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Spring 2002



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Silkie Ga-Jing
  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. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Ga-Xing. Recording provided by the composer.
  3. Elena Ruehr: The Law of Floating Objects. Sue Ellen Hershman Tcherepnin, with tape. Recording provided by the composer.
  4. K&D Show ID by Mary Jane Leach
  5. Elena Ruehr: String Quartet #3: The Clay Flute, The Abbey, How She Danced, Bell Call. Boromeo String Quartet. Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Elena Ruehr: Shimmer. Metamorphosen. Albany CD Troy 194.
  7. Elena Ruehr: Stars. Stephen Salters, voice; David Zobel, piano. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Elena Ruehr: April Rain. Stephen Salters, voice; David Zobel, piano. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. K&D Show ID by Elena Ruehr
  10. Elena Ruehr: String Quartet #2, "Silkie". Shanghai Quartet; Stephen Salters, voice. Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Elena Ruehr: Swing Set, third movement. Linda Osborne-Blaschke, piano. Recording provided by the composer.

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Filling the World
  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. John Luther Adams: The Light That Fills the World. Paul Dresher Ensemble. From "Instruments & Influences". MusicWorks CD MW82.
  3. Shar: Chromotom. From "Pop Music". Outer Realm Records CD ORR 1001.
  4. Shar: Chopped Meat. From "Pop Music". Outer Realm Records CD ORR 1001.
  5. Shar: Milano Centrale. From "Pop Music". Outer Realm Records CD ORR 1001.
  6. Shar: Violent Melody. From "Pop Music". Outer Realm Records CD ORR 1001.
  7. John Cage: Radio Music. Directed by James Bohn. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  8. K&D Show ID by James Bohn
  9. Matthew Fields: Rooster's Court Ball. Jackie Martelle, flute. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  10. David Cleary: Bilby #4. Karen Kevra, flute. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  11. Louis Moyse: Pastorale. Karen Kevra, flute. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  12. Daniel Goode: Phrases of the Hermit Thrush with Jamie's Thrush. Daniel Goode, clarinet. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  13. K&D Show ID by John Levin NiveL Nhoj
  14. Bill Gilliam: Piece #1. Performed by the composer. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  15. Bill Gilliam: Subterranean. Performed by the composer. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  16. Bill Gilliam: Piece #3. Performed by the composer. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  17. Bill Gilliam: Piece #4. Performed by the composer. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  18. Bill Gilliam: Piece #5. Performed by the composer. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  19. Scott Johnson: John Somebody, part 1. From "John Somebody". Nonesuch/Icon CD 79133-2

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Pianamania
  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. Marilyn Bliss: Fantasies. Elena Ivanina, piano. From "American Music from teh Moscow Autumn Festival". North/South CD N/S R 1017.
  3. Ruth Crawford Seeger: Theme and Variations, 1923. Jenny Lin, piano. From "The World of Ruth Crawford Seeger". BIS CD 1310.
  4. Elizabeth Pizer: Strains and Restraints. Teresa McCollough, piano. From "New American Piano Music". innova CD 552.
  5. K&D Show ID by Canary Burton
  6. Maurice Ravel: Menuet sur le no de Haydn. Nurit Tilles, piano. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  7. Alexandre Tansman: Homage à Ravel. Nurit Tilles, piano. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  8. Arthur Honegger: Homage à Ravel. Nurit Tilles, piano. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  9. Robert Helps: Homage à Ravel. Nurit Tilles, piano. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  10. Tom Pierson: Piano Sonata. Nurit Tilles, piano. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  11. Paul Paccione: Stations - To Morton Feldman. Nurit Tilles, piano. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  12. Nurit Tilles: The Kitchen Table. Nurit Tilles, piano. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  13. Nurit Tilles: Raw Silk. Nurit Tilles, piano. Recorded by MaltedMedia at the Ought-One Festival of NonPop.
  14. Gregory Boardman: Monlog.3. Corey Jane Holt, piano. From "Bonk Festival of New Music 2002". BONK CD BFM-091.
    Nurit Tilles at Ought-One made possible by Shigeru Kawai Piano Company.

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The Peepers Arrive
  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. Spring peepers, recorded by Dennis Báthory-Kitsz, playing throughout the program.
  3. Tom Lopez: Curvatures. Zeta String Quartet. From "Compilation for Kalvos & Damian". Recording provided by the composer.
  4. Brian Reinbolt: SFe. From "SIBOSOP Volume 1.0". Recording provided by the composer.
  5. Levendis: direct and instantaneous contact. Lenny Young and Joshue Yohe. From "actions: productive of a process". Sach CD 9348.
  6. K&D Show ID by Dennis Darrah
  7. Rocco DiPietro: Baudrillard's Room. Len Gormley, trombone. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Jay Williams: Upward Mobility. Recording provided by the composer.
  9. Dean Drummond: Before the Last Laugh. From "Newband". innova CD 561.
  10. Erika Jürgens: One Night in Bombay. From "made for.................". No Edition CD 63.
  11. Erika Jürgens: Fitness for Beginners. From "made for.................". No Edition CD 63.
  12. John Herndon: Kyoshi's Pop. From "BitStreams: Sound works from the exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art". Whitney/JdK CD JdK06.
  13. Ikue Mori: The Peony Lantern. From "BitStreams: Sound works from the exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art". Whitney/JdK CD JdK06.
  14. David Gunn: Tannerka. Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. K&D Show ID by Alex Abele
  16. Chris Paul Harman: Procession Burlesque. Marc Sabat, violin; Stephen Clarke, piano. Centrediscs CD CMCCD 7201.
  17. Shar: Feel Better, Doctor!. From "Pop Music". Outer Realm Records CD ORR 1001.
  18. Shar: Sex Between Consenting Donkeys. From "Pop Music". Outer Realm Records CD ORR 1001.

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Home Shanti, Bébé, Bébé
  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. Elizabeth Falconer: Water Colors. From "Water Colors". Sparkling Beatnik Records CD SBR0018.
  3. Jarrad Powell: Gending Erhu. Gamelan Pacifica. From "Trance Gong". OODiscs CD WN0016.
  4. K&D show ID by Jarrad Powell
  5. Janice Giteck: Om Shanti I, from “Home (revisted),” New Albion CD NA054CD.
  6. Janice Giteck: Om Shanti II and III, from “Home (revisted),” New Albion CD NA054CD.
  7. Janice Giteck: Om Shanti IV and V, from “Home (revisted),” New Albion CD NA054CD.
  8. Janice Giteck: Agrarian Chants 1. Paul Taub, flutes. From "Oo-ee: Solo flute music from the Pacific Northwest". Periplum CD P0070.
  9. K&D show ID by Christopher DeLaurenti
  10. Janice Giteck: Agrarian Chants 2. Paul Taub, flutes. From "Oo-ee: Solo flute music from the Pacific Northwest". Periplum CD P0070.
  11. Janice Giteck: Tapasya, from “Home (revisted),” New Albion CD NA054CD.
  12. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar, Mark LXX. Recording provided by the composer.

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Seattle Slew
  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. Steve Reich: Pulses (opening), Sections 1 and 2, from “Music for 18 Musicians,” Steve Reich and Musicians, Nonesuch CD 79448-2.
  3. The Bran Flakes: The Magical Fairy Princess, from “Seattle Experimental Music Collective,” Sonicabal CD 2.
  4. Ffej: Morningspeak, from “Seattle Experimental Music Collective,” Sonicabal CD 2.
  5. Robert Pearson: Large Cortical Areas, from “Seattle Experimental Music Collective,” Sonicabal CD 2.
  6. Christopher DeLaurenti: Malevolent, from “Seattle Experimental Music Collective,” Sonicabal CD 2.
  7. K&D show ID by David Heuser
  8. Ellen Fullman: Departure, from “Body Music,” Experimental Intermedia CD XI 109.
  9. Janice Giteck: Tapasya, from “Home (revisted),” New Albion CD NA054CD.
  10. Jon Keliehor: Peaches of Immortality, from “trance gong,” Gamelan Pacifica, OO Discs CD WN CD 0016.
  11. Elizabeth Falconer: Hakaze, from “Water Colors: New Music for Koto,” Sparkling Beatnik Records CD SBR0018.
  12. Steve Layton: The Long Dance, from “Real and Unreal,” privately released exclusively for K&D’s New Music Bazaar CD.
  13. Jarrad Powell: Natura Abolita 2, from “Music for Dance, Volume 1,” recording provided by the composer..
  14. K&D show ID by Steve Smith
  15. Ernie Crews: Vilano, from “tuning@eartha.mills.edu, a microtonal music experience,” privately released CD
  16. Harry Partch: Barstow: Eight Hitchhikers’ Inscriptions from a Highway Railing at Barstow, California, from “Howl, USA,” Kronos Quartet, Nonesuch CD 79372-2.
  17. Frederic Rzewski: Down by the Riverside, from Four North American Ballads. Kathleen Supové, piano. From “Figure 88”, CRI CD 653.
  18. Steve Reich: Pulses (closing), from “Music for 18 Musicians,” Steve Reich and Musicians, Nonesuch CD 79448-2

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KotoWorld-o-Fun!
  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. Jin Hi Kim: EK for JC. From "Komungo". OO Discs CD OO70.
  3. Jin Hi Kim: Dance of Meditation. From "Komungo". OO Discs CD OO70.
  4. Ellen Fullman: Receeding Parade: Train Whistle Alternate [sic]. From "Change of Direction". New Albion CD NA102 CD.
  5. Ellen Fullman: Aconcon Progression. From "Change of Direction". New Albion CD NA102 CD.
  6. K&D show ID by Ellen Fullman
  7. Jarrad Powell: Suite for Koto. Elizabeth Falconer, koto. From "Water Colors". Sparkling Beatnik Records CD SBR0018.
  8. Elizabeth Falconer: Drawing Water from a Mountain Stream. From "Deep Pool". Koto World CD KW003.
  9. Elizabeth Falconer: Azalea and Butterfly. From "Deep Pool". Koto World CD KW003.
  10. Elizabeth Falconer: Hakaze. From "Water Colors". Sparkling Beatnik Records CD SBR0018.
  11. K&D show ID by Elizabeth Falconer
  12. Elizabeth Falconer: The Crane's Story. From "The Crane's Story: Tales of Love from Japan". Koto World CD KW006.
  13. Jarrad Powell: The Moon and Sun are Eternal Travelers. Paul Taub, flutes. From "Oo-ee: Solo flute music from the Pacific Northwest". Periplum CD P0070.

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Gammagong
  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: Threnody for Carlos Chavez. Evergreen Club. From "Palace". Artifact (Canada) CD ART-012.
  3. David Demnitz: Second Hand. From "Gamelan as a Second Language". Gamelan Son of Lion CD GSOL CD-2
  4. Jon Keliehor: Peaches of Immortality. Gamelan Pacifica. From "trance gong". OODiscs CD WN0016.
  5. Jarrad Powell: Suite for Koto. Elizabeth Falconer, koto. From "Water Colors". Sparkling Beatnik Records CD SBR0018.
  6. Elizabeth Falconer: Hakaze. From "Water Colors". Sparkling Beatnik Records CD SBR0018.
  7. K&D show ID by Elizabeth Falconer
  8. Jarrad Powell: Suite for Koto. Elizabeth Falconer, koto. From "Water Colors". Sparkling Beatnik Records CD SBR0018.
  9. John Cage: Haikai, #6-8. Evergreen Club. From "Road to Ubud". Artifact (Canada) CD ART-021.
  10. Jarrad Powell: Gending Erhu. Gamelan Pacifica. From "trance gong". OODiscs CD WN0016.
  11. K&D show ID by Jarrad Powell
  12. Jarrad Powell: Boundaries 1. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Jarrad Powell: Boundaries 2. Recording provided by the composer.
  14. Jarrad Powell: Boundaries 3. Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Jarrad Powell: Boundaries 4. Recording provided by the composer.
  16. Jarrad Powell: Boundaries 5. Recording provided by the composer.
  17. Jarrad Powell: Boundaries 6. Recording provided by the composer.
  18. Jarrad Powell: Boundaries 7. Recording provided by the composer.
  19. Jarrad Powell: Compass 1. Recording provided by the composer.
  20. Jarrad Powell: Compass 2. Recording provided by the composer.
  21. Jarrad Powell: Compass 3. Recording provided by the composer.
  22. Jarrad Powell: Natura Abolita 2. Recording provided by the composer.

Additional interview questions by Steve Layton

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The Hats Squeak
  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. Peter Garland: Palm Trees - Pine Trees. Essential Music. Recorded by MaltedMedia.
  3. Ruth Crawford Seeger: Five Preludes. Jenny Lin, piano. BIS CD 1310.
  4. K&D show ID by Janice Giteck
  5. David Mahler: for Thom Miller. From "the voice of the POET". Artifact (USA) CD ART 1019.
  6. David Mahler: One Banned Man. Paul Taub, flute. From "Oo-ee". Periplum CD P0070.
  7. Scott MX Turner: Vermont State Song. The Devil's Advocates. Recorded by MaltedMedia.
  8. David Mahler: A Chorale That Ludvig Lindeman Wrote. From "Hearing Voices". Tzadik CD TZ7064.
    Mix:
  9. David Mahler: Wagnerian Opera. From "Hearing Voices". Tzadik CD TZ7064.
  10. Stuart Dempster: Alternate Realities. Paul Taub, flute. From "Oo-ee". Periplum CD P0070.
    End of mix
  11. K&D show ID by David Mahler
  12. David Mahler: Cup of Coffee. From "the voice of the POET". Artifact (USA) CD ART 1019.
  13. Larry Polansky: Movement for Andréa Smith (My Funny Valentine for just string quartet). Ron Erickson. Artifact (USA) CD ART 1011.
  14. Daniel Goode: Six Fractal Fingers. From "Clarinet Songs". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 113.
  15. John Starrett: Citified Notions. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu: a microtonal music experience". [no label, no number]

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Surviving Seven Years
  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. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Prometheus Variations (for David Gunn and Christopher DeLaurenti). Recording provided by the composer.
  3. Meri von Kleinsmid: Chi-Tape, parts 58-62. American Archive Recordings CD AAR 005.
  4. Telephone visit with James Bohn
  5. K&D show ID by James Bohn
  6. Christopher de Laurenti: Three Camels for Orchestra. From "Three Camels for Orchestra and other New and Weird American Music". American Archive Recordings CD AAR 003.
  7. Christopher de Laurenti: Cocaine. From "n30". Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Live visit with John Levin and Eric Boyer.
  9. Christopher de Laurenti: Malevolent. From "Sonicabal 2". Seattle Experimental Music Collective CD, [no number]
  10. K&D show ID by Eric Boyer
  11. Christopher de Laurenti: Harbinger. From "n30". Recording provided by the composer.
  12. David Gunn: Best of the Bazaar Mark LXXI. Recording provided by the composer.
  13. Scratch Orchestra: Pilgrimage from Scattered Points on the Surface of the Body to the Brain, the Inner Ear, the Heart and the Stomach. From "Not Necessarily 'English Music'. Electronic Music Foundation CD EMF CD 036.

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In Sweet Harmonics
  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: Dream Time. Deep Listening Band. From "Tosca Salad". Deep Listening CD DL 3 1995 CD. Happy birthday, Pauline!
  3. Pauline Oliveros: Not Very Deep Hockets. Deep Listening Band. From "Tosca Salad". Deep Listening CD DL 3 1995 CD.
  4. Kalvos: Four harmonics examples.
  5. J. S. Bach: Two-Part Invention in A Minor in 17 orchestrations by Kalvos.
  6. K&D Show ID by Mary Jane Leach
  7. Stuart Hinds: Blues. In harmonic singing. Recording provided by the composer.
  8. Carter Scholz: Kaleidophon. Harmonic series. From "tuning@eartha.mills.edu" [no label, no number]
  9. James Tenney: Spectral Canon for Conlon Nancarrow. From "Cold Blue". Cold Blue Music CD CB0008.
  10. Ellen Fullman: Body Language. From "Body Language". Experimental Intermedia CD XI 109.
  11. Ellen Fullman: Harmonic Cross Sweep - Overtone Series of C Chord Progression. From "Change of Direction". New Albion CD NA 102 CD.
  12. Ellen Fullman: Backward Bunny Hop. From "Change of Direction". New Albion CD NA 102 CD.
  13. Ellen Fullman: Receeding Parade: Train Whistle Alternate [sic]. From "Change of Direction". New Albion CD NA 102 CD.
  14. Ellen Fullman: TexasTravelTexture, 1-2. From "Suspended Music". Periplum CD P0010.
  15. K&D Show ID by Steve Smith
  16. Harry Bertoia: Sounding Sculptures 1965-1972, 'four of his larger sculptures'. From "The Sounds of Sound Sculpture". A.R.C. Records LP ST 1001.
  17. Harry Bertoia: Sounding Sculptures 1965-1972, 'a Bertoia gong'. From "The Sounds of Sound Sculpture". A.R.C. Records LP ST 1001.
  18. Paul Panhuysen: Partita for 16 Long Strings Proportionately Tuned. From "Partitas for Long Strings". Experimental Intermedia CD XI122.
  19. David Gunn: Recipe for Appalachian Squalor. Recording provided by the composer, from K&D show #44.
  20. Tom Heasley: Prelude. From "ambient tuba". innova CD 566.

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Learning a Language
  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 Gunn: Rain and Brook-a-Babble privately-produced You-Are-There CD.
  3. John Adams: Shaking and Trembling and Hymning Slews from Shaker Loops. London Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Warren-Green, conductor. From “Minimalist.” Ultraviolet CD 7243 5 6112124.
  4. Ellen Fullman: Train. From "Ellen Songs". Privately-produced CD provided by the composer – a week late, but never mind.
  5. Ellen Fullman/Woody Guthrie: I Ain’t Got No Home. From "Ellen Songs". Privately-produced CD provided by the composer.
  6. Ellen Fullman: Bottle Glass. From "Ellen Songs". Privately-produced CD provided by the composer.
  7. Ellen Fullmann: Margaret tuned the radio in between two stations. From "Ellen Songs". Privately-produced CD provided by the composer.
  8. K&D Show ID by a whole bunch of folks, as created for ASCAP at Lincoln Center.
  9. Dave Heath: The Frontier. London Chamber Orchestra, Christopher Warren-Green, conductor. From “Minimalist.” Ultraviolet CD 7243 5 6112124.

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Whack with Authority!
  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. Bernard Herrmann: Fahrenheit 451, Finale. From "Bernard Herrmann Film Music". Milan CD 73138 35643-2.
  3. Steve Layton: Cry. From "Night Music". MP3.com CD 51267.
  4. Frank Zappa: Jazz from Hell. From "Jazz From Hell". Rykodisc CD RCD 10030.
  5. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: Raven Black TV Series Theme. From "Screams from Lima". Recording provided by the composer.
  6. Howard Jonathan Fredrics: The Distance Trailer. From "Screams from Lima". Recording provided by the composer.
  7. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Mountain Dawn Fanfare, beginning. Midi version provided by the composer.
  8. Dennis Báthory-Kitsz: Mountain Dawn Fanfare, conclusion. Montpelier Chamber Orchestra Society, Catherine Broucek Orr, conductor. From "Sounds & Colors of Vermont". maltedmedia CD
  9. K&D Show ID by Christopher deLaurenti
  10. Steve Layton: My Double Deep. From "Real and Unreal". Recording provided by the composer.
  11. Steve Layton: Pegasus. From "Real and Unreal". Recording provided by the composer.
  12. Steve Layton: The Church of the World. From "Real and Unreal". Recording provided by the composer.
  13. K&D Show ID by Matt Borghi
  14. Steve Layton: The Long Dance. From "Real and Unreal". Recording provided by the composer.
  15. Jerry Gerber: Moon Festival from Five Songs on the Poetry of Tu Fu. Janet Campbell, voice. From "Moon Festival". Ottava Records CD 02-006.
  16. Jerry Gerber: Homecoming Late at Night from Five Songs on the Poetry of Tu Fu. Janet Campbell, voice. From "Moon Festival". Ottava Records CD 02-006.
  17. Erika Jürgens: Peach. Recording provided by the composer.
  18. Lou Reed: A Walk on the Wild Side. From "Dictionaraoke" collection at http://www.dictionaraoke.com/

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