Archive for ‘music’

February 20, 2013

Feb 20, 2013

In the first hour, we discuss the modern, postmodern, and technological eras in culture and music. In the second hour, an interview with composer Louis Dufort.

  1. John Zorn – Road Runner
  2. Karlheinz Stockhausen – Gruppen
  3. Keith Fullerton Whitman – Generators
  4. Louis Dufort – Four negentropic stories (fourth story)
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August 8, 2012

August 8, 2012

  1. Elliot Carter – Conversations
  2. Pierre Boulez – Marteau sans Maitre IX
  3. Charles Ives (+ Larry Austin)- Universe Symphony
July 25, 2012

July 25 / 2012

  1. Detlev Müller-Siemens – Under Neonlight II
  2. Ravel – Concerto for Left Hand (Wittgenstein ; Hamelin)
  3. FractMus – Whiskey-a-gogo
  4. Hans Jürgen von Bose – Orchestervariationen
  5. Brent Lee – Shadow Variations
  6. Jean Guillou – Icare
  7. Paul McCartney and Carl Davis – Liverpool Oratorio
July 11, 2012

July 11, 2012

  1. Hilary Hahn and Hauschka – Bounce Bounce
  2. Kid Koala – Moon River
  3. Michael Edwards (Slippery Chicken) – Primary Disposition; Second Law
  4. Iamus Computer – Hello World
  5. Iamus Computer – Kinoth
  6. Gustavo Diaz-Jerez – Viola Sonata (Prelude)
  7. Gustavo Diaz-Jerez – Ymarxa
  8. Witold Lutoslawski – Symphony #3
  9. Emily Howell (David Cope) – Track 1
June 27, 2012

June 27 2012

  1. Lena Platonos – Sampotaz
  2. Darren Copeland – Perdu et retrouvé
  3. Elainie Lillios – Arturo
  4. Paola Prestini – Sympathique
  5. Alban Berg – Lyric Suite: Alegro misterioso
  6. Chris Dench – Sum over histories
  7. Adele – Someone Like You
  8. Al Jolson – Brother can you spare a dime
  9. Aaron Jay Kernis – Ballad for 8 cellos
  10. Enno Poppe – Interzone
  11. Michael Torke – An American Abroad
  12. Alban Berg – Lyric Suite: Presto deliriando
June 13, 2012

June 13 2012

  1. Anders Hillborg – Clarinet Concerto
  2. Halloween Horrors – SpaceStation Computer; Interstellar COmmunication
  3. Z’EV and Chris Watson – East African Nocturne
  4. Otavio Henrique Soares Brandão
  5. Vincent Berger Rond – Izanami
  6. Benedict Mason – Playing Away
  7. Benedict Mason (Alarm Will Sound) – excerpts from Animals and the Origins of Dance
  8. Mark Messing – Hunchback Variations Opera
  9. Dennis Bathory-Kitsz – Driving my 1948 Limbo
  10. Tomas – God is Calling Me
  11. Hans Martin – Rotations
  12. Gyorgy Ligeti (Alarm Will Sound) – Chamber Concerto
  13. Jan Sandstrom – Motorbike Concerto (5th mvt)
May 30, 2012

2012 / 05 / 30

  1. Luciano Berio – Sequenza IXa for clarinet
  2. Ryoichi Kurokawa – PVX1
  3. Maryanne Amacher – Living Sound
  4. Ben Shemie – Positive Feedback
  5. Mutek Contestants
  6. Alfred Schnittke – Klingende Buchstaben
  7. Open Goldberg Variations
  8. Kay Grant and Alex Ward – Fast Talk: May I Have This Dance
  9. Wendy Carlos – Geodesic Etude
  10. Don Preston – Analog Heaven #1
  11. Istvan Anhalt – Cento Cantata
  12. Luciano Berio – Sinfonia (Scherzo)
May 16, 2012

2012 / 5 / 16

Our guest was Simon Martin

  1. Mia Zabelka – Roter Halbmond
  2. Erdem Helvacioglu / Siyaha Ozgurluk – Freedom to the Black
  3. Sonny Clark / John Zorn, George Lewis, Bill Frisell – News for Lulu
  4. Simon Martin – Projections liberantes
  5. Simon Martin – Icebergs et soleil de minuit
  6. Simon Martin – Musique d’art
May 2, 2012

2 / 5 / 2012

Our guests were Peter Schubert and Fabrice Marandola of McGill University, Viva Voce, and Sixtrum. On May 4, 2012, 7:30 p.m., at
Redpath Hall, McGill University
3461 McTavish Street, Montreal,
celebrated percussion ensemble Sixtrum joins forces with VivaVoce to celebrate the 100th birthday of iconoclastic American composer John Cage. The program features premieres by Chris Paul Harman, Stacey Brown and Brian Cherney, as well as works by Cage and Vivier.

  1. Diana Deutsch – Sometimes Behave So Strangely
  2. Julia Wolfe – Big Beautiful Dark and Scary
  3. Brian Eno – Generative Music (track 2)
  4. Brad Garton – Transplant-wait
  5. Claude Vivier – Pulau Dewata (McGill performers)
  6. John Cage – Four2
  7. Raymond Deane – Samara
  8. Arthur Honegger – Pacific 231 (Bernstein)
  9. Michael Gordon – For Madeline
April 18, 2012

2012 / 4 / 18

  1. Kraftwerk – The Robots
  2. Arturo Fuentes – Passatempo; Rincontri
  3. Kurt Schwitters – Ursonate (Christian Bök)
  4. Kurt Schwitters – Ursonate (Kurt Schwitters)
  5. Jason Freeman – Interactive Music
  6. Chris Chafe – TeleCello Concerto
  7. Arnold Dreyblatt – Point Rotation
  8. Cordâme – Vancouver
  9. Nuntium
  10. Christopher Mayo – Clean room design
    : sous les mers
  11. Philippe Leroux – D’Aller (Mira Benjamin)
  12. Bruckner 9 / I (Furtwangler)