“Jean-François Laporte Builds Sound Totems to the Future” by Richard Simas “Derek Charke Embraces the Arctic with Sound” by WL Altman “Cassandra Miller’s Unclassifiable Concert Music” by Richard Simas “Rose Bolton’s Uninhibitedly Eclectic Music” by Nick Storring “The Indie Rock-ification of Chamber Music” by Aaron Gervais “Eliot Britton Searches for a Common Musical Language” by Gloria Lipski “Jeff Morton: Hacked Composition” by David McCallum DIY: “How to Make a Grab Bag of Noise” by Rob Cruickshank Sonic Geography: “Paris, France: Fête de la Musique, June 21, 2011” by Paul Steenhuisen Visions of Sound: “Years: The History of a Tree’s Growth Translated into Sound” by Bartholomäus Traubeck Event Review: “Merce Cunningham Dance Company: the final event. New York City, U.S.A.” by Matt Rogalsky
ON THE CD 1. An Unheard Message (2008) Composed, performed, and recorded by Rose Bolton. 2. Very Near the Flat Edge of the Earth (Excerpt, 2007) Composed by Rose Bolton. Performed by Pemi Paull and Pepi Pilibossian. 3. Nanook of the North (Excerpt, 2012) 11:05 Composed by Tanya Tagaq and Derek Charke. Soundscape composed by Derek Charke. Performed by Tanya Tagaq and Derek Charke. 4. Rust (Excerpt, 2011) 11:56 Composed and performed by Jean-François Laporte and Benjamin Thigpen. 5. Le Sang de la Terre (Excerpt, 2003) 3:56 Composed and performed by Jean-François Laporte. 6. Fête de la Musique (2012) 5:05 Composed by Paul Steenhuisen. 7. Steampunk [Lite] (Excerpt 2010) Composed by Eliot Britton. Performed by Ben Duinker and Eliot Britton. 8. Television Sky (Excerpt, 2010) Composed by Eliot Britton. Composed by The Expanded Performance Trio: Erika Donald, Ben Duinker, and Eliot Britton. 9. Beech Tree (Excerpt, 2011) 4:27 Composed by Bartholomäus Traubeck. 10. Bel Canto (2010) Composed by Cassandra Miller. Performed by Ensemble Kore.