A compilation of women composer/performers on the chmafu nocords label that specializes in anti-specialization. On this CD there is a ten minute audio version of Utter.
Compositions by Sam Pluta
This digital download by Carrier Records includes the work Delay/Line for flute and electronics. “Delay/Line is a focused study on the effect of simple delays on a gradual glissando from the low to the high range of the flute. Simple in nature, but virtuosic to perform, Delay/Line is a testament to Anne LaBerge’s virtuosity as an electro-acoustic performer and improviser. Delay/Line was commissioned by the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition at Brigham Young University.”
Real time open ended improvisation on unfinished musical material through random choices for ensemble and electronics made up of fragmented gestures and shards of skeletal speech. Ensemble MAZE is performing the piece which was recorded live at Splendor in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Design by Isabelle Vigier. Available through Unsounds and the composer.
On December 17, 2015, Lisa Cay Miller gathered some of her Amsterdam colleagues for six hours of recording at Splendor Amsterdam to make this collection of brief improvisations.
Released March 2014 digitally and March 2016 as LP.
Two text/music pieces with bassist Joe Williamson that sound like odd radio plays with lots of ambiguities and unrestricted fantasy.
Memories of You No. 1 [14 Variations for J. C.] in memory of John Cage
1993, revised in 2010. A piece by Daniel Matej for voice, flute, accordion and cimbalom.
Things That A Mutant Needs To Know: More Short And Amazing Stories
Reinaldo Laddaga / Various Artists, curated by Laddaga and Unsounds. A collection of fifty-five short tales and fifty-five brief music pieces composed by a momentary collective of eighteen musicians and composers.
A memory stick with audio and video and card game by Shackle (Anne La Berge & Robert Van Heumen)
PRESENCE/ABSENCE, works by Sam Hayden
Speak, works by La Berge, 2011
As a performer using quartertone flute, amplified and processed, La Berge transforms the sound of her instrument and dramatically extends its musical potential. . . Her instrumental and electronic settings foreground phonic qualities, leaving words intact to deliver their semantic load. . . .La Berge’s work is a stimulating indication of what might be achieved when the written voice speaks. Julian Cowley, The Wire, July 2011
Het Apollohuis sound art
The Yasser Collection with Stephen Altoft 19-division trumpet
Anthology of Dutch Electronic Music 1999-2010
Gas Station Sessions with the Corkestra
Polisation with Lukas Niggli Big Zoom
Flock – Worm horspiel #7
Hyperamplified by Yannis Kyriakides on the album Antichamber
Rust Fungus with Lukas Simonis
Newly Refurbished and Tussock Moth by Apricot My Lady
Revamper performed by Katherine Kemler on her album Lipstick.
Very Slow Disco Suite by Guy de Biévre
(‘NIKABRIK’ OR ‘TRUMPKIN’?) by Daniel Matej on the album Schneller, Weiter, Höher
Bending the Tonic by Guy de Biévre
Rough Diamond performed by VerQuer on the album Flutes Unlimited
rasp/hasp Mix your Languages
Kraakgeluiden compilation CD
See the sound, hear the space at November Music
Living in Fire with John Fonville
Revamper performed by Theresa Beaman on the album Flute Moments
United Noise Toys with Gert Jan Prins
International live electronic music
Temporal details with John Fonville
Blow, Anne La Berge solo CD
Such pieces as this one [never again] have led some to call Anne La Berge the world’s first ‘heavy metal flutist’ – she is this, and much more. Internationl Women’s Music Journal
Works of Anthony Braxton with Ensemble Modern
Works of John Cage with the Barton Workshop
V’leem’shol for solo flute and 5 prerecorded flutes by Larry Polansky Centaur Records, 1991
Die Dreigroschenoper by Kurt Weill with Ensemble Modern, HK Gruber