The Squid's Ear Magazine
Squidco's Memorial Day Sale, Save 10% to 15% Fri-Monday!



MusicWorks: #96 Fall 2006 with CD (Musicworks)


 

Price: $14.35
Price Was: $15.95
Squidco Memorial Day Sale!:
Save $1.60




Quantity:

In Stock

Quantity in Basket: None

Log In to use our Wish List
Shipping Weight: 4.00 units

Sample The Album:


product information:

Click an artist name above to see in-stock items for that artist.




Label: Musicworks
Publisher: Musicworks
Catalog ID: #96
Squidco Product Code: 7190

Format: MAGAZINE + CD
Condition: New
Released: 2006
Country: Canada
Packaging: Magazine and CD

Descriptions, Reviews, &c.
Canada's excellent new and avant music magazine with a CD including work by K-Space, Negativlad and Autorickshaw.

A modern spin on a classical tradition
By Tilman Lewis

Naturally Eelectronic: The art of Kristi Allik and Robert Mulder
By Stephanie Moore

Beyond postcards from the concert hall: An interview with Paul Dolden
By Jeremy Owen Turner

Entering K-Space
By Julian Cowley

Music Without An Audience Part 2: The visual and the aural, popular and unpopular
By Donal Mcgrait

What makes you believe in the future of art music? Why we make music. why we need it
By Tim Brady

Artist Biographies

Track Listing:



CD



1. Kapi-Wallah (2003) 16:29

by Suba Sankaran and / and Ed Hanley of / de Autorickshaw Performed by / interprété par Autorickshaw: Suba Sankaran, voice / voix, solkattu; Ed Hanley, tabla, solkattu, percussion; Rich Brown, bass / basse; Debashis Sinha, riqq. Commissioned by / commande de Natasha Bahkt. From the album / tiré de l'album autorickshaw



2. Ganamurthy (2004) 6:29

Arranged by / arrangé par Suba Sankaran and / and Ed Hanley for / pour Autorickshaw. Performed by / interprété par Suba Sankaran, voice / voix, solkattu; Ed Hanley, tabla, solkattu, percussion; Rich Brown, bass / basse; Debashis Sinha, multikit, doumbek Sruti box (drone). From the album / Tiré de l'album Four Higher



3. Below the Walls of Jericho (excerpt/extrait) (1988-89) 5:39

by Paul Dolden



4. Twilight's Ritual Incantations (excerpt/extrait) (1997-2002) 4:30

by Paul Dolden



5. Beyond the Walls of Jericho (excerpt/extrait) (1991-92) 4:19

by Paul Dolden



6. L'ivresse de la vitesse (excerpt/extrait) (1992-93) 4:15

by Paul Dolden



7. Live In The Northern Hemisphere (2000) 3:53

by K-Space

Composed by Tim Hodgkinson and Ken Hyder, registered with the Performing Rights Society. Performed by Gendos Chamzyryn, Ken Hyder, and Tim Hodgkinson.



8. Kungaa and Kaznacheev Rap (2004) 3:59

by K-Space

Composed by Tim Hodgkinson and Ken Hyder, registered with the Performing Rights Society. Performed by Gendos Chamzyryn, Ken Hyder, and Tim Hodgkinson.



9. Moving Sprits (2004) 4:37

by K-Space

Composed by Tim Hodgkinson and Ken Hyder, registered with the Performing Rights Society. Performed by Gendos Chamzyryn, Ken Hyder, and Tim Hodgkinson.



10. Machine Symphony (2000) 3:13

by Kristi Allik



11. Sea Spirits (2002) 5:07

by Kristi Allik



12. Funk Island (2002) 3:02

by Kristi Allik

Performed by / interprété par David McCallum, didgeridoo.



13. Debrusions (2005) 4:04

by LEARK

Performed by / interprété par Mike Cassells, David McCallum, Robert Mulder, Kristi Allik: laptop and electronics / ordinateur portable and l'électronique; Cheryl O, cello/violoncelle.



14. Skyharp (excerpt/extrait) (1999) 3:49

by Kristi Allik and / and Robert Mulder

Related Categories of Interest:

Book
December 2006
Canadian Composition & Improvisation
Friends of Squid

Search for other titles on the label:
Musicworks.


Recommended & Related Releases:
Other Recommended Releases:
MusicWorks
#116 Summer 2013 [MAGAZINE + CD]
(Musicworks)
Summer 2013 issue with 8 track CD. On the cover and featured: Colin Stetson. Profile on Buffalo new music. Articles on SlowPitch's Emoralis, soft-circuit sound sculpture. Plus reviews, events, words, &c.
MusicWorks
#115 Spring 2013 [MAGAZINE + CD]
(Musicworks)
Spring 2013 issue with 9 track CD. On the cover and featured: Akio Suzuki; Featured: Nicolas Bernier and Martin Messier; Featured: Edrem Helvacioglu; Profile on The Ratchet Orchestra. Plus reviews, events, words, &c.
MusicWorks
#114 Winter 2012 [MAGAZINE + CD]
(Musicworks)
Winter 2012 issue with 8 track CD; on the cover and featured: Tim Hecker; Featured Pheeroan Aklaff; Featured: Michachu & The Shapes; Profile on Zosha di Castri. Articles on Circuit Bending; Sonic Geography of NYC, Time Square.
MusicWorks
#113 Summer 2012 [MAGAZINE + CD]
(Musicworks)
Canada's premiere music magazine in their Summer 2012 issue with articles including Jean-Francoise Laporte; Rose Bolton; Cassandra Miller; Derek Charles; plus a 10 track CD with tracks from those and other artists.
MusicWorks
#112 Spring 2012 [MAGAZINE + CD]
(Musicworks)
Canada's premiere new music magazine, with Philip Glass on the cover, plus articles on Jocelyn Morlock, Farah, D'Eon and Gill, and Olivia Block, and a 12 track CD of works by those and other artists.



Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought:
Kobi, Christian (solo and with Taku Sugimoto / Yoko Ikeda / Wakana Ikeda
Atta!
(Monotype)
Four solo saxophone improvisations, two on tenor and two on soprano, using remarkable technique and concentration from Swiss improviser Christian Kobi performing live in Tokyo and Osaka in 2017, plus a live quartet improvisation with flutist Wakana Ikeda, violinist Yoko Ikeda, and guitarist Taku Sugimoto for an open-approached performance of detailed, minimal improv.
Various Artists
Asian Meeting Recordings #1
(Doubtmusic)
Otomo Yoshihide started The Asian Meeting Festival in 2005 to foster creative interaction between Japanese and other Asian musicians, since 2014 curated by DJ Sniff, and here in the 2017 edition at GOK Sound, in Tokyo, Japan with a who's-who of players including Yoshihide, Ryoko Ono, Ko Ishikawa, Son X, KEITO, Yuji Ishihara, Yuen Chee Wai, &c. &c.
Fujii, Satoko / Natsuki Tamura
Kisaragi
(Libra)
On their 5th album together, pianist Satoko Fujii and trumpeter Natsuki Tamura push the limits on approach and technique with their instruments, creating otherworldly and captivating improvisations, both players deciding against using "normal instrumental sounds", instead using preparations and textural approaches to create truly unique music.
Prehn, Tom Quartet
Axiom
(Corbett vs. Dempsey)
Pianist Tom Prehn's quartet with Frits Krogh on tenor sax, Poul Ehlers on bass, and Finn Slumstrup on bass, superb European free jazz recorded in 1963 in Copenhagen but never formally released, here remastered and issued with an unreleased track from 1966.
Daniel, Sylvain / Gregoire Galichet / Matthieu Metzger
Killing Spree
(Ayler)
Saxophonist Matthieu Metzger takes us on the dark side in a "Killing Spree" with electric bassist Sylvain Daniel and drummer Gregoire Galichet, 9 pieces of demanding improvisation that share a Naked City or Court of the Crimson King energy fueled by awesome technical prowess.
Parodi, Claudio
Heavy Nichel
(Creative Sources)
Solo improvisations on the Turkish Clarinet from Claudio Parodi, an Italian classically trained pianist who also works with self-built/self-modified electronics, non-western reeds, and selected percussions.
Bartlett, Nathaniel
Trichotomic Ecology [CD + DVD]
(Sound-Space Audio Lab)
Electronic artist Nathaniel Bartlett (marimba, computer) is joined by Geoffrey Brady (percussion) and Nils Bultmann (viola) for a physical and temporal sound experience.
MusicWorks
#110 Summer 2011 [MAGAZINE + CD]
(Musicworks)
Summer 2011 issue of Canada's premiere music magazine and CD, with articles and tracks from Gregory Oh, Grimes, Doldrums, The Vegetable Orchestra, Terri Hron, Miguel Azguime, Rachel Wadham, &c.
MusicWorks
#107 Summer 2010 [MAGAZINE + CD]
(Musicworks)
Canada's premiere new music magazine's Summer 2010 issue with articles on Marilyn Lerner, Richard Marsella, Richard Windeyer, Psychotropic Sonics, plus a 12-track CD.
Verga, Giampaolo
Fadensonnen
(Creative Sources)
"Fadensonnen" presents 7 minimal electronic pieces for electronics, violin and voice, nuanced and subtle pieces that use timbre and spatial properties to great effect.
Ciciliani, Marko
81 Matters in Elemental Order
(Evil Rabbit)
81 short tracks performed on the no-input mixer without multitracking or processing, intended to be played in a random sequence.
Candlesnuffer
Wakool
(Room40)
Wakool is an interrogation into an expanded range of techniques and gestures from David Brown playing banjo, electroacoustic guitar, bandura, and eukolin.



The Squid's Ear Magazine

The Squid's Ear Magazine

© 2002-, Squidco LLC