Bibliographical List of
Kyle Gann's Complete Village Voice Columns (1986-2005)


Ever wish you could hunt down a Kyle Gann column that you read awhile back and forgot to save? Or do you have a Xerox of a review that you want to quote somewhere, and wish you had the bibliographic data for a footnote? Well, this complete list of Gann's articles for the Village Voice will solve both problems - or you can just browse through and see whom and what he's written about.


1986:
1. A Show of Hands (Rebecca LaBreque playing William Kraft, David Gottlieb, Dean Friedman, Robert Pace, Gregory Reeves; and the NY Phil faking Xenakis) - December 2, 1986 (Vol. XXXI No. 48, p. 114)
2. The Moment Recaptured (Philip Glass) - December 9, 1986 (Vol. XXXI No. 49, p. 96)
3. In from the Outback (John J. Becker) - December 16, 1986 (Vol. XXXI No. 50, p. 110)
4. Ironywares (David Garland, Frankie Mann) - December 23, 1986 (Vol. XXXI No. 51, p. 112)
5. The Third World (Shelley Hirsch, Glen Velez) - December 30, 1986 (Vol. XXXI No. 52, p. 88)
1987:
6. Paris and Pink Sunsets (Daniel Lentz, Elodie Lauten, Steve Gorn) - January 13, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 2, p. 76)
7. Let X = X (minimalism versus serialism) - February 24, 1987 (Vol. XXXIII No. 8, p. 76)
8. Contoured Sheets (Penderecki, Tower, Perle) - (Vol. XXXIII No. 9, p. 75)
9. Getting Into Trouble (Peter Van Riper) - March 10, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 10, p. 76)
10. Sho Tunes (Mayumi Miyata, Carman Moore, Jalalu-Kalvert Nelson, Leslie Adams) - March 17, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 11, p. 76)
11. Camping Out (McLean Mix) - March 24, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 12, p. 68)
12. Body Language (Fast Forward, David First) - April 7, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 14, p. 70)
13. 8178-Chord Wonder (Tom Johnson, Phill Niblock) - April 14, 1987 (Vol. XXII No. 15, p. 84)
14. Alien ("Blue" Gene Tyranny) - April 21, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 16, p. 66)
15. Revolution Now (the Bowery Ensemble playing Cage, Feldman, Wolff, and Brown) - April 28, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 17, p. 78)
16. The Iron Curtain (Uptown/Downtown schizophrenia: Aaron Jay Kernis, Joelle Leandre, Larry Simon, Pauline Oliveros) - May 19, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 20, p. 80)
17. Sleight of Hands (Michel Waisvisz, Ellen Fullman) - May 26, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 21, p. 92)
18. Maximal Spirit (La Monte Young) - June 9, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 23, p. 70)
19. Atomic Energy (Parnassus playing Blaustein, Davidovsky, Wheeler, Wolpe) - June 16, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 24, p. 81)
20. Musica Telephonica (The Hub) - June 23, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 25, p. 83)
21. Scoring the Street (William Ortiz) - June 30, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 26, p. 76)
22. Group Photos (S.E.M. Ensemble, Downtown Ensemble, North/South Consonance Ensemble) - July 7, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 27, p. 76)
23. Trap Sets (the Knitting Factory's improvisation festival) - July 14, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 28, p. 88)
24. Yearning for Ismism (the dearth of ideas in recent music) - August 4, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 31, p. 76)
25. Rising to the Surface (Milton Babbitt's Words About Music) - August 11, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 32, p. 76)
26. Seriously, Just Kidding (Scott Johnson, David Van Tieghem) - August 18, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 33, p. 81)
27. Winding Down the Avant-Garde (what "postmodernism" could mean in music) - August 25, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 34, p. 79)
28. Ear and Mind (intercontinental minimalism: Harold Budd, Laszlo Sary, Gavin Bryars, Arvo Part, Joyce Lightbody, Daniel Lentz, Morton Subotnick, John Adams, Meredith Monk, Glass) - September 8, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 36, p. 78)
29. Big Machines, Little Issues (International Computer Music Conference: Xenakis, Richard Boulanger, Spiegel, Martirano, Dodge, David Keane, David Cope, James Mobberley, Phil Winsor) - September 29, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 39, p. 88)
30. Legacy of the Quiet Touch (obituary for Morton Feldman) - October 6, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 40, p. 93)
31. Godzilla Loves 4/4 (new music from Japan: Sato Michihiro, Kunimoto Takeharu, Poppo) - October 13, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 41, p. 88)
32. Gray Matter (Philip Glass's Satyagraha) - October 20, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 42, p. 94)
33. Medium Rare (Kit Fitzgerald and Peter Gordon, Ed Tannenbaum and Maggi Payne) - October 27, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 43, p. 96)
34. Quiet Heroics (New Music America '87: Duckworth, Thomas Albert, Anthony Coleman, Daniel Goode, Melinda Wagner, Crumb, Wernick, David Mahler, Paul Epstein, Glen Velez) - November 10, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 45, p. 94)
35. I-80 Avant-Garde (Salvatore Martirano) - November 17, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 46, p. 96)
36. Sticking It (S.E.M. Ensemble: Petr Kotik, Carlos Stasi, Joseph Celli) - November 24, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 47, p. 92)
37. Beyond the Unmasterpiece (Steve Reich) - December 1, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 48, p. 114)
38. Say What? (Elliott Sharp, Peter Zummo, Meredith Monk) - December 8, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 49, p. 100)
39. The Risks of R & D (Alvin Lucier) - December 22, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 51, p. 118)
40. First Flight (John Adams's Nixon in China) - December 29, 1987 (Vol. XXXII No. 52, p. 89)
1988:
41. Admiring the Waterfall (David Garland) - January 5, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 1, p. 78)
42. Machine Aged (Bresnick, Rolnick, Austin, Marshall, Brockman, Jerry Hunt, Frankie Mann) - January 12, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 2, p. 80)
43. A Tale of Two Sohos (Plato vs. Aristotle in new music) - January 26, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 4, p. 76)
44. Poles Apart (John Zorn, Bobby Previte) - February 2, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 5, p. 86)
45. Waiting for the Piano (Richard Teitelbaum, Gordon Monohan) - February 9, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 6, p. 88)
46. Yawn (R.I.P. Hayman) - February 16, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 7, p. 98)
47. Fear of Symmetry (Boston Composers Quartet and Kronos Quartet playing Brian Hughes, Thomas Oboe Lee, Robert Aldridge, William Thomas McKinley, Kevin Volans, Robert Sierra, Wolfgang Rihm) February 23, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 8, p. 76)
48. The Rising Yin (Elodie Lauten, Annea Lockwood) - March 8, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 10, p. 86)
49. Lone Star Voodoo (Jerry Hunt) - March 15, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 11, p. 82)
50. Shaking the Kitchen (Imaginary Landscapes: Maryanne Amacher, Mark Trayle, Ron Kuivila, Lois V VierkClarence Barlow) - March 22, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 12, p. 86)
51. Toys Are Not Us (Imaginary Landscapes: Tyranny, Hirsch, Lucier, Sonami, Collins) - March 29, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 13, p. 100)
52. Mottos and Models (Morton Feldman, Rhys Chatham, Anthony Coleman) - April 19, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 16, p. 92)
53. No Shortcuts (John Cage festival at Wesleyan) - May 10, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 19, p. 86)
54. A Neat Little House (Carman Moore) - May 17, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 20, p. 92)
55. Free Samples (Carl Stone, Neil Rolnick) - May 24, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 21, p. 100)
56. The Missing Center (Bang on a Can festival: Glass, Michael Gordon, Pianoduo, Marclay, Anthony Coleman, Torke, Riley, Tom Johnson, Martland, Lang, Cage, Klucevsek) - May 31, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 22, p. 86)
57. Don't Speak Up (Arthur Russell, Yoshi Wada) - June 14, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 24, p. 90)
58. Loving/Hating Downtown (the Downtown Ensemble, Sibyl Madrigal, Marianne Schroeder, American Festival of microtonal Music, Tom Guralnick) - June 28, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 26, p. 106)
59. Tune of the Decade (Daniel Goode's Tunnel-Funnel) - July 5, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 27, p. 72)
60. Without a Hammer (Pierre Boulez) - July 12, 1988 (Vol. Vol. XXXIII No. 28, p. 85)
61. A Secret Manifesto (Fred Lerdahl's cognitive critique of twelve-tone music) - July 26, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 30, p. 82)
62. A Flight at the Opera (John Cage's Europeras I & II) - August 2, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 31, p. 82)
63. Squeezed to Meetcha (Guy Klucevsek) - August 9, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 32, p. 74)
64. Are We Having Fun Yet? (Michael Nyman, Rhys Chatham, Laurie Anderson, William Duckworth) - August 23, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 34, p. 102)
65. Gann's Consumer Guide (Barraque, Austin, Winsor, Chowning, Glass, Lou Harrison, Henry, Klucevsek, Lauten, Roscoe Mitchell, Previte, Rouse, Schanzer, Shapey, Sinopoli, Stockhausen, Tiensuu, Xenakis) - September 6, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 36, p. 78)
66. Ideas Out of thin Air (the Composer-to-Composer festival) - September 20, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 38, p. 78)
67. Time Out of Joint (Peter Garland and Soundings) - September 27, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 39, p. 92)
68. Hear America First (Pianorama: Geri Allen, Anthony Davis, Frederic Rzewski, Ursula Oppens, Margaret Leng Tan) - October 4, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 40, p. 100)
69. Bar Art (Ben Neill) - October 11, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 41, p. 92)
70. Making Music Useful (Scott Johnson, Glass's 1000 Airplanes on the Roof) - November 1, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 44, p. 92)
71. Card-Carrying Minimalist (Ramon Farran) - November 8, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 45, p. 88)
72. When Memory Fails (Jin Hi Kim and Elliott Sharp, Malcolm Goldstein) - November 15, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 46, p. 86)
73. Calm Within Chaos (Dary John Mizelle, Robert Ashley) - November 22, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 47, p. 86)
74. Jamming the Status Quo (women improvisers: Jenoure, Burton, Myra Melford, Jin Hi Kim) - November 29, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 48, p. 95)
75. Where's the Beer? (Guy Klucevsek's polka project, Peter Gordon) - December 13, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 50, p. 104)
76. Ancient Lullabies (Meredith Monk) - December 27, 1988 (Vol. XXXIII No. 52, p. 91)
1989:
77. Like Veal, Only Chewier (New Music America '88: Zorn, Fekdman, Reich, Lavista, Ortiz, Etkin, Salinas, Conrad) - January 3, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 2, p. 80)
78. BYOB (Experimental Intermedia Foundation festival: Jon Gibson, Joel Chadabe, Richard lainhart, Rhys Chatham, Garrett List, and Bun-Ching Lam) - January 10, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 2, p. 71)
79. Out of Your Mind-Set (George Rochberg's The Aesthetics of Survival) - January 24, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 4, p. 74)
80. A Cooler Beat (Bernadette Speach, Thulani Davis) - February 7, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 6, p. 79)
81. In the Loops (Joshua Fried, Aki Takahashi playing Fujieda, Matsudaira, Yuji Takahashi, Peter Garland) - February 14, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 7, p. 82)
82. God on a Compact Disc (Pauline Oliveros, Janice Giteck, Bernadette Speach, Laetitia Sonami, Giacinto Scelsi, and Margaret Leng Tan playing Cage, Hovhaness, and Ge Gan Ru) - February 28, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 9, p. 70)
83. The Yoruban Moon (Tania Leon, Borah Bergman) - March 14, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 11, p. 82)
84. Paradigms Lost (Rhys Chatham, John Zorn, and category blurring) - March 28, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 13, p. 82)
85. A Feast of 16 Strings (Arditti Quartet playing Nancarrow, Rihm, Kagel, MacBride, Siskind, Cage, Scelsi, along with CD releases by Nancarrow and Scelsi) - April 4, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 14, p. 71)
86. Fundamentalism (La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela) - April 11, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 15, p. 86)
87. The Roar of All Things (Essential Music playing Kennedy, Wood; Rhys Chatham) - April 18, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 16, p. 86)
88. Know Your Limits (Stephen Scott, Todd Winkler) - April 25, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 17, p. 83)
89. A Bad Connection (New York/Cologne: Manos Tsangaris, Freseric Rzewski, Nicholas Huber, Walter Zimmermann, Carola Bauckholt, Mauricio Kagel, Clarence Barlow) - May 16, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 20, p. 86)
90. Out of the Din (Bang on a Can festival: Michael Maguire, Bunita Marcus, Pianoduo, Kazue Sawai, Evan Ziporyn) - May 23, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 21, p. 84)
91. Heavy Metal Thunder (Glenn Branca's Sixth Symphony, David Rosenbloom) - May 30, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 22, p. 80)
92. Notes from the Underground (the American Festival of Microtonal Music: Reinhard, Wyschnegradsky, Fasteau) - June 6, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 23, p. 80)
93. A Cosmic Crowd Pleaser (Wendy Chambers, Carman Moore) - June 20, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 25, p. 106)
94. Les Tapes Perdu (Richard Maxfield, Angus MacLise, Terry Jennings) - June 27, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 26, p.86)
95. A Mouse that Roars (Laurie Spiegel) - July 4, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 27, p. 90)
96. Your Time or Mine? (Jonathan Kramer's The Time of Music) - July 11, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 28, p. 80)
97. The Modernist Dance (left and right brain in music) - July 18, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 29, p. 82)
98. Searching for the Plague (Diamanda Galas) - August 15, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 33, p. 86)
99. Opera Glasses (Sorrel Hays, Philip Glass) - August 22, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 34, p. 70)
100. Wind-Breaking Suite (Charles Amirkhanian) - August 29, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 35, p. 82)
101. Blurred Out (cliches of the '80s) - September 5, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 36, p. 70)
102. Consumer Guide (Braxton, Collins, Teitelbaum, Rolnick, Feldman, Lou Harrison, Goldberg, Gyuto Monks, Hykes, Lockwood, marimolin, McNabb, Meredith Monk, Nakai, Oliveros, Dempster, Pousseur, Soldier Quartet, Vivier, Garland) - September 19, 1989 (Vol. XXXIIII No. 38, p. 86)
103. Out of the Ruts (Schanzer and Speach Duo, David First, Jill Burton) - October 10, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 41, p. 78)
104. Oceans Without Walls (Laurie Anderson; obituary for Virgil Thomson) - October 17, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 42, pp. 72, 76)
105. Playing the Numbers (Glen Velez, Brian Eno) - October 24, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 43, p. 88)
106. Roars from Ruhr (Aktive Music's German concert: Staebler, N. Huber, Abbinanti, Ott, Hufschmidt) - October 31, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 44, p. 94)
107. Run That By Me Again (Diana Meckley, Eric Mandat, David Myers, Gen Ken Montgomery) - November 7, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 45, p. 94)
108. Private Bells (Nancarrow, Moondog) - November 14, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 46, pp. 89, 92)
109. Frame of Silence (First Avenue, Marimolin playing Wheeler, Scott Adams, Mays, Andrew Thomas) - November 14, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 46, p. 108)
110. Sound of Silence (Anthony Coleman) - November 21, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 47, p. 83)
111. Insiders, Outsiders, and Old Boys (New Music American 1989) - December 5, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 49, p. 88)
112. Drips and Chocolate (New Music America '89: Trimpin, Hunt, Holcomb, Anthony Coleman, Rzewski, Frith) - December 12, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 50, p. 94)
113. Prayer Wheels Into Turbines (William Harper's Snow Leopard) - December 19, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 51, p. 84)
114. Jokes and Metaphysics (minimalism from Paris: Rhys Chatham, Gavin Bryars, Michael Nyman, Ladislav Kupkovich, Henryk Gorecki) - December 26, 1989 (Vol. XXXIV No. 52, p. 91)
1990:
115. Death, Cartoons, a New Decade (Annea Lockwood, Linda Fisher, Brenda Hutchinson, Lois V Vierk, David First) - January 9, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 2, p. 70)
116. Rock Rules (what was wrong with the '80s) - January 23, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 4, p. 68)
117. It's Only As Good As It Sounds (Richard Rorty: relativism and the avant-garde) - February 6, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 6, p. 86)
118. Rehearsal Pays (Philip Glass, Toby Twining) - February 20, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 8, p. 94)
119. Sound and Let Sound (Alvin Curran, Gordon Monahan) - February 27, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 9, p. 76)
120. Shifting the Scales (Michael Harrison, Bernadette Speach, Alvin Singelton, Louise Talma) - March 6, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 10, p. 88)
121. Dark Stormy Night (Nicolas Collins's It Was a Dark and Stormy Night) - March 13, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 11, p. 92)
122. Jailhouse Scholar (George Lewis, Barbara Held, William Russell) - March 27, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 13, p. 88)
123. Downtown, Pennsylvania (Relache playing Previte, Childs, Anthony Coleman, Duckworth) - April 3, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 14, p. 92)
124. Caught by the Undertow (William Duckworth) - April 10, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 15, p. 86)
125. P.D.Q. Stockhausen ([THE]) - April 17, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 16, p. 88)
126. Plundering for Art (John Oswald and sampling's legal problems) - May 1, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 18, p. 102)
127. Let There Be Noise (David Rosenboom, Trichy Sankaran) - May 8, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 19, p. 90)
128. A Revolution in 53 Melodies (interview with Terry Riley) - May 15, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 20, pp. 91, 94)
129. Hobo Saint (Harry Partch) - May 22, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 21, p. 90)
130. Iso-Rock (Mikel Rouse, Mark Lampariello [Lambert]) - May 29, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 22, p. 96)
131. Spring of Dissonance (Bang on a Can: Zuidam, Van Norden, Martland, Michael Gordon, Julia Wolfe, Tenney, Lansky, Linda Fisher, Bresnick, Lang, Childs) - June 5, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 23, pp. 79-80)
132. Voice of the New (Thomas Buckner singing Jon Gibson, Peter Gena, Annea Lockwood, Nils Vigeland) - June 19, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 25, p. 104)
133. Black Holes and Other Composers (Terry Riley, Elodie Lauten, Joshua Fried, Linda Fisher, Richard Lerman, Conrad Cummings) - July 3, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 27, p. 84)
134. The Kids Are All Right (S.E.M. Ensemble playing Neill, Maclow, Wolff) - July 10, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 28, p. 78)
135. Noises of Fate (the concept of recontextualization) - July 24, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 30, p. 92)
136. Music in Time of War (the Composer-to-Composer Institute) August 7, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 32, p. 88)
137. A Liberal Balance (politics at Composer-to-Composer: Gerhard Staebler, Ge Gan Ru, I Wayan Sadra, Roger Reynolds) - August 14, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 33 p. 86)
138. Don't Worry, Be Hopi (the Hopi home dance) - August 21, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 34, p. 82)
139. Old and New Music Consumer Guide (John Adams, Arditti String Quartet, Feldman, Perotin, Balinese Monkey Chant, Kronos Quartet, Marshall, Mennin, Messiaen, Oppens playing Nancarrow, Carter, and Adams, Singleton, P.A.N. Ensemble, Stockhausen, Xenakis, Zimmermann) - September 4, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 36, pp. 64-65, 67)
140. New Music Man (Tom Johnson as critic) - September 25, 1990
141. Consumer Guide (Riddell, Burt, Hopkins, Borden, Church of Betty, Curran, Fast Forward, David Moss, Hirsch, Santos, Lamb, The Hub, Sonami, Tyranny, Korf, Davidovsky, Wright, Kosugi, Lucier, Machover, Martland) - October 2, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 40, p. 94)
142. Split the Stick, and There Is Cage (books about John Cage) - October 9, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 41, p. 90)
143. Moses's Brain (Schoenberg's Moses und Aron) - October 23, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 43, p. 100)
144. In the Saddle (Dora Ohrenstein performs Johnston, LeBaron, Bouchard, Distler) - October 30, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 44, p. 86)
145. Electric Games (Tom Hamilton, J.D. Parran, Loren Mazzacane, Jon Rose) - November 6, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 45, p. 98)
146. Classical Clash (interview with Rhys Chatham) - November 27, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 48, pp. 99-100)
147. Untitled review (Essential Music playing Schwitters, Cage, and Robert Ashley's Morton Feldman) - November 27, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 48, p. 100)
148. The Primitive Within (Rafael Mostel and the Tibetan Singing Bowl Ensemble, Sussan Deihim and Richard Horowitz, Pamela Z) - December 4, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 49, p. 80)
149. An Excess of Riches ("Blue" Gene Tyranny) - December 11, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 50, p. 92)
150. Yin / Yang Raga (Pauline Oliveros, Rhys Chatham) - December 18, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 51, p. 100)
151. Doing Windows (Laetitia Sonami, Richard Zvonar) - December 25, 1990 (Vol. XXXV No. 52, p. 111)
1991:
152. America the Callous (Brenda Hutchinson, Charles Wood) - January 1, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 1, p. 75)
153. Cave Mystics (Jin Hi Kim, Annea Lockwood) - January 8 , 1991 (Vol. XXXV No. 2, p. 71)
154. That Which Is Fundamental (Julius Eastman, 1940-1990) - January 22, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 4, pp. 49, 75)
155. Friends, Romans, Minimalists (music in Italy: Einaudi, Battiato, Cardini) - February 12, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 7, p. 80)
156. Crunch and Counterpoint (Henry Gwiazda, Loren Mazzacane, Evan Gallagher, Denman Maroney) - February 19, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 8, p. 95)
157. Honesty Before Weirdness (Essential Music playing Peter Garland) - March 5, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 10, p. 71)
158. Listening for Peace (interview with Pauline Oliveros, Ingram Marshall) - March 12, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 11, pp. 73-74)
159. Slowing the Connections (the Kitchen's MUSIC/text festival: Ashley, Soldier, Linda Fisher, Ikue Mori, John King) - March 19, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 12, p. 72)
160. In Praise of Noncomposers (Lois Svard and Joe Kubera playing Otte, Tyranny, Ligeti, First, Roscoe Mitchell, Anthony Coleman, Kievman, Peter Gena, La Monte Young, Julius Eastman) - April 2, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 14, p. 70)
161. Just a Headline (Experimental Intermedia festival: Sorrel Hays, Eliane Radigue, Nic Collins, Ben Neill, Neil Rolnick) - April 9, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 15, p. 78)
162. Stretch and Fold (Diana Meckley, Guy Klucevsek) - April 16, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 16, p. 82)
163. Enough of Nothing (Relache's postminimalism: Vierk, Davidson, Giteck, Childs, Hovda) - April 30, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 18, p. 82)
164. Cage's Choice (interview with James Tenney) - May 7, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 19, p. 78)
165. Musica Negativa (Theodor Adorno's music) - May 14, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 20, p. 78)
166. Ouija Songs (Nic Collins, Elodie Lauten, James Tenney) - May 21, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 21, p. 86)
167. Alive at Zero (Bang on a Can festival: Andriessen, Nyman, Paul Reller, Stephen Montague, Scott Lindroth, Julia Wolfe, Conrad Cummings) - June 4, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 23, p. 62)
168. Hobos and Hurricanes (Bang on a Can festival: Maguire, Ashley, Branca, Evangelista, Newband playing Partch) - June 11, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 24, p. 82)
169. Mozarts Live! (Mozart's followers) - June 18, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 25, p. 74)
170. Tune Up and Drop Out (American Festival of Microtonal Music: Michael Harrison, Wyschnegradsky, Sharp, Ives, Bach) - July 2, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 27, p. 86)
171. Un-Opera (Michael Gordon's Van Gogh Video Opera) - July 9, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 28, p. 72)
172. Kaddish from Queens (Morton Feldman's recordings) - July 16, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 29, p. 74)
173. Pulitzer Hacks (Pulitzer Prize winners) - July 30, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 31, p. 84)
174. Consumer Guide (Ferrari, Klucevsek, Lansky, Newband, Niblock, Relache playing Epstein, Albert, and Tenney, Erling Wold) - August 6, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 32, p. 77)
175. Fraction Frontier (just intonation on disc: Drummond, Johnston, Erling Wold, La Monte Young) - August 13, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 33, p. 84)
176. Consumer Guide (Andriessen, Dresher, Rothenberg, Goldberg, Marshall, Polansky, ROVA Sax Quartet, La Monte Young, Zelenka and Mills) - August 27, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 35, p. 92)
177. Boundary Busters (How to Tell New Music from Music that Happens to Be New) - September 3, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 36, pp. 83, 85-87)
178. Rep on a Roll (Conlon Nancarrow) - September 10, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 37, p. 86)
179. The Party's Over (parallels between twelve-tone music and communism; the welcome retirement of critic Donal Henahan) - September 17, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 38, p. 84)
180. Hello, Dalai Lama (Linda Fisher, Glenn Branca) - October 1, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 40, p. 90)
181. Shouting at the Dead (interview with Robert Ashley) - October 8, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 41, pp. 89-90)
182. Whiz, Bang, Tzinng! (Yvar Mikhashoff, Anthony de Mare, Ursula Oppens playing Curran, Rzewski, Nancarrow) - October 15, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 42, p. 107)
183. Finnegans Opera (Robert Ashley) - October 29, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 44, p. 90)
184. An African Trinity (Leroy Jenkins's The Mother of three Sons) - November 5, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 45, p. 106)
185. On the Strings (Margaret Leng Tan, Gordon Monahan, David Meyers, Ron Kuivila) - November 12, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 46, p. 97)
186. Nerves and Blood (Elodie Lauten, Charles Wood, Dary John Mizelle) - November 19, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 47, p. 94)
187. Here Today, Canada Tomorrow (Tim Brady) - December 3, 1991(Vol. XXXVI No. 49, p. 84)
188. Voltage High (Ron Kuivila) - December 10, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 50, p. 94)
189. Un-Oriented (Gamelan Son of Lion with I Wayan Sadra and Rahayu Supanggah) - December 24, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 52, p. 114)
190. Ideas in the Raw (David First, Larry Polansky) - December 31, 1991 (Vol. XXXVI No. 53, p. 89)
1992:
191. Killers in the Audience (audience resistance to new music) - January 14, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 2, p. 79)
192. Letting Euro Go (Distinguishing American classical music from European) - January 21, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 3, p. 81)
193. Bitter Chords (How composers avoid bitterness) - January 28, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 4, p. 86)
194. Sounding the Image (musical image versus musical language) - February 4, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 5, p. 86)
195. The Pierless Partch (Harry Partch's Bitter Music) - February 18, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 7, p. 90)
196. Reshaped-Note Singing (William Duckworth's Southern Harmony) - February 25, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 8, p. 88)
197. Painting the Devil (Diamanda Galas) - March 10, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 10, p. 86)
198. Consumer Guide (Lili Boulanger, Neely Bruce, Dolden, Robert Erickson, Orlando Jacinto Garcia, Harvey Goldman and Warren Lehrer, Malcolm Goldstein, Barbara Held playing Vigeland, Juilliard String Quartet playing Wolpe, Babbitt, and Sessions, Kramer, Lentz, Tibetan Singing Bowl Ensemble, Isang Yun) - March 17, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 11, p. 86)
199. Virtuosi di CD (Impossible Music, Duckworth, Leach, S.E.M. playing Kotik) - April 7, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 14, p. 90)
200. Rip! Woof! Bang! (Ouch!) (S.E.M. Ensemble performing Fluxus works by Ben Patterson, Yoko Ono, Robert Watts, Alison Knowles, Yoshi Wada, Joe Jones, Mieko Shiomi, Larry Miller) - April 14, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 15, p. 90)
201. Square Rhythms (Schillinger technique in Mikel Rouse and Earle Brown, obituary for Arthur Russell) - April 28, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 17, p. 94)
202. Composer's Clearing House (Wayne Peterson's Pulitzer Prize) - May 5, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 18, p. 96)
203. Genius Flops (Essential Music plays early Cage, Continuum plays Wolpe) - May 19, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 20, p. 92)
204. Soundscapers (Bill and Mary Buchen) - May 26, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 21, p. 100)
205. Vision in a Can (Bang on a Can festival) - June 2, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 22, p. 87)
206. Life After Minimalism (Bang on a Can festival: Lentz, di Pietro, Kazue Sawai, Piano Duo, Cameron) - June 9, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 23, p. 88)
207. Political Intercourse (Conrad Cummings) - June 30, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 26, p. 90)
208. How to Defy Dead Germans (Just intonation) - July 7, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 27, p. 79)
209. Waiting for Monteverdi (Minimalism's place in history) July 21, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 29, p. 86)
210. What Normal People Hear (Rose Rosengard Subotnick) - July 28, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 30, p. 86)
211. The Part That Doesn't Fit Is Me (interview with Yoko Ono) - August 11, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 32, pp. 69, 82
212. The Future of Listening (Morton Feldman) - August 18, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 33, p. 84)
213. Philosopher No More (Obituary for John Cage) - August 25, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 34, pp. 77, 84)
214. Consumer's Guide (Wendy Carlos, Dodge, Duchamp, Nietzsche, Peter Garland, Gorecki, Kronos Quartet, Lang, Martland, Nono, Rihm, Vierk, Volans) - September 1, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 38, p. 94)
215. Grecian Formulas (Christodolous Halaris's reconstructions of ancient Greek music) - September 8, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 36, p. 88)
216. Isn't That Spatial (Henry Brant's 500: Hidden Hemisphere) - September 15, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 37, p. 101)
217. As Chance Has It (John Cage) - September 22, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 38, p. 88)
218. Bleeding the Edge (New music funding) - October 6, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 40, p. 92)
219. Obitchuaries (Cage dies, critics stick feet in mouths) - October 13, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 41, p. 90)
220. Midtown Avant-Gardist (interview with Philip Glass) - October 27, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 43, pp. 77-78)
221. Notes from Nowhere (New Music Across America: Terry Riley, Alvin Singleton, Tayloe Harding, James Oliverio) - November 3, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 44, p. 97)
222. Labor Mortis (Ben Neill, David Lopato) - November 10, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 45, p. 94)
223. Film for Music (Todd Levin, Cagemusicircus!) - November 17, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 46, p. 92)
224. Beyond the Climax (Margaret Leng Tan plays Cage, Hovhanness, Satie, John Adams, Meredith Monk, Duckworth, Matsudaira) - November 24, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 47, p. 94)
225. The Limits of Craft (Frederic Rzewski and Philip Glass) - December 8, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 49, p. 96)
226. Opera Is Relative (Philip Glass's Einstein on the Beach in revival) - December 15, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 50, p. 88)
227. Whiplash! (Soldier String Quartet playing Seaton and Soldier) - December 29, 1992 (Vol. XXXVII No. 52, p. 88)
1993:
228. Let Sounds Be Sounds (Tom Hamilton, Ben Manley, Essential Music playing Cardew) - January 5, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 1, p. 53)
229. Metallica and Ives (John Cage and Charles Ives in the classroom) - January 19, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 3, p. 78)
230. Improv Questions (Doctor Nerve, Blast) - January 26, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 4, p. 77)
231. Well-Tuned Blues (La Monte Young's Forever Bad Blues Band) - February 2, 1993 (Vol. XXXVII No. 5, p. 80)
232. Faster Than the Ear (Mikel Rouse, Michael Gordon, Virgil Moorefield) - February 16, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 7, p. 88)
233. Consumer Guide (Ashley, Jody Diamond, Creshevsky, de Alvear, Double Edge playing Tenney and Tyranny, Giteck, Iconoclast, Ives songs, Mowitz, Scelsi, Carl Stone, Tenney) - March 2, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 9, p. 74)
234. Rousing Euro-Rabble (Luciano Berio and new Italian music) - March 9, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 10, p. 82)
235. Dads Versus Shadows (James Hillman's creative archetypes) - March 16, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 11, p. 89)
236. Twelve-Step Programs (Philip Bush and alternative tunings: David First, Sorrel Hays, Ben Johnston, Beethoven, Sweelinck) - March 30, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 13, p. 86)
237. Downtown Threshold (Off the Wall to Wall Festival: David Shea, David Weinstein) - April 6, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 14, p. 88)
238. Heavenly Buzz (David First's Jade Screen Test Dreams of Renting Wings, Lois Vierk, and Essential Music playing Duckworth, Ashley, Sorrel Hays) - April 13, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 15, p. 78)
239. Trimpin's Machine Age (Trimpin) - April 20, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 16, pp. 84, 87)
240. Space Challengers (Trimpin and Tod Machover) - May 4, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 18, p. 84)
241. In Uptown's Face (Thomas Buckner, Lois Svard playing Ashley, Soldier, and Tom Johnson, Joe Kubera playing La Monte Young, Jon Gibson, Gerhard Ruhm, and Henry Cowell) - May 11, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 19, p. 90)
242. Shooting Stars (Ron Kuivila, Chris Newman, Laurie Anderson) - May 25, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 21, p. 80)
243. After Ugly Music (interview with the Bang on a Can curators) - June 1, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 22, p. 81)
244. Vexing the Purists (playing in Erik Satie's Vexations) - June 8, 1993 Vol. XXXVIII No. 23, p. 84)
245. Politics in a Can (Bang on a Can festival: Daugherty, Wolff, Rzewski, Oliver Lake, Ben Neill) - June 22, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 25, p. 82)
246. E.T., Go Home (Owen Jorgensen's Tuning) - June 29, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 26, p. )
247. Death Stings (Wendy Mae Chambers, Thomas Buckner) - July 6, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 27, p. 78)
248. Totally Ismic (the birth of totalism) - July 20, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 29, p. 69)
249. Jupiter's Tunes (Gary Tomlinson's Music in Renaissance Magic) - July 27, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 30, p. 92)
250. Frankly, My Dear... (the death of orchestras) - August 3, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 31, p. 84)
251. Eurhythmics (Wim Mertens, "Blue" Gene Tyranny, S.E.M. Ensemble) - August 17, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 33, p. 82)
252. Local Boy Makes Polyrhythms (Charles Ives's birthplace) - August 24, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 34, p. 85)
253. Consumer Guide (Collins, Dunn, P. Garland, Glass, Hunt, Ketting, Oswald, Rouse, Stuart Smith, Soldier, Johnston, Wes York, La Monte Young, Ziporyn) - August 31, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 35, p. 86)
254. Dysfunctional Harmony (creativity) - September 14, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 37, p. 96)
255. Middle-Aged Bad Boy (John Zorn) - September 21, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 38, p. 88)
256. Conlon Nancarrow's Tempo Tornados (Nancarrow and totalism) - October 5, 1993 (Vol. XXXVII No. 40, pp. 93, 97)
257. Dad Was an Old Master (William Harper's El Greco) - October 12, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 41, p. 82)
258. Audible Numbers (Glenn Branca's symphonies on disc) - October 26, 1993 Vol. XXXVIII No. 43, p. 86)
259. Inside-Out Opera (Steve Reich's The Cave) - November 2, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 44, p. 99)
260. The Last Barbarian (John Cage's posthumous reputation) - November 9, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 45, p. 84)
261. Handmade in Holland (recent music at Steim in Amsterdam - Nic Collins, Michel Waisvisz, Laetitia Sonami, Bob Van Baarda, Ron Kuivila) - November 30, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 48, p. 72)
262. Hot Tub Angst (Morton Subotnick, Maria de Alvear) - December 7, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 49, p. 114)
263. Noise Is Not Enough (Yoshiaki Ochi and Visual Sonic, Ben Neill) - December 14, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 50, p. 96)
264. Jerry Hunt, 1943-1993 (obituary) - December 21, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 51, p. 90)
265. Voice of the Unutterable (The S.E.M. Ensemble plays Cage, Varese, and Morton Feldman) - December 28, 1993 (Vol. XXXVIII No. 52, p. 65)
1994:
266. Bop a Dop Bop (Mikel Rouse, Machine for Making Sense, Meredith Monk) - January 4, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 1, p. 72)
267. Sample Questions (Neil Rolnick) - January 11, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 2, p. 77)
268. Don't Touch that Dahl (classical radio and its discontents) - January 25, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 4, p. 78)
269. Don't Wannabes (Toby Twining) - February 8, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 6, p. 84)
270. Musical Amnesia Cured! (images in music: Feldman, Shapey, Messiaen) - February 15, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 7, p. 90)
271. Spin It Around (Trimpin and public art) - February 22, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 8, p. 80)
272. The Bali Bug (Barbara Benary) - March 1, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 9, p. 78)
273. Paradise at Our Fingertips (John Ralston Saul's Voltaire's Bastards) - March 8, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 10, p. 80)
274. Consumer Guide (J.L. Adams, Arraymusic - Michael Baker, Rudolf Komorous, Terry Riley - John Cage Tribute, Qube Chix, Elise Kermani, Christine Baczewska, Leach, Tom Johnson, Sasha Matson, Meredith Monk, Nancarrow, Nyman, Ostertag, Shields, Spahlinger, Stabler) - March 22, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 12, p. 82)
275. Tyrannize Me (the Michael Gordon Philharmonic playing Gordon and Ziporyn) - March 29, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 13, p. 86)
276. Sewing Up Downtown (Norman Yamada, Mark Degliantoni, Jerry Hunt's memorial concert) - April 12, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 15, p. 83)
277. Ain't Misbehavin' (Bang on a Can festival: Louis Andriessen, Rzewski, Alison Cameron, Scelsi, Lang, Mary Wright; American Festival of Microtonal Music: Richard Stein, Ivor Darreg, la Monte Young) - April 26, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 17, p. 86)
278. Italo-Afro Music (Bernadette Speach, Jonathan Kramer) - May 3, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 18, p. 86)
279. Lost in Time (Peter Gordon's The Strange Life of Ivan Osokin) - May 17, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 20, p. 86)
280. When in Rome... (Bang on a Can: Meyering, Didkovsky, Gosfield, Kancheli, Alvarez, Le Gassick)- May 24, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 21, p. 74)
281. Un-Control Freak (Cage's Rolywholyover A Circus, John Mizelle) - May 31, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 22, p. 88)
282. How Peculiar? (American Eccentrics festival) - June 14, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 24, p. 84)
283. Same to You, Martini (the New York Philharmonic audience) - June 21, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 25, p. 88)
284. Woofs of Passion (Dogs of Desire playing Todd Levin, Torke, Braxton, Rolnick) - June 28, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 26, p. 92)
285. It's a Jungle (Ben Neill, Common Sense: Melissa Hui, Ed Harsh, Belinda Reynolds, John Halle, Mark Mellits, Carolyn Yarnell, Dan Becker) - July 12, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 28, p. 68)
286. Gold in That Thar Vacuum (Aaron Jay Kernis, Michael Torke, Neil Haverstick) - July 19, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 29, p. 76)
287. Berlitz's Downtown for Musicians (Uptown problems with new-music performance) - July 26, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 30, p. 80)
288. Dancing with the Audience (interview with Carman Moore) - August 9, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 32, p. 76)
289. Flutes and Flying Branches (Taos Reservation pow-wow) - August 16, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 33, p. 76)
290. The Devil, He Is Us (Carman Moore's Mass for the 21st Century) - August 30, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 35, p. 76)
291. All Chance Is Not Alike (James Pritchett's The Music of John Cage) - September 6, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 36, p. 84)
292. What Are We, Chopped Liver? (the neglect of my generation) - September 13, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 37, p. 92)
293. Consumer Guide (Andriessen, Borden, Bryars, Budd, Curran, Martland, Riley, Robinson, Rouse, Arthur Russell, William Russell, Twining, Tyranny, Volans) - September 20, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 38, p. 78)
294. The Tingle of p x mn - 1 (installations by La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela) - October 4, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 40, p. 84)
295. No Generic Substitutions (Nick Didkovsky) - October 11, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 41, p. 100)
296. Chant Chic (the Gregorian Chant craze) - October 18, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 42, pp. 79-80, 82)
297. Whom Bomb? (Jerome Kitzke, the Brooklyn Philharmonic playing Zorn, Glass, and Chen Yi) - November 1, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 44, p. 84)
298. The Tao of Acoustics (Alvin Lucier) - November 8, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 45, p. 86)
299. Real-Life Ring (interview with Robert Ashley) November 15, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 46, p. 84)
300. Harps from Heaven (interview with Glenn Branca) - November 22, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 47, pp. 49, 54, 58)
301. Soundtracks to Live By (Ambient festival at the Kitchen: Zoar, Terre Thaemlitz, DJ Spooky, Marclay, Niblock) - November 29, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 48, p. 90)
302. Angels Online (Morton Subotnick, Annie Gosfield) December 6, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 49, p. 80)
303. The British Don't Have Oral Sex (Robert Ashley's Now Eleanor's Idea) - December 13, 1994 (Vol. XXXIX No. 50, p. 92)
1995:
304. Homebodies (First Avenue) - January 3, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 1, p. 53)
305. Unsilent Night (Phil Kline, Essential Music playing Cardew) - January 10, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 2, p. 61)
306. What's Your AQ? (intelligence versus success) - January 17, 1995 Vol. XL No. 3, p. 68)
307. Dump the Multicult (the foibles of multiculturalism) - January 24, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 4, p. 72
308. No More Heroes (the end of hero-worship) - January 31, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 5, p. 64)
309. Shadowing Capote (interview with Mikel Rouse) - February 7, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 6, pp. 63-64)
310. Words, Words (Mikel Rouse, Robert Ashley) - February 21, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 8, p. 70)
311. Suspended in Time (Glen Velez, Robert Een, Eleanor Hovda, Dary John Mizelle) - February 28, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 9, p. 57)
312. Wearing the Pants (Trousers, Kronos Quartet playing La Monte Young) - March 14, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 11, p. 75)
313. View from the Gap (Emerging Voices and the clash of generations at UCSD: Paul Dresher, David Meckler, Stephen Parkinson, Reich, BoaC All-Stars playing Nirvana) - March 21, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 12, p. 74)
314. The Rhythms of Power (Performers' Workshop Ensemble: Susan Parenti, Lisa Fay, Jeff Glassman, Kenneth Gaburo) - April 4, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 14, p. 69)
315. Different Drummers (Ives's Universe Symphony as completed by Larry Austin and Johnny Reinhard, respectively) - April 11, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 15, p. 80)
316. Ego Threats (the Kitchen's Feminine Instincts festival: Beglarian, Speach, Mooke) - April 18, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 16, p. 78)
317. Glimpses of a Theme (Larry Polansky, S.E.M. Ensemble, Phil Kline) - April 25, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 17, p. 80)
318. The Dance Between (interview with David First) - May 2, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 18, p. 70)
319. The Uptown Continent (Juilliard Ensemble playing Nancarrow, Virko Baley, Jan Morthenson, Manuel Sosa, Osvaldo Golijov; Double Edge playing Volans) - May 16, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 30, p. 77)
320. Drone On - Please (David First's Manhattan Book of the Dead, Elodie Lauten) - May 23, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 21, p. 74)
321. Dumbing Down DG (Todd Levin) - May 30, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 22, p. 74)
322. Anxieties of Influence (the Crosstown Ensemble playing Anthony Coleman) - June 13, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 24, p. 75)
323. Ballad of Lincoln Center (Bang on a Can festival: Rzewski, Ziporyn, Smolka, Andriessen, Martland, Velez) - June 20, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 25, p. 66)
324. Music of the Excluded Middle (how multiculturalism betrays new music) - June 27, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 26, p. 78)
325. Legacy of the Green Screen (Neil Rolnick, Twisted Tutu) - July 11, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 28, p. 66)
326. End of the Paper Trail (the increasing irrelevance of notation) - July 25, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 30, p. 80)
327. Consumer Guide (Act of Finding, J.L. Adams, Ashley, Branca, Didkovsky, Dolden, Fang, Jenkins, Lentz, Neill, Polansky, Rzewski, Sound Pressure, Tudor) - August 1, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 31, p. 62)
328. Pop! Goes the Music (Judy Dunaway, John Kennedy, Don Malone and Elise Kermani) - August 8, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 32, p. 67)
329. Space Master (interview with Henry Brant) - August 15, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 33, p. 63)
330. Medicine Music (the usefulness of music) - August 22, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 34, p. 70)
331. The Gods Must Be Tone Deaf (the inadequacies of theory) - September 12, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 37, p. 54)
332. Horses' Mouths (William Duckworth's Talking Music) - September 26, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 39, p. 68)
333. 'Til the Fat Lady Clicks (interview with Tod Machover, Henry Gwiazda) - October 3, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 40, p. 64)
334. Getting Physical (New York Guitars: Loren Mazzacane Connors, Didkovsky, Phil Kline, John King, Judy Dunaway; Emergency Broadcast Network) - October 10, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 41, p. 66)
335. Tones of Atonement (Jerome Kitzke, Mary Jane Leach) - October 17, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 42, p. 70)
336. Downtown on a Shtick (Soho Arts Festival: Mikel Rouse, Ben Neill, Frankie Mann, Joshua Fried, Christina Wheeler, Nina Mankin) - October 31, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 44, p. 67)
337. The Choreography of Noise (Henry Gwiazda, Jerome Kitzke) - November 7, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 45, p. 64)
338. Singing in Tongues (Joshua Fried; Kyle Gann and the Voice turn 40 together) - November 14, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 46, p. 84)
339. Duet for Soloist (David Hykes, the Downtown Ensemble playing Benary and Goode) - November 28, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 48, p. 54)
340. Cold Fusion (David First, Mikel Rouse, Joshua Fried, Robert Ashley) - December 5, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 49, p. 52)
341. Improper Ladies (women composers, obituary for Salvatore Martirano) - December 12, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 50, p. 64)
342. Orchestral Maneuvers (Crosstown Ensemble playing Beglarian, Gosfield, Milhaud, Messiaen) - December 26, 1995 (Vol. XL No. 52, p. 77)
1996:
343. Take the E Train (Tom Hamilton) - January 2, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 1, p. 63)
344. Sex, Politics, Gazpacho (Barbara Golden, William Duckworth) - January 9, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 2, p. 46)
345. Queen of the Nightmare (Diamanda Galas) - January 23, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 4, p. 54)
346. Music Writ Large (new music for guitar ensembles: Wharton Tiers, John Myers's Blastula, Phil Kline) - January 30, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 5, p. 63)
347. Cage Upstaged (the Kitchen's TONE: unCAGED festival) - February 6, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 6, p. 66)
348. Chops to Spare (Anthony de Mare playing Rzewski, Speach, Moravec, Sharman, Gordon, Matamoros) - February 20, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 8, p. 50)
349. Reich On (new Steve Reich works) - February 27, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 9, p. 47)
350. Now in Technicolor (Henry Brant orchestrates Ives's Concord Sonata) - March 12, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 11, p. 66)
351. Yokology (Yoko Ono, with Ann Powers) - March 19, 1996
352. Enigma Revived (Johanna Beyer) - April 2, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 14, p. 52)
353. Sweet Dreams (Virko Baley) - April 16, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 16, p. 66)
354. Good Twin, Evil Twin (Steve Reich and Philip Glass compared; Music for Homemeade Instruments) - April 23, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 17, p. 60)
355. Composing the Lingo (Harry Partch, Enclosures) - May 7, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 19, pp. 66, 68)
356. Portrait of a Magus (Shelley Hirsch performs Jerry Hunt) - May 14, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 20, p. 58)
357. Raising Ghosts (interview with Leroy Jenkins) - May 21, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 21, p. 62)
358. Master of the Universe (Johnny Reinhard's completion of Ives's Universe Symphony; Agon: Milan Knizak, Martin Smolka, Milan Grygar, Petr Kofron) - June 4, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 23, p. 58)
359. In the Lines of Fire (Fred Ho, Dogs of Desire, Ives's Universe Symphony) - June 25, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 26, p. 62)
360. The Great Divide (Uptown student composers; Taruskin attacks the acaemics) - July 9, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 28, p. 60)
361. Morton Feldman's Abstract Expressions (Lincoln Center's Feldman retrospective) - July 23, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 30, pp. 30, 34-35)
362. http://stravinsky.minsky.bach (Tod Machover's Brain Opera, Morton Feldman retrospective) - August 20, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 34, p. 68)
363. David Tudor, 1926-1996 (obituary) - September 3, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 36, p. 46)
364. Consumer Guide (Adams, Amirkhanian, Creshevsky, Branca, Cameron, Chadabe, Conrad, Ferrari, First, Lentz, Mooke, Rouse, Stone, Takahashi, Volans) - September 17, 1996 (Vol XLI No. 38, p. 68)
365. Ambient Lives!/Stinks! (David First's "Swirled Music" Marathon) - October 1, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 40, p. 52)
366. Composer at Last (interview with Meredith Monk) - October 15, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 42, pp. 35-36)
367. Bang! Crunch! Who's on First? (Twisted Tutu, Meredith Monk) - October 29, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 44, p. 72)
368. Opera Meets Oprah (Mikel Rouse's Dennis Cleveland; problems at the Kitchen) - November 5, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 45, p. 64)
369. To Dream the Postmodernist Dream (DJ Spooky and Iannis Xenakis) - November 12, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 46, pp. 50-51)
370. Sell Out! (Mikel Rouse's Dennis Cleveland) - November 19, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 47, p. 72)
371. Echoing the Gods (Joshua Fried, Philip Glass) - December 10, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 50, p. 72)
372. On Second Thought (Steve Reich, the Mythic Theater's Electra Fugues, music by Matthew Pierce) - December 31, 1996 (Vol. XLI No. 53, p. 54)
1997:
373. Who Killed Classical Music? (gumshoe Kyle Gann searches Uptown and Down- for the killer) - January 21, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 3, p. 60)
374. Weirdos Like Me (new music on the internet: Alain Danielou, Harry Partch, Brian Eno, Diamanada Galas, Sorabji, Scelsi, Nyman, Didkovsky) - February 4, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 5, p. 64)
375. One-Note Wonder (Giacinto Scelsi) - February 25, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 8, p. 58)
376. Regarding Henry (Henry Cowell's Musical Worlds: A Centennial Festival; Giacinto Scelsi retrospective) - April 1, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 13, p. 60)
377. Gentrification (Common Sense:Dan Becker, Belinda Reynolds, John Halle, Ed Harsh, Randall Wolff, Carolyn Yarnell; Derriere Guard: Ken Lampl, Ed Green, Stefania DeKenessey, Charles Coleman, Bernadette Speach) - April 8, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 14, pp. 66-67)
378. Consumer Guide (Appleton, Blastula, Gloria Coates, Common Sense, Feldman, Sorrel Hays, Sasha Matson, Meredith Monk, Ben Neill, Neil Rolnick, David Rosenboom, Anthony Braxton, Tenney, Lenore Von Stein) - April 29, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 17, p. 64)
379. A Difficult Woman (interview with Maria De Alvear; Harol Budd, Jon Gibson) - May 20, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 20, p. 66)
380. Bang Out an Old Soft Shoe (Bang on a Can: Dolden, Michael Gordon's Trance, Bunita Marcus, Sculthorpe, David Watson, John Myers; Maria de Alvear's World) - June 3, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 22, p. 60)
381. Any Similarity Purely Coincidental (ambient and techno in relation to new music: Thaemlitz, Aphex Twin, Paul D. Miller, Beck, the Orb) - June 24, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 25, p. 72)
382. Father of Us All (Tommasini's biography of Virgil Thomson) - July 8, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 28, p. 66)
383. The Poetry of Technology (Morton Subotmick's Intimate Immensity) - July 29, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 30, p. 68)
384. Classical Sleaze (Norman Lebrecht's Who Killed Classical Music?) - August 19, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 33, p. 75)
385. Piano Rolls and Fresh Mangos (obituary for Conlon Nancarrow) September 2, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 35, pp. 68-9)
386. Consumer Guide (Bleckmann and Monder, Bryars, Tan Dun, Michael Gordon, Lou Harrison, Johnston, Jordanova, Marshall, Rzewski, Schanzer, Stuart Smith, Yasunao Tone) - September 16, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 37, p. 83)
387. Frying the Trout (Phil Kline's Alternative Schubertiade) - September 30, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 39, p. 71)
388. Suite Emotion (Elodie Lauten, Beth Anderson) - October 28, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 43, p. 73)
389. Monkey Business (interview with Fred Ho) - November 25, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 47, p. 85)
390. Are Notes Enough? (Continuum's memorial concert for Nancarrow) - December 2, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 48, p. 77)
391. A for Annoying (American Composers Orchestra playing Robert Ashley) - December 23, 1997 (Vol. XLII No. 51, p. 96)
1998:
392. Beethoven: Now in Color (Enid Katahn plays Beethoven in historical temperaments) - Janury 20, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 3, p. 103)
393. Freeze, Symphony! (music on the Internet: Duckworth, Hobbs) - February 3, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 5, p. 131)
394. Consumer Guide (J.L.Adams, Azarm, Feldman, Patrick Grant, Hovda, Lansky, David Mahler, Oliveros, Roberts, Volans, Youngs) - February 24, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 8, p. 136)
395. Framing Wallpaper (Bang on a Can redoing Eno's Music for Airports, Terre Thaemlitz) - March 24, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 12, pp. 126, 129)
396. Minimalism Isn't Pretty (Tony Conrad, Charlemagne Palestine) - April 28, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 17, pp. 141, 145)
397. Roll Over, Liszt (Frederic Rzewski retrospective) - May 5, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 18, p. 76)
398. Gang Bang (Bang on a Can All-Stars play Pamela Z, Phil Kline, Dan Plonsey, Didkovsky, Branca; Ursula Oppens and Aki Takahashi play Teitelbaum, Haruna Miyake, Yuji Takahashi, Ushio Torikai) - June 2, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 22, p. 153)
399. Drunk Rat Melodies (S.E.M. Ensemble playing Petr Kotik, Roscoe Mitchell, Feldman) - June 9, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 23, p. 140)
400. Going Native (Judith Saint Croix) - June 30, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 26, p. 154)
401. Scream of the Crop (Yoko Ono rereleases) - July 14, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 28, p. 137)
402. Virtue Squad (Hildegard of Bingen, performed by Sequentia and Hildegurls) - July 28, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 30, p. 110)
403. Everything is a Loudspeaker (David Tudor's Rainforest) - August 18, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 33, p. 104)
404. Consumer Guide (Amirkhanian, Galas, Hamilton, Lentz, Chris Newman, Jack Smith, Bathory-Kitsz, Chambers, Goode, Lauten, Leach, Lockwood, Radigue, Skempton, Tsontakis) - September 1, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 35, p. 64)
405. Uptown Dropout (Joan Tower) - September 22, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 38, p. 132)
406. Between Propeller Blades (Music at the Anthology: Ernesto Martinez and Eduardo Gonzalez, Lois V Vierk, Lukas Ligeti, Anna Weesner) - (intended to run October 6, 1998, column lost in the computer - never appeared, but you can read it here)
407. Symphony in Beef Major (Hermann Nitsch's Island) - October 13, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 41, p. 116)
408. Drip, Drip, Drip (Michael Gordon's Chaos) - November 10, 1998 (Vol. XLIII No. 45, p. 70)
1999:
409. When 2 + 2 Isn't 4 (Glass's and Wilson's Monsters of Grace) - January 5, 1999 (Vol. XLIII No. 53 p. 105)
410. Classical Trash (P.D.Q. Bach) - January 26, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 3, p. 116)
411. Words Set, Not Sung (music with texts by Melody Sumner Carnahan) - February 16, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 6, p. 139)
412. Music! It's Better When Personal! (Fred Ho) - (intended for March, 1999, but cut because of space problems; read it here)
413. Y Not 2K? (nostalgia for modernism) - April 6, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 13, pp. 114, 117)
414. Micro Breweries (American Festival of Microtonal Music: Joe Monzo, Adam Silverman, Music for Homemade Instruments, Patrick Grant, Elodie Lauten, Harry Partch, Sasha Bogdanowitsch, Paul Erlich) - June 8, 1999 (Vol. XLIII No. 22, p. 131)
415. What Our Pulses Say (David Garland, Billy Martin) - June 22, 1999 (Vol. XLIII No. 24, p. 145)
416. Sound Bytes of Truth (Kalvos & Damian web site) - July 13, 1999 (Vol. XLIII No. 27, p. 118)
417. Grand Old Youngster (Steve Reich) - July 20,1999 (Vol. XVIV No. 28, p. 76)
418. Orpheus Meets Isolde, With Ducks (The Peony Pavilion at Lincoln Center) - August 3, 1999 (Vol. XVIV No. 30, p. 114)
419. Consumer Guide (Amacher, Barker, Clementi, Doty, Een, D. Garland, Gosfield, Jarvinen, Kline, Micro-ritmia, Partch, Rochberg, Sainte Croix) - August 17, 1999 (Vol XVIV No. 32, p. 122)
420. It's Not Just for Aliens Anymore (Thereminists: Lydia Kavina, Pamelia Kurstin) - August 31, 1999 (Vol. XVIV No. 34, p. 113)
421. Getting Your Two Senses' Worth (Non-Sequitur Festival: Kaplinsky, Distler, Chiu, Molly Thompson, First) - September 14, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 36, p. 129)
422. To Groove or Not to Groove (John Adams) - September 28, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 38, p. 114)
423. Music Turned Inside Out (Borbetomagus) - October 19, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 41, p. 130)
424. God Is Not in the Details (Carbon Copy Building by Michael Gordon, Julia Wolfe, and David Lang) - October 26, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 42, p. ?)
425. Master of Surprise (Phill Niblock, Ulrich Krieger) - November 9, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 44, p. ??)
426. In the Realm of the Senses (Nic Collins) - November 23, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 46, p. ?)
427. The Wolf Within (Maria De Alvear) - December 7, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 48, p. 135)
428. Roots in Outer Space (Sonic Youth's Goodbye 20th Century CD) - December 28, 1999 (Vol. XLIV No. 51, p. ?)
2000:
429. How to Hear a Face (Clarence Barlow) - January 11, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 1, p. 100)
430. Ding! Dong! The Witch Is Dead (The new century begins) - January 25, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 3, p. 119)
431 How Do I Quantize Thee? (Paul Lansky) - February 8, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 5, p. 134)
432. Master of Mugham (Franghiz Ali-Zadeh) - February 22, 2000 (Vol XLV No. 7, p. 131)
433. Rihm, On the Other Hand (The Ensemble Sospeso playing Wolfgang Rihm) - March 7, 2000 (Vol XLV No. 9, p. 116)
434. Opera Rad (Robert Ashley's Dust) - April 4, 2000 (Vol XLV No. 13, pp. 116, 119)
435. Streamlining Chaos (William Duckworth's ambient internet music) - April 18, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 15, p. 148)
436. The Key to Letting Go (Morton Feldman's Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello played by Ensemble 21) - May 2, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 17, p. 120)
437. The Right Two Notes (Bernadette Speach) - May 16, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 19, p. 132)
438. The St. Tom Passion (Tom Johnson's Bonhoeffer Oratorium) - June 6, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 22, p. 136)
439. Hendrix from Heaven (Trimpin's electric guitar tower) - June 13, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 23, p. 152)
440. Words Belied by Music (Robert Reich & Corey Dargel, Martha Mooke) - July 4, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 26, p. 118)
441. One-Man Opera Machine (Mikel Rouse) - July 25, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 29, p. 115)
442. D'Dark Eyes (D'Divaz) - August 8, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 31, p. 75)
443. Rattling the Stones (Phil Kline, Glenn Branca, Annie Gosfield) - September 12, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 36, p. 141)
444. Lost Treasures (The Theatre of Eternal Music bootleg disc) - September 26, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 38, p. 137)
445. Blast from the Past (Charlemagne Palestine) - October 10, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 40, p. 121)
446. I'll Take Paradise (Philip Glass's Fifth Symphony) - October 24, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 42, p. 136)
447. Sawing Through Italy (Giovanni Sollima) - November 7, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 44, p. 129)
448. Eggs and Elephants (Henry Gwiazda) - November 21, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 46, p. 131)
449. Resignating with the Audience (Kathleen Supove, Randall Woolf, Nick Didkovsky) - December 5, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 48, p. 129)
450. Tri-Century Man (Sarah Cahill playing Leo Ornstein and George Antheil) - December 19, 2000 (Vol. XLV No. 50, p. 136)
2001:
451. Deja Vu Again (Bang on a Can) - January 2, 2001 (Vol. XLV No. 52, p. 99)
452. Death Wish (the demise of creative music) - January 16, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 2, p. 107)
453. Songs of the Open Road (Richard Kassel's edition of Harry Partch's Barstow) - January 30, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No, 4, p. 114)
454. Mistaken Memories (Tony Conrad) - February 13, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No, 6, p. 123)
455. Women on the Verge (Joshua Fried's "Headfone Follies") - February 27, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No, 8, p. 110)
456. Tale of Two Cities (high-tech opera by Didkovsky, Rolnick, and Robert Rowe) - March 13, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No, 10, p. 126)
457. Quite by Chants (the English Chamber Choir singing Tavener, Moody, Adamis, and Hatzis) - March 27, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No, 12, p. 123)
458. Shades of Pretty (Daniel Lentz) - April 10, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 14, p. 128)
459. Credo in Unum Tonum (John Luther Adams, Giteck, Wiprud, Tavener, MacMillan) - April 24, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No, 16, p. 127)
460.Consumers Guide (Band, Bresnick, Byron, Collins, D'Divaz, De Alveat, Hasse, Garland, Lansky, Mahler, Sellars, Sturm, Tyranny, Vees) - May 29, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 21, p. ?)
461. East Village Buddha (Elodie Lauten) - June 12, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 23, p. ?)
462. Dueling with Symphonies (Glenn Branca's Symphony No. 13 for 100 Electric Guitars) - July 3, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 26, p. 114)
463. Jumping the Groove (David First) - July 17, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 28, p. 68)
464. Music Afraid to Be Heard (Salvatore Sciarrino) - July 31, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 30, p. 70)
465. Departing from Recipe (Philip Glass festival at Lincoln Center) - August 14, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 32, p. 118)
466. Everybody Plays (Downtown orchestration) - September 4, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 35, p. 112)
467. We Will, We Will Nonpop You (Kalvos & Damian's Ought One Festival) - September 18, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 37, p. 76)
468. Down but not Out (Downtown composers deal with the terrorist strike) - October 2, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 39, p. 102)
469. The Uptowners Among Us - October 16, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 41, p. 128)
470. Musico-Collateral Damage (Effects of war on the course of music) - November 6, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 44, p. 107)
471. Hear Me Talkin' to Ya (Robert Ashley, Walter Marchetti) - November 27, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 47, p. 66)
472. Quartet for the Beginning of Time (Jerome Kitzke) - December 11, 2001 (Vol. XLVI No. 49, internet edition only)
2002:
473. Composer, Interrupted (Sarah Cahill's Ruth Crawford homage - Pauline Oliveros, Maggi Payne, Cindy Cox, Eve Beglarian, Julia Wolfe, Annea Lockwood - plus William Duckworth) - January 1, 2002 (Vol. XLVI No. 52, p. 65)
474. He's Always a Pop Star to Me (Billy Joel's "classical" piano music) - January 15, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 2, internet edition only)
475. Leaving Well Enough Alone (Stuart Isacoff's Temperament) - February 5, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 5, p. 64)
476. Too Filmy to Describe (Ingram Marshall) - February 19, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 7)
477. Fuzzing the Familiar (Phil Kline) - March 5, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 9, p. 108)
478. Moon Rising Fast (the Beata Moon Ensemble playing Moon, Crawford, Wolfe, Leon, LeBaron, Kats-Chernin) - March 19, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 11)
479. Shaken, Not Stirred (Jonathan Kramer) - April 2, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 13)
480. Pop Goes the Composer (Eve Beglarian, Corey Dargle) - April 16, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 15)
481. Music for Unwinding (John Morton, Stephen Vitiello, Linda Catlin Smith) - May 7, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 18)
482. For Your Ears Only (Mikel Rouse's Dennis Cleveland) - May 21, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 20)
483. Overtones of Eternity (Toby Twining's Chrysalid Requiem) - June 4, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 22)
484. Boogie-ing to the Max (Dafna Naphtali, Bruce Gremo, Hans Tammen) - June 25, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 25)
485. Muscular and Misunderstood (obituary for Ralph Shapey) - July 16, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 28)
486. Composing in the Air (obituary for Earle Brown) - August 6, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 31)
487. O Fiction, My Love (Jacqueline Humbert) - August 27, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 34)
488. Pinned Down by the Piano (La Monte Young's Well-Tuned Piano on DVD) - September 10, 2003 (Vol. XLVII No. 36, p. 122)
489. Simple Things First (new CDs by Peter Garland, Terry Riley) - October 1, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 39, p. 106)
490. Unidentified Fretted Object (David Beardsley) - October 15, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 41, p. 65)
491. Same World, Different Trips (Nick Didkovsky, Randall Woolf, Patrick Grant) - October 29, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 43, p. 114)
492. Are We Experienced Yet? (Margret Lancaster playing Yarnell, Appleton, Steenhuisen, Alexander, Browning, Thompson) - November 26, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 47, p. 73)
493. Like Reich on Vodka (recent Russian postminimalist music) - December 10, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 49, p. 107)
494. The Moving Finger Writes (Meredith Monk's Mercy) - December 24, 2002 (Vol. XLVII No. 51, p. 67)
2003:
495. How Music Survives Capitalism (Adorno's Essays on Music) - January 7, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 1, p. 87)
496. Can't Help but CRI (the demise of the CRI record label) - January 28, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 4)
497. Not Gift Wrapped (Frederic Rzewski) - February 11, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 6)
498. It's the Tune, Stupid (Lou Harrison - 1916-2003) - February 25, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 8)
499. Your Roots Are Showing (The S.E.M. Orchestra playing Lauten, Worthington, Mitchell) - March 11, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 10)
500. Micro-Monuments (Flux Quartet at the American Festival of Microtonal Music) - March 25, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 12)
501. Tuning Your Brain (David First) - April 15, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 15 - internet edition only)
502. Where the River Ends (Robert Ashley's Celestial Excursions) - April 29, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 17, p. 109)
503. Erasing the Lines (John Luther Adams) - June 24, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 25, p.101)
504. Global Recipe (William Duckworth's Cathedral) - August 26, 2003 (Vol. XLVIII No. 34, p. 102)
505. A Sonata Obsessed (Andrew Violette's Piano Sonata No. 7) - September 24, 2003
506. Pursued by Chords (Daniele Lombardi's 21 pianos) - October 15, 2003
507. Meet Carl Arff (Kirk Nurock) - November 19, 2003
508. Once Upon a Time (the ONCE Festival recorded on New World) - December 17, 2003
2004:
509. Norwegian minimalist raises Beethoven molto adagio bar - February 18, 2004
510. Let X Not Equal X (Amy Neuburg) - March 23, 2004
511. Call It Spectral MaerzMusik Festival, Berlin) - May 3, 2004
512. Felling the Wall (Jonathan Kramer, 1942-2004) - June 15, 2004
513. Slice 'N' Dice (Noah Creshevsky) - July 6, 2003
514. Hall of Mirrors (Anthony DeRitis's concerto for DJ and orchestra) - October 12, 2004
515. Extreme Makeover (Buwalsky, an opera by Jonathan Levi and Mel Marvin) - October 25, 2004
516. Voice Geek (Pamela Z) - November 29, 2004
2005:
517. Two Hundred Billion Years Ago (Sequitur playing Eve Beglarian, Bonita Marcus, Richard Carrick, and Carlos Carrillo) - January 25, 2005
518. Disorient Express (Eric Richards) - February 23 2005
519. The World in Little Bits (Charles Amirkhanian, Paul Epstein) - May 24, 2005
520. Photographs of Songs (Corey Dargel, Eve Beglarian) - July 12, 2005
521. Reconstructing the Universe (Johnny Reinhard's Completion of Charles Ives's Universe Symphony) - September 9, 2005
522. Rock Happens (Barbara Benary) - December 5, 2005


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