Saturday, August 7, 2004, 8:00 pm
Community Music Center
544 Capp Street (between 20th and 21st in the Mission)
admission $10

An evening of classic minimalist and process compositions: Steve Reich's Pendulum Music reveals the musical complexity behind a simple system of swinging microphones. Alvin Lucier's Still and Moving Lines of Silence in Families of Hyperbolas maps the topography of the concert hall with mobile patterns of pure waves. Louis' Andriessen's Hoketus brings a gritty Dutch edge to pulsing minimalist rhythm. And Philip Glass' rarely heard early composition Two Pages presents an amplified circular-breathing tour de force.


Steve Reich / Pendulum Music [1968] for three or more microphones, amplifiers, loudspeakers, and performers
Philip Glass / Two Pages [1968]

Alvin Lucier / Still and Moving Lines of Silence in Families of Hyperbolas [1973-4] for electronics and percussion
Louis Andriessen / Hoketus [1975-7] for two groups of five instruments


David Bithell - trumpet/synthesizer
Christopher Burns - electronics
George Cremaschi - bass guitar
Tom Dambly - trumpet
Dina Emerson - voice
Matthew Goodheart - piano
Heather Heise - piano
Matt Ingalls - clarinet
John Ingle - saxophone
Christopher Jones - synthesizer
Stuart Langsam - percussion
Hadley McCarroll - synthesizer
Tim O'Keefe - percussion
Jon Raskin - saxophone
John Shiurba - bass guitar

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