: 11:00

Morton Feldman: On Time and the Instrumental Factor
Mode Records/2011
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester, conductor: Brad Lubman; recorded at Great Hall, Haus es Rundfunks, Berlin, January 2009; composition year: 1969; time: 8:23

J.C. Combs: Apparition 
piano, processing: J.C. Combs; recorded at the composer's studio, Seattle, 2013; time: 5:36

Arvo Pärt: Beatus Petronius
Adam's Lament
ECM Records/2012
(for two choirs, eight woodwinds, tubular bells, and string orchestra); Latvian Radio Choir and Sinfonietta Riga, conductor: Tõnu Kaljuste; recorded at Niguliste Church, Tallinn, Estonia, November 2011; composition year: 1990/2011; time: 5:16

Leo Kupper: Paroles sur Langue
Digital Voices
Pogus Productions/2012
bass baritone: Nicholas Isherwood; electronics, processing: Leo Kupper; recorded at Studio de Recherches, Brussels, 2011; composition year: 2006; time: 8:06

Mary Simoni: Doxology
Alternating Currents [various artists]
Electronic Music from the University of Michigan 
Centaur Records/2000
electronic music, processing: Mary Simoni; recorded at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1998; time: 4:17

David First: Thought You Said Sherbet
The Alternative Schubertiade [various artists]
Homages, Deconstructions, and Reinventions in 
celebration of the 200th birthday of Franz Schubert, 1997
sampler, Csound, software synthesizer, electric guitar, computer: David First; recorded in New York City; composition year: 1997; time: 9:02

Robert Normandeau: Figures de rhétorique
empreintes DIGITALes/1999
piano: Jacques Drouin; electroacoustic music: Robert Normandeau; tape sounds recorded at GRM, Paris and Queen's University, Belfast, and at the composer's studio, Montreal, 1997; commissioned by Jacques Drouin; premiered at Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur, Montreal, May 23, 1998; composition years: 1994/1997; time: 13:37

Andrew Young: inside/pinkone/outside/pinktwo
electronic music, MAX/msp: Andrew Young; recorded at the composer's studio, Kingstown, Rhode Island, February 2013

Robert Scott Thompson: Elegies and Epiphanies
Visitation (Out of the Vivid Air)
Aucourant Records/2012
electroacoustic music: RST; recorded at the composer's studio in Roswell, Georgia, composition year: 2012; time: 12:10

Stanislav Kreitchi: Confession
Electroshock Records/2000
ANS synthesizer: Stanislave Kreitchi; recorded in Moscow; time: 6:42

Alvin Curran: Shin Far Shofar 2
Shofar Rags
Tzadik Records/2013
shofar, sampler, electronics: Alvin Curran; recorded in Rome, Italy, 2008 for the Alef Bet Sound Project (Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco); time: 10:18

Anne LeBaron: Reconstruction (from Transfiguration)
Pope Joan/Transfiguration
New World Records/2007
soprano: Lucy Shelton; flute: Camilla Hoitenga; harp: June Han; percussion: William Trigg; text: Djuna Barnes; conductor: Rand Steiger; recorded at the Recital Hall of the Performing Arts Center, SUNY, Purchase, May 13, 2006; composition year: 2003; time: 11:53

Dorothy Hindman: Fin de Cycle
Tapping the Furnace
Innova Recordings/2013
(for piano and digital media); piano: Laura Gordy; composition year: 1997; time: 8:18

Charles Norman Mason: Amalgam I
Music from SEAMUS volume 2 [various artists]
(for oboe and computer-generated tape); oboe: David Weber; composition year: 1988; time: 8:39

George Perle: String Quartet No. 5
I. (half note = 92.96) 6:39
II. (quarter note = 132) 2:08
III. (quarter note = 80) 5:37*
String Quartets 2, 5 & 8, Molto Adagio
Bridge Records/2013
Daedalus Quartet (violins: Min-Young Kim, Matilda Kaul; viola: Jessica Thompson; cello: Thomas Kraines); recorded at the DiMenna Center, New York City, September 2012; composition year: 1960; total time: 14:24
 *TAINT Radio version only

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