Entries from July 2010

229 :: 30 July 2010

July 31st, 2010 · No Comments

This program is presented by our Other Mindly summer intern, Dylan Mattingly.    Toby Twining: Chrysalid Requiem: II. Kyrie Toby Twining Music  – Cantaloupe Music, 06/11/02 Ingram Marshall: Kingdom Come American Composers Orchestra, cond. Paul Lustig Dunkel – Nonesuch, 07/17/01 Meredith Monk: Atlas: Airport Houston Grand Opera Production – ECM, 04/18/00 Nico Muhly: The Only […]

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228 :: July 23 2010 :: Percussion!

July 22nd, 2010 · No Comments

This program of percussion music is presented by Charles Amirkhanian, Executive Director of Other Minds:      From Wergo WER 6928, Paul Price conducts the Manhattan Percussion Ensemble: Henry Cowell: Ostinato Pianissimo       (1934) Paul Price, Manhattan Percussion Ensemble Lou Harrison: Canticle No. 1 (1939)     Paul Price, conductor William Russell: Three Dance Movements (1933)   John Cage, conductor […]

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227 :: July 16, 2010 — Jackson, Stockhausen, Mellits

July 15th, 2010 · 1 Comment

 Another program produced by Other Minds Executive Director, Charles Amirkhanian:   Timothy Jackson: Sonata for Piano (2009) Richard Uttley, piano – U. of Hertfordshire 2001 1016 Alternating with the six movements by Mellits we’re going to hear a pleasing jangle of music boxes, inspired by what must have been a turbulent night’s sleep. Karlheinz Stockhausen […]

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226 :: 9 July 2010 :: George, Charles, and John

July 9th, 2010 · No Comments

 This program is produced by Charles Amirkhanian, Executive Director of Other Minds      Celebrating the 110th anniversary of the birth of George Antheil (b. 8 July 1900, Trenton, NJ) and in memory of his son Peter Antheil (1937-2010) who died this past April 14th.  And, celebrating the birthday of pianist Maro Ajemian (July 9, […]

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225 :: 2 July 2010 :: Independence

July 1st, 2010 · No Comments

A special for the July 4th weekend .. three pieces by two American composers named David (and for no particular reason):           David Lang:  Pierced (2007) Real Quiet Trio, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Gil Rose, conductor Naxos 8.559615 (2008) David Mahler: Day Creek Piano Works and The Teams Are Waiting in the Field (1995) […]

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