Martian Gardens Episode 939

Martian Gardens Episode 939
Recorded at Max’s home studio,
Amherst, Massachusetts
July 22, 2018
Contact Max Shea: 
martiangardens@gmail.com
(or just leave a comment below)
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Hour 1

SET ONE
Ralph Samuelson: Hi Kaeshi Hachi Mi Fu (R. Teitelbaum)
The Universal Flute
Innova Recordings/2016
shakuhachi: Ralph Samuelson; recorded at EastSide Sound, 2014 – 2015; composer: Richard Teitelbaum; composition year: 1974; time: 8:56

Richard Teitelbaum: TBCi/bRT
Solo Live
Mutable Music/2012
piano, bells, slide whistle, Crackle Box, distant sirens: Richard Teitelbaum; recorded for the “Creative Differences” series at An Die Musik, Baltimore, April 11, 2009; time: 14:28

SET TWO
James Tenney: Harmonium #1
Harmonium
New World Records/2018
(for variable ensemble); members of the Scordatura Ensemble (voice: Alfrun Schmid; viola: Elizabeth Smalt; keyboard: Bob Gilmor)e; recorded at Amplus Studio, Aigem, Belgium; composition year: 1976; time: 10:25

James Tenney: String Complement (with Ergodos II)
Melody, Ergodicity and Indeterminacy
Mode Records/2007
(for computer and strings); members of the Barton Workshop (violin: Jacob Plooij; viola: Manuel Visser; cello: Nina Hitz; contrabass: Stefan Pliquette); recorded in Amsterdam, winter 2007; composition year: 1964; time: 10:27

SET THREE
Stephen Whittington: Journey of an Immortal
Windmill
Cold Blue Music/2017
Zephyr Quartet (violins: Belinda Gehlert, Emily Tulloch; viola: Jason Thomas; cello: Hilary Kleinig); recorded at EMU Studio One, Adelaide, Australia, September 22-24, 2016; mastered at Architecture Studios, March 2017; composition year: 2010; time: 4:54

Stuart Hinds: Morning Song
60 x 60 — 2006/2007 (various artists)
Vox Novus/2008
solo overtone singing: Stuart Hinds; composition year: 2006; time: 1:00

Hour 2

SET FOUR
Brian Belet: Name Droppings
Sufficient Trouble
Compositions for Computer, Live Instruments, and Voice
Ravello Records/2017
(for voices and Kyma software); realized and mixed at Left Edge Studio, Campbell, California, June 30, 2016, composition year: 2008; time: 5:13

Jackson Mac Low: Thanks
Open Secrets
XI Records/1993
(indeterminate vocal work, three superimposed performances, six voices); voices: Jackson Mac Low (Forties), Anne Tardos; texts: Mac Low, Anne Tardos, Tibor Tardos (Girl Over the Eiffel Tower); Simone Signoret (Nostalgia Ain’t What it Used to Be); WordPerfect magazine (March, 1993 issue); composition year: 1960; time: 9:54

Paul Lansky: Notjustmoreidlechatter
Electro-Acoustic Music 1 (various artists)
Neuma Records/1990
computer music: Paul Lansky; realized at Princeton University, 1988; time: 7:55

SET FIVE
The Bifurcators: The Rose Window
Gang of Two
Live recordings of ensemble works for instruments, computers, and other electronics
Artifact Recordings/1995
computer-controlled synthesizers, sampler, pre-recorded sounds, MIDI performance controls, signal processing, electronic noise-makers, radios: Philip Perkins; electric and electronic guitars: Scott Fraser; recorded in San Francisco; time: 12:00

Iannis Xenakis: Concret PH
Electronic Music
EMF/1997
electroacoustic music (sound source: burning charcoal); created for the Philips Pavilion under the direction of Le Corbusier, Expo ’58, Brussels, composition year: 1958; time: 2:42

Devin Ashton-Beaucage: ES6
Deep Wireless 9 — Radio Art online album (various artists)
New Adventures in Sound Art/2013
environmental sounds recorded in the Charlevoix region, Quebec; composition realized at the composer’s studio, Montreal; time: 8:32

SINGLE PLAY
Julia Wolfe: Flowers
Anthracite Fields
Cantaloupe Music/2015
The Bang On A Can All-Stars with the Choir of Trinity Wall Street; prerecorded voices: Pennsylvania coal miners (archival material, and interviews conducted by Julia Wolfe); recorded at Water Music Recorders, Hoboken, New Jersey; composition year: 2014; time: 6:29

Hour 3

SINGLE PLAY
Philip Mantione: Riverside Whistles and Bells (1st 1/2)
Riverside Bells and Whistles
Pteroglyph/2015
(for bell ringing group, train whistles, and environmental sounds at Riverside, California); First Congregational Church of Riverside Carillon: Linda Corbitt, with the FCCR Handbell Choir; conductor, electronics, whistles and bells computer processing: Philip Mantione; recorded on Mission Inn Avenue and the roof of the Riverside Arts Museum, 2015; time: 22:14 (1st 1/2 of 45:24)

SINGLE PLAY
Jerry Hunt: Chimanzzi Link (2)
Haramand Plane — Three Translation Links
Pogus Productions/2013 (orig. What Next? CD/1995)
(electronic process music) electronics: Jerry Hunt; composition year: 1993; time: 28:50

SET SIX
BLOB: Robust Bog
The NYFA Collection (various artists)
25 Years of New York New Music 
Innova Recordings/2010
double bass, effects devices: John Lindberg; electric guitar, MIDI guitar: Ted Orr; drums: Harvey Sorgen; clarinets, bass saxophone, tuba, bass trombone, flute: Ralph Carney; time: 1:44

Pauline Oliveros: Boone Bog (brief excerpts)
Reverberations — Tape & Electronic Music 1961-1970 (boxed set)
Important Records/2014
realized at the Mills Tape Music Center, Mills College, Oakland, 1966-1967; excerpts time: 1:30

— FIN —

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