Sunday, March 2, 2014

Martian Gardens for March 2 & 5, 2014

Sundays live broadcast/webcast
9:00 p.m. -- 12:00 a.m. EST
WMUA 91.1 FM
Amherst, Massachusetts
March 2, 2014

webcast: Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. -- 9:00 p.m. EST
Webcast date: March 5, 2014
Host: Max Shea

online playlists: Martian Gardens blog


(updated March 2, 2014 @ 10:15 p.m.)


Heiner Goebbels: In the Country of Last Things
Surrogate Cities
ECM Records/2000
(for vocals and orchestra) vocals: Jocelyn B. Smith ; narrator: David Moss; text: Paul Auster (Le Voyage D'Anna Blume); Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, conductor: Peter Rundel; recorded at Bayerischer Rundfunk, Munich, 1996; composition year: 1994; time: 5:14

Meehan/Perkins Duo & The Baylor Percussion Group: Auto Accident
Restless, Endless, Tactless
Johanna Beyer and the Birth of American Percussion Music
New World Records/2011
composer: Harold Davidson; recorded at Jones Concert Hall, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, December 14, 2009; composition year: 1935; time: 3:14

Amy Knoles: Bird Scream
sampler, guitar, voice, bird recordings: Amy Knoles; text: Michael Tobias; recorded at Echograph and World Tree Studios, Los Angeles; time: 1:39

Amy Denio: Lunar Nerve
Prodigal Light
Spoot Music/2013
clarinet, flute, piano, voice, story-telling: Amy Denio; flute, voice, story-telling: Scott Adams; recorded in Seattle, 2013; time: 5:12

Jean Derome/Malcolm Goldstein/Rainer Wiens: Bamboche
6 Improvisations
Ambiances Magnétiques/2013
alto saxophone, objects, flute: Jean Derome; violin: Malcolm Goldstein; prepared electric guitar, kalimba: Rianer Wiens; recorded at Studio 270, Montreal, April 12, 2013; time: 12:14

Tim Hodgkinson: Ici-bas
Mode Records/2014
(for ensemble and electronic sound) Hyperion Ensemble with members of Talea and the Bergersen Quartet, conductor: Tim Hodgkinson; recorded at the SPECTRUM XXI Festival, The Warehouse, London, October 15, 2009; composition year: 2009; time: 18:06


Chaya Czernowin: Afatsim
Mode Records/1999
(for nonet) SONOR ensemble (bass flute: John Fonville; oboe: Susan Barrett; clarinet: Robert Zelickman; piano: Ivan Raykoff; percussion: Steven Schick; violin: Négyesy János; viola: Päivikki Nykter; cello: Hugh Livingston; double bass: Bert Turetzky; conductor: Harvey Sollberger); recorded at the University of California San Diego; composition year: 1996; time: 9:36

George Crumb: Mundus Canis (A Dog's World)
Five Humoresques for Guitar and Percussion
a. Tammy: Elegantly, somewhat freely (2:45)
b. Fritzi: Furioso (1:13)
c. Heidel: Languido, un poco misterioso (2:37)
d. Emma-Jean: Coquettish, poco animato, grazioso (1:31)
e. Yoda:  Prestissimo possible (1:32)
70th Birthday Album
Bridge Records/1999
guitar: David Starobin; percussion: George Crumb; recorded at the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York City, 1998; composition year: 1998; total time: 9:41

Arthur Levering: Il Mare Dentro
Parallel Universe
New World Records/2014
Boston Modern Orchestra Project, conductor: Gil Rose; recorded at Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Massachusetts, September 22, 2008; composition year: 2008; time: 9:15

Evan Ziporyn: Frog's Eye
Frog's Eye
Cantaloupe Music/2006
Boston Modern Orchestra Project, conductor: Gil Rose; recorded at Jordan Hall, Boston, May 24, 2004; composition year: 2002; time: 12:47

Concert Imaginaire: World Circus News
Fortune's Wheel
Fin Records/2014
electric guitar: David Hahn; electric bass, upright bass: Nick David; violin, electric violin: Ruthie Dornfeld; drums, percussion: Becca Baggenstoss, keyboards, tambura, percussion; recorded at Jupiter Studios, Seattle, March 2012; time: 4:28

Depeche Mode: Pipeline
Construction Time Again
Mute Records/1983
lead vocal: Martin Gore; Andrew Fletcher, David Gahan, Alan Wilder, Martin Gore: electronics, vocals; lyrics: Martin Gore; recorded at the Garden, London, and Hansa Mischraum, Berlin; time: 6:00

TAINT Radio and WMUA automation versions only
Updated March 3, 2014

David Berezan: Galungan
Allusions sonores
empreintes DIGITALes/2013
electroacoustic music realized at the Electroacoustic Studios of the University of Manchester, UK, premiered at the festival Ai-maako at the Teatro Municipal Lord Cochrane in Valdivia, Chile, October 8, 2010; time: 10:24

Robert Morris/David Mott: Rapport (excerpt disc 1, section 1)
Open Space/2011
synthesizer: Robert Morris; tape delay system; David Mott; recorded at the Yale Electronic Music Studios, November 18, 1973; excerpt time: 11:45

Chris Campbell: Torso of a Bodhisattva
Things You Already Know
Innova Recordings/2014
(for strings and percussion, musicians unspecified) recorded in Minneapolis, 2013; time: 8:53

Sarah Peebles: White Powder/The Spiders
Insect Groove
Cycling '74/2002
spoken word, story: David Toop; computer music: Sarah Peebles; time: 6:15

Laurie Anderson: Another Day in America
vocals, percussion, violin, keyboards, essay: Laurie Anderson; viola: Eyvind Kang; percussion, drums: Ben Wittman; bass: Skúli Sverrisson; background vocals: Antony; recorded in New York City, 2010; time: 11:24

Evan Parker Electro-Acoustic Ensemble: Incandescent Clouds
The Moment's Energy 
(large ensemble and live electronics) soprano saxophone: Evan Parker; trumpet, piccolo trumpet: Peter Ivans; Ko Ishikawa: shō; clarinets, shakuhachi: Ned Rothenberg; violin, live electronics: Philipp Wachsmann; piano, prepared piano: Agustí Fernández; double bass: Barry Guy; percussion, live electronics: Paul Lytton; signal processing instrument; Lawrence Casserly; sample, signal processing: Joel Ryan; computer processing: Walter Prati; live electronics: Richard Barrett, Paul Obermayer; sound projection: Marco Vecchi; recorded at Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield, UK, November 2009; time: 5:05

Ramin Amir Arjomand: Untitled
Go. Go. Go (various artists)
Music from the Computer Music Center, Columbia University 
Columbia University/2000
computer music: Ramin Amir Arjomand; time: 2:10

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