• 00:01 Gregorio Paniagua, ‘Anakrousis’, 1978
  • 00:04 Magnus Lindberg interview in New York (excerpt), 2010
  • 02:00 Henry Threadgill, “Airtime”, 1976
  • 02:45 Wendy Mae Chambers, “Sleigh Bells” (excerpt), probably 2000
  • 03:54 Mark Weber and Beth Custer, unknown title (excerpt), 2011
  • 04:38 György Ligeti, “Car Horn Prelude”, 1974-7
  • 05:50 Paul Steffler & Don Wherry, “The Matthew” (excerpt), 1997
  • 07:52 Yuliy Meitus, “Dnieper Water Power Station” (excerpt), 1930
  • 08:51 Hal Hutchinson, “Wreckage Installations and Metalworks”, 2014
  • 10:41 The Nihilist Spasm Band, “Oh Brian Dibb/Destroy the Nations Again” (excerpt), 1968
  • 12:22 György Ligeti, “Door Bell Prelude”, 1974-7
  • 13:04 Harry Partch, “Speaks” (excerpt), 1958
  • 14:34 The Shangri-Las, “Leader of the Pack” (excerpt), 1964
  • 16:48 Bill Milbrodt, “Interrupt” (excerpt), 2009
  • 17:43 Craig Richey, “Ode to the New Ford”, 2008
  • 18:38 Asphaltophone, “America the Beautiful”, 2015
  • 19:08 Barbara Benary, “Amtrack” (excerpt), 1997
  • 21:22 This Heat, “Metal” (excerpt), 1980
  • 22:28 Test Dept., “Statement” (excerpt), 1986
  • 24:10 Peter Griggs, “Solar Winds” (excerpt), 1979
  • 26:14 Raymond Scott, “Confusion Among a Fleet of Taxicabs Upon Meeting With a Fare” (excerpt), 1936
  • 27:26 Annie Gosfield, “EWA7 1999 - Impulse Turbine: Inlet, Exhaust-combustion Chamber” (excerpt), 1999
  • 28:49 Faust, “A Hard Rain” (excerpt), 2007
  • 30:26 Gregorio Paniagua, “Anakrousis”, 1978
11/02/2020 30' 27''

English

Curated by Chris Cutler

The PROBES AUXILIARIES dig deeper into the main programme topic but are also programmed for your ecstatic listening pleasure; so examples here are edited and sequenced and cut together on the wheels of steal; there’s no talking either (at least not by me), so you need to download the playlist to get the details, backstory and relevance of each of the pieces featured. This time we’re sending you a snapshot of a variety of integrated musical incorporations of car horns, auto-parts, doorbells, scrap metal, asphalt, foghorns and power tools, in the worlds of rock, pop, contemporary music, jazz and film scores.

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