DISCOGRAPHY


October, 2006: “Twenty-Four Interludes" for piano Vol. 2  (Op. 71, Nos. 13-24), performed by Gary Noland. Duration: 75 minutes. North Pacific Music (NPM LD 027).

 

February, 2006: “Twenty-Four Postludes for Piano” Vol. 2  (Op. 72, Nos. 13–24), performed by Gary Noland. Duration: 75 minutes. North Pacific Music (NPM LD 025).

 

January, 2006:  “Royal Oilworks Music” (electro-acoustic). Duration: ca. 75 minutes. Includes: “Prelude in E Minor” (Op. 34), “Serial Lullaby” (Op. 80, No. 1), “Spray Taint” (Op. 80, No. 2), “Dog Duo” (Op. 66), “Ragbones” (Op. 11), “Grey Malignant Banks” (Op. 80, No. 3) “My Babe’s Gone Down to Do Her Glue” (Op. 80, No. 4), “Royal Oilworks Music” (Op. 80, No. 5) “Prelude & Zootrot” (Op. 22), “Something Rotten” (Op. 80, No. 6) “Music is Dead” (Op. 53), “Dreadmill” (Op. 37), “Deformed Fugue” (Op. 17), “Insurrection of the Office Slaves” (Op. 80, No. 7), “Psycho-Bacchanal” (Op. 80, No. 8). North Pacific Music (NPM LD 024).

 

August, 2004:“Twenty-Four Postludes for Piano” Vol. 1 (Op. 72, Nos. 1–12), performed by Gary Noland. Duration: 72 minutes.  North Pacific Music (PO BOX 82627, Portland, Oregon  97282-0627, USA, tel/fax:  1-800-757-7384, www.NorthPacific Music.com (NPM LD  018).

 

August, 2004: “Twenty-Four Interludes for Piano” Vol. 1  (Op. 71, Nos. 1-12), performed by Gary Noland. Duration: 74 minutes. North Pacific Music (PO BOX 82627, Portland, Oregon 97282-0627, USA, tel/fax: 1-800-757-7384, www.NorthPacific Music.com (NPM  LD  019).

 

May, 2003: “Venge Art,  Fascicle #1,” Proem Part 1, Section 1 (Op. 39, Part 1), narrated and performed by Gary Noland. Duration:  74 minutes. This project has been postponed but is available from the composer on request.

 

March, 2003: MIDI Demo of the following pieces: “Access of Oil” for French Horn, violin, cello, piano, and percussion;  “Prelude & Zootrot” (Op. 22) for piano;  “Trio:  After Darconville” (Op. 52) for flute, viola, and cello;  “Andante in F Minor:  an Homage to Franz Schubert” (Op. 46) for piano 4-hands; “Women Who Cry Apples” (Op. 36), setting of six poems by Jonathan Swift for soprano, clarinet, violin, and piano; “Improvisation No. 1”, “Deformed Fugue” (Op. 17) for harpsichord; “Dog Duo” (Op. 66b) for clarinet and bassoon; “Ragbones” (Op. 11) for piano; “Treadmill” (Op. 37a) for clarinet and double bass;  “Music is Dead” (Op. 53) for SATB;  “Prelude in E Minor” (Op. 34) for harpsichord;  “Improvisation No. 2.”

 

July, 2002: “Gary Noland:  Selected Music from VENGE ART.”  Duration:  75 minutes. Cellist Hamilton Cheifitz and pianist Victor Steinhardt playing “Fantasy in E Minor” for cello & piano (Op. 24), pianist Randall Hodgkinson playing “Humoresque” for piano (Op. 3) and the “Russell Street Rag” (Op. 5), Gary Noland performing three segments of “P*rn*musik” (Op. 48), Violist Katherine Murdock and pianist Randall Hodgkinson playing “Romance” for viola & piano (Op. 10), a computer-driven Disklavier performance of “Grande Rag Brillante” (Op. 15), The Onyx String Quartet playing “Amerikan Bozo Dance” (Op. 32, No. 8), and Guy Tyler conducting “Septet” (Op. 43) with clarinetist Carol Robe, alto saxophonist Tom Bergeron, French hornist Ellen Campbell, violinists Tasana Nagavajara and Anthony Dyer, double-bassist Forrest Moyer, and pianist Art Maddox. Released by North Pacific Music (PO BOX 82627, Portland, Oregon  97282-0627, USA, tel/fax:  1-800-757-7384, www.NorthPacific Music.com (NPM  LD  012).

 

Summer, 2002: “Venge Art: Fascicle #7” for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 56). Gary Noland, narrator and pianist (unfinished).

 

May, 2000:  “Playerless Pianos: Virtual Music for Pianos Virtual and Otherwise.” Seventh Species Composers Series Debut Recording, Limited Collectors Edition (NPM LCE 007—North Pacific Music). Compilation recording of works by various composers. Includes Gary Noland’s “Grande Rag Brillante” (Op. 15), which was recorded August 19, 1998 on a Disklavier at SPARK Studios in Emeryville.

 

June 13th, 1999: “Venge Art: Fascicle #1” for narrator, musicians, actors, dancers, and culinary artists (Op. 39). Duration:  ca. 55 minutes. Live performance at Beall Hall, School of Music, University of Oregon. Art Maddox, narrator;  Dr. Box, urhu;  Timothy J. Mason, TV & vacuum cleaner;  Gary Noland, piano; Alan Phillips, banjo;  Peter Thomas, guitar and waterphone; Guy Tyler, double bass;  Terry Wergeland, accordion, trumpet, horn;  Geoff Wooden, electric guitar.  Not for release.

 

1996:  “Passion.” Compilation recording of works by composers Gary Noland, George Rochberg, Georges Enescu, Greg Steinke, and Jackie T. Gabel performed by violist Rozanna Weinberger and pianist Evelyne Luest. Includes Noland’s “Romance” for viola & piano (Op. 10).  (NPM LD 003—North Pacific Music).  Recorded September, 1994 at MET Studio Ball State University; Muncie, Indiana.  In Schwann Catalog.

 

OTHER RECORDINGS

 

January, 1988: “Six and a Half Pieces for Piano” (Op. 8). Randall Hodgkinson, piano. Made possible by a grant from the Burlington Willes Foundation. To be released on North Pacific Music.

 

September, 1987: “Viennese Nightmare Rag” (Op. 4). Steve Cosgrove, piano. Made possible by a grant from the Burlington Willes Foundation. KPFA studios, Berkeley, CA.