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March 08, 2022


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Recent Listening

  • Shackleton & Six Organs of Admittance: Jinxed by Being (2024)
  • Olivier Messiaen: Et Expecto Resurrectionionem Mortuorum/Colours of the Celestial City, perf Loriod & Boulez (1966)
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  • Olivier Messiaen: Seven Haïkaï, perf Boulez, Loriod (1964)
  • Tomita: Pictures at an Exhibition (1975)
  • Michael Mantler: No Answer (1974)
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  • Olivier Messiaen: La Nativité du Seigneur, perf Jonathan Dimmock (2021)
  • Steely Dan: Gaucho (1980)
  • John Martyn: One World (1977)
  • Olivier Messiaen: Turangalîla-Symphonie, perf Previn/LSO (1978)
  • Charles Ives: Songs, perf DeGaetani & Kalish (1976)
  • Olivier Messiaen: Visions de L'Amen, for two pianos, perf Serkin & Takahashi (1973)
  • Keith Jarrett: Concerts, Bregenz/München (1982)
  • Steps Ahead: Steps Ahead (1983)
  • Steve Khan: Arrows (1979)
  • Charles Ives: Sonatas for Violin & Piano, perf Zukofsky/Kalish (1974)
  • Shankar: Nobody Told Me (1989)
  • Jan Garbarek Group: Photo with Blue Sky, White Clouds, Wires, Windows and a Red Roof (1979)
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  • Brad Mehldau Trio: Anything Goes (2024)
  • Brad Mehldau: After Bach II (2024)
  • JS Bach: Six Partitas, perf András Schiff (2009)

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