Martian Gardens Episode 1078

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Martian Gardens Episode 1078
Recorded at Max’s home studio,
Amherst, Massachusetts
September 19, 2021
Contact Max Shea: martiangardensmax@gmail.com 
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Hour 1

SINGLE PLAY
Ingram Marshall: Woodstone
September Canons

New World Records/2009
The Berkeley Gamelan, director: Daniel Schmidt; recorded in Berkeley, 1981; composition year: 1981; time: 17:28

SINGLE PLAY
Benjamin Boretz: Downtime
Open Space 48 (Forshee/Boretz)
Open Space/2021
(for piano and percussion ensemble); original computer-generated performance; composition year: 2005; time: 19:44

SET ONE
James Caldwell: Hip Pocket Music
No. 28 (1:36)
No. 29 (1:34)
No. 30 (1:06)
No. 31 (1:20)
No. 32 (1:44)
Pocket Music
concrète miniatures 1998-2020
Neuma Records/2021
electroacoustic music created at the composer’s studio, and the Electronic Music Studios of the University of Western Illinois, Macomb; composition year: 2015; time: 7:11

Lee Noyes & J.C. Combs: Girl in the Wave
Confessions of a Deviant Machine

Con-V Edition/2011
percussion, prepared piano, electronics, processing: Lee Noyes; electronics, piano, processing: J.C. Combs; recorded in Dunedin, Arizona, and Seattle, Washington, 2009-2011; time: 3:16

Ron Nagorcka: Lunulata (from Just Bluffing for Quamby)
Atom Bomb Becomes Folk Art

Pogus Productions/2014
electroacoustic music in just intonation: Ron Nagorcka; sound source: Quamby Bluff, Tazmania; composition year: 2009; selection time: 7:44

Hour 2

SINGLE PLAY
Bernard Parmegiani: Striés
Stries — For 3 Synthesizers and Tape

Mode Records/2021
synthesizers: Collette Broeckaert, Sebastian Berweck; Martin Lorenz; recorded at Hertz-Lab ZKM, Center for Arts and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany; composition year: 1980; time: 20:01

SET TWO
Andrew Lewis: Lexicon
Au-delà

empreintes DIGITALes/2013
(for video and 8 channels of fixed media) realized at the Electroacoustic Music Studios of the University of Bangor, Wales, and at the Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras, Morelia, Mexico, 2012; poem by Tom (a 12 year old boy with dyslexia); premiered at MANTIS Fall 2012: Concert 3, Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall, University of Manchester, UK, October 28, 2012; time: 16:35

Brian Eno: My Squelchy Life
Nerve Net

Warner Bros./1992
electric guitar, synthesizer, voice: Brian Eno; bass drum: Sugarfoot Moffett; bass guitar: Romeo Williams; keyboard percussion: Benmont Tench; additional voices: Nell Catchpole, Anita Patel, Guy Barber, Helen May, John May, John Moorby, Joyce Robinson, Maria Eno, Penny Moorby, Rupel Patel, Sophie Rawlings, Sunita Patel, Yogish Patel; recorded in London and Los Angeles; time: 4:02

SET THREE
Dariusz: Mazurowski: My Polish Songbook
Hidden Dimensions

Neuma Records/2018
electroacoustic music: Dariusz Mazurowski; recorded at De Em Studios, Gdańsk, Poland; premiered at the Audio Art Festival, Bunkier Sztuki, Kraków, November 21, 2013; composition year: 2013; time: 7:48

id m theft ableThe Curve of the Earth
Well I Fell in Love With the Eye at the Bottom of the Well
Pogus Productions/2021
sound collage recorded and assembled 2015–2020; time: 2:10

Hour 3

SINGLE PLAY
Loadbang: CVS (S. Wollschleger)
Plays Well With Others (various composers)
New Focus Recordings/2021
baritone (voice); Jeffrey Gavett; trumpet: Andy Kozar; bass clarinet: Adrian Sandi; piano: Steve Beck; string section players unspecified; concertmaster: Chris Otto, conductor: Eduardo Leandro; recorded at Oktaven Audio, Mt. Vernon, New York; February and October, 2020; composer: Scott Wollschleger; composition year: 2020; time: 17:12

SINGLE PLAY
Quey Percussion Duo: Impressions of Chinese Opera
I. Chang he Zuo (7:16)
II. Nian (3:35)
III. Da (8:17)
soniChroma
Innova Recordings/2019
percussion: Gene Koshinski, Tim Broscious; recorded at Weber Music Hall, University of Minnesota, Duluth; composer: Gene Koshinksi; composition year: 2012; total time: 19:08

SET FOUR
Bun-Ching Lam: Age D’or (Golden Age)
Conversations With My Soul

Navona Records/2021
baritone: Thomas Buckner; French horn: Tim McCarthy; text: Arthur Rimbaud; recorded at Systems II, Brooklyn, engineer: Tom Hamilton; May 9, 2018; composition year: 2011; time: 6:39

Tom Hamilton:
a. Canal St. (4:09)
b. 23rd St. (4:52
Off-Hour Wait State — Some Music About the Subway
O.O. Discs/1996
electronic environment: Tom Hamilton; baritone: Thomas Buckner; trombone: Peter Zummo; recorded at Dante DeSole and Looking Glass Studios, New York City; electronic environment created at The Pickle Factory, New York City, total selections time: 9:01

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