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IN MEMORIAM WILLIAM HIBBARD- Parsons' Piece. String...: (Review by James H. North)

vibraphone 

LIANG, LEI: Verge Quartet... (Formosa Str Qrt) (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

ADAMS, JOHN LUTHER: The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

BISCARDI: Mestiere (Review by Paul Rapoport)

percussion 

BRESNICK: Grace. Tent of Miracles. Songs of the Mouse People. Fantasia on a Theme of Willie Dixon. My Twentieth Century (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

CAGE, JOHN: Four2. ear for EAR (Antiphonies). Five. In a Landscape (Review by Marc Medwin)

percussion 

CORY, ELEANOR: Designs (Review by Paul Rapoport)

percussion 

CZERNOWIN, CHAYA: 5 Action Sketches (Review by Joe Cadagin)

conductor 

CZERNOWIN, CHAYA: Wintersongs (Review by Joe Cadagin)

conductor 

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

percussion 

FELDMAN, MORTON: Rothko Chapel (Review by Marc Medwin)

percussion 

FERNEYHOUGH: Prometheus (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

GABURO: Antlphony IX (... A Dot...), for Orchestra, Children, and Tape. ENOUGH—(not enough)—, for Forty Voices and Percussion (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

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

percussion 

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

percussion 

LENNON, JOHN ANTHONY: Distances Within Me (Review by Paul Rapoport)

percussion 

LEWIS, PETER TOD: Signs and Circuits. Bricolage. Manestar.... of bells... and time. Gestes (Review by Scott Wheeler)

percussion 

LIANG, LEI: Luminous (Review by Robert Carl)

conductor 

PASCOAL: Arapua (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

REYNOLDS: Electroacoustic Music (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

REYNOLDS: Not Only Night, for Soprano and Five Instruments (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

REYNOLDS: Odyssey, an Opera in the Mind Summer Island, for Oboe and Computer Sound. Archipelago, for Thirty-two Instruments and Computer Sound. Autumn Island, for Marimba. Fantasy for Piano (Review by Mike Silverton)

marimba 

REYNOLDS: The Paris Pieces (Review by Mike Silverton)

marimba 

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

percussion 

SATIE: Gnossiennes Nos. 1, 3, 4 (Review by Marc Medwin)

percussion 

SATIE: Ogives Nos. 1, 2 (Review by Marc Medwin)

percussion 

SMITH, STUART SAUNDERS: Links (Review by Art Lange)

vibraphone 

STEIGER: Double Concerto for Two Orchestras (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

VIERK: Red Shift (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

WUORINEN: Percussion Duo (Review by Paul Rapoport)

percussion 

XENAKIS: Aïs, for Amplified Baritone, Solo Percussionist, and Large Orchestra. Gendy 3, for Computer-Generated Sound. Taurhiphanie, for Computer-Generated Sound. Thalleïn, for Fourteen Instrumentalists (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

YUASA: Mutterings, for Soprano and Seven Players (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

ZIPORYN: Tsmindao Ghmêrto (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

 

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