Friday, 29 March 2013

PLAYLIST 28-03-13

  1. Hildegard WESTERKAMP: Dvani
  2. Sol REZZA: The existence of the light, 4 parts
  3. Annea LOCKWOOD: Duende
  4. Francesca CACCINI: Lasciatemi qui solo, aria for voice&continuo
  5. Vittoria ALEOTTI: Mente l' ardite labbia from Ghirland de madrigali
  6. Caterina ASSANDRA: Haec Dies, Motet for 3 voices (from op.2)
  7. Frangiz ALI-ZADE: Music for piano
  8. Tania LEON: Ritual
  9. Alba POTES: Tres piezas breves para piano

Friday, 22 March 2013

PLAYLIST 21-03-13

  1. LOUISA: Snowfall.
  2. LOUISA: Eastern moon.
  3. Elodie LAUTEN: SOSWTC track 5.
  4. Pauline OLIVEROS & Carl Witt: Sound fishes.
  5. Connie CROTHERS & Alexis Parsons: Listen.
  6. Margaret LENG TAN: East broadway.
  7. Margaret LENG TAN: She herself alone, for toy piano & toy psaltery.
  8. BJORK, Evelyn GLENNIE version: My spine.
  9. Diana SIMPSON SALAZAR: Papyrus.
  10. Ingrid OBLED: Si je regarde.
  11. Manuelle BLACKBURN: Causual Impacts.
  12. Sulamit RAN: Inscriptions II:rondino mostly tongue in cheek.
  13. Teresa CARRENO: String quartet in B minorIV. Allegro risoluto.

Thursday, 14 March 2013

PLAYLIST 14-03-13

  1. Jenny MACLEOD: Moderato.
  2. Ikue MORI: Luciol
  3. Ikue MORI: Ephemeroptera.
  4. Ikue MORI: Blatteria.
  5. Jennifer WALSHE& GHIKAS: Good teeth.
  6. Chen-YI & Karen TANAKA: Frozen Horizon.
  7. Chen-YI: Tibetan tunes: Du Mu.
  8. Kathryn MISHELL: Images of Greece, Night, the wind...
  9. Juliana HALL/Sylvia Plath: Lorelei.
  10. Matilde CAPUIS: Concerto per oboe e archi allegro non troppo.
  11. Barbara GUIRANNA: Adagio e allegro in concerto/Allegro.
  12. Lera AUERBACH: 24 preludes for violin& piano Op. 46VIII Andante.
  13. Gloria COATES: Through space.

Friday, 8 March 2013

International WOMAN's DAY


Worldwide today:

Up to 50% of sexual assaults are committed against girls under the age of 16.
Globally, 603 million women live in countries where domestic violence is not yet considered a crime.
Up to 70% of women in the world report having experienced physical and/or sexual violence at some point in their lifetime.
Over 60 million girls worldwide are child brides, married before the age of 18…
In the face of such unacceptable figures, the international community is strongly committed to change the plight of women.

The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) requires that countries party to the Convention take all appropriate steps to end violence.

1/3 of female population of the world is abused, raped, beaten up !  How can that be justified?

PLAYLIST 07-03-13

  1. Dorothy DYWANSKA: The faith of flowers, part 1&2.
  2. Lili & Nadia BOULANGER: Vers la vie nouvelle.
  3. Lili BOULANGER: D'un matin de printemps.
  4. Johana BEYER: Clarinette suite No2 in flat B Major.
  5. Johanna BEYER: Music of the shperes, for electronic instruments and triangle.
  6. Pauline OLIVEROS: Mnemonics III.
  7. Maryanne AMACHER: Sound character vl 2, Part2 Heralds.
  8. Annea LOCKWOOD: World rhythm.
  9. Lydia AYERS: Theme & Impro.
  10. Karen TANAKA: Crystalline.
  11. Gloria COATES: Protestation quartet.
American Mavericks was a radio and internet series produced by American Public Media in association with the San Francisco Symphony and Michael Tilson Thomas, presented by Suzan VEGA. The program featured iconoclastic, American tradition-breaking composers. Many females: PamelaZ, Alison Knowles, Annie Gosfield, Wendy Carlos, Lucia Dlugoszewski, Eleanor Hovda, Wendy Mae Chambers, Meredith Monk, Mary Ellen Childs, Chen Yi.
Here are links to available written interviews:

 Interview of Pauline Oliveros
 Hovda talks about Lucia DLUGOSZEWSKI
 Interviews of Annie Gosfield
 Interview of Wendy Carlos