Posts tagged ‘Peter Ablinger’

October 28, 2015

October 28, 2015

Funding drive show! Thanks to our listeners for supporting us and CKUT. You can donate at ckut.ca/donate.

Our guest was Landon Morrison, music theorist at McGill University.

  1. Arnold Schoenberg – Gurrelieder; Serenade Op. 24
  2. Franz Schrecker – Der Ferne Klang
  3. Bernard Parmegiani – De Natura Sonorum
  4. Francis Dhomont – Voyage Miroir
  5. Peter Ablinger – A Letter to Schoenberg
August 20, 2014

August 20, 2014

  1. Luciano Berio – Sequenza VI, per viola
  2. Carlo Gesualdo
  3. Dylan Thomas – Under Milk Wood
  4. Bells from the Deep
  5. Peter Ablinger – Augmented Study
  6. Shalabi Effect – On the Bowry
  7. The Knells – Syncromesh; Seethe; Dissolve
November 13, 2013

Nov 13, 2013

  1. Robert Wilson – Cricket Choir
  2. Ancient Greek Music (100 percent accurate!)
  3. Peter Ablinger – Regenstüke Vol. 2
  4. Tom Philips – Ornamentik
  5. Arne Eigenfeldt – Roboterstück ; GESMI (Generative Electronica Statistical Modelling Instrument)
  6. Sultans of String – Luna the Whale
  7. Alexis Francis – Qualia
  8. John Tavener – Song of Athene
July 14, 2010

2010 / 7 / 14

Special guest: composer Ben Shemie!

  1. Iannis Xenakis – A.R. for solo piano
  2. Ben Shemie – Heiroglyphs
  3. Ben Shemie – Foudroyé (excerpt)
  4. Hermeto Pascoal – (excerpt)
  5. Scott Johnson – How it happens (soliloqy) (Kronos Quartet)
  6. Zeroes – Arena
  7. Frank Zappa – Dangerous Kitchen
  8. Peter Ablinger – Morton Feldman (Nicholas Hodges)

November 18, 2009

2009 / 11 / 18

We discussed musilanguage, Vic Mizzy and Stuckism. Ben Shemie’s opera Foudroyé is monday Nov 23rd, tues, 24th, thurs 26th and
friday 27th; at école Nationale de Théatre, Montreal; FREE; call 514 842 -7954 poste 143 to reserve.

  1. György Ligeti – Lux Aeterna
  2. Stellari String Quartet – Merope
  3. Ben Shemie – Invisible Ink
  4. Vic Mizzy – The Ghost and Mr. Chicken; Green Acres; Addams Family
  5. Richard Barrett and Paul Obermeyer – FURT Limen I
  6. Veronica – Calyx; Wild Time
  7. Peter Ablinger – Weiss/Weisslich
  8. Benjamin Britten – Storm