Martian Gardens Episode 924

Martian Gardens Episode 924
Recorded at Max’s home studio,
Amherst, Massachusetts
March 11, 2018
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Hour 1

John Luther Adams: Everything That Rises (excerpt)
Everything that Rises
Cold Blue Music/2018
The JACK Quartet (violins: Christopher Otto, Austin Wulliman; viola: John Pickford Richards; cello: Jay Campbell); recorded at the Banff Center for the Arts, Banff, Alberta; July/October 2017; composition year: 2017; excerpt time (first 10 minutes): 10:00

Morton Feldman: For John Cage (excerpt)
For John Cage
Bridge Records/2017
violin: Erik Carlson; piano: Aleck Karis; recorded at Conrad Prebys Music Center, University of California San Diego, August 23-24, 2017; composition year: 1982; excerpt (second 10 minutes) time: 10:00

Morton Feldman: Chorus and Instruments
We, Like Salangan Swallows… (various artists)
A Choral Gallery of Morton Feldman and his Contemporaries
New World Records/2018
The Astra Choir, conductor: John McCaughey; violin: Aaron Barnden; viola: Alister Barker; double bass: Nicholas Synot; horn: Robert Shirley; tuba: Jason Catchpowle; percussion: Timothy Phillips; celeste, piano: Kim Bastin; recorded at the Carmelite Church, Middle Park, Melbourne, Australia, April 26, 2017; composition year: 1963; time: 11:14

John Luther Adams: Dream of the Hermit Thrush [MP3]
Canticles of the Holy Wind
Cantaloupe Music/2017
performed by The Crossing chamber choir, conductor: Donald Nally; percussion: Amy Garapic; recorded at St. Peter’s In The Great Valley, Malvern, Pennsylvania, September 15, 2013; composition year: 2013; time: 5:51

Charlie Morrow: Central Park 1850
XI Records/2011
sound source: Cornell Ornithological Lab; engineered by Charlie Morrow in Barton, Vermont; time: 3:37

Peter Garland: Living alone in the woods…(Ryokan)
Moon Viewing Music (Inscrutable Stillness Studies #1)
Cold Blue Music/2018
gongs, tam-tam: William Winant; recorded at Architecture Studios, Los Angeles, August 2017; composition year: 2016; time: 4:21

George Crumb: La luna está muerta, muerta…
Night of the Four Moons, Part I
Complete Crumb Edition Volume 11
Bridge Records/2008
The Aeolian Chamber Players — alto flute/piccolo: Erich Graf; banjo: Lewis Kaplan; cello: Paul Tobias; percussion: Raymond DesRoches; mezzo soprano: Jan DeGaetani; texts: Federico Garcia Lorca; recorded 1974; composition year: 1969; total selections time: 2:33

Péter Eötvös: Electrochronicle Session June 6, 1974
Budapest Music Center Records/2002
for stereo tape, recorded at WDR, Köln, 1974; time: 0:39

Hour 2

John Cage: 51′ 15.657″ (for a speaking percussionist) (excerpt)
The Works for Percussion 4
Mode Records/2017
A solo-simultaneous realization of of 45′ for a speaker (1954) and 27′ 10.554″ for a percussionist (1956); percussion: Bonnie Whiting; recorded at Studio A, University of California San Diego, May 2011; excerpt (final 10 minutes) time: 10:07

Steven Schick: Bone Alphabet (B. Ferneyhough)
Drumming in the Dark
Neuma Records/2000
percussion: Steven Schick; composer: Brian Ferneyhough; composition year: 1992; time: 10:17

Third Coast Percussion: selections from Aguas de Amazonia (P. Glass)
a. Xingu River (4:59)
b. Japurá River (2:57)

Paddle to the Sea
Çedille Records/2018
percussion: Third Coast Percussion; recorded at Electrical Audio, Chicago, December 2016; composer: Philip Glass; composition years: 1993-1999); arr. Third Coast Percussion; total selections time: 7:56

Judith Sainte Croix: Los Pájaros Blancos de la Noche Profunda
The NYFA Music Collection — 25 Years of New York New Music (various artists)|
Innova Recordings/2010
The Sonora Trio (piano: Judith Sainte Croix; flute: Andrew Bolotowsky; guitar: Oren Fader); recorded at Seltzer Sound Studios, New York City; composition year: 2008; time: 8:11

Robert Morris: Tête-à-Tête
Nine Piano Pieces — Tête-à-Tête — Wabi (Open Space 14)
Open Space/1999
guitar duet: William Anderson, Oren Fader; composition year: 1998; time: 8:14

William Anderson: selections from Diary of a Seducer (R. Martin)
Volume III — Guitar Trios
a. No. 34 (Agitato ♩ =138) (1:45)
b. No. 35 (Tempestuoso ♩ = 88) (1:53)
c. No. 36 (Sempre stringendo  ♩ = 184) (1:37)

Diary of a Seducer — Guitar Music of Wuorinen, Babbitt, Carter, Martin
guitar trio: William Anderson, Oren Fader, Mark Delpriora; composer: Robert Martin; composition years: 1981-1985; total selections time: 3:27

Hour 3

Marco Oppedisano: Flash Forward
Spectropol Records/2015
electoacosutic electric guitar, electric bass, samples: Marco Oppedisano; time: 3:31

Noah Creshevsky: Electric String Quartet
Man & Superman
Centaur Records/1992
electroacoustic music: Noah Creshevsky; composition year: 1988; time: 6:05

Jenny Olivia Johnson: Dollar Beers (Redondo Beach ’96)
Don’t Look Back
Innova Recordings/2015
vocals: Megan Schubert; flutes: Jessica Schmitz; clarinets: Eileen Mack; bassoon: Andrew Delcios; violin: Todd Reynolds; cellos: Peter Gregson, David Russell, Melinda Menzes; guitars: Lisa Liu; electric guitar, didgeridoo: Dan Kozak; pianos: Isabelle O’Connell, Eliko Akahori, Jake Penn Kozak; percussion: Jude Traxler; electronics, percussion, synthesizer, lyrics: Jenny Olivia Johnson; conductor: Nathaniel Berman; recorded at Oktaven Audio, Yonkers, New York; time: 9:55

Gavin Bryars: Più mosso (from Cello Concerto)
Farewell to Philosphy
Point Music/1997
cello: Julian Lloyd Webber; English Chamber Orchestra, conductor: James Judd; recorded at Abbey Road Studios, November 1995; composition year: 1995; selection time: 4:52

Sarah-Leith Izzard: Her Deepness*
Deep Wireless 9 — Radio Arts Compilation (online album)
New Adventures in Sound Art/2013
deep sea recordings, acousmatic sounds, processed guitar: Sarah-Leith Izzard; voice: Laurie Geddes; text: Shakespeare, “The Tempest”; composition year: 2012; time: 5:21
*inspired by Sylvia Earle

Alex Shapiro: Deep
Notes from the Kelp
Innova Recordings/2007
(for contrabassoon and electronics); contrabassoon: Leslie Lashinsky; additional percussion: Dan Morris; electroacoustic sounds: Alex Shapiro; recorded at Dino Falls Studio and Hanifan Productions; Los Angeles, 2004–2006; composition year: 2004; time: 7:35

Philip Mantione: Sawfly
Random 26
sound samples (may include triangle, claves, unamplifed electric guitar, recorder, orchestral music), processing: Philip Mantione; composition year: 1999; time: 6:03

Elizabeth Hoffman: Resonants
Intérieurs harmoniques
empreintes DIGITALes/2011
electroacoustic music realized at the composer‘s studio, New York City, 2010–2011 (source percussion: Time Table Percussion Trio); premiered at the Inner Soundscapes Festival, Pitman Recital Hall, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, April 15, 2011; time: 13:40

— FIN —

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