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Chris Brown: Six Primes

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Chris Brown, piano Chris Brown (b. 1953) composes music for traditional instruments, acoustic instruments with interactive electronics, improvisers, and computer networks. With Six Primes (2014), for retuned piano in 13-limit...

Christian Wolff: 2 Orchestra Pieces

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Robyn Schulkowsky, percussion; SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg; Lothar Zagrosek, conductor Ostravská banda; Petr Kotík, Peter Rundel, Roland Kluttig, conductors This recording is the first ever devoted to the orchestral...

Christian Wolff: 8 Duos

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Robyn Schulkowsky, percussion with Frederic Rzewski, piano; Joey Baron, percussion; Kim Kashkashian, viola; Reinhold Friedrich, trumpet; Rohan de Saram, cello; Christian Wolff, melodica Christian Wolff's is a spare, prosaic music,...

Christian Wolff: Long Piano

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Thomas Schultz, piano The melodic and, in the case of the solo piano music, timbral materials from which Christian Wolff's (b. 1934) music is made are rarely unusual; these are...

Christian Wolff: Ten Exercises

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Natacha Diels, Garrett List, Larry Polansky, Michael Riessler, Frederic Rzewski, Robyn Schulkowsky, Chiyoko Szlavnics, Christian Wolff This marvelous recording of these elusive works features composer-supervised performances by a hand-picked group...

Clusters: American Piano Explorations

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Rory Cowal, piano Rory Cowal is a distinctive pianist, one who draws liberally on classical chops, ample experience with improvisation, and a predilection for the new and uncharted. This makes...

Cole Porter: Fifty Million Frenchmen

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Orchestra New England, Evans Haile; Howard McGillin, Kim Criswell, Kay McClelland, Susan Powell, Karen Ziémba, Jason Graae, James Harder, Scott Waara, JQ and the Bandits, Peggy Cass, Jean LeClerc When...

Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center 1961-1973

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Works by Bülent Arel, Charles Dodge, Ingram Marshall, Ilhan Mimaroglu, Daria Semegen, Alice Shields The Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center was the first electronic music center to be established in the...

Come and Trip It

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Instrumental Dance Music 1780s to 1920s The Federal Music Society; Dick Hyman and His Dance Orchestra; Gerard Schwarz and His Dance Orchestra This recording demonstrates some of the major developments...

Come Josephine in My Flying Machine: Inventions and Topics in Popular Songs 1910-1929

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The creation of popular music in America has been closely tied to the ways the music was performed, the growing and changing composition of the audience, and the emergence of...

Country Music in the Modern Era 1940s-1970s

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Country Music in the Modern Era: 1940s-1970s Country music is a commercial art. The music's artistic development is intertwined with the growth of those institutions that helped or hindered the...

Crumb: Haunted Landscape/Schuman: Three Colloquies

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New York Philharmonic, Arthur Weisberg, Zubin Mehta; Philip Myers, horn The two works recorded here were both commissioned and premiered by the New York Philharmonic. Both works, in their distinctively...

Cuttin' the Boogie: Piano Blues and Boogie Woogie (1926-1941)

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In the spring of 1940, the big swing band of drummer Will Bradley had its first hit, a two-sided 78 rpm disc called "Beat Me, Daddy, Eight to the Bar."...

Daniel Asia: Symphonies No. 2 & 3

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The Phoenix Symphony, James Sedares Daniel Asia's (b 1953) inspiration has, since the late 80s, come less from the severe midcentury European avant-garde and more from American composers—senior figures such...

Daniel Goode: Annbling

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The Flexible Orchestra: Jen Baker, Monique Buzzarte, Tim Sessions, Keith Green, William Lang, Daniel Linden, Christopher McIntyre, Johannes Pfannkuch, Sebastian Vera, Deborah Weisz, trombones; Carlos Cordeiro, J.D. Parran, clarinets; Stephanie...

Daniel Gregory Mason and Frederick Shepherd Converse: Violin Sonatas

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Frederick Shepherd Converse: Violin Sonata in A Major, Opus 1 Daniel Gregory Mason: Violin Sonata in G minor, Opus 5, Sonata in C minor, Opus 14 Kevin Lawrence, violin Phillip...

Daniel Lentz: Ending(s)

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Twilight String Orchestra, Nicholas Deyoe, conductor Fahad Siadat, tenor While certain recognizable fingerprints are found throughout the body of Daniel Lentz's (b. 1942) work, he has never been content to...

Daniel Rothman: Cézanne’s Doubt

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Cezanne's Doubt The Rothman Ensemble Cezanne’s Doubt is a chamber opera for solo voice, clarinet, trumpet, cello, and audio & video processing. The subject of the opera is the perennial...

Dark and Light in Spanish New Mexico

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Alabados y Bailes The music of the alabados is as different from the music of the bailes as the dark is from the light. It is like two sides of...

Dave Douglas: In Our Lifetime

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Dave Douglas, trumpet; Uri Caine, piano; Chris Speed, clarinet, tenor sax; Josh Roseman, trombone; Joey Baron, drums; James Genus, bass; Marty Ehrlich, bass clarinet "My own feelings about the direction...

David Carlson: Symphonic Sequences from Dreamkeepers

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Symphonic Sequences from Dreamkeepers Utah Symphony/Stewart Robertson, conductor; Emil Miland, cello The manifold beauties of the music of David Carlson (b. 1952) are rooted in a lyrical-dramatic ethos and in...

David Del Tredici: Steps/Haddocks' Eyes

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New York Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta; New York Philharmonic Ensembles; Claire Bloom, narrator; Susan Narucki, soprano David Del Tredici (b 1937) came to prominence as one of the originators of “neo-Romanticism.”...

David Diamond / Peter Mennin

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The symphony orchestra in the United States has enjoyed better than a century of health and growth, and this has bred a tradition of symphonic compositional activity that has been...

David Diamond: Chamber Works

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Chamber Works Robert McDuffie, violin; William Black, piano; Lucy Shelton, soprano; Louise Schulman, viola; Lawrence Sobol, clarinet; Fred Sherry, Timothy Eddy, cellos This compendium of five chamber works includes the...

David Dunn: Autonomous and Dynamical Systems

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A relentless explorer, composer, performer and theorist, David Dunn (born 1953) uses electro-acoustic resources, voice, non-human living systems, as well as traditional instruments. A creator of text-sound compositions, environmental installations,...

David Mahler: Only Music Can Save Me Now

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Nurit Tilles, piano David Mahler, voice Julie Hanify, David Mahler, Nurit Tilles, voices David Mahler (b. 1944) is an original and prolific composer, but also an active pianist, singer, arranger,...

David Moritz Michael: By a Spring

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By A Spring Pacific Classical Winds David Moritz Michael (1751-1827), contemporary of Haydn and Mozart, was a Moravian minister born and educated in Germany. He came to the United States...

David Moritz Michael: Parthien 10-14

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Parthien 10 – 14 Pacific Classical Winds The fourth and final volume of Moravian composer David Moritz Michael's wind music offers Parthien 10 through 14. Brimming with grace and wit,...

David Moritz Michael: Parthien 6-9

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Parthien 6 - 9 Pacific Classical Winds The third volume of Moravian composer David Moritz Michael’s wind music serves up Parthien 6, 7, 8 and 9. Brimming with grace and...

David Moritz Michael: Water Journey

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The Water Journey Parthias 1 & 2 Pacific Classical Winds David Moritz Michael (1751 - 1827), contemporary of Haydn and Mozart, was a Moravian minister born and educated in Germany....

David Rosenboom: Future Travel

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David Rosenboom, Buchla Touché & 300 Series Electric Music Box, piano, violin, percussion, texts David Rosenboom (born 1947) is a composer, performer, interdisciplinary artist, conductor, author, and educator. Since the...

David Rosenboom: How Much Better If Plymouth Rock Had Landed on the Pilgrims

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David Rosenboom (b. 1947) has been widely acclaimed as an innovator in American experimental music since the 1960s. Although much of his work has been collaborative, virtually none of his...

David Rosenboom: In the Beginning

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David Rosenboom (b. 1947) is a composer/performer known as a pioneer in American experimental music. This series of eight works, created between 1978 and 1981 and presented on these discs...

David Taylor: Bass Trombone

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Works by Lucia Dlugoszewski, Eric Ewazen, David Liebman, and Frederic Rzewski David Taylor-bass trombone; Louise Schulman-violin, voice; Bill Blount-clarinet; Allan Dean-trumpet; Robert Wolinsky-Fender Rhodes piano; David Carp-kazoo, recorder; Bill Moersch-marimba,...

David Taylor: Past Tells

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David Taylor, trombone; Rolf Schulte, Jon Kass, violin; Louise Shulman, viola; Gary Schneider, synthesizer; Fred Sherry, cello; Lindsey Horner, bass, tape; Gordon Gottlieb, percussion; Emily Mitchell, harp; Jay Branford, alto,...

David Tudor/John Cage: Rainforest II/Mureau

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David Tudor: Rainforest II John Cage: Mureau A Simultaneous Performance David Tudor, live electronics John Cage, voice, pre-recorded tape [2CDs] This historic release of a simultaneous performance by David Tudor...

Davidovsky/Korf/Wright: Orchestral Works

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Riverside Symphony/George Rothman; Fred Sherry, cello Mario Davidovsky was a founding member of the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. His compositions apply classical compositional form to electronically generated sounds. His Divertimento...

Dearest Enemy

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Music by Richard RodgersLyrics by Lorenz HartBook by Herbert Fields Original orchestrations by Emil Gerstenberger and Harold SanfordReconstruction and additional orchestrations by Larry Moore Annalene Beechey, Kim Criswell, James Cleverton,...

Denman Maroney: Fluxations

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Ned Rothenberg, bass clarinet, alto saxophone; Dave Ballou, trumpet; Denman Maroney, hyperpiano; Mark Dresser, contrabass; Kevin Norton, drums, vibraphone Denman Maroney (b. 1949) is known for his unique "hyperpiano" style,...

Desire for Piety: Songs from the B. F. White Sacred Harp

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Songs from The B.F. White Sacred Harp Music of unshakeable faith sung with the burning fervor of true believers. An invaluable document of a musical tradition stretching back to the...

Divine Grandeur: Works by Beaser/Kernis/Paulus/Sargon/Schlenck/Shatin/Zwilich

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Works by Robert Beaser, Aaron Jay Kernis, Stephen Paulus, Simon Sargon, John Schlenck, Judith Shatin, Ellen Taaffe Zwilich. New York Concert Singers/Judith Clurman American composers are noted for their curiosity...

Dodworth Saxhorn Band: Grafulla's Favorites

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Claudio Grafulla Dodworth Saxhorn Band Paul Eachus, conductor Strike up the Band! Claudio S. Grafulla (1810-1880) was one of the most well known and proficient band luminaries of the Civil...

Don't Give the Name a Bad Place

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Types and Stereotypes in American Musical Theater, 1870 - 1900 Max Morath; Danny Barker; Clifford Jackson; Dick Hyman, piano and conductor In this time of charged debate about immigration and...

Donal Fox: Gone City

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Gone City Quincy Troupe, poet; William Brown, tenor; Donal Fox, piano; Oliver Lake, alto saxophone; John Lockwood, bass; Eric Thomas, clarinet Donal Fox (b. 1952) draws comfortably from the lexicon...

Donald Ashwander: Sunshine and Shadow

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Donald Ashwander, piano Sharon Moore, vocals Donald Ashwander, as I have observed him, is an intuitive composer who draws on memory and the unconscious. The memory may be childhood; or...

Donald Crockett: Night Scenes

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Firebird Ensemble: Kate Vincent, director and viola; Aaron Trant, assistant director and percussion; Sarah Bob, piano; Gabriela Diaz, violin; Scot Fitzsimmons, double bass; Jeffrey Means, conductor and percussion; Rane Moore,...

Donald Erb: Concertos

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St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin; Lynn Harrell, cello Donald Erb’'s music explodes with energy. It stretches instruments to extremes of pitch and dynamics. It explores new sonorities. It builds...

Donald Erb: Drawing Down the Moon

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The Wind Music of Donald Erb University Circle Wind Ensemble, Gary Ciepluch; Stuart Dempster, trombone; Ross Powell, clarinet; Jan Gippo, piccolo; Kirk Brundage, percussion Donald Erb’s mature style—encompassing elements of...

Donald Erb: Sunlit Peaks & Dark Valleys

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Sunlit Peaks and Dark Valleys The Verdehr Trio; David Spencer and Ryan Anthony, trumpets; Gregory Fulkerson, violin; Yolanda Kondonassis, harp; Ross Powell, clarinet; Jo Boatright, keyboards Donald Erb (b. 1927)...