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A beat I created for "Die Faxmachine", a collaboration with composers Du Yun and Ken Ueno, who faxed in (to a live performance) a composition for flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, and electronics, interpreted on the spot by Mobtown Modern on 9…read more
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Rendition of the old spiritual, with melodica accompaniment.
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Jason Sloan and I recorded this track in March 2010 as an improvisation in preparation for our performances on The Vigil all-night music festival at MICA. Jason describes the session: "Erik and I come from very different backgrounds in our approach…read more
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Live performance from "Zodiacrobatic", Hybrid Groove Project's remix of "Tierkreis" (Zodiac) by Karlheinz Stockhausen. Brian Sacawa and I performed this, our version of Leo, on our Mobtown Modern series in May 2009. The complete "Zodiacrobatic…read more
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My contribution to Mobtown Modern's Project 20 Remix, incorporating samples from 20 Baltimore musicians: Karin Brown, viola; Dave Ballou, trumpet; Sam Burt, extended instruments; Audrey Chen, cello and voice; Will Redman, vibraphone; Shodekeh…read more
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A live improvisation on material drawn from an older composition of mine for solo guitar, "Gut Matrix". In this performance from a Purple City Players concert at Maryland Institute College of Art in November 2010, Ben Beirs played the live guitar…read more
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Remix of "Put A Nickel On My Door" by Oh My Goodness.
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Remix of "Put A Nickel On My Door" by Oh My Goodness.
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A meditative space for guitar, harp, vibraphone, english horn, french horn, viola, cello, and double bass, from my large work "Mandala of the Four Directions" (2004).
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I recorded this short solo vocal with a minidisc recorder while up in a tree. This is a one-take, one-track recording (with lots of delay added, to be sure). The bird you hear was actually accompanying me at the time. A later, expanded version…read more
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