Noah Creshevsky – The Tape Music of Noah Creshevsky 1971-92 (EM Records; 2004)
Noah Creshevsky – Hyperrealist Music 2011-2015 (EM Records; 2015)
Noah Creshevsky – Reanimator (Orange Milk; 2018)
Robert Rich – Premonitions (Vinyl on Demand/self-released; 1980-85/2014)
AMM – AMMMusic (Elektra/ReR Megacorp; 1967/1993; digital via Otoroku)
AMM – The Inexhaustible Document (Matchless; 1987)
AMM – The Nameless Uncarved Block (Matchless; 1991)
AMM – Newfoundland (Matchless; 1993)
Patricia Kopatchinskaja – Death and the Maiden – St. Paul Chamber Orchestra (Alpha Classics; 2016)
> Franz Schubert – String Quartet in D minor (D. 810, “Death and the Maiden”); Augustus Hörmiger – Toden Tanz; Anonymous (arr. Kopatchinskaja) – Byzantine Chant on Psalm 140; John Dowland – Pavan (from Seven Teares); Carlo Gesualdo – “Moro, lasso, al mio duolo”; György Kurtág – Ligatura-Message to Frances-Maria (The Answered Unanswered Question); ‘Ruhelos’ (from Kafka Fragments)
Kayla Cashetta – Toys I (excerpt) (SoundCloud; 2018)
Patricia Kopatchinskaja – Take Two – Jorge Sanchez-Chiong, Reto Bieri, Matthias Würsch, Anthony Romaniuk, Laurence Dreyfus, Pablo Márquez, Ernesto Estrella, (Alpha Classics; 2005)
Steve Roach – The Delicate Forever (Timeroom; 2018)
Angélica Negrón – Bubblegum Grass Peppermint Field – performers from Bang on a Can Summer Institute 2011 (SoundCloud; 2011)
Emma O’Halloran – Dying Is a Wild Night – Argus Quartet (SoundCloud; 2017)
Robert Rich – Sleep Concert at Gray Area, 24 Feb 2018 (self-released; 2018)
X. Lee – SPEC.: Voice, Cello, & Live Electronics (SoundCloud; 2017)
Exclusively on National Sawdust Log, watch a gorgeous animated-collage video for "My Magic Dreams Have Lost Their Spell," the title track from a forthcoming LP by composer and cellist Nick Storring.
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This week's tally of memorable things National Sawdust Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears includes selections featuring Carla Bley, Dave Douglas, Riot Ensemble, and Ludvig Forssell.
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This week in On the Record, the ingenious composer and vocalist Jennifer Walshe evokes the early history of Western music, aided by artificial intelligence. Plus dozens of listings for forthcoming releases.
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This week's tally of memorable things National Sawdust Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears includes selections featuring Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays, Jasmine Guffond, Vanessa Rossetto, and Reinbert de Leeuw.
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