Martian Gardens Episode 1128

Martian Gardens Episode 1128
Recorded at Max’s home studio,
Amherst, Massachusetts
November 9, 2022
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Hour 1

David Felder: November Sky
Music of David Felder
Bridge Records/1995
flutes: Rachel Rudich; computer music: David Felder; computer processing engineered at at SUNY Buffalo and Banff Centre, Alberta; recorded at the University of California San Diego; 1992; composition year: 1992; time: 16:33

Horațiu Rădulescu: Capricorn’s Nostalgic Crickets, op. 16h*
Plasmatic Music, Vol. I

Mode Records/2022
clarinets: Sam Dunscombe; recorded at Conrad Prebys Music Centre, University of California San Diego, 2017; composition years: 1972-1973; time: 17:47
*Spectral music

Jennifer Grim: Wish Sonatine (V. Coleman)
Through Broken Time
New Focus Recordings/2022
flute: Jennifer Grim; piano: Michael Sheppard; recorded at Gusman Concert Hall, Frost School of Music, University of Miami; January 2022; composer: Valerie Coleman; composition year: 2015; time: 12:04

Jane Antonia Cornish: Into Silence II
Into Silence

Innova Recordings/2017
piano: Vicky Chow; recorded at Avatar Studio, New York City; total time: 2:39

Hour 2

Milton Babbitt: Phonemena
Works for Treble Voice and Piano

New Focus Recordings/2022
(version for soprano and tape); soprano: Nina Berman; recorded at Lippes Concert Hall, Slee Hall, SUNY Buffalo, Works for Treble Voice and Piano recorded between 2014 and 2020; composition year: 1975; time: 4:22

Milton Babbitt: Occasional Variations
Occasional Variations

Tzadik Records/2003
RCA Mark II Sound Synthesizer: Milton Babbitt; realized at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center, 1968-1971; time: 9:54

Bülent Arel: Postlude from “Music for a Sacred Service”
Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center 1961-1973)
(various artists)
New World Records/1998
synthesizers, tapes, processing: Bülent Arel; recorded at CPEMC, Prentis Hall, Columbia University, 1961; time: 3:56

Mel Powell: Computer Prelude
Six Recent Works

Music Masters/1988
computer processing: Mel Powell; composition year: 1988; time: 2:24

Xenia Pestova Bennet: An Wem — Notes from Underground (D. Hurst)
Shadow Piano (various composers)
Innova Recordings/2013
(for toy piano and electronics) toy piano: Xenia Pestova Bennett; recorded at Streetlight Sound, Somerville, Massachusetts; composer: Derek Hurst; composition year: 2007; time: 5:48

Jon Forshee: Opus
Verses from the Aethersphere — Speculative Music of John Forshee

Open Space/2018
piano: Joshua Charney; composition year: 2015; time: 15:00

Benjamin Boretz: A Postcard for George Quasha at 70
Open Space 35 (Boretz/Pepples/Pelligrini)
Open Space/2017
vibraphone: Sascia Pellegrini; recorded in Hong Kong; composer: Benjamin Boretz; composition year: 2012; time: 3:22

Hour 3

Alistair MacDonald: The Tincture of Physical Things
Cabinets de curiosité
empreintes DIGITALes/2018
(stereo fixed medium); realized at the studios of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama; premiered at the Alexander Gibson Opera Studio for the Academy Now! Festival, Glasgow, May 3, 2000; time: 13:46

Robert C. Constable, Jr.: Pastorale
Voys Number 2 — A Journal Exploring Sign in Sound (various artists)
Voys Journal/1997
computer, electronics, sampling: Rob Constable; time: 6:42

Philip Blackburn: Out Beyond — A Call for Nonjudgment
Justinian Intonations

Neuma Records/2021
(for conch shell chorus and voice); voice: Ryland Angel; text: Rumi (A Great Wagon); time: 5:11

Neil Rolnick: Balkanization
Macedonian AirDrumming

Bridge Records/1992
(for MIDI performance system); synthesizers, MIDI keyboard, software programming: Neil Rolnick; recorded at Wittenberg Studio, Bearsville, New York, August 12, 1991; composition year: 1988; time: 10:08

Neil Rolnick: Body Work
Shadow Quartet

Innova Recordings/2005
electronics: Neil Rolnick; voice: Joan La Barbara; text: “Frontiers of Science,” first published in the November, 2003, edition of Harper’s Magazine, submitted by Prof. Terry Favero of Portland University; recorded at Elff Productions, Brooklyn; composition year: 2004; time: 10:37

The Hub: Waxlips
Wreckin’ BallLive Computer Network Music
Artifact Recordings/1994
The Hub: Mark Trayle, Phil Stone, Scot Gresham-Lancaster; John Bischoff, Chris Brown, Tim Perkis); recorded at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium, March 12, 1992; composer: Tim Perkis; composition year: 1991; time: 4:37

— FIN —

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