Harry Partch: Two Studies on Ancient Greek Scales, Kronos Quartet
Lauren Sarah Hayes: Figurine Operated String for Hybrid Piano 2012
Francis Poulenc: Sonata for Clarinet and Bassoon 1945
Tom Flaherty: Rainbow Tangle 2015
Kurt Weill: Symphony #1 1921
Rob MacKillum: The Chancellour's Farewell
Stephen Dodgson's, Suite for Brass Septet was written for the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble in 1957.
In 1997 pianist Max Lifchitz put together a CD called "The American Collection": from that CD, Bernard Rands' 1960 Tre Expressioni
Violinist Ernest Bloch, born in Switzerland, was living in Oregon in 1945 when he wrote his Second String Quartet.
Arvo Part's 1976 Pari Intervallo was originally written in four parts, but without specifying the instruments to play it.
We begin this hour from the 16th century with Joseph Bacon playing John Dowland's A Fancy.
From 12th C. Notre Dame Cathedral, Perotin's Viderunt Omnes, All Have Seen; The Kronos Quartet.
The five movements of Shostakovich's Third String Quartet are:
I. Calm unawareness of the future cataclysm II. Rumblings of unrest and anticipatioin III. The forces of war unleashed IV. Homage to the dead V. and The eternal question: Why?, and for what? ...
The Pacifica Quartet.
From their "Variety Show" CD, Meerenai Shim, Flute, and Christopher G. Jones, vibraphone, play Zach Browning's Sol Moon Rocker.
The Anthology of World Music: Afghanistan - Dance
Louis Andreissen - Lacrimosa
John Adams - On the Transmigration of Souls
Steve Reich - New York Counterpoint
The Anthology of World Music: Afghanistan
Solo of Sarinda
Song of Badarshan
La Scesa De' Pastori Dal Monte from the New London Consort
Arnold Shoenberg: 4th string quartet
juan-de-dios-Magdaleno: Strange Attractors Piano Trio No. 1
Francis Poulenc: Sonata for Flute and Piano
Jerry Lui - Calor
Buillaume Machaut - Kyrie I
Benjamin Lee - String Quartet #6
Luciano Berio - Sequenza XII for Bassoon
Dmitri Schostakovich - Prelude and Fugue #24
What Is Missing
Brecht and Weill - Mahagonny Songspeil
Miaskovsky - String Quartet #13
Chant - Dance - Mashup - Quartet ...
We begin this hour with The Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos chanting Ave mundi spes Maria, and La Bouree from Philip Pickett and the New London Consort.
Aron Kallay and Vicki Ray play prepared Piano; Scott Worthington plays bass; Isaac Schankler programs the electronics, in Schankler's Because Patterns/Deep State.
The Takacs Quartet plays Benjamin Britten's Third String Quartet.
Michael Praetorius' Bransles Simples
Kimmo Pohjonen, Samuli Kosminen, and the Kronos Quartet in Uniko