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Winter 1999-2000



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Happiness & Cheer Special
  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. Belinda Reynolds: Cover. Recording provided by the composer.
  3. Kui Dong, Larry Polansky, Christian Wolff: Track No. 1. From "Trio". Recording provided by the composers.
  4. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Prologue From "Music for Wedekind's Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Dr. Goll's March From "Music for Wedekind's Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Schwartz's Death Chord From "Music for Wedekind's Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Suicide From "Music for Wedekind's Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Murder From "Music for Wedekind's Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Prologue, Extended Version From "Music for Wedekind's Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  10. K&D show ID by Eve Beglarian
  11. Erika Jürgens: Harmonie. Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Dennis Murphy: Pieces for Prepared Piano. Recording provided by the composer. Remastered by Malted/Media.
  13. Elaine Tomazi Freitas: Absolutely Nothing to Look Back At. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. David Gunn: Caccia Red-Handed. Recording provided by the composer. Remastered by Malted/Media.
  15. Tim Price: Two Humps are Better than One. North Wind Ensemble. Recorded by Malted/Media.
  16. Scott L. Miller: Dies Sanctificatus. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Erika Jürgens: Kitty. Recording provided by the composer.
  18. Pamela Zero: The Yearning. Recording provided by the composer.
  19. Water Violet (Raffaella Graziosi): Spirali. Recording provided by the composer.
  20. K&D show ID by Michael Manion
  21. Paul Steenhuisen: Mycenean Wound. Recording provided by the composer.
  22. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XLVII. Recording provided by the composer.
  23. David Gunn: Going Like Sixty. Recording provided by the composer.
  24. Kui Dong: Soldiers Rebel. Recording provided by the composer.

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Lullaby for Bill
  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. Daron Hagen: Sennets, Cortege, and Tuckets. Baylor University Wind Ensemble, Michael Haithcock, conductor. From "Night Again". Arsis CD 112.
  3. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: No Money (Lullaby for Bill). Recording provided by the composer.
  4. Robert Ashley: She Was a Visitor. From "Automatic Writing". Lovely Music CD LCD 1002.
  5. K&D show ID by Gwyneth Walker
  6. Jeff Harrington: Espace des Cloches. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Joseph Benzola: Portraits of the Dead: Frank Zappa. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Joseph Benzola: Portraits of the Dead: Edgar Varèse. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Elodie Lauten: Quantesaurus. From "Inscapes from Exile". New Tone CD 21750 7004 2.
  10. Beth Anderson: Minnesota Swale. Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra Bratislava, Joel Eric Suben, conductor. From 'New Music for Orchestra". Opus One CD 156.
  11. Mary Jane Leach: Windjammer. From "Ariadne's Lament". New World Records CD 80525-2.
  12. Warren Burt: La Strega Bianca Della Luna II. From "Sonic Circuits VI" Innova CD 115.
  13. Carson Kievman: Toccatada. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. K&D show ID by Peggy Madden
  15. Nick Didkovsky: Dead Silence. Dr. Nerve. From "Skin". Cuneiform CD RUNE 70.
  16. Eric Salzman: Queen's Collage. From "Wiretap". Finnadar LP QD 9005.
  17. Doug Geers: Sugar Cookie. Recording provided by the composer.
  18. Martha Mooke: Enharmonic Vision. Maximum Music Connectons CD VMP 80301.
  19. Wendy Mae Chambers: Wild Ride. From "122". New World Records CD 80526-2

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Labels II
  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. David Gillingham: Concertino for Four Percussion. North Texas Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor. From "Sojourns". Klavier Records International CD KCD-11099.
  3. Pauline Oliveros: Epigraphs in the Time of AIDS, No. 2. Deep Listening Band. From "Suspended Music". Periplum CD P-0010.
  4. Hildegard Westerkamp: Talking Rain, excerpt. From "harangue I". earsay CD es98001.
  5. Richard Windeyer: Postcard From Oxbow Lake. From "whose forest?". Hornblower Recordings CD HR98104.
  6. K&D show ID by Eve Beglarian
  7. Peggy Madden: Metal Wing, Sculpted Dream. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. John Cage: 3 Dances for 2 Prepared Pianos, #1. Patrick Moraz, sampled piano. From "A Chance Operation: The John Cage Tribute". Koch International Classics CD 3-7238-2 Y6x2.
  9. Land: Frame. From "archipelago". Periplum CD P-00040.
  10. Brian Eno: The Roil, The Choke. From "Nerve Net". Warner Brothers CD 9 45033-2.
  11. John Oliver: Copper Flying. From "Icicle Blue Avalanche". earsay CD 98004.
  12. Ellen Fullman: Texas Travel Texture, excerpt. From "Suspended Music". Periplum CD P-0010.
  13. K&D show ID by Eric Honour
  14. Giorgio Magnanensi: Sere. From "harangue I". earsay CD es98001.
  15. Michael Lowenstern: Spasm. From "Spasm". New World CD 80468-2.
  16. George Gershwin: Summertime. Michael Lowenstern, bass clarinet. From "Spasm". New World CD 80468-2.

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Repeated Listening
  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. Daniel Pemberton and Charles Uzzell Edwards: Telephony. From "Enhanced Environments". Subversal Records CD SBR0011.
  3. Warren Burt: Square Root of 3 - chains fo fifths - linear order / equal probability - triangle waves. From "Five for the Coming of Spring". Recording provided by the composer.
  4. Warren Burt: Square Root of 5 - chains of thirds - triangle distribution - inharmonic difference tones. From "Five for the Coming of Spring". Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Jeff Harrington: New Zion Pastorale. Recording provided by the composer. Available on MP3.com.
  6. Jeff Harrington: Spirale d'Arco. From "Anamorphosis". Available on MP3.com.
  7. Jeff Harrington: Morph-Cataclysm. From "Obliterature". Available on MP3.com.
  8. Jeff Harrington: Espace des Cloches. Recording provided by the composer. Available on MP3.com.
  9. Jeff Harrington: Piano Prelude #18. From "Piano Preludes 1991-98". Available on MP3.com.
  10. Jeff Harrington: Piano Prelude #19. From "Piano Preludes 1991-98". Available on MP3.com.
  11. Barbara Benary: Mostly Slendro Passacaglia. From "New Gamelan / New York". GSOL Records CD GSOL CD-1.
  12. Johnny Reinhard: Trio on the Cuff Number 6 From "The Raven" The Stereo Society CD SS002.
  13. Johnny Reinhard: Trio on the Cuff Number 1 From "The Raven" The Stereo Society CD SS002.
  14. Johnny Reinhard: Trio on the Cuff Number 9 From "The Raven" The Stereo Society CD SS002.
  15. Mary Lee Roberts: bird from white writing. From "Six Compositions". Open Space CD 9.
  16. Daron Hagen: Sennets from Concerto for Brass Quintet. Wisconsin Brass Quintet. From "Images". [no label] 2962-MCD.
  17. Daron Hagen: Tuckets from Concerto for Brass Quintet. Wisconsin Brass Quintet. From "Images". [no label] 2962-MCD.

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Unbroken Consorts
  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. Jon Siddall: Sunflower. 40 Fingers Saxophone Quartet. From "Live Fingers". Artifact (Canada) CD ART-017.
  3. David Cleary: Five Character Studies. Artaria Quartet of Boston. From "Inventing Situations". Centaur CD CRC 2251.
  4. Piotr Lachert: 3o Quartetto per archi: Immer allein, I and IV. Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Jeff Harrington: Piano Prelude #22. From "Piano Preludes 1991-98". Available on MP3.com.
  6. Jeff Harrington: Anamorphosis. From "Anamorphosis". Available on MP3.com.
  7. Jeff Harrington: Tetra Mnemosyne for String Trio. From "Anamorphosis". Available on MP3.com.
  8. Jeff Harrington: Tetra Mnemosyne IV. Recording provided by the composer. Available on MP3.com.
  9. Fred Frith Guitar Quartet: Motormouth. From "Upbeat". Ambiances Magnétiques CD AM 063 CD.
  10. Fred Frith Guitar Quartet: Out to Bomb Fresh Kings. From "Upbeat". Ambiances Magnétiques CD AM 063 CD.
  11. Fred Frith Guitar Quartet: No Bones. From "Upbeat". Ambiances Magnétiques CD AM 063 CD.
  12. Matthew H. Fields: Call of the Shofar. From "Kabala". MMC CD MMC2087.
  13. Violeta Dinescu: Ostrov II. Arundo Clarinet Quartet. From "Violeta Dinescu". Adesso CD [no number]

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Coaching
  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. Gwyneth Walker: Essay for Orchestra. Recording provided by the composer.
  3. Gwyneth Walker: Open the Door. Recording provided by the composer.
  4. Linda Catlin Smith: Versailles. Les Coucous Bénévoles. Artifact (Canada) CD ART014
  5. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XLVIII. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Gwyneth Walker: This Train. From "1998 All-OMEA Festival Concert" Century Records CD.
  7. Gwyneth Walker: I Thank You God. From "ACDA National Convention: Chicago 1999 -- National Women's Honor Choir". ViaMedia A/V CD.
  8. Gwyneth Walker: Symphony of Grace, First Movement. Women's Philharmonic, Apo Hsu, conductor. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Gwyneth Walker: An American Concerto, First Movement. Melissa White, violin. From "Paul Freeman Introduces..." Albany CD.
  10. Gwyneth Walker: An American Concerto, Second Movement. Melissa White, violin. From "Paul Freeman Introduces..." Albany CD.
  11. Maxine Warschauer: Revelation. From "Robert Black Conducts". Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra. MMC CD MMC2008.

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Gamelan Babs
  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. Lou Harrison: Ibu Trish. Evergreen Club Gamelan Ensemble. From "Palace". Artifact (Canada) CD ART-012.
  3. David Demnitz: Sixties. Gamelan Son of Lion. From "New Gamelan/New York". GSOL CD-1.
  4. Patrick Grant: Fields Amaze. Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Barbara Benary: Lelambutam Meow, excerpt. Gamelan Son of Lion. From "The Lion Sings". Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Barbara Benary: Hells Bells. Gamelan Son of Lion. New Wilderness Audiograpics cassette 8442A.
  7. Barbara Benary: Aural Shoehorning. Gamelan Son of Lion. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Barbara Benary: Mostly Slendro Passacaglia. Gamelan Son of Lion. From "New Gamelan/New York". GSOL CD-1.
  9. Daniel Goode: Slendro Clarinet. Gamelan Son of Lion. From "New Gamelan/New York". GSOL CD-1.
  10. Dennis Murphy: Thumese Medley. Recorded by Malted/Media.

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Daughter of Lion
  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. David Demnitz: Graffiti Removal. From "Gamelan as a Second Language". Gamelan Son of Lion. GSOL CD-2.
  3. David Demnitz: Pick Your Notes. From "Gamelan as a Second Language". Gamelan Son of Lion. GSOL CD-2.
  4. Otok Bima Sidarta: Mubeng Beteng. From "Mana689, New Music of Indonesia Vol. 2". Lyrichord CD LYRCD 7420.
  5. K&D Show ID by Eric Honour
  6. Barbara Benary: Sleeping Braid. Gamelan Son of Lion. New Wilderness Audiograpics cassette 8442A.
  7. Barbara Benary: Woodstock. Gamelan Son of Lion. New Wilderness Audiograpics cassette 8442A.
  8. Barbara Benary: Dragon Toes. Gamelan Son of Lion. New Wilderness Audiograpics cassette 8442A.
  9. Barbara Benary: Mostly Slendro Passacaglia. Gamelan Son of Lion. From "New Gamelan/New York". GSOL CD-1.
  10. K&D show ID by Kyle Gann
  11. Daron Aric Hagen: Concerto for Brass Quintet. Wisconsin Brass Quintet. From "Images". Mark Custom Recording CD 2962-MCD

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The Tenor Goes Down
  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. György Ligeti: Lux Aeterna. Schola Cantorum Stuttgart, Clytus Gottwald, conductor. Wergo CD 60162-50.
  3. Elma Mayer: The Green Shade. From "Elma Mayer". Ponk Records CD P-F010.
  4. Larry Polansky: Four-Voice Canon #4. From "The Theory of Impossible Melody". Artifact (USA) CD 1004.
  5. Leo Kupper: Glissandi Vocaux from Amkea. Anna Maria Kieffer, voice. From "Ways of the Voice". Pogus CD 21018-2.
  6. K&D show ID by James Grant
  7. Daron Hagen: Wedding Dances. North Texas Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliano Corporon, conductor. From "Sojourns". Klavier CD KCD-11099.
  8. Daron Hagen: Bandanna, opening. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Daron Hagen: Bandanna, seduction scene. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Daron Hagen: driving bop from Concerto for Flügelhorn and Orchestra. Baylor University Wind Ensemble, Michael Haithcock, conductor. From "Night Again". Arsis CD 112.
  11. K&D show ID by Michael Manion
  12. Nick Didkovsky and Larry Polansky: ...slippers of steel. From "The Time is Now". Frog Peak Music CD FP006.
  13. Kzysztof Penderecki: Stabat Mater. Schola Cantorum Stuttgart, Clytus Gottwald, conductor. From "ionisation: music of varèse, penderecki, ligeti". Vox Box CD CDX-5142.
  14. Robert Rutman: Chant, Bow Chime, and Horn. From "1939". Pogus CD 21017-2.
  15. Daron Hagen: ...Silently Dispersing from Dear Youth. Susan Crowder, soprano. From "Songs by Daron Hagen". Arsis CD 106.
  16. Jonathan and Darlene Edwards: April in Paris. Info to follow.
  17. Jonathan and Darlene Edwards: I Love Paris. Info to follow.

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Accordionix
  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. Guy Klucevsek: Waltzing Above Ground. From "Flying Vegetables of the Apocalypse". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 104.
  3. Guy Klucevsek: Samba D Hiccup. From "Manhattan Cascade". CRI CD 626.
  4. Guy Klucevsek: Blue Window. From "Flying Vegetables of the Apocalypse". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 104.
  5. Guy Klucevsek: The Grass, It Is Blue. From "Flying Vegetables of the Apocalypse". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 104.
  6. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XLIX. Recording provided by the composer.
  7. K&D show ID by Eric Honour
  8. K&D show ID by Michael Manion
  9. Daron Hagen: Sennets, No. 1 from Concerto for Brass. Wisconsin Brass Quintet. From "Images". Mark Custom Recording 2962-MCD.
  10. Daron Hagen: Invention, No. 1 from Concerto for Brass. Wisconsin Brass Quintet. From "Images". Mark Custom Recording 2962-MCD.
  11. Daron Hagen: Tuckets, No. 1 from Concerto for Brass. Wisconsin Brass Quintet. From "Images". Mark Custom Recording 2962-MCD.
  12. Daron Hagen: Finale, Homage à James Brown. From Duo for Violin and Cello. From "Strings Attached". Arsis CD 111.
  13. Daron Hagen: Reprise. From Duo for Violin and Cello. From "Strings Attached". Arsis CD 111.
  14. Daron Hagen: Night, Again. Baylor University Wind Ensemble, Michael Haithcock, conductor. From "Night, Again". Arsis CD 112.
  15. K&D show ID by Dennis Darrah
    Accordionix Mix (all excerpts):
  16. Guy Klucevsek: Dining in the Rough in the Buff. From "Scenes from a Mirage". Revew Records CD rere 106cdm.
  17. Guy Klucevsek: Loosening Up the Queen. From "Flying Vegetables of the Apocalypse". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 104.
  18. Pauline Oliveros: The Well/The Gentle. From "The Well and The Gentle". hat ART LP 2020.
  19. Lois Vierk: Manhattan Cascade, beginning. Guy Klucevsek, accordion. From "Manhattan Cascade".
  20. Phil Kline: Bachman's Warbler. From "Glow in the Dark". CRI CD 801.
  21. Phill Niblock: String Quartet No. 2, from Five More String Quartets. Solider String Quartet. Experimental Intermedia CD XI 111.
  22. Ellen Fullman: Texas Traveler. From "Suspended Music". Periplum CD P0010.
  23. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Composition in Low Tones, 1970. From "Autonica Concretia". Malted/Media CD 9804-2.
  24. Pauline Oliveros: The Receptive. From "The Well and The Gentle". hat ART CD 2020.
  25. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Zonule Glaes II. Styx-Q String Quartet. Malted/Media CD 9905-2.
  26. Lois Vierk: Manhattan Cascade, beginning. Guy Klucevsek, accordion. From "Manhattan Cascade". CRI CD 626.
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  27. Aaron Jay Kernis: Phantom Polka. From "Flying Vegetables of the Apocalypse". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 104.

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250th Show Celebration
  1. Daron Hagen: Minute Scherzo, from Duo for Violin and Cello. From "Strings Attached". Arsis CD 111.
  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. James Tenney: For Ann, Rising. From "Selected Works 1961-1969". Frog Peak Music CD FP 001.
  4. Eliane Radigue: Kyema, excerpt. Experimental Intermedia CD XI 119.
  5. James Bohn: Improvisation on toy piano. Live performance by the composer.
  6. K&D show ID by James Bohn
  7. Udo Kasemets: Quarkanon, from Chaosmosis. From "Timetrip to Big Bang and Back". Artifact (Canada) CD ART-010.
  8. Carson Kievman: Introdictus. David Arden, piano. From "The Temporary & Tentative Extended Piano". Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Peter Van Riper: Windows to the Sky. From "Windows to the Sky". Recording provided by the composer.
  10. On-air phone call from Joseph Benzola
  11. K&D show ID by Dennis Darrah
  12. Dennis Darrah: Jimibali. Live performance by the composer.
  13. Laurie Spiegel: Three Sonic Spaces, II. From "Unseen Worlds". Aesthetic Engineering CD 11001-2.
  14. Christopher Koenigsberg: Artifact #2? ArtMix. From "Brains". PWOA CD PWOA 011.
  15. Martha Mooke: News. From "Enharmonic Vision". Maximum Music Connections CD VMP 80301.
  16. Anne La Berge: revamper. From "blow". Frog Peak Music CD FP 004.
  17. Elodie Lauten: Barbie's Abduction. From "Inscapes from Exile". Robi Droli CD fy7004.
  18. Elodie Lauten: Ordinary Spatial Distance. From "Inscapes from Exile". Robi Droli CD fy7004.
  19. On-air phone call from Matthew Fields
  20. K&D show ID by James Grant
  21. K&D show ID by Michael Manion (Doktor Sharpenflatz)
  22. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Prologue. From Music for Wedekind's "Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  23. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Dr. Goll's March. From Music for Wedekind's "Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  24. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Schwartz's Death Chord. From Music for Wedekind's "Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  25. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Suicide. From Music for Wedekind's "Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  26. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Murder. From Music for Wedekind's "Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  27. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Alwa's Love Theme. From Music for Wedekind's "Lulu". Recording provided by the composer.
  28. Michael Torke: Purple. Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, David Zinman, conductor. From "Color Music". Argo CD 433 071-1.
  29. James Bohn: Sonata #2 for Toy Piano. Live performance by the composer.
  30. James Bohn: Sonata #3 for Toy Piano. Live performance by the composer.
  31. K&D show ID by Nick Didkovsky
  32. Nick Didkovsky: Egil the Skald. From "Binky Boy". Punos Music CD PM0003.
  33. Larry Polansky: Movement for Andréa Smith. From "Simple Harmonic Motion". Artifact (USA) CD ART 1011.
  34. David Gunn: Cowbellies. From "Somewhere East of Topeka". Forthcoming CD provided by the composer.
  35. Steve Gryc: ...fish in shallow water from Five Preludes for Flute Alone. From "New music for Flute & Oboe". Opus One CD 166.
  36. Steve Gryc: ...jade fountain from Five Preludes for Flute Alone. From ""New music for Flute & Oboe". Opus One CD 166.
  37. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark XILa. Recording provided by the composer.
  38. On-air phone call from Mary Jane Leach
  39. Mary Jane Leach: Green Mountain Madrigal. New York Treble Singers. From "Celestial Fires". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 107.

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Occasional Departures
  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. Judy Dunaway: Fifty 210. From "New York Guitars". CRI CD 698.
  3. Nick Didkovsky: Sister Cancer Brother Dollar. Dr. Nerve. From "Every Screaming Ear". Cuneiform CD RUNE 88.
  4. John Starrett: Citified Notions. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu: a microtonal music experience". [no label]
  5. Nick Didkovsky: Flykiller. From "New York Guitars". CRI CD 698.
  6. Loren Mazzacane Connors: Departure. From "New York Guitars". CRI CD 698.
  7. K&D show ID by Nick Didkovsky
  8. John Oswald: Plexure, Nos. 1-3. Avant (Japan) CD AVAN 016.
  9. John Oswald: Plexure, Nos. 4-8. Avant (Japan) CD AVAN 016.
  10. The Devil's Advocates: 1 Para. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  11. The Devil's Advocates: Andersonstown. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  12. The Devil's Advocates: Moss #3. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  13. The Devil's Advocates: The Dunmore Lassies. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  14. The Devil's Advocates: Fair and Tender. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  15. The Devil's Advocates: So White. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  16. The Devil's Advocates: The Ones Behind the Wire. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  17. The Devil's Advocates: Slán Abhaile. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  18. Johnny Cash: Folsom Prison. Live performance by The Devil's Advocates in K&D Studio Z.
  19. K&D show ID by The Devil's Advocates
  20. The Devil's Advocates: The Vermont State Song. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  21. The Devil's Advocates: Epicenter Our Town. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  22. The Devil's Advocates: Kelly the Boy from Killane. Live performance in K&D Studio Z.
  23. Ken Valitsky: Meaning - Less. From "New York Guitars". CRI CD 698.

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Temporary and Tentative
  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. Carson Kievman: Symphony No. 2 (42), "Passage". Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra - Katowice, Delta David Gier, conductor. New Albion CD NA081CD.
  3. Kenneth Gaburo: The Wasting of Lucrecetzia. From "Tape Play". Pogus CD P21020-2.
  4. Kenneth Gaburo: Lemon Drops. From "Tape Play". Pogus CD P21020-2.
  5. James Grant: Lament for String Orchestra. Czech Radio Symphony Orchstra, Sabrina Maria Alfonso, conductor. Private CD available from James Grant.
  6. K&D show ID by James Grant
  7. Carson Kievman: Wake Up, It's Time to Go to Bed. Tanglewood Music Festival. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Carson Kievman: Introdictus. From "The Temporary & Tentative Extended Piano". David Arden, piano. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Carson Kievman: Toccatada. From "The Temporary & Tentative Extended Piano". David Arden, piano. Recording provided by the composer.
  10. Carson Kievman: Sine Nomine. The Binchois Consort, Andred Kirkman, director. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. K&D show ID by David Cleary
  12. David Cleary: Lake George Overture. Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic, Milos Machek, conductor. Vienna Modern Masters CD VMM 3021.
  13. James Grant: Chart - Overture for Orchestra. Czech Radio Symphony Orchstra, Sabrina Maria Alfonso, conductor. Private CD available from James Grant.

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