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NASAR ABADEY, jazz percussion

  • Diamond in the Rough
    Nasar Abadey & Supernova: Nasar Abadey, drums ; Joe Ford, alto and soprano saxophone ; Gary Thomas, tenor sax ; Allyn Johnson, piano ; James King, bass ; Jamal Brown, flute ; Thad Wilson, trumpet ; Rashida Jolley, harp ; Kush Abadey, djembe ; Tom Teasley, percussion.
    CD 20614

JUDAH ADASHI, composition

MANUEL BARRUECO, guitar

STEVEN BARTA, clarinet

  • A dream within a dream / Charles Martin Loeffler
    In the 4th work: Edward Crafts, baritone ; Steven Barta, clarinet ; Noah Chaves, viola ; Noel Lester, piano: Rhapsodies : for voice, clarinet, viola, and piano. L'etang ; La cornemuse ; La villanelle du diable (21:31).
    L806.004 .A2 D74 CD

PAUL BOLLENBACK, jazz guitar

  • Brightness of being
    Paul Bollenback, guitars ; David "Fathead" Newman, tenor saxophone ; Gary Thomas, tenor saxophone ; Tim Garland, soprano & tenor saxophone ; James Genus, bass ; Terri-Lyne Carrington, Ari Honnig, drums ; Chris McNulty, voice.
    CD 22375
  • Invocation
    CD 21282

FRED BRONSTEIN, Incoming Dean

  • Spiral
    Chinary Ung. Synchronism no. 6 : for piano and electronic sounds / Mario Davidovsky. Trio in memoriam / Rand Steiger. Sonata for cello and piano / Miriam Gideon. Commedia / Martin Brody. Performed by Aequalis (Fred Bronstein, piano).
    A1.410 .A31 CD

RISA BROWDER, Baroque violin

PHYLLIS BRYN-JULSON, voice

  • Visage nuptial ; Le soliel des eaux ; Figures, doubles, prismes
    Phyllis Bryn-Julson, soprano ; Elizabeth Laurence, alto (in 1st work) ; BBC Singers (in 2nd work) ; BBC Symphony Orchestra ; Pierre Boulez, conductor.
    B78.540 .V5 B78 CD
  • The music of George Walker
    Phyllis Bryn-Julson, soprano (in 7th work) ; Gregory Walker, violin (in 4th work) ; GeorgeWalker, piano.
  • An Alice symphony
    Phyllis Bryn-Julson, soprano ; Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra ; Oliver Knussen, conductor.
    D377.211 .A4 B7 CD
  • Mystery: the songs of Lori Laitman
    Lauren Wagner, Phyllis Bryn-Julson, sopranos ; William Sharp, baritone ; Frederick Weldy, the composer, Seth Knopp, piano ; Thomas Kraines, violoncello ; Gary Louie, saxophone.
    CD 22648

JOE BURGSTALLER, trumpet

  • Mozart's blue dreams & other crossover fantasies
    Burgstaller Martignon 4 (Joe Burgstaller, trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet, cornet ; Hector Martignon, piano ; John Ferrari, drums, vibraphone ; Hans Glawischnig, contrabass, acoustic bass).
    CD 20989
  • Bach's secret files and more crossover fantasies
    Burgstaller Martignon 4 (Joe Burgstaller, trumpet, flugelhorn ; Hector Martignon, piano ; Hans Glawischniig, contrabass ; John Ferrari, drums, vibraphone, percussion) ; Brenda Feliciano, sorprano ; Samuel Torres, Latin percussion ; Michael Kennen, cello.
    CD 21186
  • License to thrill
    CD 1560

VICTORIA CHIANG, viola

EILEEN CORNETT, opera coach

  • Opus opera
    Da Camera Singers; Eileen Cornett, piano; Ernerst Liotti, conductor.
    A1.511 .D3 L5 CD

STANLEY CORNETT, voice

MARK CUDEK, Renaissance lute

ALAN FERBER, jazz trombone

MICHAEL FORMANEK, jazz bass

  • The rub and spare change
    Michael Formanek, double bass ; Tim Berne, alto saxophone ; Craig Taborn, piano ; Gerald Cleaver, drums.
    CD 20908
  • Small places
    Tim Berne, alto saxophone ; Craig Taborn, piano ; Michael Formanek, double bass ; Gerald Cleaver, drums, shruti box.
    CD 22843
  • Low profile
    Michael Formanek, bass ; Marty Ehrlich, reeds ; Tim Berne, saxes ; Dave Douglas, trumpet ; Ku-umba Frank Lacy, trombone ; Salvatore Bonafede, piano ; Marvin "Smitty" Smith, drums.
    CD 20907
 

RICHARD GIARUSSO, musicology

Cover Art
Unknown Schubert - edited by Barbara M. Reul and Lorraine Byrne Bodley
Call Number: ML410.S384 U55 2008
Chapter 2: "Beyond the Leiermann: disorder, reality, and the power of imagination in the final songs of Schubert's Winterreise," by Richard Giarusso.

DENYCE GRAVES, voice

  • An evening with Denyce Graves
    Interviewed by Angela Bassett.
    DVD 747
  • Voce di donna
    Denyce Graves, mezzo-soprano ; Müchner Rundfunkorchester ; Maurizio Barbacini, conductor.
    CD 21217
  • Rigoletto / Giuseppe Verdi
    Cheryl Studer ; Denyce Graves ; Luciano Pavarotti ; Vladimir Chernov ; Roberto Scandiuzzi ; Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus ; James Levine, conductor.
    CD 22684

JULIAN GRAY, guitar

MICHAEL HERSCH, composition

DAVID HILDEBRAND, musicology

 

ILDAR KHANNANOV, music theory

Cover Art
Sounding the Virtual: Gilles Deleuze and the Theory and Philosophy of Music - edited by Brian Hulse and Nick Nesbitt
Call Number: ML3800 .S68 2010
Chapter: "Line, Surface, Speed: Nomadic Features," by Ildar Khannanov.

 

GERALD KLICKSTEIN, music entrepreneurship

SETH KNOPP, chamber music

  • Excursions
    Shulamit Ran. Performed by Natasha Brofsky, violoncello ; Seth Knopp, piano ; Peabody Trio.
    R274.017 .F3 B76 CD
  • Beethoven trios, op. 70
    Performed by the Peabody Trio: Violaine Melançon, violin ; Natasha Brofsky, cello ; Seth Knopp, piano.
    B4.131 op.70/1 .P4 CD

PHILLIP KOLKER, bassoon

JOANN KULESZA, opera

  • Ophelia forever
    Chamber opera by Amy Beth Kirsten for 3 sopranos, 1 silent actor, 4-hands piano, off-stage oboe, and percussion. Produced as part of Peabody Opera Department's Opera Etudes program.
    DVD 836

GARY LOUIE, saxophone

  • Classic saxophone concertos
    Gary Louie, saxophone ; St. Petersburg State Academic Orchestra ; Vladimir Lande, conductor.
    CD 1298
  • Mystery : the songs of Lori Laitman
    Variously: Lauren Wagner, Phyllis Bryn-Julson, sopranos ; William Sharp, baritone ; Frederick Weldy, the composer, Seth Knopp, piano ; Thomas Kraines, violoncello ; Gary Louie, saxophone.
    CD 22648

ANTHONY MCGILL, clarinet

VIOLAINE MELANCON, violin

ROBERT MUCKENFUSS, vocal coach

ALEX NORRIS, jazz trumpet

  • A new beginning
    Alex Norris Quintet (Alex Norris, trumpet, flugelhorn ; Gregory Tardy, tenor saxophone ; George Colligan, piano ; Dwayne Burno, bass ; Joe Strasser (drums) ; Claudia Acuña, vocal (track 4 & 5).
    CD 20586

HARLAN PARKER, Peabody Wind Ensemble

BENJAMIN PASTERNACK, piano

ADAM PEARL, harpsichord

  • Orchestral works: Vol. 2
    Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra (Gwyn Roberts, Richard Stone, artistic directors ; Emlyn Ngai, concertmaster ; Adam Pearl, harpsichord).
    CD 1467 v. 2

AMIT PELED, cello

  • Casals Homage
    Amit Peled, cello ; Noreen Polera, piano
    CD 3694
  • Collage
    Works by Rachmaninoff, Tsintsadze, and Popper.
    CD 2763
  • Reflections
    Amit Peled, violoncello ; Peabody Symphony Orchestra ; Hajime Teri Murai, conductor (in 2nd work).
    CD 22252
  • The Jewish Soul
    Amit Peled, cello ; Eli Kalman, piano ; Yotam Baruch, DaVin Lee, Andrew Talle, Jong Bin Kim, cello (in 7th work).
    CD 823

MARINA PICCININI, flute

EDWARD POLOCHICK, Director of Choral Activities

  • A royal invitation
    Concert Artists of Baltimore ; Edward Polochick, conductor.
    M55.213 .R6 P64 CD

JOEL PUCKETT, music theory

KEVIN PUTS, composition

STEVEN RAINBOLT, voice

WILLIAM SHARP, voice

  • La vita nuova : Ghost dances ; Roman canticle
    Nicholas Maw, composer ; Camen Pelton, soprano ; William Sharp, baritone ; 20th Century Consort ; Christopher Kendall, conductor.
    M42.156 .G56 K4 CD
  • Mystery : the songs of Lori Laitman
    Variously: Lauren Wagner, Phyllis Bryn-Julson, sopranos ; William Sharp, baritone ; Frederick Weldy, the composer, Seth Knopp, piano ; Thomas Kraines, violoncello ; Gary Louie, saxophone.
    CD 22648

EMILY SKALA, flute

BORIS SLUTSKY, piano

DAVID SMOOKE, music theory

ALAN STEPANSKY, cello

  • Adagio for strings : Violin concerto ; Orchestral & chamber works
    Elmar Oliveira, violin ; Alan Stepansky, violoncello ; Israela Margalit, piano ; Jeanne Baxtresser, flute ; Joseph Robinson, oboe ; Stanley Drucker, clarinet ; Judith Le Clair, bassoon ; Philip Myers, French horn ; Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra ; Leonard Slatkin, conductor.
    B27.210 .A2 S4 CD
  • Chamber music for flute
    Alan Stepansky, cello (3rd work): Three watercolors for flute, cello and piano / Gaubert (16:02).
    CD 1441

RICHARD STONE, Baroque lute, theorbo

DONALD SUTHERLAND, organ

ANDREW TALLE, musicology

  • Sixthspecies
    Lansing McLoskey. Andrew Talle, violoncello (4th work).
    CD 22550
  • Bach & friends: a film by Michael R. Lawrence
    The first disc is a documentary film including interviews and performances by several musicians, musicologists, and researchers about Bach. The second disc consists of complete performances of Bach compositions from the film. Violin sonata no. 1, BWV 1001. Fugue / transcribed for lute (Manuel Barrueco, guitar). Fugue in D major, BWV 532 (Felix Hell). Commentary by Andrew Talle.
    A1.519 .B2 L3 DVD
  • J.S. Bach and His German Contemporaries - Andrew Talle (Editor)
    Chapter 3: "Bach, Graupner, and the rest of their contented contemporaries," by Andrew Talle.
    ML410.B118 B23 v.9
 

MARKAND THAKAR, conducting

GARY THOMAS, jazz saxophone

  • Exile's gate
    Gary Thomas, tenor saxophone, with (variously) Tim Murphy, Hammond organ; Paul Bollenback or Marvin Sewell, electric guitar; Jack DeJohnette or Terri Lyne Carrington, drums; Ed Howard, acoustic bass; Steve Moss, percussion.
    CD 21300
  • Code violations
    Gary Thomas & Seventh Quadrant (Gary Thomas, flute, tenor sax ; Paul Bollenback, guitar, synthesizer ; Tim Murphy, piano, keyboards ; Anthony Cox, bass ; Geoff Harper, bass ; Steve Williams, drums ; Dennis Chambers, drums).
    CD 21299
  • Pariah's pariah
    Gary Thomas: tenor saxophone, flute ; Greg Osby, alto saxophone ; Michael Formanek, acoustic bass ; John Arnold, drums.
    CD 21297

KENG-YUEN TSENG, violin

 

ELIZABETH TOLBERT, musicology

Cover Art
Language and Music as Cognitive Systems - Edited by Patrick Rebuschat, Martin Rohmeier, John Hawkins, and Ian Cross
Call Number: ML3849 .L25 2012
Chapter 13: "Ethnomusicological Perspective on Animal 'Music' and Human Music: The Paradox of 'the Paradox of Rhythm,'" by Elizabeth Tolbert.

ROBERT VAN SICE, percussion

  • Marimba concertos
    Robert Van Sice, marimba (1st-3rd works) ; RTE Symphony Orchestra, Dublin, Colman Pearce, conductor (1st) ; Claremont String Orchestra, Enrique Garcia Asencio, conductor (2nd) ; Collegium Instrumentale Brugense, Frank Nuyts, conductor (3rd).
    H8.036 op.211 .F35 CD
  • Village burial with fire : Spirit festival with lamentations
    Robert van Sice, marimba, percussion ; Percussive Rotterdam (Hans Leenders, Christian Leenders, Gerrit Nulens, Norman van Dartel).
    CD 22655
  • Japanese music for marimba
    Robert van Sice, marimba ; Ransom Wilson, flute ; Emmanuel Sejourne, vibraphone ; Miguel Bernat, marimba ; Allures Trio.
    CD 697

JEFFREY WEISNER, double bass

  • Neomonology
    New works for solo bass by composers Armando Bayolo, David Smooke, and Michael Hersch, all of which were written for Weisner.
    CD 22406

 

SUSAN WEISS, musicology

Cover Art
Cole Porter Companion - Don M. Randel (Editor); Matthew Shaftel (Editor); Susan Forscher Weiss (Editor)
Call Number: ML410.P844 C65 2016
ISBN: 9780252040092
Publication Date: 2016-06-15

Cover Art
Heinrich Glarean's Books: The Intellectual World of a Sixteenth-century Musical Humanist - Edited by Iain Fenlon and Inga Mai Groote
Call Number: ML423.G53 H45 2013
Chapter 13: "Evidence for Glarean's music lectures from his students' books: congruent annotations in the Epitome and the Dodekachordon," by Susan Weiss.

Cover Art
Music Education in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance - edited by Russell E. Murray, Jr., Susan Forscher Weiss, and Cynthia J. Cyrus
Call Number: MT1 .M98165 2010
ISBN: 0253354862
Chapter 11: "Vandals, students, or scholars? Handwritten clues in Renaissance music textbooks," by Susan Weiss.

LARRY WILLIAMS, horn

  • Daydreams, desires & diversions
    The Lyric Brass Quintet (Elisa Koehler, Jim Sherry, trumpet ; Larry Williams, horn ; Stan Wilkerson, trombone ; Andrew Spang, tuba).
    CD 1037
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