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Discography (Selected)

Ablinger, Peter. Der Regen, das Glas, das Lachen. Kairos. Austria. 2000. Compact disc.

Ellington, Duke. Don’t Get Around Much Anymore. Duke Elignton and His Famous Orchestra. Victor. Camden, N.J. 1943. LP.

Feldman, Morton. For Samuel Beckett. hatART. Switzerland. 1992. Compact disc.

Ferneyhough, Brian. Sonatas for String Quartet. Arditti Quartet. Aeon. 2014. Compact disc.

Finnissy, Michael. English Country Tunes. Michael Finnissy. Etcetera. Crochet Music. 1990. Compact disc.

Fox, Christopher.

Furrer, Beat. Still. Klangforum Wien, Peter Eötvös, Sylvain Cambreling. Kairos. Austria. 2000. Compact disc.18 

Grisey, Gérard. Vortex Temporum. Kwame Ryan. Ensemble Researche. Accord. Freiburg. 1996. Compact disc.

Jungala, Ida Widawati & Euis Komariah. Gamelan Degung – Classical Music of Sunda, West Java. Pan Records. 1996. Compact disc.

Kagel, Mauricio. Music for Renaissance Instruments. Armin Rosin. Collegium Instrumentale Brugense. 1998. Compact disc.

Sabat, Marc. Euler Lattice Spiral Scenery. Sonar Quartet. Mode records (pre-release copy). Berlin. 2012. Compact disc.

Various. Cameroon, Baka Pygmy Music. Auvidis, Unesco. France. 1990. Compact disc.

Various. Hungarian Folk Music 1 / Magyar Népzene 1 – The Ancient Strata / Régi Réteg. Qualiton. 1969. 1LP B6-B11. 

Various. Szatmari Dalok. Unknown performers. Youtube: Accessed: Feb, 2013. Online.

Xenakis, Iannis. Pléiades – Psappha. Kroumata Percussion Ensemble. Gert Mortensen. Bis. Sweden. 1990. Compact disc.

Zorn, John. Forbidden Fruit: Variations for Voice, Turntables, String Quartet. Spillane. Elektra Nonesuch. 1988. Compact disc.