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Fall 1995



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The Death of Torquemada
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Todd Levin: Everyday, New Improved Remix. From "DeLuxe". London Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller. DGG CD 445 847-2.
  3. David Gunn: Grand Eccentric March of the Repelicans. Midi performance. Recording provided by the composer.
  4. Krzystof Penderecki: St. Luke Passion (excerpt). Cracow Philharmonia, Henryk Czyz. Philips LP PHS2-901.
  5. Albert Ayler: Holy Ghost. From "Albert Ayler:Lorrach/Paris 1966", hat LP MUSICS 3500.
  6. Soeur Sourire: Dominque. From "The Singing Nun", Philips LP PCC 203.
  7. Monty Python: The Spanish Inquisition. From "Another Monty Python Record", Charisma LP CAS-1049.
  8. Rip Keller: La Araucana, incidental music. CBS Records Chile Ltda. cassette KINZ-1537.
  9. Fred Frith: The Boy Beats the Rams. From "Gravity", Ralph Records LP 8057-L.
  10. Rip Keller: Live performance of improvisations for voice and piano. Engineered by Stu Bautz.
  11. Alfred Schnittke: Moz-Art à la Haydn. Gidon Kremer, violin; Chamber Orchestra of Europe. DGG CD 429 413-2.
  12. Carl Stalling: Zoom and Bored. From "Carl Stalling Project, Volume 2", Warner Bros. CD 9 45430-2.
  13. Jean Piché: Steal the Thunder. Beverly Johnston, percussion. Centrediscs CD CMC-CDS1.

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McGuffy's Reader Lives!
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Joseph Kosma: Les Feuilles Mortes. Sung by Ute Lemper. From "Illusions" London CD 436 720-2.
  3. John Coltrane: A Love Supreme, Part 1: Acknowledgement. MCA Impulse! CD MCAD-5660.
  4. Nugetre: Heartbreaker. Sung by Ray Charles. "The Birth of Soul, Vol. 1, 1952-1954". Atlantic CD 7 82310-2.
  5. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Specimen. Performed by the Dashuki Music Theatre, November, 1975. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  6. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Momente. Martina Arroyo, Symphony Orchestra of Radio Cologne, conducted by Stockhausen. Nonesuch LP H-71157.
  7. David Gunn: McGuffy's Diner. Performed by the Lobotomie Percussion Ensemble, November, 1975. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  8. John Giorno: I Don't Need It, I Don't Want It, and You Cheated Me Out of It From "You're the Guy I Want to Share My Money With", Giorno Poetry Systems LP GPS 020-021.
  9. Albert Mangelsdorf: Wart G'schwind. From "Hamburger Idylle". P.A.U.S.A. Records LP 7091.
  10. Mathias Rüegg: Chi-Ni-Pref-Sta. Vienna Art Choir. From "From No Art to Mo-(z)-Art", Moers Music LP 2002.
  11. George Crumb: Black Angels: Departure. Kronos String Quartet. Elektra Nonesuch CD E2-79242.
  12. William Bolcom: Orphée-Sérénade. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. From "Points of Departure", DGG CD 435 389-2.
  13. Witold Lutoslawski: Novelette. BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Lutoslawski. DGG CD 431 664-2.
  14. Darius Milhaud: La Création du Monde. Opera de Lyon, Kent Nagano. Musifrance CD 2292-45820-2.
  15. Roy Rogers: Happy Trails. From "Happy Trails". Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, Erik Kunzel. Telarc CD 80191.

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Music for Golf
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. La Billirubina. From "Caribbean Sunset". Caribbean Orchestra, Juan Guerra. LaserLight CD IS-482.
  3. David Gunn: Buddy Rich. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  4. Béla Bártok: String Quartet No. 4, last movement. Emerson String Quartet. DGG CD 423 657-2.
  5. Stillman-Allen: Chances Are. Sung by Johnny Mathis. From "Slow Dancing", Warner Special Products CD OPCD-4530.
  6. Virgil Thompson: Suite from The River, first movement: The Old South. Symphony of the Air conducted by Leopold Stokowski. Vanguard Everyman cassette CSRV 385.
  7. Larry Polansky: Four Voice Canon #4. William Winant, marimba. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody", Artifact CD ART 1004.
    The following recordings of music by Arpad Elo were provided by the composer:
  8. Arpad Elo: Concerto for Snare Drum. Morris Schreiber, snare drum; Highland Park Philharmonic conducted by David Geppert. Recorded in 1947.
  9. Arpad Elo: Three Songs on Poems by Langston Hughes. Ellalou Dimmock, voice; Kathryn Lemmel, piano. Recorded in 1984.
  10. Arpad Elo: Psalm 150. Chorus of the Church of the Redeemer, Chicago, conducted by James Dwight Johnson. Recorded in 1967.
  11. Arpad Elo: Sonatina #9 in G minor for Clarinet and Piano. Cajsa J. Elo, clarinet; Norma Bennett, piano. Recorded in 1965.
  12. Arpad Elo: Battle Creek March. Chicago Park District Band conducted by Henry M. Salita. Recorded in 1972.
  13. Arpad Elo: Finale from Serenade "Die Violoncelloerwartung". Ted Baumgold and Joan Miller, violins; Marjorie McDonald, viola. Recorded in 1975.
  14. Arpad Elo: Song of Fulfillment (Hortensia the Well Diggerís Daughter). Ellalou Dimmock, voice; Arpad Elo, Jr., basset horn; Violet Giller, piano. Recorded in 1980.
  15. Arpad Elo: Nocturne. Arpad Elo, Jr., clarinet; Mary Blanchard Elo, viola; Anita Gordon, piano. Recorded in 1995.
  16. Charles Dodge: Earthís Magnetic Field (excerpt). Nonesuch LP H-71250.
  17. Jimmy Nelsonís Instant Ventriloquism. Juro Novelty Company Celebrity Records LP CR 101.
  18. Jacques Bailhé: The Dragon in Love from The Dragonís Dream. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  19. Raymond Scott: Powerhouse. From "The Music of Raymond Scott". Columbia CD CK 53028.
  20. Mauricio Kagel: Transición II for piano, percussion and two magnetic tapes. David Tudor, piano; Christoph Casrel, percussion. Mainstream LP MS/5003.
  21. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Lithuanian Liniment March. Vermont Composers Festival Wind Ensemble conducted by the composer, 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.

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Film & Fox
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Bernard Hermann: Psycho: A Narrative for Orchestra. Unidentified orchestra, Bernard Hermann, conductor. Decca LP SPC 21151.
  3. Chucklehead: Humdinger, excerpt. From "Big Wet Kiss". enuffa my butt Records CD emb cd-1000.
  4. Nino Rota: Music from "Satyricon". David Amram Quintet. From "Amarcord Nino Rota". Hannibal Records CD HNCD 9301.
  5. David Buchbinder, arr.: Cooking Bulgar(s). Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band. From "Agada: Tales From Our Ancestors". Dorian CD DIS-80120.
  6. Carl Stalling: Variations on Mexican Hat Dance (from the cartoon "Speedy Gonzales"). From "The Carl Stalling Project, Volume 2". Warner Bros. CD 9 45430-2.
    All Midi performances of Jacques Bailhé's music were provided by the composer:
  7. Jacques Bailhé: Dragon's Dream
  8. Jacques Bailhé: Under My Bed
  9. Jacques Bailhé: Can a Dragon Love?
  10. Jacques Bailhé: Mike's Seersucker
  11. Jacques Bailhé: Shiva Inflagrante
  12. Jacques Bailhé: The Dragon's Promise
  13. Daniel Steven Crafts: Soap Opera Suite. Lutra Recordings LP (unnumbered), 1982.
  14. Bernard Hermann: "Jason and the Argonauts". Unidentified orchestra, Bernard Hermann, conductor. Decca LP SPC 21151.
  15. Nino Rota: Music from "8 1/2". Carla Bley Band. From "Amarcord Nino Rota". Hannibal Records CD HNCD 9301.
  16. Vladimir Ussachevsky: Suite from "No Exit", Part One. New World Records CD 80389-2.
  17. Kurt Weill: Sloth from The Seven Deadly Sins. Julia Migenes, London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. CBS CD MK 44529.
  18. Luciano Bero: Visage (used in the film "La Prisonnière"). Kathy Beberian, voice. From "The Female Prisoner", Columbia LP OS 3320.
  19. Samuel Barber: Adagio for Strings (used in the film "Platoon"). Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Lukas Foss, conductor. Pro Arte CD CDD-102.
  20. Philip Glass: The Photographer, Act I, A Gentleman's Honor. Michael Riesman, conductor. CBS LP FM 37849.
  21. Leonard Bernstein: Overture to "West Side Story". Columbia CD CK 32603.
  22. Carl Stalling: Barbary Coast Bunny. From "The Carl Stalling Project Volume 2".
  23. György Ligeti: Aventures. Ensemble "Die Reihe". Candide LP CE 31009.
  24. Amiri Baraka: Class Struggle in Music 2. From "New Music - New Poetry". David Murray, Steve McCall, Amiri Baraka. India Navigation LP IN-1048.
  25. Dmitri Shostakovich: Polka from The Age of Gold. London Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon, conductor. RCA Victrola LP VICS-1184.

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A Show of Boredom
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Peter Gordon: Siberia. Love of Life Orchestra. From "Antarctica: New Music from Antarctica, Volume 1". Antarctica LP ACR-6201.
  3. Jill Kroesen: I'm Sorry I'm Such a Weenie. From "Antarctica..."
  4. George Todd: Wordscapes. From"Music from SEAMUS volume 2", SEAMUS CD EAM-9401.
  5. Larry Polansky: Four Voice Canon No. 5. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody". Artifact CD ART 1004.
  6. Art Tatum/Michael Arnowitt: Suite including Sweet Emaline; Sunday; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; Wabash Blues; Ja-Da. From "Classical/Jazz", Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512994Z.
  7. Robert Wigness: Sines of Time. Thomas L. Read, violin. Woodstock Composers Festival, 1994. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  8. David Gunn: Best of the Sesquihour, Part IV. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Steve Reich: It's Gonna Rain. From "Live/Electronic Music", Columbia LP MS 7265.
  10. Thomas L. Read: Light After Light, Part II. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. VCME Records CD VCME-001.
  11. Claude Vivier: Pour Violon et Clarinette. From "Montréal Postmoderne". Centrediscs LP CMC 2085.
  12. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Llama Butter. Mark Nelson, tuba. Millikin University, February 1995. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  13. Daniel Lentz: Is It Love. From "On the Leopard Altar", Icon LP 5502.
  14. Eliot Sharp: Digital. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories". Elektra Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  15. Edgar Varèse: Hyperprism. Orchestre National de France, Kent Nagano, conductor. From "l'Oeuvre de Edgar Varèse, Vol. 1, 1920-1927". Musifrance CD 4509-92137-2.
  16. James Tenney: Blue Suede. From "James Tenney, Selected Works 1961-1969". Artifact CD ART 1007.

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On and Off the Road
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Rainer Brüninghaus: Chant for 5. From "Sorrow is Not Forever -- Vocal Summit". Moers Music LP 20045.
  3. Screamin' Jay Hawkins: I Put a Spell on You. Sung by Diamanda Galas. From "Diamanda Galas: The Singer". Mute Records 9 61278-2.
  4. Daniel Denis: Dense. Performed by Univers Zéro. From "Ceux de dehors", LP EF1313.
  5. John Adams: The Chairman Dances. San Francisco Symphony, Edo deWaart, conductor. Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2 79144.
  6. Witold Lutoslawski: Chain 3. BBC Symphony Orchestra, Witold Lutoslawski, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 431 664-2.
  7. Conlon Nancarrow: Piece No. 2 for Small Orchestra. Performed by Continuum. From "Conlon Nancarrow: Orchestral, Chamber, and Piano Music". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512764M.
    All recordings of the music of Thomas Massella provided by the composer.
  8. Thomas Massella: Moments. Christopher Deane, vibraphone.
  9. Thomas Massella: Song. Hartt Chorus.
  10. Thomas Massella: Niagara. Yolanda Konandassis, harp.
  11. Thomas Massella: Psalm of the Spheres. Cary Ebli, English horn; Timothy Robson, organ.
  12. Thomas Massella: Pieces of April. Robin Driscoll, oboe; Cary Ebli, English horn.
  13. Thomas Massella: Festival March. Richard Shaw, organ.
  14. Frank Zappa: Jazz from Hell. Rykodisc CD RCD 10030.
  15. Channel Identification and Channel Phasing, from "Stereophile Test CD" with Ralph the Christmas Dog. Stereophile CD STPH 002-2.
  16. Phil Burk: Squiggle. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL". Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  17. Laurie Spiegel: Strand of Life ("Viroid"). From "Unseen Worlds" CD
  18. Laurie Spiegel: From a Harmonic Algorithm. From "Unseen Worlds" CD
  19. Frederic Rzewski: Winnsboro Coton Mill Blues. Performed by Michael Arnowitt. From "Classical/Jazz". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS-512994Z.
  20. Harry Partch: Scene 10 from The Bewitched, The Cognoscenti Are Plunged Into a Demonic Descent While at Cocktails. From "The Bewitched, A Dance-Satire by Harry Partch". CRI LP SD 304.
  21. John Cage: Music for Marcel Duchamp. Performed by Stephen Drury. From "In a Landscape". Catalyst CD 09026-61980-2.
  22. Luciano Berio: Sequenza III for solo voice. Performed by Cathy Berberian. Candide LP 31027.
  23. Drew Krause: Three Combat Studies. Drew Krause and Paul Marquardt, pianos. Urbana, Illinois, February 1995. Recording provided by the composer.
  24. Drew Krause: Panic for violin and tape. Lisa Wolfe, violin. Urbana, Illinois, September 1995. Recording provided by the composer.
  25. Drew Krause: BARK. Drew Krause and Paul Marquardt, pianos. From "Thump piano duo". Frog Peak Music CD FP003.
  26. Drew Krause: Riddle. Trio Algetic. Akron, Ohio, January 1995. Recorded by George Faddoud Audio Recording. Recording provided by the composer.
  27. Drew Krause: Dead Aria. From "New Graduate Works from the Experimental Music Studios, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign". Denon Digital (custom) UOF1.

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Timby Heindeigh
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Charles Wuorinen: Time's Encomium for synthesized and processed sound. Nonesuch LP H-71225.
  3. Leonard Bernstein: Somewhere from West Side Story. Original Broadway cast. Columbia CD CK 32603.
  4. Ornette Coleman: Lonely Woman. Ornette Coleman Quartet. From "The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz". CBS Special Products LP R 033. Original on Atlantic LP S-1364.
  5. Ornette Coleman: Lonely Woman. Kronos Quartet. From "White Man Sleeps". Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79163.
  6. Laurie Spiegel: Three Sonic Spaces I. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD AE 11001-2.
  7. Laurie Spiegel: Three Sonic Spaces II. From "Unseen Worlds".
  8. Olexandra Beck: Excerpts from Bosnia: Ballet on Intolerance. Studio recording provided by the composer.
  9. Olexandra Beck: Suite from Bosnia: Ballet on Intolerance. Studio recording provided by the composer.
  10. Olexandra Beck: String Quartet. Studio recording provided by the composer.
  11. Vladimir Ussachevsky: Sonic Contours. From "Sounds of New Music". Folkways Records LP FX 6160.
  12. Otto Luening: Fantasy in Space. From "Sounds of New Music" Folkways Records LP FX 6160.
  13. Sylvestre Revualtas: Sensemayá. New World Symphony, Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. From "Tangazo". Argo CD 463 737 2.
  14. Laurie Spiegel: Cavis Muris (II). From "The Virtuoso in the Computer Age -- III". Centaur CD CRC 2166.

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Decatur Day
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Robin Bargar: Business as Usual. From "New Graduate Works from the Experimental Music Studios, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign". Denon Digital CD UOF1.
  3. Eric Lyon: Bonko Bonzo. From "Thump Piano Duo", Drew Krause and Paul Marquardt. Frog Peak Music CD FP003.
  4. David Gunn: Champagne and Other Spirits, arranged by Dennis Báthory-Kitsz. Midi recording provided by the arranger.
  5. Alexander Mossolov: Steel Foundry. From "Sounds of New Music". Folkways LP FX6160
    All recordings of Troy Peters provided by the composer.
  6. Troy Peters: Wake Up!. Peter Wilson, percussion, 1995.
  7. XTC: Wake Up. From "The Big Express". Virgin CD V2325.
  8. Troy Peters: Sounds of the Winter. Lynn Eustis, soprano; the Kerr Quartet.
  9. Troy Peters: Two Bagatelles. Paolo Bordignon, piano.
  10. Troy Peters: Cascade. Curtis Orchestra, Troy Peters, conductor.
  11. Mark Lindsey: Excerpt from Sound Design samples. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. David Stevens: Your Attention Please. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Fred Ho: Monkey's Origin. From "Sounding Off!". Autonomedia Compilation CD. P.O.B. 568, Williansburgh Station, Brooklyn NY 11211-0568.
  14. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: A Time Machine. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. William DeFotis: Breaking Up Immediately Recognizable Units of Significance is Hard to Do. From "...Experimental Music....Urbana Champaign"

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Our Miss Tiss
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Horatiu Radulescu: inner time II, op. 42, excerpt. Armand Angster Clarinet System. Montaigne CD MO 782030.
  3. Eldon Rathburn: The St. Lawrence Tubular Bridge Mazurka Polka. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.
  4. Eldon Rathburn: Stravinsky on the Delta Queen. From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  5. Eldon Rathburn: Honky Tonks (City of Gold). From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  6. Octavian Nemescu: Metabizantinirikon for saxophone and magnetic tape. Daniel Kientzy, saxophone. Electrecord CD ELCD 130.
  7. David Gunn: Cowbellies. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble, November 10, 1995. Recorded by the composer.
  8. David Gunn: The Help Me Rondo. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble, November 10, 1995. Recorded by the composer.
    Music of Molly Gibson and David Gibson provided by David Gibson.
  9. Molly Gibson: Short Piece.
  10. David Gibson: Easter Piece I, electronic rendition.
  11. David Gibson: Easter Piece I, vocal rendition.
  12. David Gibson: Easter Piece II, III and IV, electronic rendition.
  13. David Gibson: Easter Piece IV, vocal rendition.
  14. Eldon Rathbun: Junction. From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  15. Poul Ruders: Scherzando prestissimo from Symphony. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos CD CHAN 9179.
  16. Neil B. Rollnick: Texas Utilities Electric and Connecticut Power & Light from ElectriCity. New York New Music Ensemble. O.O.Discs No. 8.
  17. Robert Constable: Games of Desire. From "Thump Piano Duo". Drew Krause and Paul Marquart, pianos. Frog Peak Music FP 003.

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Musical Kibble Day
  1. Richard Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Orchestra and Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Kevin Volans: White Man Sleeps No. 1. Kronos Quartet. From "White Man Sleeps". Elektra Nonesuch CD E2-79163.
  3. Gunther Schuller: Quartet No. 3, first movement, Maestoso, with great intensity. Emerson String Quartet. From "American Contemporaries". Deutsche Grammophon CD 437 537-2.
  4. Johnny Mercer: That Old Black Magic. Sung by Johnny Mercer. From "Johnny Mercer sings Johnny Mercer". Everest LP 4107.
  5. Johnny Mercer: That Old Black Magic. Spike Jones. From "Spike Jones & His City Slickers Greatest Hits". The Entertainers CD.
  6. P.D.Q. Bach (Peter Schickele): Last Tango in Bayreuth. Tennessee Bassoon Quartet. From "Music for an Awful Lot of Winds and Percussion". Telarc CD CD-80307.
  7. Eldon Rathburn: Two Railoramas: Dvorak at 155th Street and Hindemith Rides the Merchants Limited. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.
  8. Sir Malcolm Arnold: A Grand, Grand Overture, Op. 57. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Vernon Handley, conductor. Conifer CD CDCF 240.
    Celebrating National Kibble Day:
  9. John Zorn: Cat O' Nine Tails. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories". Elektra Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  10. Cat Stevens: Where Do the Children Play?. From "Tea for the Tillerman". A&M LP SP 4280.
  11. Andrew Lloyd Weber: Prologue to Cats. Geffen Records cassette XM5-2026.
  12. Olivier Messiaen: Catelogue d'Oiseaux: le merle bleu. Yvonne Loriod, piano. Musical Heritage Society LP set MHS 1423-6.
  13. Carl Stalling: Pappy's Puppy. From "The Carl Stalling Project, Volume 2". Warner Bros. CD 9 45430-2.
  14. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Cat Dances No. 3. Festival Strio Trio, Middlebury College, November 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  15. Nick Didkovsky: Meat. From "Hallways: Eleven Musicians and HMSL". Frog Peak Music CD FP002.
  16. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Kibble & Timbrals. Midi performance provided by the composer.
    End of National Kibble Day Celebratory Tunes
  17. "Blue" Gene Tyranny: A Dream Without Images. From "Country Boy, Country Dog: How To Discover Music in the Sounds of Your Daily Life". Lovely Music, Ltd. CD LCD 1065.
  18. Laurie Spiegel: Riding the Storm. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.
  19. Neil B. Rolnick: ElectriCity, part 3, 4, 5 and 6, Central Vermont Public Service, Boston Edison, Lower Valley Power, Pacific Gas & Electric. New York New Music Ensemble. From "ElectriCity". O.O.Discs No. 8.
  20. David Gunn: The Best of the Sesquihour Mark Five.
  21. John Cage: Solo for Voice 52. Sung by Joan LaBarbara. From "Singing Through" New Albion CD NA 035 CD.
  22. Larry Austin: LaBarbara: The Name, The Voice, The Music. From "The Virtuoso in the Computer Age -- III" Centaur CD CRC 2166.
  23. William Bolcom: Orphée Sérénade, movement VI, Energique: Colla parte, senza tempo. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. From "Points of Departure" Deutsche Grammophon CD 435 389-2.

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Hats Off, Heads Roll, Piano Rolls
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Virgil Thompson: Suite from "The River", conclusion. Symphony of the Air, Leopold Stokowski, conductor. Vanguard Everyman cassette CSRV 385.
  3. Virgil Thompson: Suite from "The Plow that Broken the Plains". Symphony of the Air, Leopold Stokowski, conductor.
  4. Henry Cowell: Piano Pieces: Deep Color and The Fairy Answer. Joel Sachs, piano. From "Henry Cowell, Classic Ultra-Modernist, Volume II". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513109Z.
  5. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 40a and Study No. 40b for player piano. From "Complete Studies for Player Piano: The Music of Conlon Nancarrow, Volume Two". 1750 Arch Records LP S-1777.
  6. Joseph Kosma: Autumn Leaves. Bill Evans Trio. From "Jazz Piano, Volume 4". Smithsonian Collection/CBS Special Products CD RD 039.
  7. Frederic Rzewski: Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues. Michael Arnowitt, piano. From "Classical/Jazz". Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512994Z.
  8. Dmitri Shostakovich: Fugue in G-Sharp Minor. Michael Arnowitt, piano. From "Constellation". Ursa Minor Records CD UM-88101.
  9. Art Tatum: Wabash Blues. Michael Arnowitt, piano. From "Classical/Jazz".
  10. Art Tatum: Get Happy. Art Tatum, piano. From "Jazz Piano, Volume 2".
  11. Art Tatum: Ja-Da. Michael Arnowitt, piano. From "Classical/Jazz".
  12. Igor Stravinsky: Piano Rag-Music. Michael Arnowitt, piano. From "Classical/Jazz".
  13. Conlon Nancarrow: Tango?. Cheryl Seltzer, piano. From "Conlon Nancarrow: Orchestral, Chamber and Piano Music." Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512764M.
  14. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Csárdás. From "Alive and Well: New Music Played in a Historic Church". Ursa Minor Records cassette [no number].
  15. Stephen Foster: Santa Anna's Retreat from Buena Vista. From "The Monster Concert in Celebration of Louis Moreau Gottschalk". Eugene List and nine other pianists. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 4924W.
  16. Paul Marquardt: Test Pattern. From "Thump Piano Duo". Drew Krause and Paul Marquardt, pianos. Frog Peak Music FP 003.

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Zappa, Ducks & Voices
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Stanley Myers: Concerto for Soprano Saxophone, Part I, Vivo and excerpt from part II, Andante molto. John Harle, saxophone; Argo Symphony Orchestra, James Judd, conductor. From "Sax Drive". Argo CD 443 529-2.
  3. Frank Zappa: Peaches en Regalia. From "Hot Rats". Ryko CD RCD 10066.
  4. Frank Zappa: The Beltway Bandits. From "Jazz From Hell". Ryko CD RCD 10030.
  5. Frank Zappa: The Perfect Stranger. The Ensemble Intercontemporain and the Barking Pumpkin Digital Gratification Consort, Pierre Boulez, conductor. From "The Perfect Stranger and other chamber works". EMI/Angel cassette 4DS 538170.
  6. George Todd: Wordscapes. From "Music from SEAMUS, volume 2". SEAMUS CD EAM-9401.
  7. George Todd: Glacier. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. George Todd: CREATI. Opus One LP 133.
  9. George Todd: Penny's Dream. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Gesange der Jünglinge. DAT recording mixed from master tape provided by Stockhausen studios in Kürten.
  11. Frank Zappa: Naval Aviation in Art?. From "The Perfect Stranger".
  12. Eldon Rathburn: Schoenberg vs. Gershwin. Stéphane Lemelin, piano. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.

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Tundra
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Alfred Schnittke: Concerto Grosso No. 1, movements 1 and 2. Gidon Kremer, Tatiana Grindenko, Yuri Smirnov; The Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Heinrich Schiff, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 429 413-2.
  3. Johnny Lange, Hy Heath, and Eliot Danial: Uncle Remus. Studio Choir. From "Walt Disney's Uncle Remus, Music Recorded from the Original Sound Track of the Walt Disney Motion Picture, 'Song of the South'". Disneyland Records LP 1205.
  4. Henry Cowell: The Banshee. Cheryl Seltzer, piano. From "Henry Cowell, Classic Ultra-Modernist". Musical Heritage Society CD 513756Z.
  5. Olivier Messiaen: Turangalîla-Symphonie. Yvonne Loriod, Jeanne Loriod; Orchestre de l'Opéra Bastille, Myung-Whun Chung, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 431 781-2.
  6. Neil B. Rolnick: ElectriCity, parts 7, 8 and 9, Niagara Mohawk Power, Philadelphia Electric and Houston Lighting & Power. New York New Music Ensemble. O.O.Discs No. 8.
  7. Joel Chadabe: Valentine. Jan Williams, vibraphone, marimba. From "After Some Songs", Deep Listening CD DL 1 1995 CD.
  8. Poul Ruders: Tundra. Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Leif Segerstam, conductor. Chandos Records Ltd. CD CHAN 9179.
  9. Batya Weinbaum: Fireflies. Performed by Zeke Hecker. Vermont Composers Festival, Middlebury, Vermont, 1992. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  10. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 15. Cheryl Seltzer, Joel Sachs, piano. Musical Heritage Society CD 512764M.
  11. Conlon Nancarrow: Sonatina for Piano, 1941. Cheryl Seltzer, Joel Sachs. Musical Heritage Society CD 512764M.
  12. Darius Milhaud: Le Boeuf sur le Toit. Orchestre de l'Opéra de Lyon, Kent Nagano, conductor. Musifrance CD 2292-45820-2.
  13. Ask Aggie!. Damian and Agnes Birdsong Smee. Created for radio by David Gunn.
  14. Olivier Messiaen: L'Ascension, part III. Olivier Messiaen, organ. EMI Classics CD D112187 (via BMG Direct Marketing).
  15. Conlon Nancarrow: String Quartet No. 1. Continuum. Musical Heritage Society CD 512764M.
  16. Gavin Bryars: Jesus Blood Never Failed Me Yet. Unidentified singer with Hampton String Quartet and orchestra conducted by Michael Riesman. Point Music CD 438 823-2.
  17. Todd Levin: Swirl / Crystal Clear Mix. London Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 647-2.
  18. Eldon Rathburn: Turbo. Atlantic Brass Quintet. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.
  19. Eldon Rathburn: The St. Lawrence Tubular Bridge Mazurka Polka. From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  20. Eldon Rathburn: Stravinsky on the Delta Queen. From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  21. John Adams: A Short Ride in a Fast Machine. San Francisco Symphony, Edo de Waart, conductor. From "The Chairman Dances". Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2 79144.

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Music for Paramedics
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
  2. Carl Stone: Gadberry's. From "Mom's Bar-B-Q". New Albion CD NA 049 CD.
  3. Karlheinz Stockhausen: Opus 1970. Aloys Kontarsky, Johannes G. Fritsch and others. Deutsche Grammophon LP 139 461 SLPM.
  4. Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians. Steve Reich & Musicians. ECM CD 1129-2.
  5. Gwyneth Walker: Sounding Joy. Sounding Joy Chorus, Montpelier Composers Festival, 1991. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  6. George Gershwin: I Got Rhythm. Fats Waller and His Rhythm. Original recorded December 4, 1935. From "Giants of Jazz", volume 15. Time-Life Records LP STL-J15.
  7. Camille Saint-Saëns: Piano Concerto No. 2, third movement. Artur Rubinstein, Symphony of the Air, Alfred Wallenstein, conductor. RCA Victor CD 09026-61496-2.
  8. Carl Stone: Shing Kee. From "Mom's Bar-B-Q".
  9. Frank Zappa: Mo 'N Herb's Vacation, third movement. From "Zappa". London Symphony Orchestra, Kent Nagano, conductor. Rykodisk CD RCD 10022.
  10. Peter Sculthorpe: Sun Music I. From "New Music From Australia". Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, John Hopkins, conductor. Odyssey LP 32 16 0150.
  11. Neil Rollnick: ElectriCity. Movements 10-14, Commonwealth Edison, Central Hudson Gas & Electric, Southern California Edison, Potomac Electric Power and Consolidated Edison. New York New Music Ensemble. O.O.Disks No. 8.
  12. Fats Waller: Jitterbug Waltz. Fats Waller, His Rhythm and Orchestra. Original recorded March 16, 1942. From "Giants of Jazz", volume 15.
  13. Aaron Copland: Grohg, sixth movement. Cleveland Orchestra, Oliver Knussen, conductor. Argo CD 443 203-2.
  14. Moondog (Louis T. Hardin): Nero's Expedition. From "Moondog", CBS CD MK44994.
  15. Joel Chadabe: Another Approach to Rhythms. Jan Williams, percussion. From "After Some Songs". Deep Listening CD DL 1 1995 CD.

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Fat-Lot-of-Good Day
  1. Kalvos & Damian: Parody on Richard Wagner's Overture to Die Meistersinger, excerpt. Original orchestra and chorus of the Bavarian State Opera. RCA Victor LP LSC-6708.
    Metric Conversion Day Mix
  2. Octavian Nemescu: Metabizantinirikon for saxophone and magnetic tape. Daniel Kientzy, saxophone. Electrecord CD ELCD 130.
  3. David Gunn: Wrong Way, for calliope four hands. Midi realization by the composer.
  4. Teo Macero: One-Three Quarters. From "New Music in Quarter-Tones". Odyssey LP 32-16-0161.
  5. Dave Brubeck: Take Five. Dave Brubeck Quartet. From "Time Out". Columbia CD CK 40585.
  6. Edgar Varèse: Ionisation. New Jersey Percussion Ensemble. From "Percussion Music". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79150-2.
  7. Anthony Braxton: Composition 110A (+108B). From "Four Compositions". Black Saint LP BSR 0086.
  8. Henry Cowell: Quartet Euphometric. Kronos Quartet. From "Short Stories". Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  9. Elliott Carter: Eight Études, No. 1 and 2. Dorian Quintet. Candide LP CD 31016.
  10. Steve Reich: Music for 18 Musicians. Steve Reich and Musicians. ECM CD 1129-2.
  11. Conlon Nancarrow: Study No. 5. From "The Music of Conlon Nancarrow, Volume Two". 1750 Arch Records LP S-1777.
  12. Larry Polansky: Four-Voice Canon No. 4. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1004.
  13. Karheinz Stockhausen: Composition 1970, Part II. Aloys Kontarsky, others. Deutsche Grammophon LP 139 461 SLPM
    End of Metric Conversion Day Mix
  14. Steve Reich: Four Organs. Michael Tilson Thomas, Ralph Grierson, Rogerl Kellaway, Steve Reich, organs. Angel LP S-36059.
  15. Igor Stravinsky: Dance Sacrale - L'Élue from Le Sacre du Printemps. Cleveland Orchestra, Lorin Maazel, conductor. Telarc CD CD-80054.
  16. Edgar Varèse: Poème Électronique. From "Music of Edgar Varèse". Columbia LP MS6146.
  17. Joel Chadabe: Spring (It Might As Well Be Spring). Jan Williams, conga. From "After Some Songs". Deep Listening CD DL 1 1995 CD.
  18. Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji (Leon Dudley): Pastiche on Habañera from Bizet's Carmen. Michael Habermann, piano. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 4271.
  19. Jaron Lanier: Angklung. From "Instruments of Change". Point Music CD 442-132-2.
  20. David Gunn: Best of the Sesquihour, Mark Six. Recording provided by the composer.
  21. Channel Identification with Ralph the Christmas Dog. From "Stereophile Test CD". Stereophile STPH-002-2.
  22. Leonard Bernstein: Chichester Psalms, First Movement. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus, Richard Hickox, conductor. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512135K.
  23. Henryk Górecki: String Quartet No. 1, Already It Is Dusk. Kronos Quartet. Elektra/Nonesuch CD 9 79319-2.
  24. Lord Nelson: A Party for Santa Claus. From "A Caribbean Christmas". Ryko CD RCD 10150.

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