Bang on a Can: Live, Vol. 1

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All Music Guide - "Blue" Gene Tyranny
A collection of live performances from the annual new music festival in Manhattan -- includes: Alison Cameron "Two Bits," Bill Doerfeld "Evening Chant," Michael Gordon "Strange Quiet," Tom Johnson "Failing," Scott Lindroth "Relations to Rigor," Julia Wolfe "The Vermeer Room" and Evan Ziporyn "Luv Time."
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - "Blue" Gene Tyranny
A collection of live performances from the annual new music festival in Manhattan -- includes: Alison Cameron "Two Bits," Bill Doerfeld "Evening Chant," Michael Gordon "Strange Quiet," Tom Johnson "Failing," Scott Lindroth "Relations to Rigor," Julia Wolfe "The Vermeer Room" and Evan Ziporyn "Luv Time."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/12/1994
  • Label: COMPOSERS RECORDINGS
  • UPC: 090438062824
  • Catalog Number: 628

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael Gordon Keyboards, Performing Ensemble, Ensemble, Track Performer
Michael Pugliese Percussion
Allison Cameron Track Performer
Bian Bacon Viola
James Baker Marimbas
Michel Bettez Bassoon
Robert Black Bass, Narrator, Double Bass, Track Performer, String Bass, Spoken Word
Lise Bouchard Trumpet
Anna Cholakian Cello
Vincent Dhavenas Percussion
William Doerrfeld Sampling, Track Performer
Jacques Drouin Piano
Boo Elmer Trombone
John Ferrari Percussion
Normand Forget Oboe
Alain Giguère Violin
Laura Goldberg Violin
Rene Gosselin Bass
Julien Grégoire Percussion
Claude Hamel Violin
Daniel Kennedy Conductor
Ted Kuhn Violin
John Lad Viola
Claude Lamothe Cello
Kate Light Violin
Scott Lindroth Conductor
Bob Loughlin Electric Guitar
Rob McEwan Percussion
Jean Moncrieff Kempli
David Mott Baritone Saxophone
Toby Mountain Guest Appearance
Kathleen Nester Flute
Nouvel Ensemble Moderne Ensemble, Track Performer
Michiko Oshima Viola
Muneko Otani Violin
Francis Ouellet Horn
Elizabeth Panzer Harp
Guy Pelletier Flute
Karen Phenpimon Percussion
Gilles Plante Clarinet
Andrew Sterman Bass, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet
Alain Trudel Trombone
Danny Tunick Percussion
Lorraine Vaillancourt Conductor
Chris Vassillades Piano
Evan Ziporyn Bass Clarinet, Track Performer
Jim Baker Marimbas
Joel Gordon Guest Appearance
Gregoire Dhavernas Percussion
Julien Dhavernas Percussion
Dan Kennedy Conductor
Dan Kennedy Conductor
Christopher Vassiliades Piano
John van Buskirk Piano
Karl Parens Cello
Michael Gordon Philharmonic Conductor
Francis Ouelet French Horn
Muneko Otani Violin
Michiko Oshima Viola
Alain Giguere Violin
Michel Bettez Bassoon
Gilles Plante Clarinet
Karl Parens Cello
Guy Pelletier Flute
Claude Hamel Violin
René Gosselin Double Bass
Julien Gregoire Percussion
Laura Goldberg Violin
Lise Bouchard Trumpet
Jacques Drouin Piano
Brian Bacon Viola
Anna Cholakian Cello
Technical Credits
Tom Johnson Contributor
Michael Gordon Contributor
Natalie Budelis Engineer
Allison Chernow Producer
Joseph R. Dalton Executive Producer, Mastering, Managing Director
William Doerrfeld Contributor
Dan Dryden Engineer
Brian Karl Engineer
Connie Kieltyka Engineer
Scott Lindroth Contributor
David Meschter Engineer
Ilana Petzig Engineer
Jane Pipik Engineer
Gilles Plante Contributor
Miles Smith Engineer
Evan Ziporyn Contributor
Michael DeMark Engineer
Ellen Fitton Engineer, Mastering
Cecilia Smith Art Direction
David Lang Mastering
Julia Wolfe Contributor
Bang On A Can Producer, Engineer
Ilana Pelzig Engineer
Brian Conley Producer, Art Direction
Bob Bielecki Sound Design
Steve Cellum Director, Sound Design
Lauren Piperno Cover Photo
Stephen Shultis Engineer
Kyle Gann Liner Notes, Author
Carol Martino Engineer
Spyder Blue Rider Engineer
Cecelia Smith Art Direction
Robert Bielecki Sound Design
Stephen Cellum Sound Design
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