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Jason Kahn’s “Berliner,” the tenth entry in issue 2014, has just been published. View the score, listen to the recording, and read about this body of work, here.

Joseph Clayton Mills’s “Mourning Piece (second variation),” the ninth entry in issue 2014, has just been published. View the score, here, and check back for the recording following the premiere (June 22nd) as part of the “Intimates” event in New York.

KCM Walker & Sara Peck’s “WILD CITY & Snug / Ride,” the eighth entry in issue 2014, has just been published. View the score, here, and check back for the recording following the premiere (June 22nd) as part of the “Intimates” event in New York.

Dominic Lash’s “Chord Sequence with Interruptions,” the seventh entry in issue 2014, has just been published. View the score, here, and check back for the recording following the premiere (June 22nd) as part of the “Intimates” event in New York.

Matt Marble’s “MOOD RING,” the sixth entry in issue 2014, has just been published. View the score, here, and check back for the recording following the premiere (June 22nd) as part of the “Intimates” event in New York.

Olivia Block’s “Mirror,” the fifth entry in issue 2014, has just been published. View the score, here, and check back for the recording following the premiere (June 26th) at this event.

Nomi Epstein’s “Combine, Juxtapose, Delayed Overlap,” the fourth entry in issue 2014, has just been published (including both the piece by Nomi as well as a two part interview with Nomi conducted by guest editor Olivia Block). View Nomi’s entry, and listen to the interview, here.

“Combine, Juxtapose, Delayed Overlap” will be premiered in Chicago on June 26th as part of this event.

April 12th
WEST COAST SOUNDINGS / the experimental music yearbook
Kolomba, Kolumbastraße 4 – D-50667, Cologne, Germany
600PM
€10.00

Im Rahmen der Ausstellung von Bruno Jakob, für dessen Malerei John Cage ein wichtiger Bezugspunkt ist, spielen unter dem Titel WEST COAST SOUNDINGS fünf Musiker Stücke aus dem »experimental music yearbook«. Diese Onlinepublikation ist ein wahrer Fundus an Partituren von jungen Komponisten, die am California Institute of the Arts bei James Tenney und Michael Pisaro studiert haben und durch ihren experimentellen Umgang mit Musik in John Cages Fußstapfen getreten sind. Das musikalische Interesse dieser Komponisten reicht von der Erforschung von Stimmungssystemen (Lamb) zu komplexen mathematischen Graphiken und Spieltheorien (Winter), dem Gebrauch von Trockeneis, um Triangel zu spielen (Mooney) bis zu Radios als Klangquelle (Anderson). Eine CD mit den Titeln dieses Konzertes ist im Juni 2013 aufgenommen worden und wird im April 2014 bei wandelweiser erscheinen (€20,00).

Mitwirkende:
Frank Gratkowski – Klarinette, Bassklarinette, Altsaxophon, Radio, Triangel
Lucia Mense – Blockflöten, Radio, Triangel
Anton Lukoszevieze – Violoncello, Stimme, Radio, Triangel
Seth Josel – E-Gitarre, Mandoline, Radio, Triangel
hans w. koch – Elektronik, Radio, Triangel

Tim Perkis’ “Drogue Risk (1401 Crack),” our third entry in issue 2014, has just been published. View it here.

The second entry for issue 2014, a re-reading/re-working of Cage’s “But what about the noise…” by d’incise, has just been published. View it here.