- A video of James Klopfleisch's Unplanned Listings.
- An audio file of a short electronic piece by David Feldman, written in and generated by a Postscript file, btw.
- An obstinancy of pieces by the well-grounded Jon Brenner.
- A piece in 7-limit Just Intonation (well, aiming for it) by Daniel Stearns.
- The first performance of Robert Erickson's Cardenitas '68, a scena for solo voice and small ensemble for which he built several of the instruments used — stone chimes, stroked metal rods, tube drums.
* I don't go out of my way for recordings, preferring live music, but recordings are almost unavoidable — they just show up, it seems, like door-to-door salespeople, missionaries, and those scented pine tree-shaped plastic things that hang in car windows — and of course they are useful, both for music intended idiomatically for recorded media as well as for documentary evidence (pharmikoi though they be) of events I cannot attend. And, at the moment, since my right forefinger is on holiday, recordings make up for some of my current awkwardnesses with my daily harpsichord or piano sight-readings