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ANONYMOUS: Six Pieces f rom The Bird Fancyer's Delight [piccolo) (Review by George Chien)

percussion 

ARNE, THOMAS: Under the Greenwood Tree (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

ARNE, THOMAS: Under the Greenwood free (soprano, piccolo, and harpsichord) (Review by George Chien)

percussion 

AUSTIN, LARRY: iRompidol!, Computer Music on Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

BROWN, EARLE: 1991 (two versions). For Ann (two versions). 1980 (two versions) (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

BROWN, EARLE: Hodograph 1 (Versions 1 and 2). Four Systems. Octet 1 (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

CAGE, JOHN: Composed Improvisation. Variations II (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

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

snare drum 

CAGE, JOHN: Europera 5 (Review by Art Lange)

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CAGE, JOHN: Europera 5 (Review by Mike Silverton)

78 rpm victrola 

CAGE, JOHN: Imaginary Landscapes 1-5. But What About the Noise? (Review by Mike Silverton)

director 

CAGE, JOHN: Ryoanji (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

CAGE, JOHN: Variations III (two versions) (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

CHADABE, JOEL: Follow Me Softly, for Percussion and Synclaviei Digital Music System (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

COUPERIN, FRANÇOIS: The Nighingale in Love (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

COUPERIN, FRANÇOIS: The Nightingale in Love (piccolo and harpsichord) (Review by George Chien)

percussion 

DASHOW, JAMES: Le Tracce di Kronos, i Passi (Traces of Kronos (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

DEMARE: The Turtle Dove Polka (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

DRESHER, PAUL: Mirrors (Review by Mike Silverton)

snare drum 

EASTMAN: Stay on It. If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich? Prelude to the Holy Presence of Joan d'Arc. The Holy Presence of Joan D'Arc. Gay Guerilla. Evil Nigger. Crazy Nigger (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

FELDMAN, MORTON: For Philip Guston (Review by Alex Ross)

chimes 

FELDMAN, MORTON: For Philip Guston (Review by Mike Silverton)

chimes 

FELDMAN, MORTON: For Philip Guston (Review by Alex Ross)

glockenspiel 

FELDMAN, MORTON: For Philip Guston (Review by Mike Silverton)

glockenspiel 

FELDMAN, MORTON: For Philip Guston (Review by Alex Ross)

marimba 

FELDMAN, MORTON: For Philip Guston (Review by Mike Silverton)

marimba 

FELDMAN, MORTON: For Philip Guston (Review by Alex Ross)

vibraphone 

FELDMAN, MORTON: For Philip Guston (Review by Mike Silverton)

vibraphone 

FELDMAN, MORTON: Give My Regards to Eighth Street (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

FELDMAN, MORTON: Instruments II (Review by John Story)

conductor 

FELDMAN, MORTON: Intersections 2 and 3. The King of Denmark (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

FELDMAN, MORTON: The Viola in My Life IV (Review by John Story)

conductor 

FELDMAN, MORTON: The Viola in My Life. False Relationships and the Extended Ending. Why Patterns? (Review by Alex Ross)

percussion 

FELDMAN, MORTON: Why Patterns? (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

FELDMAN, MORTON: Why patterns? Crippled Symmetry (Review by Mike Silverton)

glockenspiel 

FELDMAN, MORTON: Why patterns? Crippled Symmetry (Review by Mike Silverton)

vibraphone 

FOSS: 13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird (Review by Peter Burwasser)

percussion 

FOSS: Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird (Review by John Ditsky)

percussion 

GARCÍA, ORLANDO JACINTO: La Belleza del Silencio. On the Eve of the Second Year Anniversary of Morton's Death (1989). Improvisation with Metallic Materials. Sitio Sin Nombre. Metallic Images (Review by Robert Carl)

percussion 

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

snare drum 

HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Acis and Galatea (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI: Alone I (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

HAUBENSTOCK-RAMATI: Graphic Music. Kreise. Batterie. Décisions. Kreise (2nd realization) (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

HILLER, LEJAREN: An Apotheosis of Archaeopterix (piccolo and berimbau) (Review by George Chien)

percussion 

HILLER, LEJAREN: An Apotheosis of Archaeopterix (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

HILLER, LEJAREN: Computer Music Retrospective (Review by Kyle Gann)

percussion 

HILLER, LEJAREN: Computer Music Retrospective (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

HILLER, LEJAREN: Expo '85, for Multiple Synthesizers. String Quartet No. 4 (“Illiac Suite“). Computer Music for Percussion and Tape. Persiflage, for Flute, Oboe, and Percussion. An Avalanche for Pitchman, Prima Donna, Player Piano, Percussionist, and Pre-ftecorded Playback (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

HILLER, LEJAREN: Expo '85, for Multiple Synthesizers. String Quartet No. 4. Computer Music for Percussion and Tape. Persiflage. An Avalanche (Review by Kyle Gann)

percussion 

HORWOOD: Birds (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

JANÁČEK, LEOŠ: The March of the Bluebirds (piccolo and piano) (Review by George Chien)

percussion 

JANÁČEK, LEOŠ: The March of the Bluebirds (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

KLING: Two Little Bullfinches (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

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

snare drum 

KOEHLER: The Nightingale Polka (piccolo and piano) (Review by George Chien)

percussion 

KOEHLER: The Nightingale Polka (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

LIPPE, CORT: Music for Clarinei andlSPW (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

MCBRIDE: Shut Up, Mockingbird (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

MOLLICONE: The Face on the Barroom Floor (Review by John Ditsky)

percussion 

PIETRO, DI: The Third Position/Multiple (Review by Peter Burwasser)

keyboard 

PIETRO, DI: The Third Position/Multiple (Review by Colin Clarke)

keyboard 

READ: The Bird Fancyer’s Delight excerpts. F (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

READ: The Canary Polka (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

SELLARS: Radio Sonata (Review by Mike Silverton)

snare drum 

SMIT, LEO U.S.A.: Cock Robin (soprano, piccolo, and percussion) (Review by George Chien)

percussion 

SPEACH: Moto. Pensees. Trajet Sonata. Shattered Glass. Telepathy (Review by Kyle Gann)

percussion 

TERSCHAK: The Nightingale (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

berimbau 

WASCHKA II: Visions of Habakkuk, Computer Music on Tape (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

WOLFF, CHRISTIAN G.: Edges (two versions) (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

WOLFF, CHRISTIAN G.: Exercises (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

WOLFF, CHRISTIAN G.: Pairs (Versions 1 and 2) (Review by Mike Silverton)

percussion 

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

snare drum 

 

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