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Spring 1996



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Enging Singlish
  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. Igor Stravinksy: Chant du Rossignol, excerpt. Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Charles Dutoit, conductor. London CD 417 619-2.
  3. Igor Stravinsky: Ebony Concerto. Richard Stoltzman, Woody Herman's Thundering Herd. RCA Victor CD 6486-2-RC.
  4. Klarenz Barlow: Orchidiae Ordinariae, or the Twelfth Root of Truth, excerpt. SWF-Orchester, Ingo Metzmacher, conductor.
  5. Zeke Hecker: Three Waltzes. Susan Klein, piano. Recorded by Bob Bartlett.
  6. Zeke Hecker: The Elements. Alison Hale, Jara Goodrich. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Zeke Hecker: Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Zeke Hecker: Landscapes. Laura Campbell, Pioneer Valley Symphony, Nathan Gottschalk, conductor. Text by Jenny Stewart. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Zeke Hecker: Elijah Variations. Pioneer Valley Symphony, Nathan Gottschalk, conductor. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Vernon Duke and Yip Harburg: April in Paris. Sung by Billie Holiday. From "Billie's Best", Verve CD 314 513 943-2.
  11. Anne LaBerge: revamper. From "Blow". Frog Peak Music CD FP004.

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Opus du Jour, Flambé
  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. William Trimble: Other Modalities. William Trimble and Daniel Wyman. From "Duo for Saxophone and Composer". Gnorble Music CD 9611.
  3. William Trimble: Thermals. From "Duo for Saxophone and Composer".
  4. Henry Wolking: Methenyology, excerpt. (Really short excerpt.) From "Music from Six Continents, 1994 Series". Koszalin State Philharmonic Orchestra, Szymon Kawalla, conductor. Vienna Modern Masters CD VMM 3030.
  5. Kaija Saariaho: Verblendungen for orchestra and tape. Avanti Chamber Orchestra, Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor. Finlandia CD FACD 374.
  6. Peter Tavalin: Like Bud, version 1. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  7. Peter Tavalin: Like Bud, version 2. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  8. Peter Tavalin: The Storm Clears. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  9. Peter Tavalin: L.A. Riots. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. Montpelier, Vermont. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Peter Tavalin: Opus du Jour. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  11. Peter Tavalin: Tuesday Morning Rap. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  12. Peter Tavalin: After the Fall. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  13. Marc Battier: Landscape in a Dream. From "transparence". BondAge CD BRCD 9595 (562011).
  14. Tom Hamilton: Another Family Resemblance. From "Act of Finding". Thomas Buckner, voice. OODiscs OO18.
  15. Neil B. Rollnick: ElectriCity: Consolidated Edison. From "ElectriCity". New York New Music Ensemble. OODiscs OO8.

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La Kalashnikov Bourgeoise
  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. Terry Riley: The Tuning Path from Chanting the Light of Foresight. Rova Saxophone Quartet. New Albion CD NA064CD.
  3. Gene Autrey: The Cowboy Code with Back in the Saddle. Gene Autrey, Cincinnati Pops, Erich Kunzel, conductor. Telarc CD CD-80191.
  4. Germaine Tailleferre: Ballade for Piano and Orchestra, excerpt. Orchestra of Radio Luxembourg, Louis de Froment, conductor. Vox cassette CT 2276.
    Live performances by Fred Ho and Scott M.X. Turner:
  5. Scott M.X. Turner: Dangerous People
  6. Scott M.X. Turner: Andersontown
  7. Scott M.X. Turner: Tonight We're Strong
  8. Scott M.X. Turner: I Believe in the Fight
  9. Fred Ho and Scott M.X. Turner: Killing the Man Who Hit Her
  10. Fred Ho and Scott M.X. Turner: The New World Odor
  11. Fred Ho: Song of the Mountain Stream
  12. Fred Ho: Soran Buchi
  13. Fred Ho: Farewell Song, Seng Lang
  14. Batya Weinbaum: The Earth She is Rocking Us From "Sounding Off! Music as Subversion/Resistance/Revolution". Autonomedia CD.
  15. Thomas Mapfumo: Vanhu Vatema. From "Sounding Off!"

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Raising the Funs
  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. Kenneth Gaburo: The Wasting of Lucrecetzia. From "Music for Voices, Instruments & Electronic Sounds". Nonesuch LP H-71199.
  3. Rirgauche/Cabaral/Dizeo: Amor de mis Amores. Unidentified ensemble. From "Caribbean Sunset". Laserlight CD 15 482.
  4. Béla Bartók: String Quartet No. 4, Second Movement. Emerson String Quartet. Deutsche Grammophone CD 423 657-2.
  5. Eldon Rathburn: The St. Lawrence Tubular Bridge Mazurka Polka. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.
  6. Eldon Rathburn: Stravinsky on the Delta Queen. From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  7. John Adams: The Chairman Dances. San Francisco Symphony, Edo de Waart, conductor. Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2 79144.
  8. Edgar Varèse: Ionisation. From "Late in the 20th Century". New Jersey Percussion Ensemble, Raymond DesRoches, conductor. Nonesuch CD 9 79171-2.
  9. Anne LaBerge: revamper. From "blow". Frog Peak Music CD FP004.
  10. Leonard Bernstein: Quintet from West Side Story. Columbia CD CK 32603.
  11. Laurie Spiegel: Cavis Muris. From "The Virtuoso in the Computer Age - III". Centaur CD CRC 2166.
  12. James Tenney: Blue Suede. From "Selected Works 1961-1969". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1007.
  13. Alan Hovanhess: Exile Symphony, second movement. Seattle Symphony, Gerard Schwarz, conductor. BMG sampler CD D102308.
  14. Nick Didkovsky: Meat. From "Hallways". Frog Peak CD FP002.
  15. Marc Battier: Landscape in a Dream. From "Transparence". BondAge CD 562011.
  16. Florent Schmitt: Quatuor pour Saxophones, Op. 102. Syrinx Saxophone Quartet. Erasmus Muziek CD WVH164.
  17. Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze, arranged by Steve Riffkin. Kronos String Quartet. Nonesuch CD E2-79111.
  18. Jaron Lanier: Suite for Saxophone Ensemble, third movement. From "Instruments of Change". Point Music CD 442-132-2.
  19. Larry Polansky: Four-Voice Canon No. 6. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody". Artifact Recordings CD ART 1004.
  20. Henry Cowell: Pulse for Six Percussionists. Kroumata Percussion Ensemble. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512300K.
  21. Elliot Sharp: Digital. Kronos String Quartet. From "Short Stories". Elektra Nonesuch CD 9 79310-2.
  22. John Cage: Prelude for Meditation. Steven Drury, keyboard. From "In a Landscape". Catalyst CD 0926-61980-2.
  23. Conlon Nancarrow: Prelude and Blues. From "Orchestra, Chamber, and Piano Music". Continuum. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512764M.
  24. J. L. Guerra: A pedir su mano, from "Caribbean Sunset".

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Marty Ondenot Laurendeau
  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. P. Marquina: España Cani. Don Vincente and his Orchestra. Laserlight CD 15 161.
  3. Traditional: La Entrada. Don Vincente.
  4. Pete Seeger: Careless Love. From "40 Great Folk Songs". Vanguard LP RS-50-2031.
  5. Ruth Crawford Seeger: Sacco, Vanzetti from Two Ricercari. Continuum. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513493M.
  6. Ruth Crawford Seeger: Chinaman, Laundryman from Two Ricercari.
  7. Olivier Messiaen: Turangalîla-Symphonie, first movement. Orchestre de la Bastille, Myung-Whun Chung, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 431 781-2.
  8. Jacques Hétu: Concerto pour Ondes Martenot et Orchestre. Charles Dutoit, Orchestre National de France. Recording provided by Jean Laurendeau.
  9. George Todd: Penny's Dream. From "Green Dreams Furiously Asleep". EMF CD 001.
  10. Screamin Jay Hawkins: I Put a Spell on You. Sung by Diamanda Galas. From "Diamanda Galas: The Singer". Mute CD 61278-2.
  11. Gunnar Madsen and Richard Greene: Trash. Sung by The Bobs. Rhino CD R2 71464.
  12. Leonard Bernstein: New York, New York. From "The Bernstein Songbook". CBS CD MK44760.
  13. Eliane Radigue: Kyema, excerpt. Experimental Intermedia Foundation CD XI 103.
  14. Todd Levin: Everyday, New Improved Remix. London Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 847-2.
  15. James Grant: The Best Part from A Change of Season. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. VCME Records CD VCME-001.
  16. Henry Cowell: Homage to Iran, Presto. Continuum. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 513756Z.
  17. Charles Ives: They Are There. Kronos Quartet with recording of Ives playing and singing. From "Black Angels". Elektra/Nonesuch CD E2-79242.
  18. Leonard Bernstein: Urah, Havanel from Chichester Psalms. London Symphony Orchestra, Richard Hickox, conductor. Musical Heritage Society CD MHS 512135K.
  19. Eldon Rathburn: Junction. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.

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Nodoby Goes That Way Except Mom
  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. Mothers of Invention: Lumpy Gravy I. Ryko CD 40024.
  3. Seitz/Lewis/Rader: Before I Met You. Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. From "40 Great Folk Songs". Vanguard LP RS-50-2031.
  4. Carl Stone: Mom's, from "Mom's Bar-B-Q". New Albion CD NA 049 CD.
  5. John Levin and the Ill Wind Ensemble: Nobody Goes That Way. From "Ill Wind Ensemble". Ill Wind cassette ill001.
  6. John Levin and the Ill Wind Ensemble: The Ruckus. From "Ill Wind Ensemble"
  7. John Levin: The Flaying of Marcius, work in progress. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. John Levin and the Ill Wind Ensemble: No Girls Downstairs. From "Ill Wind Ensemble"
  9. Brad Dutz: Refrigerate Small Rodent Leftovers. From "Krin". Interworld CD 919.
  10. John Levin: Alleluia Virga Iesse. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Tom Johnson: Multiplication Table. From "Music for 88". Experimental Intermedia Foundation CD XI 106.
  12. Gordon Mumma: Hornpipe. Performed by the composer. Mainstream LP MS/50010.
  13. Roger Miller: Dance in the Poet's Eye. Roger Miller and the Exquisite Corpse. From "unfold". SST CD 307.

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Lawrence Welk Used a Little Stick
  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. Pauline Oliveros: The Gentle. From "The Well & The Gentle". hatArt LP 2020.
  3. David Gunn: Le Flambeau Oriange for accordions on Mount Tumwater. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  4. Buddy DeSylva: When Day is Done. Coleman Hawkins' All Star Octet. Columbia Special Products STL-J06. Original on RCA Bluebird B-10693 (January 3, 1940).
  5. Pauline Oliveros and the Deep Listening Band: Duet. Pauline Oliveros and Stuart Dempster. From "Tosca Salad" Deep Listening CD DL 3 1995 CD.
  6. Pauline Oliveros and the Deep Listening Band: Dream Time. From "Tosca Salad"
    Live performance by the composer:
  7. Pauline Oliveros: Mirages.
  8. Pauline Oliveros: Untitled, slow, with audience participation.
  9. Pauline Oliveros: Untitled, fast.
    End of live performance
  10. Pauline Oliveros and the Deep Listening Band: From Now On. From "Tosca Salad"

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In the Coffeehuis de Markt
  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. Oliver McPhee: Common Threads, Part I, excerpt. Deep Listening CD DL 4 1996 CD.
  3. Miles Davis: Boplicity. Miles Davis and His Orchestra. From "The Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz". Smithsonian LP R-033. Original on Capitol 60011, April 22, 1949.
  4. Leroy Anderson: The Typewriter. From "The Typewriter: Leroy Anderson Favorites". St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, conductor. RCA Victor Red Seal CD 09026-68048-2.
  5. Bernard Hermann: Fahrenheit 451, theme music. From "Bernard Hermann Film Scores". Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Elmer Bernstein, conductor. Milan CD 73138-35643-2.
  6. Richard Tolenaar: Contradiction for viola and tape. Micah Honing, viola. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Richard Tolenaar: Delusions for string quartet. Gustav Klimt Quartet. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Richard Tolenaar: For the Many for tape. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Richard Tolenaar: Use the Fuse. Midi realization provided by the composer.
  10. Marc Battier: Vers l'horizon. From "Transparence". BondAge CD 562011.
  11. Scott M.X. Turner: Memories of Fire. From "Ya Got a Kalashnikov ... Ya Got a Job". Triage Records CD FRSO 1899.
  12. Tom Hamilton: Another Family Resemblance. From "Act of Finding". Thomas Buckner, voice. O.O.Discs CD O.O.18.
  13. Deep Listening Band: Renko's Birthday. From "Tosca Salad". Deep Listening CD DL 3 1995 CD.
  14. Anton Webern: Three Pieces for string quartet. Emerson String Quartet. Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 828-2.
  15. Leroy Anderson: The Syncopated Clock. From "The Typewriter: Leroy Anderson Favorites"
  16. Bernard Hermann: Taxi Driver, theme music. From " Bernard Hermann Film Scores".

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The Strawberry-Kiwi Moon
  1. Edward Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1. Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Charles Groves, conductor. Musical Heritage Society LP MHS 4533.
  2. 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.
  3. Kaija Saariaho: Nuits, Adieux. Performed by Electric Phoenix. Sibili CD SIB-003.
  4. Jaron Lanier: Emerging Light. From "Instruments of Change". Point Music CD 442-132-2.
  5. Stephen Gryc: The Moon Reflected in a Pond from The Moon's Mirror: Three Nocturnes for Flute and Chamber Orchestra. Performed by John Wion and the New River Chamber Players, Tibor Pisztai, conductor. From "New Music for Flute & Oboe". Opus One CD 166.
  6. Moodog (Louis T. Hardin): Why Spend a Dark Night with You. From "Moondog". CBS CD MK 44994.
  7. John Lennon and Paul McCartney: Strawberry Fields Forever. Performed by The Bobs. From "The Bobs Cover the Songs of...". Rounder CD 9049.
  8. Nino Rota: Concerto for Strings. I Solisti Italiani. From "Italian Compositions of the 20th Century". Denon CD CO-78949.
  9. Todd Levin: Turn: Extended Dance Mix. From "DeLuxe". London Symphony Orchestra, David Alan Miller, conductor. Deutsche Grammophon CD 445 847-2.
  10. Richard Tolenaar: Use the Fuse. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  11. Richard Tolenaar: The Waltz. Midi performance provided by the composer.
  12. Richard Tolenaar: Blown Up, for tape. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Richard Tolenaar: String Quartet No. 2. Gustav Klimt Quartet. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Morton Gould: West Point Symphony, last movement, excerpt. Eastman Wind Ensemble, Frederick Fennell, conductor. Mercury CD 434 320-2.
  15. Anne LaBerge: revampter. From "blow" Frog Peak CD FP 004.
  16. Pauline Oliveros and the Deep Listening Band: Not Very Deep Hockets. From "Tosca Salad". Deep Listening CD DL 3 1995 CD.
  17. Joel Chadabe: Echoes of Brazil. From "After Some Songs". Deep Listening CD DL 1 1995 CD.
  18. John Cage: Forever and Sunsmell. Performed by Joan LaBarbara. From "Singing Through". New Albion CD NA 035 CD.
  19. George Todd: Wordscapes. From "Green Dreams Furiously Asleep". EMF CD 001.

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Three Nice Questions, for Flute
  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. Cole Porter: Songs, arranged for band by R.R. Bennett. Franklin High School Symphonic Band, Jack Pirone, conductor. Recorded in 1969. HMR Productions LP RC-391.
  3. Cole Porter: I've Got You Under My Skin. Sung by Frank Sinatra. Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle. From "American Popular Song". CBS Special Products LP set R 031. Original on Capitol W653, recorded January 12, 1956.
  4. Mario Davidovsky: Synchronisms No. 1, for flute and recorded electronic sounds. Samuel Baron, flute. From "Music for Flute & Tape". Nonesuch LP H-71289.
  5. Stephen Gryc: Five Preludes for Flute Alone, Nos. 1-3, ...fish in shallow water, ...jade fountain, and ...clouds in bamboo grove. John Wion, flute. From "New Music for Flute and Oboe". Opus One CD 166.
  6. Edgar Varèse: Density 21.5. Unidentified flutist. Robert Craft, conductor (as if that matters in this piece). Columbia LP MS 6146.
  7. Robert HP Platz: Flötenstücke für Altflöte und 7 Spieler. Carin Levin, flute. Ensemble Köln, Robert HP Platz, conductor. Wergo CD WER 6521-2.
  8. Anne La Berge: never again. Anne La Berge, flute. From "blow". Frog Peak Music CD FP 004.
  9. Anne La Berge: revamper. From "blow".
  10. Anne La Berge: indeed. From "blow".
  11. Anne La Berge: rollin'. From "blow".
  12. Charles Wuorinen: Bearbeitungen über das Glogauer Liederbuch. Members of Speculum Musicae. Nonsuch LP H-71319.
  13. Neil B. Rolnick: ElectriCity, Nos. 3, 4 and 9, Central Vermont Public Service, Boston Edison, and Houston Lighting & Power. The New York New Music Ensemble. From "ElectriCity". O.O. Discs CD No. 8.

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Dada da Babylon
  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. Kaija Saariaho: ...a la fumée, for alto flute, cello and symphony orchestra. Petri Alanko, alto flute; Anssi Karttunen, cello; Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor. Ondine CD ODE 804-2.
  3. Anne La Berge: rollin'. From "blow". Frog Peak Music CD FP004.
  4. Anne La Berge: againstance. Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Anne La Berge: bandbound. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Anne La Berge: [sic]sauce. From "blow"
  7. Anne La Berge: sond suite. Van Bommel Ensemble, Amsterdam, March 1996. Recording provided by Carl Beukmann.
  8. Eric David Chasalow: Over the Edge, for flute and electronic sounds. From "Music from Seamus, Vol. 4". SEAMUS CD EAM-9501.
  9. Marcel DuChamp: The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even: Erratum Musical. Donald Knaack, percussion. Finnadar Records LP SR 9017.
  10. Eric Lyon: Bonko Bonzo. Drew Krause and Paul Marquardt, piano. From "THUMP piano duo: THUMPmusic". Frog Peak Music CD FP003.
  11. Jaron Lanier: Khaen/Violin Duo No. 4. Jaron Lanier, khaen. Barbara Higbie, violin. From "Instruments of Change". Point Music CD 442-132-2.

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Ain't Minton Words!
  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. [?]: [Title to follow], from "Mantovani: Golden Hits". London CD 800 085-2.
  3. [?]: Song from 'Moulin Rouge', from "Mantovani: Golden Hits".
  4. [?]: [Title to follow], from "Mantovani: Golden Hits".
  5. Darius Milhaud: La Création du Monde. Orchestre de L'Opéra de Lyon, Kent Nagano, conductor. Musifrance CD 2292-45820-2
  6. Igor Stravinsky: Berceuse from The Firebird. Performed by Clara Rockmore. From "The Art of the Theremin". Delos CD DE 1014.
  7. Maurice Ravel: Pièce en forme de Habanera. From "The Art of the Theremin".
    Recording of the Van Bommel Ensemble with guest Mary Oliver, Amsterdam and Delft, March 1996; Recorded by Richard Barrett.
  8. Van Bommel Ensemble: Chaos
  9. Carl G. Beukman The Phoenix
  10. Van Bommel Ensemble: Pygmalion
  11. Anne La Berge: Sond Suite
  12. Frank Van Bommel: Erts
  13. Van Bommel Ensemble: Hermaphrodite
    End of Van Bommel Ensemble Concert
  14. Eldon Rathburn: Dvorak at 155th Street. From "Mostly Railroad Music". Crystal Records CD CD520.
  15. Eldon Rathburn: Hindemith Rides the Merchants Limited. From "Mostly Railroad Music".
  16. Greg D'Alessio: Reflections ona Poem by e.e. cummings. From "Music from SEAMUS volume 5". SEAMUS CD EAM-9601.
  17. Camille Saint-Saëns: The Swan. From "The Art of the Theremin".

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Czar Nicolas, the Tunguska Fireball
  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. Nicolas Collins: Tobabo Fonio. From "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night". Trace Elements CD TE-1019 CD
  3. Nicolas Collins: Broken Light I: Corelli. From "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night".
  4. Deep Listening Band: Oliveros Dempster Duet. From "Tosca Salad". Deep Listening CD DL 3 1995 CD.
  5. Boris Porena: Vivaldi, first movement. I Solisti Italiano. From "Italian Composers of the Twentieth Century". Denon CD CO-78949.
  6. Nicolas Collins: Devil's Music, I, two excerpts. Trace Elements LP TE 1013.
  7. Nicolas Collins: Devil's Music, II, excerpt.
  8. Nicolas Collins: Devil's Music, I, excerpt.
  9. Nicolas Collins: Devil's Music, II, two excerpts.
  10. Nicolas Collins: Devil's Music, I, conclusion.
  11. Nicolas Collins: Broken Light, II: Locatelli and III: Torelli. From "It Was a Dark and Stormy Night".
  12. Nicolas Collins: It Was a Dark and Stormy Night, complete. From "It Was a...." ... oh, you know.

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