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Please visit this page often for SAMPLES OF MUSIC by faculty and students, including the annual SOUND CHECK CD by graduate composers and performers. 

Sound Check is available either by digital download or on CD. To obtain your CD of Sound Check One, Two, Three, or Five, e-mail your request including your name and address to publicity@music.ucsd.edu.

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Harkins & Larson[THE]: Ford 1991

- (06/17/2010 6 minutes)
Ford was composed in 1980

For more information regarding Harkins & Larson - history, reviews, video, audio, photos and credits - go to http://www.harkinslarsonthe.com

© 1975 Harkins & Larson [THE]

 

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La Jolla Symphony & Chorus: Evan Ziporyn's Frog's Eye

- (07/03/2009 21 minutes, #16452)
UCSD TV Productions


Steven Schick conducts the West Coast premiere of Evan Ziporyn's Frog's Eye, a propulsive work featuring a performance by the Tijuana-based dance troupe Lux Boreal.


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Violin+

- (05/09/2009 14 mins)


On May 9th, 2010 János Négyesy premiered Violin+, a collaboration with Lee Ray with movement by Rebecca Bruno and sculpture by Fred Thieme. The concert was part of a noon-4 pm Open House at the Department of Music’s new Conrad Prebys Music Center.


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La Jolla Symphony & Chorus: Time

- (02/09/2009 88 minutes, #15395)
UCSD TV Productions


Under the direction of Steven Schick, the Symphony performs Smetana's Vitava "The Moldau," Takemitsu's From Me Flows What You Call Time, and Brahms' Symphony No. 2. (#153Ε)


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Mozart Sonatas - János Négyesy and Yvonne Lee

- (02/05/2008 72 mins)
Description: Violinist János Négyesy and pianist Yvonne Lee perform Mozart's sonatas for violin and piano.

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What Creativity Means: Steven Schick (Musicians and Middle Schools)

- (09/26/2007 29 minutes, #4688)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD Music Professor George Lewis hosts renowned percussionist Steven Schick in a discussion of creativity, musical and otherwise, and how such skills as improvisation can benefit students in all aspects of life.


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New Music Center Promotional Video - 2007

- (09/01/2007 6:32)
Video preview of the Conrad Prebys Music Center, including images of the building, an interview with department chair Rand Steiger, and a performance by percussionist Steven Schick.

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The Behaviour of Mirrors, Roger Reynolds; P. Bowman, Guitar

- (08/26/2007 8 minutes)


This modern work for the classical guitar, written in the mid 80's by U.C. San Diego Professor Roger Reynolds, begs the question what if a mirror were able to reflect events not only in the present sense, but also events in the past and future as well.


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08. 721 in the Books

- (08/13/2007 5:49)
Composers: David Borgo, James Ilgenfritz, Jeff Kaiser, Fabio Oliveira
B.I.K.O.: David Borgo, tenor saxophone; James Ilgenfritz, contrabass; Jeff Kaiser, quartertone
trumpet; Fabio Oliveira, percussion
Engineer: James Ilgenfritz
Recorded: August–, 2007, Erickson Hall

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01. That's What It Is, Grape!

- (06/01/2007 7:25)
composed by brett reed
lisa cella, flute
elizabeth mcnutt, flute
joanna demers, flute
scott walton, piano
ulfar haraldsson, contrabass
david shively, percussion
steven schick, conductor

9.01 MB MP3


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02. Hilbert's Caverns

- (06/01/2007 12:28)
composed by michael theodore
david shively, percussion

15.06 MB MP3


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08. Hypnotic Strains

- (06/01/2007 8:44)
composed by erik Griswold
vanessa tomlinson, percussion

10.48 MB MP3


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Harkins & Larson[THE]: Ford 1991

- (05/23/2007 6 minutes)
Ford was composed in 1980

For more information regarding Harkins & Larson - history, reviews, video, audio, photos and credits - go to http://www.harkinslarsonthe.com

© 1975 Harkins & Larson [THE]


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06. Shadows (Numbers) tell it (to the Executioner)

- (05/03/2007 2:26)
Shadows (Numbers) Tell It (To The Executioner)
Composer: Steve Willard
Jeff Denson, contrabass; Steve Willard, poem, voice, guitar
Engineer: Nathan Brock
Recorded: May 3, 2007, Warren Studio A

3.52 MB MP3


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02. Binary Experiment for James Tenney

- (05/01/2007 7:21)
Composer: Jeff Treviño
James Ilgenfritz, contrabass
Engineer: Daniel Sarren
Recorded: May 1, 2007; Warren Studio B

10.59 MB MP3


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03. Squirrel Pod Saskatchewan

- (02/05/2007 10:20)
Composers: Joe Bigham, William Brent, Fabio Oliveira, Jonathan Piper, Jason Ponce
pfr: Joe Bigham, e.guitar; William Brent, laptop; Fabio Oliveira, percussion; Jonathan Piper,
tuba; Jason Ponce, laptop
Engineer: Nathan Brock
Recorded: February 5, 2007; Warren Studio A

14.89 MB MP3


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SummerFest 2006: Modern Composers at SummerFest

- (01/12/2007 57 minutes, #11849)
UCSD TV Productions


This program is subtitled "Mavericks and Movement Across the Pacific," and features Bright Sheng's Three Fantasies for violin and piano (a West Coast premiere co-commissioned by La Jolla Music Society for SummerFest); Lou Harrison's Suite for Violin and American Gamelan; and Steve Reich's Nagoya Marimbas. Performers include conductor Jahja Ling, pianist Andre-Michel Schub, violinists Cho-Liang Lin and Chee Yun, and percussionists David Cossin and Steven Schick.


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04. Mother Myth (No. 72)

- (11/06/2006 2:28)
Composers: Tracy McMullen, Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri, Juliana Snapper
Myth America: Tracy McMullen, Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri, Juliana Snapper, voices
Engineer: Nathan Brock
Recorded: November 6, 2006, Warren Studio A

3.56 MB MP3


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János Négyesy in Concert - 2006

- (10/20/2006)
Works for Violin and live electronics

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Lytle Memorial Scholarship Concert: The Naked Gershwin

- (07/14/2006 71 minutes, #11546)
UCSD TV Productions

Pianist Cecil Lytle, narrator Arthur Wagner and guests present The Naked Gershwin, a hilarious and educational program of music and letters to, from, or about George and Ira Gershwin. This is the 11th annual concert benefitting the Rebecca E. Lytle Memorial Scholarship Fund.

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02. Canon

- (06/01/2006 10:07)
composed by ming tsao
anthony burr, bass clarinet
charles curtis, cello

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03. Run12

- (06/01/2006 10:00)
algorithmic tape composition
composed and performed by cristyn magnus

12.12 MB MP3


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05. Symbiosis of Memory

- (06/01/2006 10:56)
composed by shahrokh yadegari
michael dessen, trombone
ivan manzanilla, percussion
shahrokh yadegari, computer

13.26 MB MP3


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06. Shades in Relief (Movement Two)

- (06/01/2006 10:56)
composed by rick snow
kathleen gallagher, flute
robert zelickman, clarinet
johnny chang, violin
carolyn lechusza aquallo, cello
katalin lukacs, piano
mathias reumert, percussion
geoffrey gartner, conductor

7.79 MB MP3


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07. For Nonaah's Alto

- (06/01/2006 11:01)
composed by jason robinson
jason robinson, tenor saxophone

13.22 MB MP3


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A Tribute to Will Ogdon

- (02/06/2006 86 minutes, #11305)
UCSD TV Productions
This program pays tribute to composer Will Ogdon with a program of his chamber works: Two Kechwa Songs, Three Machado Songs, Four Tonal Songs, Oratory, Variation Suite for Violin and Viola, String Quartet, and Six Small Trios. Featuring interviews with Will Ogdon and longtime colleagues, including, violinist János Négyesy.

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A Tribute to Will Ogdon - 2006

- (02/06/2006 86 minutes, #11305)
UCSD TV Productions


This program pays tribute to composer Will Ogdon with a program of his chamber works: Two Kechwa Songs, Three Machado Songs, Four Tonal Songs, Oratory, Variation Suite for Violin and Viola, String Quartet, and Six Small Trios. Featuring interviews with Will Ogdon and longtime colleagues, including, violinist J�nos N�gyesy.


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SummerFest 2005: Dancing to Beethoven

- (09/16/2005 59 minutes, #11029)
UCSD TV Productions


A program of three new dance works, in which UCSD Choreographer Allyson Green collaborates with SummerFest Young Artists, noted San Diego and Tijuana dancers, and UCSD percussionist Steven Schick. Presented by the La Jolla Music Society.


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10. Random House

- (04/25/2005 6:55)
Composer: Tracy McMullen
David Borgo, alto saxophone; Anthony Davis, piano; Michael Dessen, trombone; Mark
Dresser, contrabass; Nathan Hubbard, drum set; Tracy McMullen, soprano saxophone; Karl
Soukup, trumpet; Mark Weaver, tuba; Ellen Weller, tenor saxophone
Engineer: Nathan Brock & Tom Erbe
Recorded: April 25, 2005, Warren Studio A

9.98 MB MP3


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Rebecca E. Lytle Memorial Scholarship Concert: Tango!

- (02/25/2005 87 minutes, #9227)
UCSD TV Productions


Pianist and UCSD Marshall College Provost Cecil Lytle celebrates the tango diaspora with a piano performance of tango miniatures written by an eclectic mix of six European and Latin American composers. Jorge Coco Trivisonno, internationally known Argentine performer on the bandone�n, the traditional Argentine accordion-like instrument, performs during the second half of the Lytle concert.


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Négyesy/Nykter: Violins and Computers

- (10/22/2004 52 minutes, #9071)
UCSD TV Productions
UCSD's Päivikki Nykter and János Négyesy present Violins and Computers. Five premiere performances are combined with multi-media and sound imagery.

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Viewpoint Asia: Taiwan Elections April 2004

- (04/19/2004 28 minutes, #8604)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD China/Taiwan experts Nancy Guy and Susan Shirk join host Richard Madsen for an assessment of Taiwan's elections and its relationship to mainland China.


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EthiCAL: Doing What is Right in School and in Life

- (02/17/2004 58 minutes, #8482)
UCSD TV Productions
EthiCAL is an ITV production in which high school juniors from throughout San Diego County discuss ethical issues with a panel of local leaders. Hosted by Clark Anthony, this event focuses on ethics in education with panel members, UCSD Provost Cecil Lytle, State Senator Dede Alpert, Author Jean Ferris, and San Diego Charger Donnie Edwards.

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Classicism and Impressionism: Works for Cello and Piano

- (03/07/2003 57 minutes, #6904)
UCSD TV Productions
In the eighth annual Rebecca Lytle Memorial Concert at the UCSD Faculty Club, pianist Aleck Karis and cellist Charles Curtis perform popular chamber works by Mozart, Beethoven and other masters.

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SONOR (Fall 2002)

- (01/13/2003 72 minutes, #6815)
UCSD TV Productions


SONOR, UCSD's resident faculty new music ensemble, performs the USA premiere of Slow Dance by guest composer Toshio Hosokawa. The program also includes a piece by Ishmael Wadada Leo Smith, with contrabass virtuoso Bertram Turetzky performing solo accompanied by a small orchestra, and a premiere of a piece by graduate student composer Chris Mercer.


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UCSD Conversations: Homeland Security, Charles Curtis, Acupuncture, Red-Lining in San Diego

- (10/22/2002 59 minutes, #6806)
UCSD TV Productions
On this edition of UCSD Conversations Frieder Seible leads off with a discussion of homeland security projects underway at UCSD's Jacobs School. Then meet cellist and SONOR Director Charles Curtis and look at the uses of acupuncture for pain management with Dr. Albert Leung. Finally, explore the work of Richard Marciano to learn how the federal government determined the fate of San Diego neighborhoods by red-lining certain sections in the 1Γ0's.

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Edwin Harkins and Mark Dresser In Concert

- (05/20/2002 58 minutes, #6335)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD faculty member and trumpet virtuoso Edwin Harkins joins special guest, contrabassist Mark Dresser, in a performance of their co-written composition House of Mirrors.


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Edwin Harkins and Mark Dresser In Concert

- (05/20/2002 58 minutes, #6335)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD faculty member and trumpet virtuoso Edwin Harkins joins special guest, contrabassist Mark Dresser, in a performance of their co-written composition House of Mirrors.


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Cecil Lytle: A Schubertiad

- (03/29/2002 83 minutes, #6038)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD Provost and renowned pianist Cecil Lytle performs the works of master composer Franz Schubert, in a relaxed and intimate salon setting at UCSD's Faculty Club.


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red fish blue fish: Loud Americans

- (01/25/2002 58 minutes, #6154)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD's premiere percussion ensemble, under the direction of Steven Schick, performs an eclectic program of works by contemporary American composers.


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Creativity Making Your Dreams Come True with Bert Turetzky

- (01/11/2002 47 minutes, #6057)
UCSD TV Productions


Performer and professor Bert Turetzky discusses and displays creativity.


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Concerning Tania: Reflections on Recording and Performance

- (12/28/2001 56 minutes, #4173)
UCSD TV Productions


A documentary about the staging and recording of a concert version of Anthony Davis' acclaimed opera. Tania is based on the kidnapping of Patty Hearst, and premiered in Philadelphia in 1992. The CD was recorded at UCSD in April 1999 and released in October 2001.


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Xenakis - Psappha

- (07/06/2001 10:02)

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Negyesy/Nykter: Violins and Images (Four Premieres)

- (06/01/2001 87 minutes, #5664)
UCSD TV Productions
UCSD's Päivikki Nykter and János Négyesy present violins and images. Four premier performances are combined with multi-media and sound imagery.

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2001: A Ragtime Odyssey

- (03/16/2001 70 minutes, #5178)
UCSD TV Productions


Acclaimed pianist Cecil Lytle performs a solo piano recital of works which incorporate such synchopated styles as ragtime, stride and good old-fashioned boogie-woogie.


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Musicians and Middle Schools: What Creativity Means with Anthony Davis and Friends

- (03/13/2001 29 minutes, #4344)
UCSD TV Productions


Composer Anthony Davis discusses the influences which have shaped his work in contemporary jazz and opera. He is joined by singers Thomas Young and Cynthia Aronson-Davis in performing excerpts from his operas.


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SONOR: Spanning the 20th Century

- (02/23/2001 83 minutes, #5236)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD's resident contemporary music ensemble performs 3 major works by 3 different generations of composers: Schoenberg's "Serenade", Martino's "Serenata Concertante", and Madsen's "μonsorting with Angels". Mezzo-soprano Julie Randall is the featured performer, along with conductors Harvey Sollberger and John Fonville.


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SONOR: Spanning the 20th Century

- (02/23/2001 83 minutes, #5236)
UCSD TV Productions
UCSD's resident contemporary music ensemble performs 3 major works by 3 different generations of composers: Schoenberg's "Serenade", Martino's "Serenata Concertante", and Madsen's "μonsorting with Angels". Mezzo-soprano Julie Randall is the featured performer, along with conductors Harvey Sollberger and John Fonville.

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Aleck Karis and Kian Freitas in Recital

- (01/12/2001 76 minutes, #5238)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD Music Professor Aleck Karis and Kian Freitas perform Mozart's Sonata in D and Stockhausen's innovative Mantra, for two pianos and electronics.


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What Creativity Means: Cecil Lytle (Musicians and Middle Schools)

- (12/05/2000 28 minutes, #4725)
UCSD TV Productions


This series of programs introduces middle school students to creativity and music. This installment features renowned pianist and educator Cecil Lytle.


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Bertram Turetzky and Friends: Music for Contrabass

- (11/24/2000 88 minutes, #5295)
UCSD TV Productions


Contrabassist Bertram Turetzky, presents an evening of delightful surprises.These solo and chamber works include four premieres and several pieces that have made Turetzky famous.


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What Creativity Means: Bertram Turetzky (Musicians and Middle Schools)

- (10/10/2000 29 minutes, #4499)
UCSD TV Productions


This series of programs introduces middle school students to creativity and music. This installment features renowned bassist and educator Bert Turetzky, who discusses the value of improvisatory skills in both music and everyday life.


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Short Circuits

- (09/22/2000 20 minutes, #5216)
UCSD TV Productions
Composition by Igor Korneitchouk perfromed by Jånos Négyesy and P?ivikki Nykter. In Short Circuits, two violins are engaged in a music of sound effects. Objects such as paper clips, chopsticks, a wire whisk, pieces of paper, etc., constantly alter the timbre of the violins.

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UCSD Conversations: Education

- (09/19/2000 58 minutes, #5198)
UCSD TV Productions


Cecil Lytle welcomes the newly appointed provost of UCSD's 6th college, Gabriele Wienhausen. Then a look at UCSD's early academic outreach program and finally an update on the Preuss School with principal Doris Alvarez and Hugh B. Mehan.


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Bang On A Can All-Stars

- (08/28/2000 53 minutes, #1425)
UCSD TV Productions


Steven Schick of the UCSD Music Department performs percussion with a modern music group.


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A Few Of My Favorite Things: The Music of Cecil Lytle & Regina Carter

- (06/20/2000 26 minutes, #5085)
UCSD TV Productions
Cecil Lytle, UCSD Professor of Music and Provost of Marshall College, performs a special duet with acclaimed jazz violinist Regina Carter.

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Compilation CD 1996-2000

- (06/01/2000)
The CD set is a compilation of musics from the UCSD graduate school community. Some contributions are drawn from archive recordings, others are more carefully recorded special projects and dissertation works.

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A Liszt Recital: Cecil Lytle, Piano Solo

- (03/24/2000 59 minutes, #4669)
UCSD TV Productions
The UCSD Faculty Club hosts renowned educator and concert pianist Cecil Lytle in a performance of two major works by Romantic composer Franz Liszt.

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Reich: drumming

- (03/20/2000 58 minutes, #1519)
UCSD TV Productions


Music professor Steven Schick and his students perform Steve Reich's groundbreaking work for a large percussion ensemble.


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05. Study No. 4 (Peleas_Pele)

- (02/14/2000 1:54)
Composer: Benjamin Carson
Benjamin Carson, piano
Engineer: Benjamin Carson
Recorded: February 14, 2000, Warren Studio A

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09. Triptych

- (01/22/2000 11:01)
Composer: Jude Weirmeir
Lisa Cella, flute, piccolo; Colin McAllister, guitar; David Ryther, violin; Philip Larson,
conductor
Engineer: Josef Kucera
Recorded: January•, 2000, Warren Studio A

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Millennium Lecture: Roger Reynolds

- (12/07/1999 45 minutes, #4548)
UCSD TV Productions
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Roger Reynolds, contrasts the varieties of contemporary musical life with historical norms. He explores how contemporary technologies, including computers and DVDs, are transforming both the listening experience and the musical imagination itself.

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Musicians and Middle Schools: What Creativity Means with Chinary and Susan Ung

- (10/16/1999 28 minutes, #4409)
UCSD TV Productions


George Lewis welcomes Cambodian composer Chinary Ung and violist Susan Ung for a demonstration of the unusual sounds of traditional Cambodian instruments and the effect of culture on music.


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UCSD Conversations: Education

- (09/21/1999 59 minutes, #4523)
UCSD TV Productions
Hugh Mehan, director of UCSD's CREATE program, opens this special Education edition with an update on UCSD's efforts to increase the number of under- represented students on campus. George Lewis follows with his project to take world musicians into local middle schools. And finally, Cecil Lytle hosts a conversation with Doris Alvarez, the new principal of the Preuss school.

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100 Years of Ellington: Cecil Lytle and Friends

- (03/19/1999 86 minutes, #4026)
UCSD TV Productions
UCSD Marshall College Provost and Professor of Music Cecil Lytle celebrates Duke Ellington's 100th birthday with an afternoon concert devoted entirely to Ellington's compositions.

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3 Guys/18 Instruments

- (01/29/1999 59 minutes, #4025)
UCSD TV Productions
Bert Turetzky, Vinny Golia and Ed Harkins perform improvisational jazz on 18 different instruments, in this intimate display of virtuosity taped at the Spruce Street Forum.

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3 Guys/18 Instruments

- (01/29/1999 59 minutes, #4025)
UCSD TV Productions
Bert Turetzky, Vinny Golia and Ed Harkins perform improvisational jazz on 18 different instruments, in this intimate display of virtuosity taped at the Spruce Street Forum.

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UCSD Conversations: Reznik, Lytle, Schudson

- (01/19/1999 58 minutes, #3972)
UCSD TV Productions
Vivian Reznik, M.D., Director of the UCSD Leadership Center discusses efforts to increase women's representation in medicine, followed by Marshall College Provost Cecil Lytle discussing the Rebecca Lytle Memorial Scholarship Fund and ending with Michael Schudson on the history of American civic life.

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UCSD Conversations: Reynolds, Bailey, Tuszynski

- (10/20/1998 59 minutes, #3970)
UCSD TV Productions
UCSD Music Professor Roger Reynolds discusses the nature of sound and his pioneering work in digital spatialization.The San Diego Supercomputer Center's Mike Bailey follows with his work in scientific visualization and 3D modeling and Dr. Mark Tuszynski rounds out the program by explaining his lab's work on genetic engineering.

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Aleck Karis and Steven Schick in Concert

- (10/04/1998 32 minutes, #108)
UCSD TV Productions


Two University of California music professors, Karis Aleck and Schick Steven, perform three piano percussions with great mastery and talent. These are Ferneyhough's Bone Alphabet:, Rzewski's Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues, and Lyon's Benzene Glucose.


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Aleck Karis and Steven Schick in Concert

- (10/04/1998 32 minutes, #108)
UCSD TV Productions


Two University of California music professors, Karis Aleck and Schick Steven, perform three piano percussions with great mastery and talent. These are Ferneyhough�s Bone Alphabet:, Rzewski�s Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues, and Lyon�s Benzene Glucose.


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UCSD Conversations: Rudwick, Turetzky, Nicolaides

- (04/21/1998 58 minutes, #3698)
UCSD TV Productions
Rudwick on Science studies. bassist Turetzky. Nicolaides on LA history

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Third Annual Rebecca Lytle Memorial Concert

- (04/03/1998 57 minutes, #3669)
UCSD TV Productions


Pianist and UCSD Provost Cecil Lytle performs an all˜hopin program to benefit the Rebecca Lytle Memorial Scholarship Fund.


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Exploding Pianos

- (01/30/1998 58 minutes, #3377)
UCSD TV Productions


This installment of the acclaimed New Music series by New York-based pianist Kathleen Supove features the world premiere of UCSD professor Chinary Ung's Seven Mirrors, commissioned by the NEA and Meet The Composer.


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Eclipse by Roger Reynolds and Ed Emshwiller

- (01/01/1998)
Stereo example from WATERSHED DVD (Mode Records 70, 1998)



Example by permission: Mode Records



Voices: Philip Larson and Carol Plantamura.

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Caught by the Sky with Wire: The Beiser/Schick Project

- (04/11/1997 59 minutes, #2872)
UCSD TV Productions


Virtuoso percussionist Steven Schick is joined by award-winning cellist and fellow Bang On A Can performer Maya Beyer in a diverse program of works by 20th-century composers, including pieces specially commissioned for the duo. Chinary Ung: Grand Alap (a window in the sky).


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Caught by the Sky with Wire: The Beiser/Schick Project

- (04/11/1997 59 minutes, #2872)
UCSD TV Productions


Virtuoso percussionist Steven Schick is joined by award-winning cellist and fellow Bang On A Can performer Maya Beyer in a diverse program of works by 20th-century composers, including pieces specially commissioned for the duo.Chinary Ung: Grand Alap (a window in the sky)Bun˜hing Lam: jeder tag ein maya tagNick Didkovsky:Caught by the sky with wireSimon Shaheen:Samai Nahawand


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Spruce St. Forum: The Piano

- (03/21/1997 27 minutes, #2741)
UCSD TV Productions
Acclaimed jazz pianist, composer and UCSD music professor Anthony Davis performs a lively selction of standards and improvisations at the Spruce Strret Forum.

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The Nature of Genius No. 2: Beethoven and the Sonata Form (Op 111)

- (02/11/1997 60 minutes, #1385)
UCSD TV Productions


Pianist Cecil Lytle explores the influences in Beethoven's life and the intricacies of his composition in this Emmy-nominated program. Included is a performance of Beethoven's final Sonata, Op. 111, taped before a live audience.


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Red Fish Blue Fish

- (01/31/1997 46 minutes, #2805)
UCSD TV Productions


UCSD Music Professor Steven Schick leads a percussion ensemble in a virtuoso performance of works by such modern masters as Cage, Varese, Xenakis and Reich.


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The Nature of Genius: Beethoven and the Sonata Form (Sonata No.1)

- (01/28/1997 57 minutes, #1297)
UCSD TV Productions


Cecil Lytle, Professor of Music and Provost, explores Beethoven's use of the sonata - his development and early influences. He also performs Beethoven's first sonata for piano.


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An Evening with Bertram Turetzky and Friends

- (01/03/1997 58 minutes, #1771)
UCSD TV Productions


Bertram Turetzky performs classical music, featuring works for solo contrabass, duets, and the UCSD Celli and Contrabass Choir under Philip Larson.


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An Evening with Bertram Turetzky and Friends

- (01/03/1997 58 minutes, #5295)
UCSD TV Productions


Bertram Turetzky performs classical music, featuring works for solo contrabass, duets, and the UCSD Celli and Contrabass Choir under Philip Larson.


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UCSD Conversations: Lytle, Martin, Asaro

- (05/06/1996 55 minutes, #2337)
UCSD TV Productions


Cecil Lytle, Provost of Thurgood Marshall College, discusses plans for a new charter high school on UCSD campus, to focus on providing an expanded AVID program for local minority and low-income students. Kathryn Martin, facilities and production manager of the UCSD Music Department, describes the process of creating music recitals and concerts, and Robert Asaro, a structural engineer, explains some revolutionary new boat designs.


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UCSD Conversations: Friedman, Turetzky, Lincoln

- (12/19/1995 57 minutes, #1887)
UCSD TV Productions
Richard Friedman, Professor of Judaic Studies, discusses his new book. Bertram Turetsky, bassist and Professor of Music, describes his music, and Stephen Lincoln of the Sociology Department analyzes the modern family on this episode of UCSD Conversations.

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UCSD Conversations: York, Lytle, Schaede

- (12/01/1994 53 minutes, #1266)
UCSD TV Productions


In this episode of UCSD Conversations, Herbert York discusses the anti-nuclear proliferation movement, Cecil Lytle, Professor of Music and Provost of Thurgood Marshall College, speaks about Beethoven and his use of the sonata form, and Ulrike Schaede analyzes the politics of rice in Japan.


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UCSD Conversations: Burbidge, Négyesy, Epstein

- (10/19/1994 58 minutes, #1215)
UCSD TV Productions
In this episode of UCSD Conversations, Professor Margaret Burbidge discusses her studies in astronomy, János Négyesy, the acclaimed contemporary musician, describes his violin techniques, and Professor Steven Epstein of the UCSD Sociology Department explains his work.

The Quicktime presented here is the 12-minute interview with János Négyesy.

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UCSD Conversations: Strum, Schick, Komives

- (05/24/1994 58 minutes, #932)
UCSD TV Productions


Professor Shirley Strum speaks about her primate research in Kenya, Steven Schick of the UCSD Music Department discusses modern percussion, and Professor Komives discusses her drug design research in this episode of UCSD Conversations.


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Fluxconcert

- (09/21/1991)
János Négyesy & Allan Kaprow

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Lytle Memorial Concert: Liszt-O-Mania

- ( 12 minutes, #12635)
UCSD TV Productions

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What Creativity Means: Cecil Lytle (**educational version**) (Musicians and Middle Schools)

- ( 27 minutes, #5452)
UCSD TV Productions

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Ecosphere

- ( 29:03)

42.58 MB MP3


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For Marnie Dilling

- ( 4:42)

5.65 MB MP3


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Steven Schick Interview

- ( 7 minutes, #14339)
UCSD TV Productions


Steven Schick performs David Lang's "The Anvil Chorus" at the Bang on a Can Marathon in the World Financial Center Winter Garden in NYC around midnight on June 3, 2007.


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Brief excerpt from The Emperor of Ice Cream


(1961-62).

(152K, 01&Piβ.5).

By permission.

LP: America Sings/The Gregg Smith Singers

Label: Turnabout TV 34759

Copyright © 2000 Roger Reynolds

1.00 MB MP3


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Excerpt from motione


Bill T. Jones / Arnie Zane Dance Company

Choreography and Performace: Bill T. Jones

Interactive Imagery: Paul Kaiser, Shelley Eshkar, Marc Downie

Composition and Sound Design: Roger Reynolds

motione is a project of the Arts, Media and Engineering Program through the Herberger College of the Arts and the Fulton School of Engineering. It is co-presented by ASU Public Events.

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Excerpt from Justice

- ( 2:12)

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01. Benjamin Hackbarth: Crumbling_Walls_and_Wandering_Rocks

Robert Zelickman, Joseph Howell, clarinets; Ross Karre, Brian Archinal, percussion; Batya MacAdam-Somer, Andrew Tholl, violins; David Medine, Andrew Nathaniel McIntosh, violas; Ashley Walters, Derek Stein, cello; Steven Schick, conductor; William Brent, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


33 MB MP3


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02. Vincent Raikhel: Mobius_Ascent

Batya MacAdam-Somer, violin; Antonio Estrada, Tamim Katawazi, recording engineers. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


11 MB MP3


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03. Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Hidden-Inwards

Justin DeHart, percussion; Martin Hiendl, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


6 MB MP3


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04. Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Hidden-Our

Justin DeHart, percussion; Martin Hiendl, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


3 MB MP3


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05. Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Hidden-External

Justin DeHart, percussion; Martin Hiendl, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


3 MB MP3


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06. Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Hidden-Stay

Justin DeHart, percussion; Martin Hiendl, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


6 MB MP3


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07. Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Hidden-Rain

Justin DeHart, percussion; Martin Hiendl, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


4 MB MP3


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08. Anna Thorvaldsdottir: Hidden-Past_and_Present

Justin DeHart, percussion; Martin Hiendl, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


3 MB MP3


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09. Martin Hiendl: Erwartung_and_Traumverlust

Lesley Ann Leytham, mezzo-soprano; Steven Berkley, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


22 MB MP3


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10. Paul Hembree: Passion

Meghann Welsh, soprano; Ariana Lamon-Anderson, clarinet; Dustin Donahue, percussion; Mark Dresser, contrabass; Aleck Karis, conductor; Steven Berkley, recording engineer. Sound Check Five curated by Philippe Manoury, mastered by Tom Erbe


17 MB MP3