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              Playlist for Classical Discoveries Goes Avant-Garde with Marvin Rosen

Wednesday, July 14, 2010  -  11:00am - 3:00pm

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Classical Discoveries Goes Avant-Garde presented the World Premiere Broadcast of Morton Feldman's, "Dance Suite" [For Merle Marsicano] (1963), very minimalist 21-minute 'lost work', recorded by Glenn Freeman, percussion and Debora Petrina, piano-celeste. Originally composed for the dancer and choreographer Merle Marsicano in 1963, it was the longest work Feldman had composed to date and provides insight into his upcoming 1964 solo percussion work "The King of Denmark".

This very unique and haunting sound world, created with various keyboards, mallet instruments and exotic percussion instruments, can later be heard in several of Feldman's epic length works of the late 1970s and 1980s.

Feldman, Morton The King of Denmark Max Neuhaus, Percussion Sony Records International - SICC 79 11:01
Feldman, Morton Dance Suite (1963) (World Premiere Broadcast) Glenn Freeman, Percussion, Debora Petrina, Piano and Celeste OgreOgress - (O*01) - (Upcoming Release) 11:09
Monk, Meredith Return to Earth Musica Sacra, Richard Westenburg, Conductor RCA Catalyst - 61822-2 11:32
Terterian, Avet Symphony No. 3 Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Avet Terterian, Conductor ASV - DCA 986 11:39
Maya Beiser and Marvin Maya Beiser and Marvin Live in WPRB Studio
The world renowned Israeli cellist and new music recording artist


WPRB made the sound files accessible to listeners who may have missed Maya Beiser's interview. Go to

Maya Beiser on You Tube    -    Purchase Provenance

Anonymous, Arr. Evan Ziporyn Tsmindao Ghmerto Maya Beiser, Cello and Vocals Koch International Classics - 7464-2 12:02
Gordon, Michael Industry (1993) Maya Beiser, Cello Sony Classical - SK 66483 12:24
Reich, Steve Cello Counterpoint (2003) Maya Beiser, Cello (all 8 parts) Nonesuch Records - 79891-2 12:48
Kalhor, Kayhan I Was There (from Provenance) Maya Beiser, Cello, Bassam Saba, Oud, Shane Shanahan and Jeremy Haddad, Percussion  Innova - 778 - (I*02) 13:12
Gubaidulina, Sofia In Croce Maya Beiser, Cello, Dorothy Papadakos, Organ Koch International - 7258-2 13:42
Golijov, Osvaldo Mariel Maya Beiser, Cello Koch International Classics - KIC-CD-7556 14:02
Ung, Chinary Khse Buon (shortened verison) Maya Beiser, Cello Live in WPRB Studio 14:20
Piazzolla, Astor Oblivion Maya Besiser, Cello, Anthony de Mare, Piano Koch Internatiional Classics - 3-7442-2 14:30
Arr. Body, Jack Gada Yina African Maya Beiser, Cello, Steven Schick, Percussion OO Discs - 0067 14:37
Gasparian, Djivan Memories (from Provenance) Maya Beiser, Cello Innova - 778 - (I*02) 14:45
Page, Jimmy and Plant, Robert, Arr. Evan Ziporan Kashmir (from Provenance) Maya Beiser, Cello, Jerry Marotta, Drums - Innova - 778 - (I*02) 14:54


Links where to buy CD used in current show:
(A*01)...Arkiv Music
(I*02)...Innova Recordings
(O*01)...OgreOgress productions


Links to interesting websites:
The Living Composers Project
Center for the Promotion Contemporary Composers
American Music Center
International Alliance for Women in Music

to find more links go to: Interesting Musical Links | Early Music | 20 and 21-Century Composers | Performers

Links to Internet CD Stores:
Princeton Record Exchange - Buy and sell New and Used Classical CDs, DVDs and Classical Records

to find more links go to: Recording Companies and CD Stores on Line

Links to Internet Classical Music Magazines:
Music & Vision - classical music daily from around the world
Music Web International
New Music Box - Monthly Web Music Magazine
Sequenza/21 - The Contemporary Classical Music Portal

to find more links go to: Interesting Musical Links


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