aka Sean Schuster-Craig. This tape has 29 (!) guitar origami miniatures in the range of steely finger-picking, microtonalities, overtones and reverberations.
“With his own instrumental design, compositions of just intonation with 43 unequal intervals, and his own rhythmic patterns, Harry Partch (1901-1974) was ..(read more)
Király is an inventor of musical instruments like the electrified zitherphone (made up of five zithers of varying sizes) and the tablophone, a creation that is..(read more)
John Cage wrote his 18 Microtonal Ragas after years of immersing himself in Indian music and philosophy. Nearly forty years later, Italian-German dhrupad singer..(read more)
The Bewitched was Partch’s first work solely intended for dance (and mime-dance at that; he was not overly enamored in his lifetime of so-called “mo..(read more)
The four works on this newly remastered CD are eloquent testimony to Harry Partch’s aesthetic of corporeality. The music he composed for The Dreamer That Rema..(read more)
This newly remastered reissue marks a welcome return to the catalog of the first volume of the classic 4-CD collection that was formerly available on the CRI la..(read more)
Re-issue of his debut LP from 1956 on the musician’s own Moondog Recordings imprint. Blending Eastern instruments and ethnic music with American exotica i..(read more)
Innova’s DVD, Enclosure 8, offers not only a chance to see higher quality versions of previously-available material, but it also includes two performances..(read more)
The Wayward: U.S. Highball, San Francisco, the Letter, Barstow / And on the Seventh Day Petals fell in Petaluma.