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Raman, bansuri track 1. Ramakrishnan arr. Phil Scarff, Mike Rivard -- Kpegisu suite. Shreeram G. Devasthali arr. Phil Scarff, Warren Senders Oscar Peterson. The twilight saga: Eclipse. Jacob's theme Michael Omartian Dartmouth, Mass. New Orleans, La. Paolo Nutini -- Tootie Ma was a big fine thing feat. Tom Waits -- Louisiana fairytale feat. Yim Yames -- After you've gone feat. Del McCoury -- Freight train feat. Ani DiFranco -- Blue skies feat. Jason Isbell -- Old rugged cross feat. Brandi Carlile -- Trouble in mind feat. Richie Havens -- Basin Street blues feat. Merle Haggard -- There is a light feat.

John -- Rockin' chair feat. Louis Armstrong -- Baby won't you please come home feat. Amy LaVere -- T'ain't nobody's business feat. Steve Earle -- Some cold rainy day feat. Cory Chisel -- I ain't got nobody feat. Buddy Miller -- La vie en rose feat. New York : Sony Music Entertainment, p Louis gal -- I didn't know what time it was -- Nobody -- WomanChild -- Le front cache sur tes genoux -- Prelude There's a lull in my life -- You bring out the savage in me -- Baby have pity on me -- John Henry -- Jitterbug waltz -- What a little moonlight can do -- Deep dark blue Lizz Wright-vocals -- Smile -- Enchantment -- Ballad of the sad young men -- Another time, another place -- Capetown fringe -- Poinciana -- You must belive in spring -- Sofia Los Angeles, Ca.

Puffy -- Past present. Louis blues. Blues Alley jazz. Concord, CA : Concord Jazz, [c] p Pegasus Prometheus unbound Lotus The three Marias -- disc 2. The Wayne Shorter Quartet live in London. The three Marias Lost and orbits medley -- disc 3. Lotus She moves through the fair Adventures aboard the Golden Mean Prometheus unbound Footprints live! New York : Blue Note, Golden Mean -- Plaza real -- Myrrh -- Pegasus -- Flying down to Rio -- Zero gravity to the 10th power -- The notes Unidentified flying objects Nina : the essential Nina Simone.

Cowley, UK : Metro, p The best of Bessie Smith : empress of the blues. Louis blues -- Cake walkin' babies from home -- I ain't gonna play no second fiddle. II : a Smithsonian collection. Johnny too bad -- Slave driver -- Clara St. After you've gone -- Too marvelous for words -- Jitterbug waltz -- Moon song Cleveland, OH : Telarc Blues, p Track 18 an opera excerpt for solo voice, chorus, and piano. Bryan, arr. Gershin, arr.

Kalman, arr. Milano, arr. Ash -- Henri, porqou n'aimes-tu pas les femmes? Volume three. New York : Verve Forecast, p McCoy Tyner plays John Coltrane. Day I'll remember April I fall in love too easily Band intro East of the sun I've got a lot of living to do Time after time Somebody loves me Poor butterfly A tisket, a tasket Send in the clowns Sarah's blues -- Disc 2. The man I love I got it bad and that ain't good Watch what happens If you went away I could write a book I remember you Fascinating rhythm Everything must change Like someone in love My funny Valentine Ending theme Re run home Cherokee Clair de lune Malcolm's theme The message.

The backing is eclectic, with the acoustic guitars often giving a folky texture and a Gospel chorus and church-like organ making pop songs sound like spirituals. For you, for me, for evermore -- But not for me -- I'll build a stairway to paradise -- An American in Paris -- They can't take that away from me -- Epilogue. New York, NY : Reprise, p American idiot -- Jesus of suburbia. Jesus of suburbia City of the damned I don't care Dearly beloved Tales of another broken home -- Holiday -- Boulevard of broken dreams -- Favorite son -- Are we the waiting -- St.

Jimmy -- Give me novacaine -- Last of the American girls She's a rebel -- Last night on earth -- Too much too soon --";"disc 2. Before the lobotomy -- Extraordinary girl -- Before the lobotomy reprise -- When it's time -- Know your enemy -- 21 guns -- Letterbomb -- Wake me up when September ends -- Homecoming. Death of St. Jimmy East 12th St. Nobody likes you Rock and roll girlfriend We're coming home again -- Whatsername -- bonus track.

New York : Masterworks Broadway, c, p, p Lang, orchestrations. Kid Koala -- Bonus track. Here's to you, Charlie Brown : 50 great years! Bernstein on broadway : excerpts from West Side story, On the town, Candide. The dance at the gym: Mambo -- Something's coming -- Maria -- Balcony scene: Tonight -- America -- I feel pretty -- Ballet sequence: Somewhere Overture -- Life is happiness indeed -- Oh, happy we -- Glitter and be gay -- I am easily assimilated Old lady's tango -- Make our garden grow finale New York, NY : Ghostlight, p James Stephen Oremus, musical director, conductor.

Reprise Special 2CD deluxe ed. There are some small alterations and cuts for recording purposes principally in the longer dance sections and the narrative poem 'The Pekes and the Pollicles. Mistoffelees' -- Memory -- The journey to the heaviside layer -- The ad-dressing of cats A chorus line : original Broadway cast recording. New York : Nonesuch Records, Inc. Brohn and Peter Howard 15 p.

Stairway to paradise Bronco busters K-ra-zy for you -- Slap that bass -- Embraceable you -- Tonight's the night -- I got rhythm -- The real American folk song is a rag -- What causes that? Rahman lyrics by Prasoon Joshi. Despicable me. New York : Sony Music Soundtrax, p Fiddler on the roof : the original Broadway cast recording. New remastering produced and engineered by Vincent Caro. Danny Elfman. Act 1. Act 2. Bring on the girls Roscoe, Young Roscoe Can that boy fox-trot!

Phyllis Rogers Stone, ensemble. Game of thrones. The particular cues and themes it does highlight, though, lend themselves beautifully to this symphonic re-imagining. Volume 3, Showstoppers : the music. Kristin Chenoweth -- Beautiful -- Physical feat. Olivia Newton-John -- Total eclipse of the heart feat. Jonathan Groff -- Lady is a tramp -- One -- Dream on feat. Neil Patrick Harris -- Safety dance -- I dreamed a dream feat. Idina Menzel -- Give up the funk -- Bad romance Volume 7. New York, NY : Columbia, c The graduation album. New York : Columbia [distributor], p Alicia Keys.

New York : Polydor, p Cleveland, OH : Telarc, p Volume 2 : original soundtrack. Burbank, CA : Hollywood Records, p David Hasselhoff. Alexander Hamilton -- Aaron Burr, sir -- My shot -- The story of tonight -- The Schuyler sisters -- Farmer refuted -- You'll be back -- Right hand man -- A winter's ball -- Helpless -- Satisfied -- The story of tonight reprise -- Wait for it -- Stay live -- Ten duel commandments -- Meet me inside -- That would be enough -- Guns and ships -- History has its eyes on you -- Yorktown The world turned upside down -- What comes next?

What'd I miss -- Cabinet battle 1 -- Take a break -- Say no to this -- The room where it happens -- Schuyler defeated -- Cabinet battle 2 -- Washington on your side -- One last time -- I know him -- The Adams administration -- We know -- Hurricane -- The Reynolds pamphlet -- Burn -- Blow us all away -- Stay alive reprise -- It's quiet uptown -- Election of -- Your obedient servant -- Best of wives and best of women -- The world was wide enough -- Who lives, who dies, who tells your story.

Hedwig's theme -- Aunt Marge's waltz -- The knight bus -- Apparition on the train -- Double trouble -- Buckbeak's flight -- A window to the past -- The whomping willow and the snowball fight -- Secrets of the castle -- The portrait gallery -- Hagrid the professor -- Monster books and Boggarts! Start of something new Get'cha head in the game What I've been looking for What I've been looking for reprise Stick to the status quo When there was me and you Bop to the top Breaking free We're all in this together I can't take my eyes off of you Get'cha head in the game performed by B5 -- Disc 2.

Start of something new Get'cha head in the game What I've been looking for When there was me and you Bop to the top Breaking free We're all in this together I can't take my eyes off of you. Hollywood's greatest hits. Volume II. Cleveland, Ohio : Telarc, p Snow 11 p. Hollywood's greatest hits, volume 1 Cleveland, Ohio : Telarc, p -- Compact disc. New York : Universal Republic, p Burbank, CA. Entertainment, p Prologue: Into the woods -- Cinderella at the grave -- Hello, little girl -- Rapunzel's song -- The cape as red as blood -- The cow as white as milk -- Magic beans -- Rapunzel's hair -- Granny's cottage -- I know things now -- The beanstalk grows -- Cinderella runs -- Giants in the sky -- Who cares!

Giants in the sky Back to the palace Boom crunch. New York : Epic Records, p Burbank, CA : Rhino, p Silhouettes You're the apple of my eye I can't give you anything but love Earth angel A Sunday kind of love My mother's eyes Short shorts Moody's mood for love -- Cry for me -- Backup sessions.

Stay Let's hang on Opus 17 Don't you worry 'bout me Bye, bye, baby baby, goodbye -- C'mon Marianne -- Can't take my eyes off you -- Working my way back to you -- Fallen angel -- Rag doll -- Who loves you. New York : Masterworks Broadway, p New York : DRG, c La La Land : original motion picture soundtrack. Leonard Cohen : I'm your man : original motion picture soundtrack. New York : Reprise, p Symphony] Tim Simonec, conductor. Clint Eastwood Scoring Stage.

Abrams -- The eyeland -- World's worst beach party -- Credit where credit is due -- Run like, um-- hell? Run away! Prologue -- The Coney Island waltz -- That's the place that you ruined, you fool! Entre'acte -- Why does she love me? The Coney Island waltz reprise -- Bathing beauty -- Mother, did you watch? Mamma mia! Here we go again : the movie soundtrack featuring the songs of ABBA.

New York : Universal Classics Group, The movie follows Moana as she embarks on a daring mission to save her people. Deutsch 15 p. Bonus tracks recorded on April 25, Angel of music -- Phantom of the opera -- Music of the night -- I remember Stranger than you dreamt it Prima donna -- Poor fool, he makes me laugh -- Why have you brought me here Entr'acte -- Masquerade Why so silent Twisted every way Bravo monsieur Track down this murderer Los Angeles : Motown, [?

New York : Universal Republic Records, p Weiss director, Michael Greif. New York : Nonesuch Records, p India -- There's a girl -- Scene. The library at Misselthwaite Manor -- Scene. A train platform in Yorkshire The house upon the hill -- I heard someone crying -- Scene. Mary's sitting room If I had a fine white horse -- A girl in the valley -- Scene.

The ballroom -- It's a maze -- Scene. The greenhouse -- Winter's on the wing -- Scene. The edge of the moor -- Show me the key -- Scene. Colin's room -- Round-shouldered man -- Final storm -- The girl I mean to be -- The house upon the hill transition Scene. Archibald's dressing room -- Quartet. There's a man transition -- Race you to the top of the morning -- Wick -- Scene.

The library Scene. New York : Decca Broadway, p My name is Stephen Joshua Sondheim God -- If you ask me to write a love song Finishing the hat -- Beautiful -- I had a lot of trouble with my mother An all-star cast headed by Barbara Cook, Vanessa Williams and Tom Wopat takes on new arrangements of over two dozen Sondheim tunes, ranging from the beloved to the obscure, interspersed with audio commentary by the composer himself, who reveals fascinating details about his life and his art.

Today it stands as the most successful movie musical of all time. This special edition includes a very special nod to the music's impact and influence on younger generations: My Favorite Things, sung by Lea Michele of the hit TV show Glee. Bonus track: My favorite things Lea Michele. Star wars. Nathan, and Sutton Foster orchestra Michael Rafter, musical director. There she is I must get on that ship The 1st class roster Godspeed Titanic -- Barrett's song -- To be a captain -- Lady's maid -- What a remarkable age this is!

Times are hard for dreamers -- Falsettos. The baseball game -- Sunset Boulevard. With one look -- A Bronx tale. In a world like this -- Dear Evan Hansen. Sincerely, me -- Holiday Inn. Shaking the blues away -- Charlie and the chocolate factory. It must be believed to be seen -- Natasham, Pierre and the Great Comet of Letters -- Miss Saigon.

The last night of the world -- Come from away. Me and the sky -- Bandstand. Nobody -- Anastasia. Journey to the past -- Cats. Memory -- Groundhog day. Seeing you. Lights, camera The Wizard of Oz : selections from the original motion picture soundtrack. Harburg musical adaptation by Herbert Stothart.

You can get away with anything opening night performance. African skies. Milwaukee : Narada Classics, Two CDs: Audio connect 1. Myths and legends, and, Audio connect 2. Myths and legends. The DVD includes artist interviews. Sketches from an American journey. New York : Epic, p Earth chakra, part 1 Passion chakra, part 1 Power chakra, part 1 Heart chakra, part 1 Sound chakra, part 1 Vision chakra, part 1 Crown chakra, part 1 -- Resonance. Earth chakra, part 2 Passion chakra, part 2 Power chakra, part 2 Heart chakra, part 2 Sound chakra, part 2 Vision chakra, part 2 Crown chakra, part 2 Salem, MA : Ryko, p New York : Valley Entertainment, p Omaha, NE : American Gramaphone, c McKinley -- Cloudburst -- Tin type -- Battle hymn of the republic Chip Davis.

Omaha, Nb. New York : Verve Music Group, p Records, p Jeffrey Thompson.

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Watch the Duck -- Change your life featuring T. Rita Ora -- Lady Patra feat. Along the single Fancy, her debut album features T. Rita Ora -- Trouble feat. Charli XCX -- Heavy crown feat. Ellie Goulding -- Bounce. Charles Aznavour au Carnegie Hall. Miami Beach, Fla. Grown woman. Includes lyrics in French with English translations. Blige with accomp. Blige with featured performers. La donna e mobile Il Trovatore. Libiamo ne' lieti calici with P. Yende, B. Terfel, A. Jones and the Avila Brothers. Arguably, as the leader of the legendary Memphis soul icons, Booker T and the MG's, he single-handedly set the cast for modern soul on classic Stax tunes like 'Green Onions' and 'Time is Tight.

Mayer Hawthorne -- All over the place feat. Luke James -- Fun -- Broken heart feat. Jay James -- Feel good -- Gently feat. Anthony Hamilton -- Austin City blues feat. Gary Clark Jr. Estelle -- '66 Impala feat. Poncho Sanchez and Sheila E. Kori Withers -- Your love is no love feat. Vintage Trouble -- Father son blues feat. After making a serious impact with their remarkable 'Swedish Lo-Life' and 'Trans-World Junktion' releases on fellow Swedish label Studio Barnhus, we're thrilled to have them onboard for our th release on Local Talk.

Since the very beginning Local Talk has covered everything from the deeper shades of house to the jackin' and the gritty club jams, released some slower BPMs and also the uplifting, vocal and organic house. The th release main track 'Lajbans' is one of those sublime tunes that is bridging the gap between all styles of dance music and got the MLiR trademark, it's epic and manages to offer plenty of subtle details to keep you locked for the full 9 minute experience.

Accompanied with the original is a masterclass in dub 'Lajbans Bellaterra dub '. You got the versatility of the original carefully stripped back but also absorbing layers upon layers of seductive sonic moods, it's a trip for sure and you don't want it to end. Idjut Boys rediscovery time? A beautiful, chilled and magic journey. Featuring friends and frequent collaborators Brother Portrait Steam Down and Poppy Ajudha, the 6 track EP simmers with a potent UK energy; paying homage to the sounds of garage, jungle and broken beat all in the context of the new wave of London jazz - of which all members of this project are key players.

The synergy between Jack on keys and Poppy on vocals is clear; the two have been playing together for years and combine perfectly on this sun drenched contemporary take on the so called broken-beat style. All in all, the EP is equally at home in the club as it is in the living room, owing to its balance of epicness and musicality.

Rumours are he's coming to Manchester in December, hopefully bringing a big bag of this kinda shizzle to make us rave! Kicking proceedings off is 'Heads', a mid tempo smooth disco vibes with funky piano keys that will take you high into hedonistic realms. Party mood is not over and 'The Jubes' raises the game with some sultry vocals thrown into the mix. The ethos and mission of this 12" remains untouched.

On the flip, the tempo is increased and an infectious trumpet sample is looped to max effect. Funky, driving beats galloping unbridled yet restrained providing an epic climax that will not leave no punter indifferent. Herzel opens the A side with 'Sea Level Rise', a track that has a mystical narrative constructed in a minimalistic manner.

With its melodic perspective shifts and repetitive percussions, it steadily takes the listener to a suspended, unfurling climax. Balearic-edging never felt so good! Flute Power drop "Pacific Jam"; more housey in nature but still with that expansive, coastal outlook that makes it a firm bet across the open air arenas - think Tisno's beach stage, Cafe Del Mar before it died a death or the rich seam of bars along the Indian and Thai coastlines which pump out joy all day to a rich gathering of revelers.

You can almost picture the deft producer getting busy with the kill switches, hunkered down and locked into the groove All in all a great set of tracks! Here you have a good example of dedicated craftmanship. Bastedos is back with three rascal disco edits from Dan and The Unlimited Stupidity Band drenched in that dazzle of the early disco days - reworked, extended and primed for the modern dancefloor.

Cosmic sirens lead the way for a tension amping build up, full of space echoed reverberations, divine synths and peppering guitar licks. By the time those swaggering vocals are laid to bare its fever pitch point with this astronomical edit. Limited 12" exclusive to RSD stores. The title track is an rave-indebted warehouse demolisher; with heavily distorted kicks, neck-snapping snares, growling synths and a catch robot vox paying tribute to the tuffer side of the electro cannon fresh with that old skool b-boy flavour to boot. There's no better than to pique a pigeon's plumage than getting Keith Tenniswood involved; which is exactly what Derailleur does - shoe-horning in a brilliantly aggressive remix of "Hydraulic Performer" by the man in machine-biting, Radioactive Man guise.

When that catchy motif fully unfolds I can picture a whole manner of trigger fingers pointing up at a sweat-soaked ceiling With a strong commitment to hardware based recording and performance, brings in a new chapter for the France based producer and DJ. Derailleur's tracks ain't half bad either! Tuff, jagged electro. Whilst on the A side you have the fast paced funky number 'Baby Don't Leave Me Here' with a gorgeous and groovy bassline and great vocals that will help you raise above the dross and see the possibilities ahead of you.

A reassuringly positive track to dance the night away. Companion 45 to the forthcoming unreleased LP of L. We transferred all of larombes tapes in Holywood and pulled sa ton of Amazing track starting with this the original full-length masters of Modern Soul Grail 'You're The Best' Running an extra one and a half mins flipped with a previously unreleased track 'Train Of Thought. You know the score, 6k for an OG. Full on funky-goodness, so much energy it could fill a room instantly. Make sure you play this one nice and loud! It first gained sneaky notoriety as a favourite of local DJs, eventually making it around the world thanks to some - in classic Mood Hut fashion - misplaced CDRs.

The track is blessed with the hypnotiq call-and-response vocals of the low-key but legendary Separated At Birth crew - an alias of two Canadian rappers born on the same day. Contract restrictions prohibit us from revealing any more. This tune got its legs at early Mood Hut parties where it became a natural prompt, encouraging microphone-grabbing party guests to step up and freestyle. It maybe Autumn, but you can keep those crepuscular rays shining through your bedroom window with this breezy double-tracker fresh from the Riviera!

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Autre left the lab and brought his science to the people. These two songs will heal through the power of bodywork. Arguably the finest edit series ever, and among the best work of Detroit legend Theo Parrish's career, the Ugly Edits are frankly legendary. Extended and looped to insanity, EQed and pressed with the rough and raw sound that Theo's known for, this was disco as house music, packed with the speaker freaking energy of a Ron Hardy set. Now, nearly two decades on, Theo teams up with Prime Direct Distribution for a new series which officially licenses the cuts, and places them back to back with the original track, both remastered and cut loud on either side of a 12 inch.

Funk powered, horn-laden disco goodness with breath-taking vocals from the Stateside troupe. Edit upstarts and dancefloor destroyers Black Bones employ their finely tuned metal detector and set out on another excavation here with the sixth edition of their must have series. Chuck in a bit of accordion and this is about as New Beat as it gets. Next up, "Eejit Safari" gets stuck into some Latino-disco breaks with echo and reverse, finally flexing our feet with a suitably limber bassline. Turned up to 11 with carnival noises and dub fx, this sounds like a vintage Idjuts outing, which is always a good thing in my book.

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Flip the disc and feel the synth funk power of "Painting By Rumours", an impossibly chugging 80s OG with popcorn motifs, sleazy female vocals and a killer Arabesque synthline. Finally "For Pete's Sake" sallies forth with wild slap bass, galloping percussion and loads of angular new wave energy, powering the party late into the next day. Aside from the whacked out disco dub of "Eejit Safarai" think Noid , the flavour to savour is supercharged synth.

New Beat meets New Wave on the contemporary dancefloor - highly recommended. Once upon a time, in the glory days of the forum, a new generation of DJs and collectors were being introduced to a wealth of rare and exotic tunes; musics with life changing powers which spoke a universal language. Moonboots, Mike, Brewster, Broughton, Boardman, Mison and Dr Rob - all present and correct, all on hand to educate, entertain, inform and swiftly remind you that you had next to no chance of ever finding a copy.

Well, times have changed, editmania has given way to the march of the reissue, and all those rare birds are coming home to roost - or at the very least nest nicely in your record collection. This latest reissue from Italian imprint Best Records ticks another biggie off the collective wantlist, providing us all with an affordable, remastered and reissued copy of Roberto Lodola's Balearic classic "Marimba Do Mar".

As the 80s wore on, and Roberto found his way into the studio, his exotic tastes and sunny disposition perfectly translated into the Mediterranean masterpiece "Marimba Do Mar", a breezy, jazz flecked slice of tropical pop complete with DX7 panpipes, synth marimba, subtle percussion and swelling sax. Whether you opt for the largely instrumental 'Fusion Version' or the sweet and sensuous 'Vocal Version', you've got a certified classic on your hands. Best Records hit us with another BIG Balearic classic, that's been super tough to find for the longest time.

As Mediterranean as it gets, "Marimba Do Mar" takes tropical synth work, sleazy sax and jazzy grooves and flips it into a piece of true Balearic brilliance. Every home should have one. According to Micay the EP continues to utilize "Blue Spring"'s beautifully crafted palette of beguiling electronic textures and rhythms, inducing a magic sense of novelty through their unique frequencies. A new star on our shelves for fans of electronic music Micay is the real deal. Would love to see this guy live, if you're reading Nathan get in touch!

Steve Moore Steve Moore L. Broken Kills Future 99 Eigengrau Future I've long been a fan of Steve Moore's filmic throbbing synth sound, with 's 'Pangaea Ultima' for me, being the pinnacle of his non-soundtrack output. Since then, we've had a number of soundtracks The Mind's Eye and Mayhem being two particularly standout vinyl releases and a superb solo album for Temporary Residence last year. This self-titled EP of sorts for legendary Brooklyn label, L. S sees Steve stripping back the atmospheric drones and pads for something a lot more percussive, with his saw stacks and staggered hats taking more of a front seat.

We follow up with a more dynamic arepggiated phrase in the stunning 'Future 99', bringing the paddling arps and soaring pads back once again, along with some incidental stabs and flickering delay lines, bringing to mind the pioneering German synth works of the mid 70's. A perfectly curated and brilliantly fitting outing for the great L.

Top stuff. Continuing their endless run of killer reissues, Best Records come through with an official limited edition remaster of this bomb from Cellophane. Cellophane was an occasional moniker for Italian legend Alessandro Novaga, one of THE major influences on Chicago house music with his trio of releases "Drums", "Electronic Drums" and "Faces Drums", all essentially EPs of tough electronic bonus beats which helped to create the blueprint for many early Windy City productions.

This second Cellophane release, which came after the huge "Gimme Love" single, is Novaga's magnum opus, consisting of just two long tracks or suites perhaps? The A-side kills it with a hyperchaged Koto bassline, chiming synths and plenty of extra strong formaggio, all arranged into an extended galactic romp through Parts 1, 2, Break and Reprise. Check out those clips to hear the beauty of this ever changing electronic composition. The masterpiece here though is the flip, "Music Colours part 3 ", a heavy hitting marriage of drum machines and synths which stomps through the dancefloor, opens up an interdimensional portal and invites all kind of alien freaks to start the party.

Crazy synth fx, a Funkytown bassline, wild percussion and a proper kitchen sink dub aesthetic, this reminds me of peak time Idjut insanity, allways a good thing in my book. Heavy use of synths and drum machines expecially on the part 3! Highest grade Italo disco heat on a mindbending house tip - play at your own risk Limited edition remastered reissue of Funky Family, the Italo disco studio project from This edition has the full instrumental cut on the side two instead of the short radio edit available on the original one. After making at 9am and having a proper Israeli breakfast, the artists went to a studio on top of a decadent old shopping mall in the Centre of Tel Aviv.

New wave Latino body music, peak power extended space disco and wiggly electro funk combine for definitive dancefloor approval and chin-stroking trainspottery that comes approved by us all here at Picc HQ. This is the sound of the edgy underground right now; honestly, you couldn't be more on-point if you traversed Striding Edge on ice skates. Mega stuff. If you heard our own Patch playing out last year, the chances are you heard him drop Lipelis' dub mix of Capablanca's "Lap Dance", a fierce and ferocious bit of tape-y tonk from the previous 12".

This set starts with Capablanca and Lipelis going utterly astral with the slow and syrupy "Top Top Top", a twisted disco dub with plenty of pattering percussion, Space Echo abuse and reel to reel fuckery. If you imagine playing the drum loop from "Knock On Wood" through a broken tape player, then opening the fridge portal to Zuul before uniting the trinity of gremlin, water and synth, and you'll be in the same galaxy as this jam.

Last but not least, Born Free regular Odopt turns in a mind-mulching industrial version of "Lap Top Less Dance", hinting at acid, Borft weirdness and strange sampledelia. They serve a fine starter of slow and sludgy syrup before Tiago gets into his psychedelic disco and Odopt embraces the industrial funk. What a coup!


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Two Australian, stone cold dance music veterans on one 12" - winner! Andy Rantzen should be familiar to you all by now but just in case: 'Andy Rantzen is a Sydney, Australia based lo-fi electronic producer. Trained as a psychologist, Rantzen has been a lecturer at the University of Sydney. It's a dark n deadly analogue growler, not a million miles away from early Radioactive Man and Andrew Weatherall but operating under solo aliases rather than Two Lone Swordsman - Ed and still biting in today's climate.

Much of Rantzen's and indeed Australia's dance music veered towards CD production in the late nineties and early noughties, making this a much needed vinyl pressing of this fabulously wobbly jack track. Ok it's back, for how long who knows? But it's here, for now Possibly one of the biggest, difficult-to-acquire dance releases from early in the year, it was made big at ADE where it received a limited release for attendees. Now Rush Hour have let the flood gates open on the remaining copies, rumours are that there were ever only pressed although we find this hard to calculate.

What matters though is that the music really cuts through the hype. Imagine Metro Area recording on Sound Signature and you get half the idea. Gloriously long, the elelven minute arrangement keeps us suspended across a green and rich flower bed of house music goodness. It's all about the bass on this one though, with a speaker rattling, fretted B-line gluing the whole thing together and powering up the hips and feet immediately.

Again, a nicely constructed arrangement simmers and pops right till the end of its duration. Already heavily rotated by lucky folks who nabbed it first time round, both tracks definitely live up to the hype. I've already caned it to death out and about but it refuses to get boring! I can see this still sounding huge in another ten years time. A true collectors piece! Here's two alternative mixes of "Arrival" and "Amma"; the former a completely unreleased version while the latter, dating back to a release on Buzz, has become a much desired track in its own right.

Another round of applause for Safe Trip then a label feverishly collected by our resident passerine.. A strange but comfortable juxtaposition of styles that's synonymous with Trans-4AM. Definitely merits a purchase! Such is the quality of their releases they simpy go into my bag without me even realising it was them behind them each and every time!

Extracting a rich sense of emotion from an evolving analogue set-up, Hammer follows up his previous FMB outings "Dahlia" and "C-Space" with a similar tone and sound palette as he lays out a new EP with 3 tracks that capture the Feel My Bicep sound perfectly, striking the balance between delicate melody and power with aplomb. Time to enter the twilight zone with this one! Ket vest not included. The first of 2 heavyweight Bushwacka! Matthew B aka Bushwacka! Having presented this collabo with DJ Vorn back in on his own Plank Records imprint, it's obvious that Bushwacka!

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This is it. On side B we have the 'They're Comin' For Us' mix, which is totally different, yet completely essential; more breakbeat heavy than its predecessor it's another finely crafted bass-bin troubler. Over 20 years old and still sounding 2 future 4 u! This 12" reflects it perfectly with its relentless breakbeat cum techno for the much needed and non-existent illegal parties! Conjured up in Amsterdam where he has been living for the past 5 years, and a macro hologram of Gilb'R's mind; it explores many moods from tribal to sentient and back through humanoid expression.

Many paths have led us to our current hybridized world, and there's no better soundsmith than Gilb'R to highlight the merger of organic, spiritual and cybernetic in our crazy times. We love it, you will too! A symposium of pitched vox, gated drums, analogue basslines and nagging s. Chillum Trio started out as a collective of like-minded musicians in , however, after releasing an album together which was supported by the likes of Laurent Garnier the project slowly morphed into the solo act of founding star, Geza Szekeres. At that time he discovered West-African music, Latin jazz and the universe of soul and funk, these new directions have been shaping his musical evolution ever since.

In he turned out as one of the winners of Gilles Peterson's Havana Cultura remix contest that gave him the opportunity to travel to Havana and record music with the creme of the Cuban jazz scene. Budabeats Records have now got their needy paws on Chillum Trio's first ever EP, "Cosmotropica" containing two dancefloor friendly tracks mixing broken afro-house with tropical and cosmic influences. Nodding firmly to the rich seam of UK broken beat, it offers updates to this cult formula taking it into the hearts and minds of the next generation of dancers and listeners.

Slightly more house orientated in rhythm and dynamics and inhabited by a plethora of tantalizing musical passages it's a feast on the ears and likely to cause bursts of joyous eruption on the dancefloor. Top stuff here from a new artist on our radar - check! Nice varied arrangements as well sure to keep the floor locked in. Perfect for the dance then! Add a crisp perc line, wet snare and warm kick and you've got a soundsystem-pleasing rub-up that'll skip from warm-up to peaktime without breaking a sweat.

Limited copies with beautifully printed sleeves, don't dilly dally as they won't be around for long! Though segueing easily into house and techno sets, there's not many records out there as complex and unusual sounding as this. As usual when Bowman and Talabot combine - magic happens. Secret Squirrel No. Two little ducks and one covert rodent as Secret Squirrels unleash their 22nd release, a latin lover which gets you by the disco balls.

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The result is a boogie tinged disco winner with soulful vocals, a swooning vocal and great synthwork, not a million miles away from "Ma Quale Idea", but a little more conscious. While most of the species stocks up on nuts, our mischievous rodents are back at it again, mining the outer recesses of disco, cosmic and tropical grooves for another of their trademark double-headers. Jarv Is Must I Evolve? Our secret agent in Oslo returns with another urgent communique in the Norsk Tripping series, containing six more tracks selected from a private vault of dance floor dynamite.

All given the sonic once-over for maximum playability. The party starts with the Italo romp of "Robots", a chugging number with wormhole bass, occasional vocoder and the odd bit of ectoplasm. We return to earth with a 'bump' via the coke-y disco-not-disco of "NY77", an neat extension of Delta 5's angular and angsty "Mind Your Own Business", before the celestial sequences and pulsating bassline of electro bomb "Imperator" head through the clouds once again, possibly pausing to soundtrack an 80s montage.

Flipping the pancake, "Cocteau" gives us the uber-Balearic, utterly cosmic edit of "Fifty Fifty Clown" we've been clamouring for, tripping us out before the dark but dreamy synth pop of "USSR" takes us off into the land of eyeshadow and homemade clothes like a Russian Flash And The Pan. As always, a VERY limited run, so get it bought!

N-Gynn coming correct with the eastern flavours for the forth installment of Hamam House. Co-produced by long time label friend Remi Mazet, and a first for the label in that it's comprising of strictly original material! Mainly instrumental and featuring a mixed palette of electronic and organic instruments, "Turkish Delight" begins proceedings and sounds like if much of the Claremont 56 roster decamped to Istanbul to make music. Black Sea-balearic never sounded so good! Bracelets and beads not included! Finally "Berka Beat" stutters and shudders in like Egyptian Lover after one to many hashish pipes!

Subdued and mystic, but utilizing all areas of the drum machine, this tasty acidic electroid niggler should find favour with the more skilled leftfield DJs out there Particular attention must be payed to the staggering hypnotic 'Marmaris'. Part four is as good as the last three. Andromeda Orchestra Don't Stop Inc. Andromeda Orchestra returns, unearthing "Don't Stop" and employing Ray Mang on remix duties, turning the track into a peak-time disco master class. Strings, Clav's, Piano's, spacey keyboard solo's, sound fx and modern disco drums collide for maximum dance floor connection.

It's perfect for the bigger clubs and festival sets and yet still intimate enough for the smaller ones. B1 see's "Kano Line Dance", finally receiving the vinyl release it deserves. This spacey disco nugget effortlessly combines Rhodes and guitars to create yet another modern, dance floor hit, which is already receiving support from the likes of Horse Meat Disco. The disco original sits perfectly between "Constellation Orchestra" and the more underground disco sound of New York. Perfect for the summer. Ray Mang's remix is as HUGE as you'd hope, taking us right back to the glory days of Scando-disco, while "Kano Line Dance" is a squelching and squanching boogie tinged roller with just a hint of jazz-funk thrown in for good measure.

Based in Stockholm, Hosoi is a listening bar with a focus on sound quality boasting custom-built KRS speakers, a hand built Condesa mixer and high-end Technics turntables. Vinyl crackling throughout evokes the sound of spinning wax heard at the stylish venue. As mellow as a kitten and exuding aspartame from beginning to end. Sweet sleeps! Dark, coldwave soundscapes with eastern prayer rituals decorate the latest Whities releases as the Carl Gari meets Abdullah Miniawy for a collision in industrialized electronics and Arabic spiritual music A electro-religious hymnal made up of eight verses, it sources some of Gari's most stark, bleak and arresting soundscapes and marries it to Miniawy's unique, expressive Adhaan.

Ultimately, the juxtaposition between synthetic and divine becomes blurred, allowing each, seemingly disparate element, chance at interacting with the other; a possibility only really achieved in more recent timeframes. The results are, unsurprisingly, completely outstanding and sound like nothing else on this planet. Tension-wrought, otherworldly and containing a burning internal fire, this is a truly enveloping, all-encompassing listen and highly recommended by us all here at Picc HQ.

Over just a couple of releases Kristjan Kroupa has developed a sound which is both singular and versatile, taking in elements on house, techno and minimal without ever really being any one alone. Initiation Rituals sees him take his deepest exploration into the deep, dark, club music which he is becoming recognised for. A record of detailed, percussive sounds, the release sees Alleged Witches present a package of sounds which is clearly inspired by his fascination with the occult, the strange and the sinister as his name might suggest.

When the label approached Nigel Ayers about the possibility of pressing a small batch of the edit made by head-honcho Alessandro Adriani, they never expected to find more material from her solo career. Caroline and Beverley completed a full demo cassette and sent it around to few labels, and no one unfortunately got interest. Chicago-meets-Vienna-vibes which were way ahead of their time back in the 80s, when short-lived formation Aktionskunst Gerasdorf aka Athletico Kunst Gerasdorf were on the scene.

Fritz Grohs rounding things up and adding their spice to the laidback jams alongside stand-out musical heavy hitters. NDW, dark wired disco and warped proto techno abound on this oddball waver. Childhood play with starcom and Gobots. DJing in spacey laser-lit rooms draped with sound-dampening curtains. Following this, 'Curtainbox Space World' flips the 'Jerry Garcia finds a ' switch and accidentally opens a portal to some deep shamanic release. On the flip, "Beyond The Cosmic Blaze" takes a shuffling bassline, spaced out sequences and frazzled guitars to turn out the kind of wild chugger you'd hear from Baldelli, Loda, Weatherall or Harvey - mint in other words.

Finally Trent takes on "Blue Drink" augmenting the low slung bassline and Italo shimmer with a pressurised blast of pulsating techno and skewed mutant funk. The sunshine drps off these three tracks. Lovely ep all round. Mega new tackle from the ever-reliable Redshape; purveyor of the freshest deep-tek grooves and ruffest house beatz, nearly 15 years in the game and still smashing yet. There's few producers with as sophisticated touch as Redshape. Whether its his elastic, growling b-lines, his tribal, urgent drum programming or his maddening sense of space and expansion, his tracks all have a level of prowess and soundsystem understanding that finds universal appeal across the underground.

The full spectrum endorphin rush of the main mix comes with a killer Reese and warehouse-durable drum constructions, hitting the energy and power of 2AM perfectly while a lysergic vocal wash twists craniums inside out as bodies lock into the hard-hitting beat. A 'motor' mix and 'bonus beats' offers two distillations of the parts, personal favourite being the wild boar energy harnessed inside the latter. There's also a handy acappella for anyone wanted to use that trippy AF vocal part Redshape we love you! Redshape deliver three slammers for the dancefloor or your personal portable music player.

Now, the Cold Tonic boss returns to Running Back with his electrifying new trip by the name of "Euphoric Dreams" which is a fitting title for this evocative and neon-lit dancefloor burner which calls to mind the best of the golden era that was the '80s. He goes deeper into the night on the flip with "Miyoki"; a delightful boogie-down number which boasts of shimmering arpeggios, steely drum computers and an all-round vintage flair - the kid's still got it!

You know The possibilities are endless, follow your dream, take that chance, live to the fullest, blah blah blah. Add to it couple of good pills, coke or amphetamine and you are in heaven! You will be floating in the realms of Euphoric Dreams. Newborn Jr. World Museum EP - Inc. His mature, carefully crafted sound, stripped yet powerful, now finds its place on King Of Kong. Swirling noises come and go, adding a dash of melancholy into this club-ready tool. A classic sound of two decades of dance music underground updated for here and now.

Space techno as I call it myself and funky beats to entertain your hungry audience. UK upstart Simba rinses the racks for 4 bona-fide underground classics. We're in the rollerdisco on the A-side as Simba laces a jazz funk classic with a whole load of house heat on the A1, then works his scalpel on Tom Browne's sleazy funk bomb 'Thighs High'. Last but not least, Simba serves up Latin jazz-funk realness with the samba tinged B2, a feel good slice of sunshine for the more soulful DJs and dancers out there. The other three cuts are as funky as it gets. Buy on sight!

Sammy Massamba Azali Inc. Vive La Musique burst onto the scene last year with the hugely successful "Tabala Mouv". For the follow-up, they present two songs from prolific Congolese talent, Sammy Massamba, taken from his cult self-released album " - Beni Soit Ton Nom". Title track "Azali" immediately hooks you in with its mysterious intro, laden with early 90s keyboards and drum machine. Sammy's funk guitar and anthemic vocal lines turn this unique composition into an infectious afro-pop masterpiece. Label founder Aroop Roy steps up with a customary edit, extending the arrangement and giving the drums and mix a modern-club touch.

Sammy describes the second track, "Birika", as a mix of Congolese Rumba, Afrobeat. A mid-tempo bass and guitar groove form the backdrop for Sammy's power vocals. An exquisite rumba guitar line completes another high class composition. This four-track EP celebrates the spirit out of which Seilscheibenpfeiler was born.

It contains two unreleased productions by Sebastian Szary's Fundamental Knowledge project, which started the label back in the day. They are complemented with present day reworks by Fadi Mohem and Skeemask, breathing new life into these 25 years old but far from outdated tracks by adding a little extra punch through modern means of production.

Fadi and Skeemask deliberately don't apply any specific modern elements to Szary's vintage tracks, instead they enhance their classic Minimal-meets-Hardcore-meets-Acid feel. It's a transmission from a Golden Techno Age where all was one, capturing the sweaty, hard, yet light footed sound of post-wall Berlin, with all its associations from Tresor to Love Parade. What a perfect opportunity for Skeemask to flesh out the track with his hefty trademark breakbeats!

Fadi Mohem revamps the acidic " - 21" with equal respect and efficiency, providing the kick drum power needed for big soundsystems. If you don't look at the titles, it may at first be hard to discern which is which, what's past and what's present - a fact that honours both versions new and old. Nostalgia dose for those who were there. Rave and basement ammo. Balearic Pathways feat. Yevhen Bubon Pathways Version feat. Yevhen Bubon K. A package expertly mixed by Darshan Jesrani. Eugene updates the tune with disco-era style, flowing live and carrying the torch onwards from the bands back in the day.

These are dj dubs focused on the dance floor, the real deal from The Lemko Unlimited Orchestra on Balearic. Very balearic and soothing. Perfect horizontal dancing good all year round. Helena Hauff goes in on her first full Return To Disorder EP, ripping through spacey techno tones and electro rhythms with her usual acidic touch.

Opener "Catso" calls to mind Drexciyan electro and the intergalactic obsessions of UR, all chunky bass sequences and chilly keys. Next up, "Why Look At Animals" is a pure electro ripper, all snapping perx and labyrinthine synthwork leading to the pummelling, tunnelling electro of "The Brush", a killer corrosive jam for deep into the session. Finally "Slim Filter" pings, pongs and bounces round your cerebellum, delivering irresistible electro rhythms and distorted sequences under a nutso leadline.

Melodic, menacing and original. For those who miss the productions of Carl Finlow, here you have something not that dissimilar. It includes the US smash hit 'Apsu' with its mega cool and mega retro hi-hats. Belpaese set their sights for the stratosphere with this double header of exotic delights for your aural pleasure. Strap in for another certified dose of disco — exotica — balearic - Italo-funk for the demanding digger! The A-side heads into the opium den with country style guitar licks, loose and limber percussion, jazz flute, wild sax, female voc and a heroic dose of commune ready psychedelia.

On the flip, "20 Secoli Di Favole" is a sweet and spacey disco swayer for early doors, boats parties or afternoons in the sun. Once again female vocals take centre stage here, though the nebulous synths sat one layer back are particularly tasty. Buy pronto! West End records open the vaults once more to today's top editors and remixers. Packer take the reins. All killer, no filler. Back to back classics. This incredible 12" sees Italian maestro Moplen take the reins. Over on side B is Salsoul Orchestra's 'Ooh I love It', again blessed by the Moplen magic, always adding something to the mix in a respectful and knowledgable way, offering up breathtaking contemporary versions of the classics.

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Its awesome, its limited. Get it whilst you can! Presumably pissed off about Brexit, The Very Polish Cut Outs have taken a 3 year hiatus from our humble shelves, leaving us jonesing for a new batch of Euro-disco, synth-wave and Balearic edits. Thankfully, while the law makers and cake takers are busy pro-ro-ro-roguing, the TVPC crew have snuck back into the store with a feisty 12" sampler of high grade floor fillers. The A-side starts with a new edit from Holiday 80, and the Warsaw duo threaten to steal the show with the unstoppable stomp of 'Twa Jasna Widze Twarz' 'I can see your light face' , a heavy party weapon with infectious vocal hooks based on a totally unknown track by a very famous Polish folk band.

Their reinterpretation of a pretty unknown song by superstar Polish diva is a straight floor-filler infused with soul vocals. On the flip side, you'll find two edits by the Belarusian maestro Schmoltz, who once again proves that he's the master when it comes to digging obscure tracks from behind the Iron Curtain. Praise the lord : hebrew folk song for SA chorus and piano. Psalm Set me as a seal : for mixed vioces S. Shadow dances. Shir hamaalot: psalm : treble choir and piano.

Sixth string quartet: a Whitman serenade : for medium voice and string quartet. Some laughter, some tears , nos. Some laughter, some tears , no. Sonata : for solo guitar. Sonata for harpsichord. Sonata : for unaccompanied cello. Sonata : for viola and piano. Sonata breve : for piano. Sonatina : for piano solo. Song and dance : for viola and orchestra. Symptoms of love : T. Third sonata : for violin and piano. Three encore songs. Three madrigals. Thy song expands my spirit : piano solo.

Toccata, recitation, and postlude : for organ solo. Triolet : for flute, viola and harp. Triptych for dancing. Twelve songs of praise : for unison choir or congregation and organ. Two sketches for violin and piano. Violin sonata , no. A whole bunch of fun , no. The amazing adventure of Alvin Allegretto. Desperate measures : for brass quartet.

A dream of my parents dancing : for chamber orchestra. Dreamsong : for viola and piano. The false messiah : an opera in two acts. Goldilocks and the three bears : for narrator, oboe, violin, cello, and piano. I'm inclined to new music : string quartet with optional double bass. Kaleidoscope sextet. Ladino songs of love and suffering : for soprano, horn, and guitar. Little red riding hood : for narrator and chamber ensemble. Marita and her heart's desire : narrator and 12 musicians. Mikhoels the Wise. Momentum : for violin and piano. Nex et maeror : for violin, cello and string ensemble.

Night journey : for woodwind quintet. Rikudim : for harp and flute. Song of Yahweh : for baritone solo, and antiphonal choirs of mized voices a cappella. The tell-tale heart. To his imaginary mistress : for solo tenor and piano. Troika : for violin, clarinet, and cello. Urban scenes : for string quartet and kids. Viola tracks : for viola and piano. Voices of moonlight : for oboe and orchestra. Adomian, Lan, Dance : for violin and piano. Dos canciones. Dos nanas : para canto y piano. Play de blues : for mixed chorus and piano. Aebersold, Jamey. David Liebman: 8 originals from the seventies.

David Liebman solos: transcribed from volume 26 scale syllabus. The scale syllabus , volume Four impressions : for piano. Rhapsody in waltz time : for eb alto saxophone and piano. Aglinskas, Peter R. Steel grin : for chamber orchestra. Agnon, Shmuel Yosef, Balkanic hay dance. Balkanophonia : suite for symphony orchestra. Macedonian no. Polka : for brass band. Popay : revue operette. Popay : revue operette : Ballet music. Souvenir : trumpet solo.

Aguila, Miguel del, Burlesque : for flute and piano for the left hand. Clarinet concerto. Conga : for solo piano. Drei Lieder : for soprano, piano and flute. Es ist Zeit El gran martillo. Herbsttag : for flute, bassoon and harp. Hexen witches : for bassoon and string orchestra. Nunca persegui la gloria. Pacific serenade : for clarinet and string quartet. Snowmen : for piccolo flute and piano. Sonata no. Sonate no. Verhexung : for bassoon and piano. Ahlstrom, David, America, I love you : orchestral score.

America, I love you. America, I love you : full score. Doctor Faustus lights the lights. Four songs of war war suite :for nine solo voices, chorus of mixed voices, string orchestra, two pianos and percussion ensemble six players. Fourth day, fifth day. More dreams dancing : a choral symphony. My heart's in the highlands. Scherzo : for trumpet, winds and percussion. Sinfonia concertante : for trumpet and orchestra. Three sisters who are not sisters. Wicked was he that took away the flowers. Ahn, Heejung, Labyrinth : for seven instruments. Ahnell, Emil Gustave, Ceremonial march.

Epilogue to Antigone : for brass and timpani. Fanfare : for brass and timpani. Flower pieces : for piano. The Goldberg variations , nos. Suite for piano. Three songs on poems by Shelley : for soprano and piano. Ahrendt, Karl, God be merciful. Three poems from a calendar. Ahrens, Margaret Jane,, Antics : for piano and tape. Love songs. Ahrold, Frank, Four episodes for cello and orchestra. Ahronheim, Albert. Let's go blue!

Catacombs : for orchestra. Concert music for strings. Etudes for piano. Spring is purple jewelry : for soprano and piano. Canticum laudis. Dolor : for soprano and piano. Hymn to the Holy Spirit. A moment of farewell : for trumpet, oboe, and marimba. Night voyages : a song procession. The seven sorrows. Aspen concerto : violin and strings. Cantata , no. Cantata III. Cantata IV : soprano, flute, oboe, cello, bass.

Cantata V : soprano and small orchestra. Cantata VI : remembering : baritone, chamber orchestra. Cantata IX : soprano, chamber orchestra. Cantata X : thirteen ways of looking at a blackbird : for baritone, three percussionists and four bassists. Chamber concerto. Clarinet trios. Double trouble : for pianist and percussionist with the support of four bassists. Eight studies for wind quintet.

Etudes and interludes : for one plus three percussionists. Felipe : opera in three acts, act I. Felipe : opera in three acts, act II. Felipe : opera in three acts, act III. Fifteen short pieces : piano and string orchestra. Flute music. For the cello. For the viola. Four quiet pieces. Four spring songs and an autumn. Happy birthday overture. Harmonic rhythms : string quartet. Hic vir : for mixed chorus a cappella. In the praise of Ockeghem : for string orchestra.

In the praise of Ockeghem. Johannes : for five players on renaissance instruments. Jubilate deo : for small chorus, unaccompanied. Mass : mixed chorus, organ. Mass : mixed, chorus, organ. Montages : partita for solo bassoon. Music for the horn. Oboe music. One music as before : for mixed chorus and organ.

Opus 95, revisited. Partita for band. Partita : for six instruments. Partita for solo violin. Partita II : for violin. Pastiche for piccolo and piano. Piano fantasy : in two movements. Piano music. Quartet : clarinet, violin, viola, cello. Quintet : oboe, string quartet. Rosa de fuego : rhapsody for piano. Serenade : double quintet. A set of seven : Bb clarinet and piano. Seven bagatelles : piano.

Seven bagatelles. Short fantasy : violin and piano. Short suite for string orchestra. Songdance : for orchestra. Suite for solo bass. Suite for solo clarinet. Suite in si x : for band. Three chorale preludes : for organ. Three choruses : for tenors, baritones and basses. Three connected pieces : thirds, melody, and fifths. Three motets for men's voices. Tromba : quintet, in two movements for trumpet s and string quartet. Two tales from Grimm : for narrator, flute, oboe, string trio and piano. Veni creator spiritus : for sopranos, tenors and basses.

The words of the preacher : for mixed chorus and organ. Psalm of the modern shepherds : S. Akins, John R. Movements for woodwind quintet. Cantate Domino. L'cho dodi. Blues for R. Peace in the neighborhood. Albert, Adrienne. Western suite. Albert, Stephen, Flower of the mountain. Into eclipse : five arias for tenor and chamber consort. Rilke song. Sun's heat : for tenor and orchestra. To wake the dead. Treestone : for soprano, tenor and 12 players. Tribute : for violin and piano. Voices within : for orchestra and concert group.

Wind canticle : for clarinet and orchestra. Wolf time : for soprano, players and amplification. Albert, Thomas, Devil's rain : for two pianos. A maze with grace. Alberts, Laurie G. Poinciana rag. Albright, William. Antigone's reply. Caroms : for eight players. Chasm : for organ solo. Chorale-partita : for organ. Concerto : for harpsichord and string orchestra. Danse macabre : flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano.

David's songs : S. De spiritum : organ solo eith 2 assistants. The dream rags : for piano solo. The enigma syncopations : flute piccolo ,contrabass, percussion 1 and organ. Deum de deo : mixed chorus and organ piano. Fantasy etudes for saxophone quartet , book 1. Five chromatic dances. Five chromatic dances : for piano solo. Four fancies : for harpsichord solo. Grand sonata in rag : for piano. Hymns and descants : mixed chorus congregation and organ. Jericho : for organ and trumpet. The machine age : a set of short pieces for our time.

Marginal worlds : for 12 instruments. Masculine - feminine. Organbook III : 12 etudes for small organ. Pax in terra : mixed choir a cappella with soprano and tenor soli. Quintet for clarinet and string quartet. Romance : French horn and organ. Saints preserve us : three "etudes-prieres" for solo clarinet. Seven deadly sins : chamber ensemble and narrator optional. Six new hymns : unison chorus and organ. Sonata : alto saxophone and piano. Spaera : for piano and computer generated four-channel tape. Symphony for organ : organ solo with percussion or pre-recorded tape.

Take up the song : soprano solo, mixed chorus and piano. That sinking feeling morceau de concours : organ solo. Three new chestnuts : two harpsichords. Three original rags : piano solo. Three songs : for violin and baritone. Aldins, Peter, Untitled composition for brass quintet and vibraphone. Hawk song , volume New music, old music. Spirit journey : a jazz suite. Aldridge, Robert Livingston, Combo platter : for violin, Eb alto saxophone and marimba.

Ghosts : for string quartet. Kiss me, kiss me Parable of the blind. White light : for solo piano. Aldridge, Roger M. Buzzards in love. Hawk song , volume 3. Hawk song , volume 4. Hawk song , volume 5. Hawk song , volume 6. Hawk song , volume 7. Hawk song , volume 8. Hawk song , volume 9. Tofu roadkill and other delights. In the still, holy night. Alexander, Elizabeth, August Bells in winter : for brass and percussion. The exhortation of the dawn : for S.

Fractals : for bassoon and piano. Imaginary dances : for prepared piano, 4 hands. Quickening : for prepared piano. Shades of gray : for piano. So many corners : for soprano and orchestra. Songs of youth : for S. Three inventions : Synchromesh, prism, synchrotron : for solo piano. Three Rose Alexander songs : for soprano and strings, percussion, harp and piano. Trouble in a Minnesota town : for tenor and piano. We dare to celebrate : for 6-part mixed chorus and organ.

Alexander, Joe L. Affinities remembered. String trio. Two trios for violin, F horn and bassoon. Winter's last twilight. Alexander, Josef. Anacreon and Anacreontics : for voice and clarinet. The ancient mariner : for orchestra. Anyone lived in a pretty how town. Aspects of love : for voice, piano, flute, clarinet, bass cl.

Blessed be god. Burlesque and fugue : for trumpet and piano. Canticle of night : for voice and orchestra. Consecration : for mixed chorus, S. Dialogue spirituel.

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Dirge and dance ; for piano. Dithyrambe : bacchanalian dances for orchestra. Doina : Rumanian fantasy for orchestra. El Dorado : for mixed chorus S. Double heli x : basset horn and piano. Duo concertante : for trombone, strings and percussion. Dyad : for four tubas. Earth song : for mixed voices S. Eclogue and evolution : for organ. Everybody loved Chick Lorimer : for voice and piano. Five Christmas madrigals : for mixed voices, S. Five fables : for three instruments. Five fables : for three instruments, oboe, bassoon, piano.

Gently, Johnny, my jingalo. Gitanjali : song offerings for soprano, harpsichord and percussion. Hexagon : for wind quintet and piano. The horse thief : a musical dialogue for narrator and piano. Illuminations : for soprano and chamber ensemble. Incantations : for piano. How lovely in the light of evening : Brooklyn College song. A litany of thanksgiving : for mixed chorus and piano or organ. A litany of thanksgiving : for mixed chorus and organ.

Little suite : for piano. Love is a deep and a dark and a lonely : for voice, violin and piano. Monody : for flute. A New England overture. Nine new etudes : for piano. O sing unto the lord : general or festival anthem for S.