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1187158_10151786542306668_1970653243_nrecent listening, some of what I heard:

Vic Juris – Free Admission
Gary Peacock and Marc Copland – Insight
Ralph Towner – Diary
John Abercrombie and Andy LaVerne – Natural Living
John Abercrombie and Andy LaVerne – Nosmo King
John Abercrombie and Andy LaVerne – Farewell
Elvin Jones – On the Mountain
Henry Brant – Orbitz, Hieroglyphics, Western Springs

SKIES, guitar tribute for Ornette music – Noel Akchote, Richard Bonnet, Guillermo Bazzola, David Paredes
Alexander String Quartet – Smetana – String quartet No. 1; Janacek – String quartet No. 1

A flood of organ trios..including:

  • Don Patterson – Why Not…
    Don Paterson – Movin’ – On Up
    Sonny Stitt – Made For Each Other

Many various versions of the Goldberg Variations by JS Bach.


Trevor Pinnock – JS Bach, Goldberg Variations

35113_1480656969481_340433_nNYPR Archives & Preservation
A Musical Tribute to Edgar Varèse, April 17, 1981

Don’t miss this…

Sep 9, 2014 · by Marcos Sueiro Bal and Alex Ambrose

In the archives world, sometimes the least expected finds are somehow the most rewarding. The satisfaction of unearthing a rare gem derives not from the serendipity (or luck) of it all, but rather from the feeling of having been working in your field long enough to have earned the reward –much like gold prospecting.

So it was in 2012, while transferring audio for Q2 Music’s collaboration with Carnegie Hall, American Mavericks. One of the requested items, stored in an offsite vault in New Jersey, was a set of three open reel tapes in boxes which were scarcely labeled as “Varèse 4/17/81.” After a quick turn in the oven (the tapes are of an era and type which require this special treatment), we put the tapes on the reel-to-reel machines. The barely-lebeled tapesBut wait: this crowd noise…this reaction… this sound… surely this was not a concert of classical music –much less of music by the notorious enfant terrible of the avant-garde, Edgard Varèse? Had a rock concert recording somehow been placed in the wrong tape box?

Further research was necessary. Was this… could this be… the legendary 1981 tribute to Varèse at New York City’s Palladium? The concert famously hosted by Frank Zappa (a longtime Varèse fanatic) and performed by Joel Thome’s Orchestra of Our Time, bootlegs of which had been circulating for decades?

Indeed it was: a complete, pristine recording of a remarkable show that has not been forgotten by those who participated or attended –a “curious but appropriate meeting of music and milieu,” as the New York Times put it (mildly). When else has there been a concert of decidedly uncompromising music been performed in a 3000-seat rock venue for an enthusiastic, young audience?

It is unclear how or why these tapes were recorded, but we are thrilled to present this concert in full

listen here

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