Decompositions

Wednesday 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Genres: Neoclassical, Modern, Minimalism, Maximalism
Host: Jack Thomson

Decompositions plays music in the classical tradition from the early 1900’s to today. We explore a wide array of composers from Ravel to Eastman and beyond. Catch the best in minimalism, maximalism and more Wednesdays at 8am.

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Decompositions 2/15/2017 Klein

Bunch of PUNKS

 

Central Park in the Dark – Charles Ives

Dig Deep – Julia Wolfe

Hurqualia – Giacinto Scelsi

Police Police Police Police Police – Bing & Ruth

Banchikicho no Choshi (Gagaku) – Toshio Hosokawa

The Andes: Marche Di Barvoura – George William Warren

Dream Land Op. 59 – George E Bristow

Decompositions 2/8/2017 Đuka

Rebonds A – Iannis Xenakis
On The Ocean – David Behrman
Appartion I. The Night in Silence Under Many a Star – George Crumb
The Unanswered Question – Charles Ives
The Last Dream of the Beast – Morton Subotnick

Decompositions 2/1/2017 Watts

5 pa’ 2 para flauta y guitarra – Gabriela Ortiz

Ash – Michael Torke

Nyx – Esa-Pekka Salonen

Overture to Orpheus – Louis Andriessen

Decompositions 1/25/17 Moreau

Terry Riley – In C

Eno/Moebius/Roedelius – Luftschloß

John Tavener – The Whale

Karel Goeyvaerts – Sonata for Two Pianos (Nummer 1)

Julia Kent – Heavy Eyes

Julius Eastman – The Holy Presence of Joan D’Arc

 

Decompositions 1/11/2017 Bleuler

Piece – Composer – Performer

NOT a mish-mash

The Immeasurable Space of Tones – John Luther Adams – Amy Knoles/Rob Lorentz/Bryan Pezzone/Marty Walker/Robin Lorenz/Barry Newton
Reflection – Brian Eno – Brian Eno
Ainsi la nuit – Henri Dutilleux – The Belcea Quartet
Shifting Shades I – Huang Ro – Stephen Buck