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SCELSI: Pranam II... (Luca Pfaff) (Review by Robert Carl)

bass 

CAGE, JOHN: Aria with Fontana Mix. A Chant With Claps. Sonnekus². Eight Whiskus. A Flower. The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs. Nowth Upon Nacht. Experiences No. 2. Ryoanji (Review by Raymond Tuttle)

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CRUMB, GEORGE: Songs, Drones, and Refrains of Death (Review by Peter Burwasser)

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FELDER, DAVID: Shamayim (Review by Robert Carl)

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FELDER, DAVID: Shamayim (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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FELDER, DAVID: Shamayim (Review by Robert Carl)

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FELDER, DAVID: Shamayim (Review by Peter J. Rabinowitz)

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GUBAIDULINA, SOFIA: St. John Passion. St. John Easter (Review by Jerry Dubins)

bass 

HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Agrippina (Review by Nicholas Deutsch)

bass 

HANDEL, GEORGE FRIDERIC: Agrippina (Review by Nicholas Deutsch)

Claudio 

HENZE, HANS WERNER: El Cimarrón (Review by James H. North)

bass 

IVES, CHARLES: Songs (Review by James H. North)

bass 

IVES, CHARLES: Tom Sails Away. Ann Street. Thoreau. Maple Leaves. The Cage. 1,2,3. Evening. Serenity. The New River. The White Gulls. Slugging a Vampire. West London. Incantation. Charles Rutlage. Slow March. The Indians. Walt Whitman. Afterglow. His Exaltation. At the River. In the Mornin'. The Camp Meeting. The Circus Band. Paracelsus. Premonitions. On the Counter. A Sea Dirge. Like a Sick Eagle. Soliloquy'. Memories. The One Way. Remembrance. A Farewell to Land (Review by James H. North)

bass 

MEFANO: Micromégas (Review by Lynn René Bayley)

Micromégas 

SCELSI: Okanagon (Review by Mike Silverton)

bass 

SCELSI: Okanagon, for Harp, Double bass, and Tam-Tam. Uaknongan, for Double bass and Voice. Three Pieces, for Trombone. Wo Ma, for Bass Voice. C'est bien, la nuit, for Double bass. Le Réveil profond, for Double bass. Uaknongan, for Bb Bass Tuba. Et maintenant, c'est à vous à Jouer, for Cello and Double bass. Mantram, for Double bass (Review by Mike Silverton)

bass 

VARÈSE: Densité 21.5. Ionisation. Ecuatorial. Nocturnal. Intégrales. Déserts (Review by Christopher Abbot)

bass baritone 

WAGNER, SIEGFRIED: Der Kobold (Review by Colin Fleming)

der Graf 

WAGNER, SIEGFRIED: Der Kobold (Review by Christopher Williams)

der Graf 

 

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