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Martian Gardens, October 7, 2016

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Valley Free Radio
Northampton, Mass.
Fridays Noon -- 2:00 p.m. EDT
Webcast date: October 7, 2016

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Webcast date: October 7, 2016

North Adams, Mass.
Thursdays 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. EDT

Podcast: Download at your convenience!
Latest upload: October 6, 2016
Length: Two hours

hour one

Lee Noyes & J.C. Combs: Girl in the Wave
Confessions of a Deviant Machine
Con-V Edition/2011
percussion, prepared piano, electronics, processing: Lee Noyes; electronics, piano, processing: J.C. Combs; recorded in Dunedin, Arizona, and Seattle, Washington, 2009-2011; time: 3:16

Philip Perkins: Egg3
It Gets the Corners
Fun Music/2016
electroacoustic music; composition years: 2014-2016; time: 1:31

Philip Corner: At Cambridge, MA
Metal Meditations
Alga Marghen/1997
percussion, objects, noises: Philip Corner; recorded at the Avant Garde Festival, Cambridge, Massachusetts,  May 20, 1978; time 4:23

Adrian Moore: Junky
empreintes DIGITALes/2000
electroacoustic music on stereo tape; realized at the Electroacoustic Music Studios of the University of Birmingham, UK, April - June, 1996; premiered at Darlington International Summer School, 1996; time: 12:13

Josef Tal: Piano Concerto No. 6
Israeli Electroacoustic Music (various artists)
(for piano and electronic sounds); piano: Jonathan Zak; recorded at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; produced by Robin Julian Heifetz; composition year: 1962; time: 14:11

Mario Davidovsky: Synchronism No. 6
(for piano and electronic sounds) piano: Chen-Hui Jen; recorded at the FIU Music Hall, Florida International University, Miami, February 20, 2014; composition year: 1970; time: 7:14

Orlando Jacinto Garcia: El sonido dulce de tu voz
Exchange Latin America (various artists)
The Florida International University Concert Choir, conductor: John Augenblick; recorded at the Wertheim Performing Arts Center, Miami, March 9, 1999; composition year: 1991; time: 6:45

Philip Blackburn: Habanera, part 11 (excerpt)
Habanera -- A Sound Walk Through Old Havana
Innova Recordings/2004
field recordings: Philip Blackburn; excerpt time: 0:46

hour two

Tania León: Horizon
Singin' Sepia
Bridge Records/2008
NDR Sinfonie Orchester; conductor: Peter Ruzicka; recorded in Hamburg, Germany, July 2, 1999; composition year: 1999; time: 8:56

David Mahler:
selections from Day Creek Piano Music and The Teams Are Waiting in the Field
a. Chorale (Godspeed the Plough!, verse 2) (0:25)
b. Cascades (Day Creek Piano Music V) (14:35)
Only Music Can Save Me Now
New World Records/2010
voices: Julie Hanify; David Mahler, Nurit Tilles; piano: Nurit Tilles; chorale excerpted from "Songs and Ballads for People, VIII. God Speed the Plough!," Rev. John Mason Neale, published 1843, arr. David Mahler; Day Creek Piano Music, composition year: 1995; total time: 15:00

Iannis Xenakis: Mélanges (Pléïades movement I)
Percussion Works
Mode Records/2006
percussion: red fish blue fish -- Gustavo Aguillar, Rob Esler, Ross Karre, Don Nichols, Morris Palter, Lisa Tolentino, director: Steven Schick; recorded at Warren Studios, University of California, San Diego; composition year: 1978; time: 8:52

Henry Brant: October 10, 1780, The Great Hurricane
The Henry Brant Collection, Vol. 5 -- Autumn Hurricanes
Innova Recordings/2007
from Autumn Hurricanes: A special cantata for widely separated vocal and instrumental groups performed by musicians and vocalists of Stetson University, chief conductor: Henry Brant; performed at Stetson University, Deland, Florida, April 26, 1986; composition year: 1986; time: 7:28

Luigi Nono: Lemuria (after Ovid)
from Gua si gelidi mostri (Woe betide cold monsters)
Luigi Nono 3
(for flute, clarinet, tuba, two contralto voices, viola, cello, double bass, and live electronic processing); directors: Roberto Cecconi, Luigi Nono; recorded at the West German Radio Studios, Cologne, October 23, 1983; text: Massimo Cacciari; inspired by the works of Emilio Vedova, Ovid, Ezra Pound, Nietzsche, Rainer Rilke, Gottfried Benn,Carlo Michelstaedter, Lucretius, and Franz Rosenzweig; composition year: 1983; excerpt time: 8:01

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

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