Martian Gardens Episode 945

Martian Gardens Episode 945
Recorded at Max’s home studio,
Amherst, Massachusetts
September 4-6, 2018
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Hour 1

Randy Weston: Roots of the Nile
Ancient Future
Mutable Music/2002
piano: Randy Weston; recorded at River Music Studio, New York City, June 2001; time: 5:34

In memory of Randy Weston (April 3, 1926 — September 1, 2018)

Ingram Marshall: September Canons
September Canons
New World Records/2009
violin, electronic processing: Todd Reynolds; a lamentation on the events of September 11, 2001; composition year: 2002; time: 13:19

Neil Rolnick: Fiddle Faddle
Shadow Quartet
Innova Recordings/2005
computer interactive violin: Todd Reynolds; recorded at Elff Productions, Brooklyn; composition year: 2003 time: 7:28

Iannis Xenakis: Terretektorth
Orchestral Works
Mode Records/2017
(for 88 musicians dispersed among the public); The Residentie Orkest The Hague, conductor: Arturo Tamayo; recorded at The Holland Festival, Amsterdam, 2011; composition years: 1965-1966; time: 14:53

Pierre Boulez: Polyphonie X, Mvt. II. Lent
Orchestral Works & Chamber Music
SWF Symphony Orchestra, conductor: Hans Rosbaud; recorded at Donaueschinger Musiktage, Germany, 1951; composition year: 1951; selection time: 4:09

Anthony De Mare:
a. The Tale (2:37)*
b. Two Pieces for Piano: Slowly (1:38)**
c. Two Pieces for Piano: Quite Fast (1:10)**+
d. Travel Song (1:34)*

Piano and Voices — works by John Cage and Meredith Monk
piano, voice: Anthony De Mare; recorded at Master Sound, Astoria, Queens; composers: *Meredith Monk, **John Cage; composition years: a. 1973, b-c. 1935 (revised 1974); d. 1981; total selections time: 7:16
+Not included on WXOJ version

For Anthony De Mare‘s birthday, September 4, 2018

Hour 2

David Mooney: At the Hot Dog Dam
Interior Landscape
David Mooney/2013
field recordings from the Frick Park Hot Dog Dam, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; processed at the composer’s studio, Pittsburgh; time: 14:34

Philip Perkins: Ofc. D
At the Other End of the Day — (Improvisations 2005 -2008)
Fun Music/2008
sounds, tapes, recordings: Philip Perkins; recorded at the composer’s studio, San Francisco; time: 5:50

Kent Butkovich: Platform
Deep Wireless 8 — Radio Art Compilation (various artists)
New Adventures in Sound Art/2011
field recordings from the Toronto subway system; processed at the composer’s studio, Toronto; time: 1:00

NOTUS: Landscape with the Fall of Icarus (In Flight, mvt. I) (J. Gibson)
Of Radiance & Refraction
Innova Recordings/2018
(for chorus and electronics); NOTUS, director: Dominick DiOrio; tenor: Nicholas Chuaqui; text: William Carlos Williams; recorded at the University of Indiana, Bloomington; composer: John Gibson; composition year: 2015; selection time: 6:44

James Mobberley: Eleven Feet From the Sun (Icarus Wept, part 5)
Music of James Mobberley
(for trumpet and fixed media); trumpet: Keith Benjamin; composition years: 1994-1997; selection time: 6:29

Enzo Minarelli:
a. First polypoem for a great man: Genghis Khan (1:30)
b. Second polypoem for a great man: Genghis Khan (3:59)

Pogus Productions/2012
vocalizations, processing: Enzo Minarelli; time: 5:30

Ingrid Drese: Sempre Dolce (for Francis Dhomont’s 80th birthday)
empreintes DIGITALes/2009
electroacoustic music/fixed media: Ingrid Drese; realized at the composer’s studio, Ohain, Belgium; composition year: 2006; premiered at the 14th International Acousmatic Festival, L’Espace du Son at Théâtre Marni, October 17, 2007; time: 4:06

Ganesh Anandan/John Gzowski: At My Critical Counterpart
Shruti Project
Ambiances magnétiques/2008
Shruti stick: Ganesh Anandan; 19-tone guitar, bells: John Gzowski; recorded in Montreal; time: 4:12

Hour 3

Erik Griswold: Ecstatic Descent (excerpt)
Ecstatic Descent
Cold Blue Music/2017
piano: Erik Griswold; recorded at the composer’s studio, Brisbane, Australia, August 1, 2016; mastered at Architecture studios, Los Angeles, October 2016; composition year: 2008; excerpt time: first 10:00 of 40:00

Poul Ruders: Air with Changes
Occam’s Razor
Bridge Records/2018
(for four guitars); guitars: Xiaobo Pu, Yun Xiang, Hao Yang, David Starobin; recorded at New Rochelle Sound Studios, New Rochelle, New York, April 6, 2018; composition year: 1993; time: 5:22

Henry Kaiser & Jim O’Rourke: Last of the Few
Tomorrow Knows Where You Live
Les Disques Victo/1991
guitar duet: Henry Kaiser, Jim O’Rourke; recorded at Solid Sound Studio, Ann Arbor, March 3, 1991; time: 3:50

Andrew Byrne: Part II. Desert Life, Mvt. I: For piano and knocking
White Bone Country
New World Records/2009
piano: Stephen Gosling; knocks: David Shively; recorded at Patrych Sound Studios, Bronx, New York, June 27, 2007; composition year: 2006; time: 2:36

a. Some other things you are (1:39)
b. None of the things you are (4:18)

All These Things
Pogus Productions/1992
cello, banjo: Fred Lonberg-Holm; clarinets: Paul Hoskin; bassoon, Chinese shawm, musette: Leslie Ross; recorded at Roulette, New York City, date unlisted, total selections time: 5:57

Leslie Ross: Open Circuit
Drop by Drop, Suddenly
XI Records/2018
electronically filtered bassoon: Leslie Ross; time: 9:46

Gary DiBenedetto: Toy Store
Twin Towers
Electroshock Records/2010
recycled sound files: Gary DiBenedetto; mastered at Artemiy Artemiev’s Electroshock Studios, Moscow, December 2009; time: 4:55

Alfredo del Mónaco: Syntagma (a)
Desde El Otro Lado — Electroacoustic Music from Latin America (various artists)
O. O. Discs/1998
(for trombone and electronics); trombone: James Fulkerson; realized at the Columbia-Princenton Electronic Music Center, New York City, 1972; composition year: 1972; time: 7:42

— FIN —

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