Experimental Intermedia

''...her 'sound art'..is celestial in its implications & down to earth in its reverence for everyday noises.''-Kyle Gann/Village Voice. [Experimental Intermedia]

David Behrman has been active as a composer and artist since the 1960s. Over the years he has made sound and multimedia installations for gallery spaces as well as musical compositions. Sam Behrman and Siegfried Sassoon met in 1920, when Behrman, then ...

This has David working with interactive computer software & Ben Neill's ''mutantrumpet'', plus for interweaving/overlapping of simple musical phrases. [Experimental Intermedia]

Her work "can be characterized as rigorous forms within which specific sound worlds are explored. She experiments with the physicality of sound on various instruments...(using) both traditional & unusual groups of instruments." [Experimental Intermedia]

A CD that presents a number of intriguing compositions from a composer I wasn't aware of. Very lyrical, yet still ''new music'', with performances by Relache, Guy Klucevsek, The Soho Quartet, Kathleen Supove, & more! [Experimental Intermedia]

This man & his work represent the real 'speculum musicae' of the past 40 years...his music embodies a lifelong commitment to integral radicalism....this is the tradition that Philip has...continued in his music.-Peter Garland [Experimental Intermedia]

Logos Duo have been active as a duo (& a performance space) in Belgium for 25 years. This is their 1st US release, & it ranges from mellow audio soundscapes to heavier, almost Frohmader-ish electronics. [Experimental Intermedia]

Composer & performer best known for his compositions for percussion & ensemble works for diverse instrumentation. This is a collection of live recordings from 3 concerts in NYC from 1990-94, which feature Guy Klucevsek, Ikue Mori, David Shea, David Mos...

Featuring Chris McIntyre and Peter Zummo, trombones; "Blue" Gene Tyranny, keyboards; and The Black Jackets Ensemble.

"This was something unexpected and truly different: pulsing electronic textures that derived their rhythm from the beating...

''Ellen Fullman was born in Memphis TN in 1957. Her career in music was launched at the age of one, when Elvis Presley kissed her hand.'' Fullman is well known for her installation works featuring her ''long string instrument'', a large number of music...

A piece in four parts for magnetic tape collage with live instrumental/vocal ensemble. ''...one of the few composers who can consistantly write totally abstract contemporary music that is both compelling & accessible.''-Stereophile [Experimental Interm...

Clarinet Songs is a 75 minute suite for solo clarinet, divided into 16 ''songs''. Each is based on unique material, & most use circular breathing & alternate fingerings, producing non-tempered intervals with unusual, striking timbres. [Experimental In...

Simplicity & clarity have always been among Johnson's chief concerns. That led him to research number theory. This features all 8178 chords possible in one octave! [Experimental Intermedia]

Simplicity & clarity have always been among Johnson's chief concerns. That led him to research number theory. Each of the piano pieces is a musical demonstration of a mathematical phenomenon. [Experimental Intermedia]

Composer & accordion virtuoso Guy draws on a variety of idioms including Slavic, South American & U.S. styles creating avant/intellectual dance music. Musicians include Tom Cora, John King, Bobby Previte & Doug Wieselman. [Experimental Intermedia]

Leach's work explores the physicality of sound, working extensively with the timbres of instruments, creating unusual combinations & interference tones. Space is also a concern; how sound changes when moved around a room. [Experimental Intermedia]

A split release by two modern women composers, both inspired by the same-named mountain in Montana. Both pieces are quite different, but both are rather abstract and spacey. [Experimental Intermedia]

Mac Low's many faceted career covers music, poetry, painting, performance & multimedia. He worked with Fluxus in the 60's & chance operations in the 50's. ''Aphoristic bursts of music separated by silences played with...fleeting beauty.''-The New York ...

2 cds for the price of 1. These two discs represent some of Gen Ken Montgomery's sound art and compositional work from 1981-2001. Pondfloorsample is a collection of sonic explorations utilizing common devices meant to hold something other than sound. ...

"Charlie Morrow (b. 1942) is a sound artist, composer, sound poet, event maker. Charlie Morrow is a conceptualist whose music and sound work explores many styles and forms, from events for media and public spaces to commercial soundtracks, new media...

Adjacent tones beat violently against one another while clouds of harmonics hover above the wavering drone. The listener hears pitches not being played by the instruments. "Phill Niblock's music has no precendents, invite's no comparisons, & doesn't ev...

Four pieces for multiple tracks of alto, bass & concert flute. ''Phill Niblock's music has no precedents, invites no comparisons, & doesn't even suggest any metaphors to me. It is simply itself & must be heard to be believed.''-Village Voice. '' [Exp...

This is the first album in 12 years to document Panhuysen's work with long string installations. His work was previously documented on a beautiful, long o/p triple album box in1985, but this is the 1st CD issue of his music. Includes an informative, 32...

"The six (or seven) pieces on these CDs document live performance works which span 1996 to the present. Most of the solo pieces are structured improvisations, in that they have a broad form which is repeated from performance to performance while the de...

"Much has been written to guide listeners through the course of a preconceived form. Although Michael J. Schumacher's music is distinctly his own it has been inspired by David Tudor and Morton Feldman as well as La Monte Young. Like their music it is ...

Includes 3 pieces; Go Guitars (for 5 microtonally tuned electric guitars), Cirrus (for 6 trumpets), & Simoom (for 8 cellos). [Experimental Intermedia]

"I first heard David Watson some 25 or more years ago at a small festival in Tasmania. Exotic location - and so was the music. I was astonished by a highly developed bowed guitar technique - up there with one of my favourite bowed guitar exponents...

This explores a trombone-specific method for generating melodic movement. With Zummo-trombone & voice, Arthur Russell-cello & voice, Jon Gibson-soprano & alto saxes, Dennis Masuzzo-bass, Bill Ruyle-marimba & voice, Joseph Kubera-keyboards & Mustafa Ahm...