tara
Kirsten Sturm – Hindemith Works For Organ
Bobo Stenson – War Orphans
Mike Nock – Ondas
Ólafur Arnalds – …And they have escaped the weight of darkness
Steve Reich – Pulse/Quartet
Steve Reich – Radio Rewrite
Steve Reich – Works: 1965-1995
Philip Glass – Mishima
Dublin Guitar Quartet – Performs Philip Glass
Philip Glass – String Quartets Nos.6 and 7
Philip Glass – Symphonies Nos.1-10 (Dennis Russell Davies)
Bruford – Seems Like a Lifetime Ago
Rale Micic, John Abercrombie, Peter Bernstein, Lage Lund – Inspired
Hans-Joachim Roedelius – Geschenk des Augenblicks [Gift of the Moment]
Jeroen Van Veen – Max Richter: Solo Piano Music
Kronos Qt – Henryk Górecki, String Quartet No.3

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Gilad Hekselman – Ask For Chaos
Abram Bezuijen – JS Bach – Goldberg Variations (Weener Organ)
Brian Eno and John Cale – Wrong Way Up
Marilyn Nonken, Morton Feldman – Triadic Memories
Aki Takahashi plays Morton Feldman
Morton Feldman – First Recordings: 1950s
Sonar – Vortex (Feat. David Torn)
Frank Kimbrough – Monk’s Dreams: The Complete Compositions Of Thelonious Sphere Monk
Marc Copland – Quartette Oblique
Steve Kuhn – Watch What Happens!
Joe Lovano & Dave Douglas – Scandal
R. Andrew Lee – Eva-Maria Houben – Piano Music
R. Andrew Lee – Jürg Frey Piano Music
Philip Glass and Lavinia Meijer Metamorphosis, The Hours
Hans-Joachim Roedelius – Selbstportrait III – Reise durch Arcadien
Hans-Joachim Roedelius – Flieg’ Vogel Fliege
Hans-Joachim Roedelius – Offene Türen
Hans-Joachim Roedelius – Wasser im Wind
Contact – Brian Eno: Discreet Music (transcription)
Kenny Wheeler – Kayak
Birth Control – Birth Control
Birth Control – Operation
Birth Control – Hoodoo Man
Birth Control – Hoodoo Man
Birth Control – Knock Knock. Who’s There

Roberto Donnini ‎– Tunedless
1980

A very obscure, Terry Riley inspired album, apparently the only thing Donnini recorded.

Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax] – Roberto Buoni (tracks: B), Sauro Alibisani (tracks: A)
Cello – Carlo Bonomi (2) (tracks: A), Mino Vis Mara (tracks: B)
Electric Piano [Armon], Harmonica [Hohner] – Roberto Donnini
Piano [Pianoforte] – Stefano Fiuizzi (tracks: B)
Producer [Production] – Lynx Records (5)
Recorded By – Maurizio Pieri
Sitar [Sitar Played With Bow] – Aldo De Bono (tracks: B)
Synthesizer [Synthi A (EMS-Datanomics)] – Maurizio Montini (tracks: A)
Technician [Electronic Advisor On Synthi A] – Albert Mayr (tracks: A)
Trombone – Michele Losappio (tracks: B)
Voice – Jacqueline Darby (tracks: B)

Roberto Donnini – “T” 1 A

Roberto Donnini – “T” 2 A

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