Playlist.

A weekly tally of memorable things Steve Smith has stuck in his ears lately.

Christoph KornIch sprech diesen Text (Edition Wandelweiser; 2016)

Johann Lindvallsolo/ensemble (Edition Wandelweiser; 2016)
> 24 preludes; three pieces for piano – Johann Lindvall; caerwys; unison 1-4; tombeau – Vilde Sandve Alnæs, Kristine Tjøgersen, Jan Martin Gismervik, Henrik Munkeby Nørstebø, Ina Sagstuen, Fredrik Rasten, Johan Lindvall

Lea BertucciAll That Is Solid Melts Into Air (NNA Tapes; 2017)

Art Ensemble of ChicagoEda Wobu (JMY; 1969)

Art Ensemble of ChicagoCertain Blacks (America; 1969)


Jim O’RourkeSteamroom 33 (Steamroom; 2017)


Alex MincekTorrent (Sound American; due April 26, 2017)
> Pendulum VII – Wet Ink Ensemble; Selected movements from Harmonielehre – Josh Modney, Eric Wubbels; Pneuma – Michael Ibrahim, Wet Ink Ensemble; Selected movements from Harmonielehre – Modney, Wubbels; Torrent – Yarn/Wire, Mivos Quartet


Miles MosleyUprising (World Galaxy; 2017)


Matthew Revertborntwo (Signifying Something podcast, Episode 002; 2017)

Maurice Ravel – Trois poèmes de Stéphane MallarméChansons madécasses – Janet Baker, Melos Ensemble (L’Oiseau-Lyre/Decca; 1967/2003)

LambertSweet Apocalypse (Mercury KX; due May 12, 2017)

Stefan Thutone and seven – Insub.8tet (Insub; 2016)

Jean-Luc GuionnetDistances Ouïes Dites – Dedalus Ensemble (Potlatch; 2016)

Katharina RosenbergerShift – Wasteland, Rage Thormbones (hat[now]ART; 2017)
> speed sputter (improvisation); SHIFT; flutter gust (improvisation); Gesang an das noch namenlose Land; RESHIFT 011516-3; wafts & drifts (improvisation); modules; postlude (improvisation)


Carl StoneWoo Lae Oak (Unseen Worlds; 2008)

Jean-Luc Guionnet – Saint Mary’s Old Church, Stoke Newington, London, England, Dec. 6, 2010 and Memorial Chapel of Glasgow University, Glasgow, Scotland, Feb. 5, 2012 from Bending Contumax: Organ Works (2008-2014) (No Schools; 2015)


Jute GyteThe Sparrow (X-Ray Tapes and Blue Records; 2017)

King CrimsonTown Hall, Birmingham, England, May 22, 1971 (DGMLive; 2006)

New York PhilharmonicThe Alan Gilbert Era Begins – Music from Opening Night (New York Philharmonic; 2009)
> Magnus LindbergExpo; Hector BerliozSymphonie fantastique

Gustav Mahler – Symphony No. 3 – Petra Lang, American Boychoir, Women of the Westminster Symphonic Choir, New York Philharmonic/Alan Gilbert (New York Philharmonic; 2009)

Johannes Brahms – Violin Concerto in D; Arnold SchoenbergPelleas und Melisande – Frank Peter Zimmermann, New York Philharmonic/Alan Gilbert (New York Philharmonic; 2009)

Charles Ives – Symphony No. 2; The Unanswered Question; Ludwig van Beethoven – Piano Concerto No. 4 in G – Emanuel Ax, New York Philharmonic/Alan Gilbert (New York Philharmonic; 2009)

New York PhilharmonicMusic from the Hanoi Concerts (New York Philharmonic; 2009)
> Ludwig van BeethovenEgmont Overture; Symphony No. 7 in A; Felix Mendelssohn – Scherzo in G minor (from Octet for Strings)

George Frideric HandelHighlights from Messiah (2004) – Celena Schafer, Nancy Maultsby, Jonathan Lemalu, Westminster Symphonic Choir, New York Philharmonic/Alan Gilbert (New York Philharmonic; 2009)

Simon KirkeAll Because of You (The End; 2017)

Arthur BlytheRetroflection: Live at the Vanguard (Enja; 1994)

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Album review: Jürg Frey, ephemeral constructions

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The less I say this time, the better – partly because I have so very, very little information available from which to cobble up some authoritative statement on the whys and wherefores of the three recent compositions from 2015 and 2016 by Jürg Frey included on this new CD, and partly because the music doesn't really lend itself to analysis so much as inhabitation.