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"Polyphonic Perversity" with Crowmeat Bob (archive)

ultramodern orchestral and chamber
Sunday, September 8, 2019 | 12:00 to 14:00 | classical

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
Bela Bartok String Quartet No. 6 The Juilliard String Quartet - String Quartet No. 5 & 6 Columbia 1939
Friedrich Cerha Spiegel III Komponistenportrait col legno 1961
Elliott Sharp Friends Resonance Zoar Records 1978
feedtime small talk the Aberrant Years Sub Pop 1987
Chico Hamilton Man From Two Worlds Man From Two Worlds Impulse 1963
Michael Moore / Tristan Honsinger / Cor Fuhler Gulls Monitor Between the Lines 1999
Oskar Aichinger In Rilievo Elements of Poetry Between the Lines 1999
* Steve Lehman Trio with Craig Taborn Beyond All Limits The People I Love Pi Recordings 2019
Jim Sauter & Kid Millions Chrysanthemum pt. 2 Safe & Sane Family Vineyard 2017
Les Files de Illighadad Erilegh Ifanata Les Files de Illighadad Sahel Sounds 2014
Guerrilla Toss [track 2] Shitty Blumpkin CD "Best Of" Champion Super Hits Vol. 1-5 [self-released]
Guadalcanal Ratsi Rope Polyphonies des Iles Salomon La Chant du Monde 1979
Jimmie Dale Gilmore & Butch Hancock Row of Dominoes Live at the Sons of Hermann Hall Dec. 18, 1987