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piano 

SHENG: Northern Lights. Melodies of a... (Dan Zhu) (Review by Ronald E. Grames)

double bass 

ADAMS, JOHN LUTHER: Earth and the Great Weather (Review by James H. North)

double bass 

ADAMS, JOHN LUTHER: Earth and the Great Weather (Review by James H. North)

percussion 

ALTHANS: Valse excentrique (Review by Martin Anderson)

conductor 

ANDERSON, ALLEN: Charette (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

ASHTON, JOHN H.: Fairmont Overture (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

BABBITT: Composition for Viola and Piano (Review by Paul Rapoport)

piano 

BARKER NELSON, MARIE: TheMedead (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

BAUMAN: Adagio for Orchestra (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

BEYER, JOHANNA: Movement (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

BLACK, JOHN: Underground Judges (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

BLACK, ROBERT: Capriccio (Blown Apart. Foramen Habet!. Three Pieces for Violin and Piano (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

BLAUSTEIN: Commedia (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

BLAUSTEIN: Sexfef (Review by William Wians)

conductor 

BRISMAN: Concerto for Piano and Strings (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

BURWASSER: A Well-Traveled Road (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

BUSCH, DENNIS: Symphony No. 67 in D. Piano Concerto No. 27 in F. Flute Concerto No. 2 in G (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

CAGE, JOHN: 59 1/2 for a String Player (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

CAGE, JOHN: Composed Improvisations for Steinberger Bass Guitar and Snare Drum (Review by Mike Silverton)

double bass 

CAGE, JOHN: Composed Improvisations for Steinberger Bass Guitar and Snare Drum (Review by Mike Silverton)

electricbassguitar 

CAGE, JOHN: Composed Improvisations for Steinberger Bass Guitar and Snare Drum (Review by Mike Silverton)

electronic upright bass 

CAGE, JOHN: Composed Improvisations for Steinberger Bass Guitar and Snare Drum (Review by Mike Silverton)

MIDI bass 

CAGE, JOHN: Ryoanji (Review by Mike Silverton)

double bass 

CARBON: Inner Voices (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

CARL, ROBERT: El canto de los asesinados. Lesgedowdaheah. Bells Dance, Drums Ring. Die Berliner Hornisse. Roundabout. Haiku of Buson. Nell Miller, op. 1 (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

double bass 

CHAITKIN: Seasons Such as These. Serenade (Review by David Sachs)

conductor 

CHAITKIN: Summersong, for Twenty-three Wind Instruments. Scattering Dark and Bright, for Percussion and Piano. Serenade, for Seven Players. Études, for Piano. Seasons Such as These (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

CHILD, PETER: Wind Quintet. Sonatina for Oboe. Clare Cycle (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

CHILDS, BARNEY: Sonata for Bass Alone (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

CLEMENT: Chamber Concerto (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

COLSON: Searching Schubert (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

COOPER, PAUL: Symphony in Two Movements (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

CROWELL: Black Holes and Antimatters' (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

DEMBSKI: Alta'. Albař. Dígiř, Trio*. Stacked Deck. Alta Mirar. Spectra (Review by William Wians)

conductor 

DEMBSKI: Spectra. Stacked Deck (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

DIDKOVSKY, NICK: Amalia's Secret (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

DIX, J. AIRLIE: Three Movements for Orchestra (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

DRESHER, PAUL: Mirrors (Review by Mike Silverton)

double bass 

DRESHER, PAUL: Mirrors (Review by Mike Silverton)

electricbassguitar 

DRESHER, PAUL: Mirrors (Review by Mike Silverton)

electronic upright bass 

DRESHER, PAUL: Mirrors (Review by Mike Silverton)

MIDI bass 

DRESHER, PAUL: Underground. Other Fire. Mirrors. Casa Vecchia (Review by Robert Carl)

electric bass 

DRESHER, PAUL: Underground. Other Fire. Mirrors. Casa Vecchia (Review by Robert Carl)

electronics 

DREYBLATT: International Dateline. The Adding Machine. Lapse. House of Twang. Meantime (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

double bass 

DREYBLATT: International Dateline. The Adding Machine. Lapse. House of Twang. Meantime (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

es bass 

DRUCKMAN, JACOB: Valentine (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

EDWARDS, GEORGE: Veined Variety, for soprano and chamber ensemble (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

ELKANA: A Color in Time' (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

ELLISON: Henry V (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

ERICKSON, ELAINE: A Shipwrecked Landscape (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

ERNST, DAVID: Crossover (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

FEIST: Fog of Clusters (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

FUGARINO: Riding on a Cloud (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

GARCIA, ORLANDO JACINTO: Piece No. 1 for Double Bass and Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

double bass 

GARCIA, ORLANDO JACINTO: Piece No. 1 for Double Bass and Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

electricbassguitar 

GARCIA, ORLANDO JACINTO: Piece No. 1 for Double Bass and Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

electronic upright bass 

GARCIA, ORLANDO JACINTO: Piece No. 1 for Double Bass and Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

MIDI bass 

GHENT, EMMANUEL: Entelechy for Viola and Piano (Review by Paul Rapoport)

piano 

GIDEON: Piano Sonata (Review by Leslie Gerber)

piano 

GIDEON: Sonnets from Shakespeare, for Baritone and Orchestra. Wing'd Hour, for Tenor and Orchestra (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

GIDEON: Spirit Above the Dust. The Resounding Lyre (Review by David Sachs)

conductor 

GIDEON: Symphonia Brevis (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

GIOBBI: Khe Sann (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

GIUSTO: Peace Cow (it's not a habit, I'm used to it) (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

GOLDENBERG, SHLOMI: Landscapes (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

GOOCH: CLockwork (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

GOSFIELD, ANNIE: The Manufacture of Tangle Ivory (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

HAMPTON, MITCH: Three Minute Waltz (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

HARSH: accomodating commonplaces (Review by Mike Silverton)

double bass 

HARTLEY, WALTER S.: Psalm for Strings (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

HOJNACKI: New Orleans March (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

HOOSE: Gestures and Intimations (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

HOOSE: Right of Passage (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

IADONE, JOSEPH: Double-Bass Sonata (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

IERARDI: Symphonic Essay No. 1 (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

JAFFE, STEPHEN: The Rhythm of the Running Plough. Four Songs with Ensemble. Double Sonata (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

KAHN, ERICH ITOR: Short Piano Piece. Inventions Op. 7, nos. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6. Ciaccona. String Quartet Op. 13 (Review by David Sachs)

piano 

KELLY, PETER: Aldeds Retreat (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

KELLY, PETER: Symphony No. 1 (Review by Stephen Ellis)

conductor 

KESSLER, MINUETTA: Alberto Concerto (Review by Martin Anderson)

conductor 

KIDDE: Quest (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

KNOLES/BLACK: Big and Cheap (Review by Mike Silverton)

double bass 

KNOLES/BLACK: Big and Cheap (Review by Mike Silverton)

electricbassguitar 

KNOLES/BLACK: Big and Cheap (Review by Mike Silverton)

electronic upright bass 

KNOLES/BLACK: Big and Cheap (Review by Mike Silverton)

MIDI bass 

KO, GITA LULIN KO: Kyi Nu Bwe (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

KONDO: Waltz (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

KORDE: Chamber Piece for Six Soloists (Review by John Ditsky)

double bass 

KOYKKAR: Composite (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

LANG, DAVID: Cheating, Lying, Stealing (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

LAVENDA: Look, See (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

LECLAIR: Haikus (Review by Martin Anderson)

conductor 

LENNON, JOHN ANTHONY: Symphonic Rhapsody—Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

LEVY, FRANK EZRA: Symphony No. 4 ("Structures of the Mind“) (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

LEVY, FRANK EZRA: Symphony No. 4 (“Structures of the Mind“) (Review by Joanne Forman)

conductor 

LEWIS, MALCOLM: Etesian Zephyrs (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

LIEBERSON, PETER: Latita—Chamber Variations (Review by Kyle Gann)

conductor 

LIPPE, CORT: Solo Tuba Music (Review by John Ditsky)

double bass 

LISZT: Harmonies poétiques et religieuses (Version of 1834). Glanes de Woronince. Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth (Version of 1883). Fünf kleine Klavierstücke (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

piano 

LUENING: Suite (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

MABRY: 12.5.83, for Alto Recorder. (Review by John Ditsky)

double bass 

MACBRIDE: Nocturnes de la Ventana (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

MACHOVER: Flora (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

MACHOVER: Nature's Breath. Spectres Parisiens (Review by Kyle Gann)

conductor 

MASCARI: Hymnody No. 3 (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Andante and Scherzo (Review by Martin Anderson)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Boston Overture (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Concerto Domestica (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Concerto for Flute and String Orchestra (1986) (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Concerto for Flute and Strings (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Fantasia Variazioni (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: New York Overture. Symphony No. 5 (“Irish“) (Review by Stephen Ellis)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Silent Whispers (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Sinfonova (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Symphony No. 3 (“Romantic“) (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Symphony No. 4. Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Orchestral. Three Poems of Pablo Neruda* (Review by Robert McColley)

conductor 

MCKINLEY, WILLIAM THOMAS: Wind, Fire, and ice. Mostly Mozart. Silent Whispers (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MELLONI: Piano Symphony (Review by Stephen Ellis)

conductor 

MOLNÁR: Hyacinths (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

MOROSS: Bass Sonatina (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

MOYER: Adagio (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

MUNCY: Paean (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

NAEGER: Storm Clouds (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

NAING, KHAW KHAW: Hsaing Kyaik De maung. Seik Kyu Mila 1 & 2. Sein Ozi (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

NAY MYO BALA THU-ALINKAR KYAW SWAR U-ANON: Ka Pya Chi (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

NYTCH: Novas' (Review by Richard Burke)

conductor 

OLMSTEAD: Night Fishing (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

PACKALES: I Was on the Sea (Review by Joanne Forman)

conductor 

PACKELES: I Was On the Sea (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

PASCOAL: Arapua (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

PERLE: Monody II (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

PERLONGO: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (Review by Stephen Ellis)

conductor 

PERSICHETTI: Parable XVI for Solo Viola, Op. 130 (Review by Paul Rapoport)

piano 

POLIN: O, Aderyn Pur, for flute, saxophone, and tape, (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

POLLOCK: Violament for Solo Viola (Review by Paul Rapoport)

piano 

PORTER, Q.: Lyric Piece (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

RAHBEE, GOOLKASIAN: Tapestry No. 1 (“Proclamation“) (Review by Martin Anderson)

conductor 

RAKOWSKI, DAVID: Imaginary Dances (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

RAN: Apprehensions (Review by Dean P. Suzuki)

conductor 

RANDOLPH: Exordium (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

RENDLEMAN: Chorale and Toccata for Strings (Review by Martin Anderson)

conductor 

RENZ: Symphonic Poem (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

RISSET, JEAN-CLAUDE: Contours, for Electronic Tape (Review by John Ditsky)

double bass 

ROSS, WALTER: Clarinet Concerto. Violin Concerto. Piano Concerto (Review by Stephen Ellis)

conductor 

ROSS, WALTER: Clarinet Concerto. Violin Concerto. Piano Concerto, “Mosaics“ (Review by Jerry Dubins)

conductor 

ROSS, WALTER: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (“Mosaics“) (Review by Stephen Ellis)

conductor 

RUBIN: Crying the Laughing and Golden, for Electronic Tape (Review by John Ditsky)

double bass 

RULON: Res Facta (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

conductor 

RZEWSKI: Piano Piece No- IV (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

SCELSI: Three Pieces for Solo Trombone (Review by John Ditsky)

double bass 

SCHOENBERG, ARNOLD: Pierrot Lunaire, op. 21 (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

SCHREINER: Symphonic Journey (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

SCHWANTNER: Music of Amber (Review by William Wians)

conductor 

SEIN CHIT TEE-U THAN KYIN: Sein Chit Tee A Mhat Ta Ya (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

SELLARS: Radio Sonata (Review by Mike Silverton)

double bass 

SELLARS: Radio Sonata (Review by Mike Silverton)

electricbassguitar 

SELLARS: Radio Sonata (Review by Mike Silverton)

electronic upright bass 

SELLARS: Radio Sonata (Review by Mike Silverton)

MIDI bass 

SESSIONS: Five Pieces for Piano (Review by Leslie Gerber)

piano 

SHAPEY: Fromm Variations (Review by Colin Clarke)

piano 

SHAPEY: Fromm Variations—31 Variations for Piano (Review by Paul Rapoport)

piano 

SHAPEY: Three for Six (Review by Dean P. Suzuki)

conductor 

SHAPEY: Three for Six (Review by Colin Clarke)

conductor 

SHATIN: Piping the Earth. Stringing the Bow. Ruah The Passion of St. Cecilia (Review by Peter Burwasser)

conductor 

SHATIN: Ruah (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

SHEA: Wyoming (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

SHIFRIN: The Nick of Time (Review by Kyle Gann)

conductor 

SHORE: July Remembrances (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

SKUPINSKY: Wild N'Sexy (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

SLÁDEK: Allegro (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

STANGO: Sol' per Dirti (Review by Martin Anderson)

conductor 

STANLEY: Fanfare (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

STEIGER: 13 Loops (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

conductor 

STEVENS, HALSEY: Arioso and Etude (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

STRAVINSKY, IGOR: Concerto in Eb (Dumbarton Oaks) (Review by Mike Silverton)

conductor 

STRAVINSKY, IGOR: Octet* (Review by James H. North)

conductor 

SYDEMAN: For Double-Bass Alone (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

TALMA: The Ambient Air, for Flute, Violin, Cello, and Piano. Full Circle, for Piano and Orchestra. Lament, for Cello and Piano. Three Bagatelles, for Piano. Kaleidoscopic Variations, for Piano. Four-Handed Fun, for Piano, four-hands (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

TENNEY: Beast (Review by Colin Clarke)

double bass 

TORELLO: Energetic Transformations (Review by Lawrence A. Johnson)

conductor 

UHLA PE-U THAN KYIN: Japan Patsan. Taethit Muhan Gita Than (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

VALI: Seven Persian Folk Songs (Set No. 7) (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

VALI: Seven Persian Folk Songs (Set No. 7) (Review by Joanne Forman)

conductor 

VALI: The Ancient Call (Calligraphy No. 13). Persian Folk Songs (Set No. 7). Sornâ (Folk Songs, Set No. 17). Segâh (Review by David DeBoor Canfield)

conductor 

VALI: The Ancient Call (Calligraphy No. 13). Persian Folk Songs (Set No. 7). Sornâ (Folk Songs, Set No. 17). Segâh (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

VALI: The Ancient Call (Calligraphy No. 13). Persian Folk Songs (Set No. 7). Sornâ (Folk Songs, Set No. 17). Segâh (Review by Colin Clarke)

conductor 

VIENS: Les Insects dansants , ColorScope (Review by David Denton)

conductor 

VIENS: McKINLEY Dallas (Review by David Denton)

conductor 

VIENS: SinfoNova (Review by David Denton)

conductor 

VIERK: Red Shift (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

WARSHAUER: Revelation (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

WEBER: Variazioni quasi una Fantasia (Review by Leslie Gerber)

piano 

WHITAKER: Prayers of Habakkuk (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

WOLKING: Forests (Review by William Zagorski)

conductor 

WOLKING: Forests (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

conductor 

WUORINEN: New York Notes (Review by William Wians)

conductor 

WUORINEN: Spinoff (Review by Kyle Gann)

conductor 

XENAKIS: Theraps, for Double Bass. (Review by John Ditsky)

double bass 

ZAHLER, NOEL: Regions 1, for solo piano (Review by John Ditsky)

conductor 

ZIFFRIN: Symphony for Voice and Orchestra (“Letters“)“ (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

ZIPORYN: Amok! (Review by Robert Kirzinger)

double bass 

ZIPORYN: Tsmindao Ghmêrto (Review by Robert Carl)

double bass 

ZVONAR/BLACK: Two in Hand. Trio (Review by Mike Silverton)

double bass 

ZVONAR/BLACK: Two in Hand. Trio (Review by Mike Silverton)

electricbassguitar 

ZVONAR/BLACK: Two in Hand. Trio (Review by Mike Silverton)

electronic upright bass 

ZVONAR/BLACK: Two in Hand. Trio (Review by Mike Silverton)

MIDI bass 

 

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