Xiphiidae – Crystal Marvelous Fruit (Excite Bike; 2009)
Tom Carter – Snow Feeds the River (self-released Bandcamp subscriber exclusive; 2018. Details here.)
Randy Weston – Randy Weston’s African Rhythms (Polydor/Comet; 1969/2002)
Keith Rowe – The Room Extended (Erstwhile; 2016)
Sumac – Love in Shadow (Thrill Jockey; due Sept. 21, 2018)
Mamiffer – Hirror Enniffer (Hydra Head; 2008)
Sarah Davachi – Gave In Rest (Ba Da Bing; due Sept. 14, 2018)
Christian Wolff – Two Orchestra Pieces (New World; 2018)
> John, David – Robin Schulkowsky, SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg/Lothar Zagrosek; Rhapsody – Ostravská banda/Petr Kotik, Peter Rundel, Roland Kluttig
Various artists – 5 Minutes (New York Times Spotify playlist; 2018)
Tesla Quartet – Ravel, Haydn, Stravinsky (Orchid Classics; 2018)
> Maurice Ravel – String Quartet in F; Menuet sur le nom d’Haydn (arr. Ross Snyder); Franz Joseph Haydn – String Quartet in C (Op.54 No.2); Maurice Ravel – Menuet antique (arr. Ross Snyder); Igor Stravinsky – Concertino; Maurice Ravel – Menuet in C-sharp minor (Op. posth.; arr. Ross Snyder)
Yevgeny Kutik – Sounds of Defiance – Timothy Bozarth (Marquis Classics; 2012)
> Alfred Schnittke – Sonata No. 1 for Violin and Piano; Joseph Achron – Hebrew Melody (Op. 33); Hebrew Lullaby (Op. 35, No. 2); Dmitri Shostakovich – Sonata for Violin and Piano (Op. 134); Arvo Pärt – Spiegel im Spiegel
Enrique Granados – Goyescas; Crepúsculo; Jácara; Reverie-Improvisation; Intermezzo (de la ópera Goyescas); El Pelele – José Menor (IBS Classics; 2017)
Phyllis Chen and Nathan Davis – The Other Mozart (self-released; 2018)
Julius Eastman – Joy Boy – S.E.M. Ensemble (Frozen Reeds; 1974/2017)
Marillion – North American Tour 2012: Irving Plaza, New York City, USA 12 June 2012 (Racket; 2012. Details here.)
Barker Trio – Avert Your I (Astral Spirits; 2018)
Gabriel Kahane – Book of Travelers (Nonesuch; 2018)
Tangerine Dream – The Official Bootleg Series, Volume One (Esoteric; 1974-76/2015)
This week in On the Record, Decca Gold announces a new recording of Julia Wolfe's gripping oratorio 'Fire in my mouth,' played by the New York Philharmonic and guests—plus listings for dozens of new and upcoming releases.
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This week's tally of memorable things Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears includes selections featuring the Iranian Female Composers Association, Jessica Pavone, Bailey/Bennink/Parker, and Chaya Czernowin.
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This week's tally of memorable things Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears includes selections featuring Sean McCann, Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti, Matana Roberts, and Johnny Gandelsman.
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