Martian Gardens Episode 1057

Martian Gardens Episode 1057
Recorded at Max’s home studio,
Amherst, Massachusetts
April 4, 2021
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Hour 1

George Crumb: Easter Dawning
Complete Crumb Edition, Volume Five
Bridge Records/2001
carillon bells: Don Cook; recorded at Brigham Young University; Salt Lake City, September 2001; composition year: 1992; time: 4:06

UVA Percussion Ensemble: Rite of the Elves (S. Chen)
Speed of Sound (various composers)
Innova Recordings/2019
UVA Percussion Ensemble members (Aliyah Cotton, Julianna Lee, Mark Panetti, Crystal Triplett, Tyler James Wash); recorded at the Old Cabell Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 2016-2018; composer: Sophia Chen; composition year: 2015; time: 4:32

Third Coast Percussion: Rebel (C. Assad)
Sergio & Clarice Assad
Çedille Records/2021
percussion: Third Coast Percussion; recorded at the Chicago Recording Company, January 2020; composer: Clarice Assad; time: 4:21

Third Coast Percussion: Amazon River (from Aguas de Amazonia) [P. Glass]
Paddle to the Sea (various composers)
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; time: 9:35

Peter Gilbert: Channeling the Waters
Burned Into the Orange

New Focus Recordings/2021 (for download)
Wave Dash (flute: Camilla Hoitenga; percussion: Magdalena Meitzner); recorded at Keller Hall, Albuquerque, composition year: 2019; time: 8:33

Chaya Czernowin: The Memory of Water
MAIM [Water]

Mode Records/2010 (for download)
saxophone, tubax: Rico Gubler; piano, harpsichord: John Mark Harris; guitars: Seth Josel; viola: Mary Oliver; musette, oboe, English horn: Peter Veale; live electronics: Experimental Studio of Rado SWR; orchestra: Konzerthausorchester Berlin, conductor: Johannes Kaltitzke; recorded at the MaerzMuzik Festival of Contemporary Music by Berliner Festspiele, Konzerthaus Berlin, March 17, 2007; composition years: 2002-2006; time: 8:32

Guy Barash: selections from Wrong Ocean (Sting Quartet No. 1)
a. High Water (1:52)
b. Low Water (2:19)
Facts About Water
Innova Recordings/2014
violins: Cornelius Dufallo, Jennifer Choi; viola: Lev ‘Ljova’ Zhurbin; cello: Yves Dharamraj; recorded at EastSide Sound, New York City; composition year: 2012; total selections time: 4:11

Tod Dockstader: Water Music, Part Four

musique concrete (sourced from kitchen spigot); composition year: 1963; selection time: 2:26

Hour 2

Dean Rosenthal: Cooper Lake, Woodstock, New York

Editions Wandelweiser Records/2020
stones-into-water percussion: Russel Craig Richardson; recorded at Cooper Lake, Woodstock, New York, March 27, 2013; time: 6:34

Natasha Barrett: Waterfall (Microclimate V)
Bouteilles de Klein

empreintes DIGITALes/2010
environmental sound sources recorded in Western Norway; composed at the composer’s studio, Oslo, 2007; premiered in Bergen, Norway, September 1, 2007; time: 5:00

Annea Lockwood: Floating World, Part 1
Thousand Year Dreaming/Floating World

Pogus Productions/2007
field recordings — Shell Beach, Point Reyes, California, by Maggi Payne; Chimaya, New Mexico, by David Dunn; Bellagio, Lake Como, Italy, by Larry Austin; the New York Public Library reading room by Chris Mann; Swallow Hollow, Georgia, by Sorrel Hayes; oak tree branches, Sandia Crest, New Mexico, by Steve Peters; sonogram of jugular, Flathead Lake, Montana, by Ruth Anderson; Patarau Beach, New Zealand (microphone buried in gravel) by John Cousins; Gannets, Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand, by Philip Dadson; Peebles Island, Mohawk River, New York, by Warren Burt; Canal Spillway, Delaware River, Pennsylvania, by Brenda Hutchinson; editing, composition: Annea Lockwood; composition year: 1999; selection time: 6:09

Robert Scott Thompson: Still the Syllables of Water Whisper

Somewherecold Records/2021
electronic music: RST; recorded at the Resonance Observatory, September-October, 2020; time: 3:55

Mother Mallard’s Portable Masterpiece Co.: Waterwheel
Like a Duck to Water

Music for Synthesizer Ensemble
Cuneiform Records/2001 (orig. Earthquack LP/1976)
Moog synthesizers: David Borden, Judy Borsher, Steven Drews; composer: Steven Drews; recorded at Celebration Sound, Ithaca, New York, 1976; time: 10:02

Paul Schütze: The Memory of Water
Green Evil (Stray Particles 1982-1996)

Tone Casualties/1998
electronics: Paul Schütze; time: 5:04

Brian Eno: Slow Water
Music for Films

Editions EG/1978
piano, keyboards, synthesizers, treatments: Brian Eno; electric guitar: Robert Fripp; time: 3:16

Erdem Helvacioğlu: Below the Cold Ocean
Wounded Breath

Aucourant Records/2008
(electroacoustic music); mastered at ITU MIAM Studios, Istanbul; composition year: 2007; time: 11:51

Hour 3

Benjamin Boretz: The River Between
BENJAMINBORETZ9X9 (various artists)
Open Space/2016
PolyMoog synthesizer, wooden flute: Benjamin Boretz; composition year: 1987; time: 18:29

Mary Jane Leach: O Magna Vasti Creta
Ariadne’s Lament

New World Records/1998
New York Treble Singers, conductor: Virginia Davidson; Cassatt String Quartet (violins: Muneko Otani, Jennifer Leshmower; viola: Michiko Oshima; cello: Kelley Mikkelsen); recorded at the American Academy of Arts and Letters; composition year: 1997; time: 9:16

Poul Ruders: Tranquilo Sognante (Symphony No. 5, Mvt. II)
Symphony No. 5

Ruders Edition 10
Bridge Records/2016
The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, conductor: Olari Elts; recorded at Koncertsalen, Koncerthuset, København, Denmark, January 2015; composition years: 2012-2013; selection time: 10:27

Wesley Fuller: Concertpiece
Seven by Seven

Seven Pieces for Computer-Generated Sound and Instruments
Neuma Records/2021
(for computer and violin); violin: Nancy Cirillo; recorded at Little Center Theater, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts; composition year: 1982; time: 14:34

— FIN —

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