Posts tagged ‘Thomas Ades’

May 13, 2015

May 13, 2015

  1. La Monte Young – The Second Dream of the High Tension Line Stepdown Transformer
  2. Tony Conrad – Outside the Dream Syndicate; Slapping Pythagorus (interview)
  3. Blanck Mass – Detritus; Sundowner
  4. Benedict Mason – Drawing Tunes and Fuguing Photos
  5. Thomas Adès – Asyla III, Ecstasio
  6. Julia Wolfe – Anthrocite Fields
  7. Kathy Kennedy – Choeur Maha
  8. Meredith Monk – Gotham Lullabye; On Behalf of Nature
  9. Philip Glass – Einstein on the Beach (Spaceship)
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February 18, 2015

Feb 18, 2015

January 7, 2015

Jan 7, 2015

  1. Gurdjieff Plays Harmonium
  2. Rodney Waschka II – String Quartet: Ha! Fortune; Enigmatic Sonata No. 1
  3. Alan Rawsthorne – Piano Concerto No. I
  4. Cyril Scott – Piano Concerto No. I
  5. Thomas Adès – Totentanz
  6. Antonio Sanchez – Birdman Soundtrack
  7. Hans Zimmer – Interstellar
  8. Philip Glass – Koyaanisqatsi
  9. Nico MuhlyIt goes without saying
January 1, 2014

Jan 1, 2014

  1. Jimi Hendrix – Auld Lang Syne
  2. Tom Waits – Silent Night/Christmas Card From a Hooker in Minneapolis
  3. Karneef – Happy New Year
  4. Raymond Scott – Christmas Night in Harlem
  5. Carl Stalling – Anxiety Montage
  6. Raymond Scott – The Playful Drummer
  7. Casey Basichis – Cartoon music clips; Adventure Time: Composing Ricardio Behind the Scenes
  8. The Knells – Thread; Fray; Dying in Waves; Distance
  9. Alarm Will Sound – Varèse: Poème Electronique; Nancarrow: Player Piano Study No.3A
  10. Thomas Adès – Lieux retrouvés: IV. La ville Cancan macabre
January 11, 2012

2012 / 01 / 11

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  1. Charles Wuorinen – Fourth String Quartet
  2. Beethoven – String Quartet Op. 132 (Manfred Clynes)
  3. Steve Mackey and Rinde Eckert – Ravenshead
  4. Fred Ho – Blazing on the Turquoise Sea
  5. Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht – Mackie Messer
  6. Tomas Adès – Powder her Face
  7. Jeffrey Mumford – Through a Stillness Brightening
  8. Manuel Penella – El Gato Montés
  9. Pierre Boulez = Le marteau sans maître
  10. Paul Dolden – Who has the biggest sound?
January 12, 2011

2011 / 1 / 12

  1. Michael Daugherty – Metropolis Symphony I (Lex)
  2. Thomas Ades – Violin Concerto “Concentric Paths” I, II (Anthony Marwood)
  3. Art Tatum – Tiger Rag; Liza
  4. Thomas Ades – Violin Concerto “Concentric Paths” III (Anthony Marwood)
  5. Art Tatum – Tea for Two
  6. Thomas Ades – Three studies after Couperin: Les Tours de Passe-Passe
  7. Osvaldo Golijov – Oceana: 1. Call, 2. First Wave, 3. Second Wave
  8. Daft Punk – TRON overture; the Grid
  9. Osvoldo Golijov – Tenebraw (Kronos Quartet)
  10. Leroy Anderson – The Typewriter (Jerry Lewis)
  11. Stéphane Roy – Crystal Music
  12. Chilling Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House
  13. Thomas Ades – Powder Her Face (Suite): Finale, Waltz

December 30, 2009

2009 / 12 / 30

  1. Naut Humon – Twinge of Lunge; Remembrance
  2. Maryanne Amacher – Plaything
  3. Darren Copeland – Reaching for Tomorrow
  4. Chilling Thrilling Sounds of the Haunted House
  5. Raymond Scott – Hertz Theme; Secret Agent
  6. Eve Egoyan and David Rokeby – Surface Tension
  7. Alarm Will Sound – Cfern (Autechre)
  8. Autechre – Cfern
  9. Alarm Will Sound – Chamber Concerto (G. Ligeti)
  10. Julia Wolfe – Early that Summer
  11. Raymond Scott – Birdseed Special
  12. James Rolfe – Simon and Garfunkel and the Prophets of Rage
  13. Raymond Scott – Fiddle no Further
  14. Tim Brady – Strumming
  15. Thomas Ades – These Premises are Alarmed