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  • richardmitnick 5:26 PM on October 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Innova Recordings, , University of St. Thomas (UST) Symphonic Wind Ensemble   

    From innova: “University of St. Thomas (UST) Symphonic Wind Ensemble ‘The Other Side’ “ 


    From Innova
    innova is the home for New Music in America

    innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

    http://www.innova.mu/
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    University of St. Thomas (UST) Symphonic Wind Ensemble
    The Other Side

    Composers: Luis Serrano Alarcon, Nigel Clarke, Kit Turnbull
    Performers: University of St Thomas Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Matthew George

    Catalog Number: #1 007
    Genre: new classical
    Collection: wind band

    Release Date:
    Feb 22, 2019

    Liner notes
    See the liner notes for the list of tracks.

    See the full article here .

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    The story of innova® Recordings begins in 1982, when it was founded by the Minnesota Composers Forum (now the American Composers Forum) as a way to document the McKnight Composer Fellowship winners. In its early years, innova produced several sampler LPs featuring the works of a range of Minnesota composers, many of whom have since achieved national prominence, including Eric Stokes, Libby Larsen, Paul Schoenfield, Steve Tibbetts, and Steven Paulus. With the advent of the compact disc, innova began releasing selected highlights from the top ensembles (the Dale Warland Singers, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Alexander String Quartet, and others) that had been on the Composers Forum concert seasons.

    Over its first ten years, innova built up a broad distribution network, far beyond the Forum’s own membership circles, and in 1994, the label — always looking for ways to be of service to the new music community — opened its doors to artists who had their own finished masters and were looking for a helping hand in reaching a wider audience. Thus was born the Recording Assistance Program, an exceptionally artist-friendly business model that has allowed the label to grow to one of the most substantial in the nation. In recognition of the career benefits innova can bestow on its artists, the McKnight Foundation endowed it with a $1 million fund in 2002. Interest from that allows the label to keep costs relatively low to artists (who also keep 100% of sales income) and subsidize administrative costs so each title can receive greater bang for the buck.

    In the last decade, the label’s catalog has grown from 70 to over 550 titles, with innova producing 24-30 releases a year encompassing diverse genres, concepts, and approaches — all somehow non-conformist, individualistic, and groundbreaking. Original works receiving their recording debuts (Joseph Bertolozzi’s Tower Music, Robert Moran’s Trinity Requiem, The Crossings’ Seven Responses, Kenji Bunch’s The Snow Queen) sit next to reissues of long out-of-print classics (Talking Drums’ Some Day Catch Some Day Down, William Bolcom’s Open House) and definitive career retrospectives (archives of recordings by Harry Partch and Henry Brant). Bold reimaginings of classics (Darryl Brenzel’s The Re(w)-Rite of Spring, Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble’s In C Remixed and Music for 18 Musicians) collide with expansive cultural time capsules (The NYFA Collection: 30 Years of New York New Music, Sonic Circuits Electronic Music Festival). Exploratory new music (Mari Kimura’s Voyage Apollonian, Maya Beiser’s Provenance and TranceClassical, and ETHEL’s Documerica) mingles with modern twists on traditional music (Arcomusical’s MeiaMeia, ETHEL’s The River, and Emanuele Arciuli’s Walk in Beauty) and hangs out with lo-fi garage pop (R. Stevie Moore’s Nevertheless Optimistic). Field recordings from Vietnam (Stilling Time), Cuba (Habanera), and Belize (Lebeha Boys) cohabit with career collections of music by PRISM Quartet, Zeitgeist, Society for New Music, Fred Ho, Mark Applebaum, Barry Schrader, Andrew Violette, Eleanor Hovda, Robert Moran, Steven Miller, and many more. Not only does innova march to the beat of a different drum (the non-profit, artist centered philosophy, in this case), but the different drummer herself (and not just Susie Ibarra) is likely on the roster of artists.

    innova albums and artists have been nominated for – and won – Pulitzers, Grammies, and Emmies. They have received plaudits from publications from the New York Times to Czech Republic’s His Voice magazine, from the Wire in London to the Los Angeles Times, Italy’s Kathodik and everywhere in between.

    Major grants over the years from the National Endowment for the Arts (2001, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2010) and the New York State Music Fund (2007) have boosted the label’s growth, reputation, and visibility. In 2009 innova partnered with Naxos USA distribution to expand its reach even further and is constantly adapting to changing needs and embracing new technologies. Philip Blackburn took over the directorship of the label from Homer Lambrecht in 1996 and has been joined by Chris Campbell (2003) as Operations Director, and Publicist, Tim Igel (2017-, taking the baton from Steve McPherson (2010-16)).

    In 2012 innova was awarded the prestigious Laurel Leaf Award from the American Composers Alliance “for its excellent support of the full range of contemporary American music.”

    John Schaefer


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  • richardmitnick 2:46 PM on October 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Collection: guitar, D. J. Sparr - Electric Bands, , Innova Recordings, , solo voice   

    From Innova: D. J. Sparr – Electric Bands 


    From Innova
    Innova is the home for New Music in America

    Innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

    http://www.innova.mu/
    http://composersforum.org/

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    Composers: D. J. Sparr
    Performers: D. J. Sparr, Kristina Bachrach, , Hajnal Kármán Pivnick, Brianna Matzke, Momenta Quartet, Karen Strittmatter Galvin
    Shawn Galvin, Kimberly Sparr, Jake Wenger, Mark Morton

    Catalog Number: #1 013
    Genre: new classical
    new music
    Collection: guitar, solo voice

    Release Date: Jan 25, 2019

    Liner Notes

    See the full article here .

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  • richardmitnick 4:10 PM on October 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Experimental improv, Innova Recordings, , , Paul Elwood "Emissions Transparents"'   

    From Innova: “Paul Elwood ‘Emissions Transparents'” 

    From Innova the home for New Music in America

    Innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

    http://www.innova.mu/
    http://composersforum.org/

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    Composers: Paul Elwood, Christian Wolff
    Performers: Paul Elwood, The Callithumpian Consort, Stephen Drury, Eddie Prevost, Iowa Percussion, Daniel Moore, Aly Olson, Rose Chancler, Cary Fridley

    Catalog Number: #1 005
    Genre: Experimental Jazz
    Collection: Americana improvisation

    Location: Marseille, France

    Release Date:
    Jan 25, 2019

    Liner notes

    See the full article here .


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  • richardmitnick 10:07 AM on September 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Innova Recordings, , , Of Radiance & Refraction   

    From Innova: “Of Radiance & Refraction” 


    From Innova
    Innova is the home for New Music in America

    Innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

    http://www.innova.mu/
    http://composersforum.org/

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    NOTUS
    Of Radiance & Refraction

    A shining debut
    Composers: Claude Baker, Sven-David Sandström, Dominick DiOrio, Igor Stravinsky, John Gibson, Aaron Travers
    Performers:
    NOTUS, Dominick DiOrio, Zorá String Quartet

    Catalog Number:
    #1 002
    Genre: new classical
    Collection: choral

    Release Date:
    Sep 28, 2018

    For tracks see the full article.

    NOTUS is one of the country’s most unique collegiate vocal ensembles, with a singular commitment to championing living composers through the commissioning, programming, and recording of new works. Directed by conductor-composer Dominick DiOrio, NOTUS has performed across the nation, from regional and national ACDA conferences to Carnegie Hall. In September of 2018, NOTUS released their first commercial album on the Innova label, NOTUS: Of Radiance and Refraction, which includes five world premiere recordings by IU faculty composers.

    Over the course of its history, NOTUS has delivered premiere or second performances of more than 150 new works in the choral repertoire. This includes recent commissions and premieres by Claude Baker, Don Freund, John Gibson, P.Q. Phan, Sven-David Sandström, Aaron Travers, and Zachary Wadsworth. NOTUS also regularly programs a rich and eclectic array of leading contemporary composers, such as Chen Yi, Eriks Esenvalds, Sofia Gubaidulina, Sydney Guillaume, Ted Hearne, James MacMillan, Nico Muhly, Tawnie Olson, Steve Reich, and Christopher Theofanidis, as well as music by their director. In 2013, the ensemble was honored to collaborate with Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw and guest conductor and former King’s Singer Simon Carrington

    NOTUS is proud to also shine a spotlight on the talent of Jacobs School of Music student composers through an annual contest for new choral works. Winning compositions receive premiere performances by NOTUS and help to launch national careers for their young composers, such as IU alumni Texu Kim, Christopher LaRosa, Matthew Recio, and Corey Rubin. In 2016, NOTUS member and IU student Alex Berko went on to be named the winner of the ACDA Raymond W. Brock Memorial Student Composition Prize.

    NOTUS was originally founded in 1980 as the Indiana University Contemporary Vocal Ensemble, and it was renamed in 2013 after the selection of its fourth director, Dominick DiOrio. The choir’s new name was inspired by Notos, the Greek god of the south wind. Previous directors include Alan Harler (1980-1981), Jan Harrington (1981-1992), and Carmen Helena Téllez (1992-2012).

    Liner notes

    See the full article here .

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  • richardmitnick 7:50 AM on September 21, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: "These Wicked Things", Americana indie, Beat Circus, Innova Recordings, ,   

    From Innova: “These Wicked Things” 

    From Innova the home for New Music in America

    Innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

    http://www.innova.mu/
    http://composersforum.org/

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    Beat Circus
    These Wicked Things
    Description:
    Weird American Gothic
    Composers: Brian Carpenter, Andrew Stern, Paul Dilley, Gavin McCarthy

    Performers: Beat Circus

    Brian Carpenter – vocals
    Andrew Stern – guitar
    Abigale Reisman – violin
    Emily Bookwalter – viola
    Dana Colley – bass saxophone
    Paul Dilley – double bass
    Gavin McCarthy – drums

    Catalog Number: #1 015
    Genre: new music
    Collection: Americana, indie
    singer-songwriter

    Release Date:
    Mar 22, 2019

    Liner Notes:
    View

    See the full article here .


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  • richardmitnick 2:40 PM on September 20, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Innova Recordings, Maithree: The Music of Friendship, , Nirmala Rajasekar   

    From Innova: “‘Maithree: The Music of Friendship'” 

    From Innova the home for New Music in America

    Innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

    http://www.innova.mu/
    http://composersforum.org/

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    RELEASE 26 October 2018

    Music forges strong bonds of camaraderie among its creators, performers, and listeners. Maithree: The Music of Friendship does exactly that in proposing a harmonious coexistence between players from different cultures who share a common global dream of enthusiastic diversity. As the album’s co-producer Gary Hines (leader of the Grammy-winning Sounds of Blackness) says:

    “These are more than just songs. They are a rhythmic, melodic & harmonic convergence of many diverse souls & spirits into one expressive creation. What comes from the heart reaches the heart. The Maithree experience makes our hearts beat together as one.”

    Maithree, the ensemble, was formed when Nirmala Rajasekar, Indian veena virtuoso, invited some friends to play music together. With visiting South Indian drum guru Boopathi, cellist Michelle Kinney, and brothers Pat (clarinet) and Tim O’Keefe (world percussion), this is Minnesota-grown idealism at its finest, where no barriers to musical or social concord get in the way. Maithree, the similarly-named album, features original music, along with new arrangements of Indian, Irish, and Turkish tunes. Maithree, the composition, was originally written for a 1966 concert at the United Nations, bringing a message of world peace and friendship across borders. What could be more timely?

    Maithree is a testament to Rajasekar’s belief in the power of the arts to build community — a message as important as it is joyful:

    Now, more than ever, we need music to bring us together, to remember what we have in common while celebrating what makes us different.

    Rajasekar has an international four-decade career as one of the leading veena players in the world. A trailblazer in the Carnatic tradition, she is an active collaborator. Her career highlights include the NAACP Image Award for World Music Album with Sounds of Blackness and a Carnegie Hall performance with Butterfly.

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  • richardmitnick 3:21 PM on September 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Donald Nally, Innova Recordings, Lansing McLoskey, , , Wole Soyinka, Zealot Canticles   

    From Innova: “Zealot Canticles By The Crossing” 

    From Innova the home for New Music in America

    Innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

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    Zealot Canticles By The Crossing
    Release 28 September 2018

    Lansing McLoskey’s Zealot Canticles is based on Wole Soyinka’s Twelve Canticles for the Zealot (2002) – a strangely beautiful and terrifying look into the minds of fanatics. Seven of these poems form the bulk of the libretto, interwoven with excerpts from Soyinka’s plays, interviews, lectures, and speeches; they reflect his upbringing in an environment of tolerance and condemn the current climate of intolerance, bigotry, and violence. The result is a concert-length choral ‘oratorio’ for clarinet, string quartet, and 24-voice choir, commissioned and performed by The Crossing, conducted by Donald Nally and winner of the 2018 Grammy Award for Best Choral Performance.

    Soyinka’s texts and McLoskey’s responses are universal pleas for peace and tolerance, yet they force us to look into the mirror and recognize the thin line between devotion and intolerance, zealotry and radicalism – themes that dominate our public discourse every day.

    Wole Soyinka (b. 1934) is a Nigerian poet, playwright, novelist, and recipient of the 1986 Nobel Prize for Literature, the first African recipient of the award. Throughout the set of canticles, Soyinka makes universal pleas for peace from multiple languages and religious cultures. Seven of these poems form the core of the libretto of Zealot Canticles. Interwoven with these poems are excerpts from Soyinka’s book The Man Died, his play Madmen and Specialists, and interviews, lectures, and speeches reflecting on his upbringing in an environment of tolerance, and condemning the current climate of intolerance, bigotry, and violence.

    Of the work, McLoskey says, “From the opening poem I couldn’t help but reflect upon the parallels between the delirium of the religious fanatic and the delirium of Soyinka himself during hunger fasts. Self-deprivation and hallucinations are not the sole prerogatives of the unjustly imprisoned, after all, but also common among zealots of another sort. Soyinka’s own renunciations of self, ‘I need nothing…I feel nothing… I desire nothing,’ are renunciations and exhortations echoed in ultra-devotees from Buddhist monks and Hindu ascetics to Christian hermits and the Taliban. Is there then not a thin line between extreme devotion – zealotry – and radicalism? And that line is both personal and public. The words of Wole Soyinka are not just generalizations or universal in nature, but specifically about us. Right here, right now.”

    Lansing McLoskey came to the world of composition via a somewhat unorthodox route. The proverbial “Three B’s” for him were not Bach, Beethoven and Brahms, but rather The Beatles, Bauhaus and Black Flag. His first experiences at writing music were not exercises in counterpoint, but as the guitarist and songwriter for punk rock bands in San Francisco in the early 1980’s.

    See the full article here .


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  • richardmitnick 3:29 PM on August 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Innova Recordings, , , Soaring through song, Stanley Grill   

    From Innova: “Stanley Grill – Rustling Flights of Wings” 

    From Innova the home for New Music in America

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    Description: Soaring through song
    Composers: Stanley Grill
    Performers: Nancy Allen Lundy, Stephen Gosling, Ralph Farris

    Genre: new classical
    Collection: solo voice, violin

    Catalog Number: #1 019
    Release Date:
    Nov 16, 2018

    Liner Notes:
    View

    See the full article here .


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  • richardmitnick 3:56 PM on August 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Innova Recordings, NOTUS - Of Radiance & Refraction   

    From Innova: ” NOTUS – Of Radiance & Refraction” 

    From Innova the home for New Music in America

    Innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

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    Composers: Claude Baker, Sven-David Sandström, Aaron Travers, John Gibson, Igor Stravinsky, Dominick DiOrio
    Performers: NOTUS, Zora String Quartet, Dominick DiOrio

    Catalog Number: #1 002
    Genre: new classical

    Release Date:
    Sep 28, 2018

    Liner Notes:
    View

    See the full article here .


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    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
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  • richardmitnick 3:04 PM on August 2, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Innova Recordings, Nirmala Rajasekar - Maithree   

    From Innova: ” Nirmala Rajasekar – Maithree” 

    From Innova the home for New Music in America

    Innova is the recording arm of American Composers Forum, St Paul Mn.

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    Nirmala Rajasekar
    Maithree

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    Composers: Turlough O’ Carolan, Nirmala Rajasekar, Thanjavur K. Murugaboopathi, Pat O’ Keefe, Vasant Desai, Haydar Tatlıyay, Sri Annamacharya, Michelle Kinney, Peter Linman

    Performers: Nirmala Rajasekar, Thanjavur K. Murugaboopathi, Michelle Kinney, Pat O’Keefe, Tim O’Keefe

    Catalog Number: #987
    Genre: world

    Release Date:
    Oct 26, 2018

    Liner Notes:
    View

    See the full article here .


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    For great Jazz

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    WPRB 103.3FM

    Dan Buskirk Spinning Jazz Mondays 11:00AM-1:00PM
    Will Constantine Jr, Blues Bop and Beyond Thursdays 11:00-2:00 featuring Latin Jazz
    Jerry Gordon Serenade to a Cookoo Frdays 11:00AM-2:00PM with Jerry’s Room at 1:00Pm
    Jeannie Becker Sunday Jazz 10:00AM-1:00Pm


    Please visit The Jazz Loft Project based on the work of Sam Stephenson
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