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JOHN ADAMS

COLLECTED WORKS

NONESUCH



39cd + blu-ray boxset

Released: 24th Jun 2022

£151.99


Nonesuch Records releases the forty-disc John Adams Collected Works, a box set featuring recordings spanning more than four decades of the composer’s career with the label.

The release includes two extensive booklets containing new essays and notes by Timo Andres, Julia Bullock, Robert Hurwitz, Nico Muhly, and Jake Wilder-Smith. Nonesuch made its first record with John Adams in 1985. He was signed exclusively to the label that year, and since then the company has released forty-two first recordings and thirty-one all-Adams albums, of which six are full-length operas, oratorios, or staged theatrical presentations. Four of Adams’ Nonesuch records have won Grammy Awards, among other honours. “John Adams coming to the label was one of the central events in our company’s history,” says Robert Hurwitz, Nonesuch’s longtime President and current Chairman Emeritus. “The idea of a label recording all of the works of its most cherished composers had been long established in the classical record business, most notably the efforts of Columbia with Stravinsky, Decca with Britten, and Deutsche Grammophon with Stockhausen. “While most of Columbia’s Stravinsky recordings were made decades after the works’ premieres, and many of the admirable Decca Britten recordings came after his death, this Nonesuch collection is unique in the sense that the recordings were done in real time, mostly within a few months of a piece’s first performance. Every recording was either conducted by John, or made under close supervision of the composer, who was in the control booth for every album – when he wasn’t on the podium.” Hurwitz continues: “As the record business changed, we realised the urgency of preserving this amazing accomplishment in a physical form; the music’s importance to our culture cannot be underestimated and the idea of much of it only being available digitally in the future was difficult to imagine. “In making the box we left a little extra space, since Nonesuch plans to continue recording John’s work.” John Adams occupies a unique position in the world of music. Long embraced by the world’s leading orchestras and conductors, instrumental soloists and singers, choreographers and opera directors, his works are among the most performed of all contemporary classical music. Early in his career, Adams was composer-in-residence of the San Francisco Symphony (1982-85), and creator of the orchestra’s highly successful and controversial New and Unusual Music series. Many of his landmark orchestral works were written for and premiered by the San Francisco Symphony, including Harmonium (1981), Grand Pianola Music (1982), Harmonielehre (1985), and Absolute Jest (2012). In 1985, Adams began a collaboration with stage director Peter Sellars that has resulted in more than three decades of groundbreaking operas and oratorios: Nixon in China (1987) and The Death of Klinghoffer (1991), both to libretti by Alice Goodman; El Niño (2000), Doctor Atomic (2005); A Flowering Tree (2006); The Gospel According to the Other Mary (2012); and Girls of the Golden West (2017). Since 2009 Adams has held the position of Creative Chair with the Los Angeles Philharmonic where he has been instrumental in the success of that orchestra’s highly creative Green Umbrella new music series. Adams also has become a significant mentor of the younger generation of American composers. In his liner note, Adams’ label mate, composer and pianist Timo Andres, says: “I don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that when Road Movies was dropped into my lap as a college freshman, it triggered a chain reaction that led me where I am now… John’s music has been such a constant in my life that it’s reached a base level of my consciousness – it’s part of the way I hear all music now.” This year launched with a major focus on Adams’ music in Zürich with the Tonhalle Orchestra, from January to March. Orchestras around the world will likewise present major performances of his works including Cincinnati Symphony, NDR Elbphilharmonie, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Budapest Festival Orchestra. This spring, Adams’ piano concerto Must the Devil Have All the Good Tunes? tours to orchestras around the world: Seattle, St. Louis, Cleveland, Zürich, Iceland, Gothenburg, and San Francisco; Adams conducted a performance of it by the Cleveland Orchestra and Jeremy Denk earlier this year. In September 2022, Adams’s new opera Antony & Cleopatra will open the San Francisco Opera’s centennial season. Nonesuch Records has historically had close relationships with modern composers. During the years of Tracey Sterne, the label made multiple recordings of Elliott Carter, George Crumb, Charles Wuorinen, and William Bolcom. Since 1985, Nonesuch has made multiple recordings of works by Philip Glass, Stephen Sondheim, Laurie Anderson, Caroline Shaw, Louis Andriessen, John Zorn, Adam Guettel, Henryk Górecki, Timo Andres, Nico Muhly, and Donnacha Dennehy. For Steve Reich, like John Adams, Nonesuch has recorded every new piece of his music since 1985 and will also release a collection of his complete works – in 2023. While Nonesuch recordings comprise thirty-five of the forty discs in Collected Works, the set also includes recordings from other labels, including: the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s recordings of The Gospel According to the Other Mary and Must the Devil Have All the Good Tunes?, with Yuja Wang, on Deutsche Grammophon; a recording by Christina and Michelle Naughton of Roll Over Beethoven on Warner Classics; and the San Francisco Symphony’s recordings of Absolute Jest and Grand Pianola Music. The Berlin Philharmonic’s recording of Harmonielehre, conducted by Adams, is the final CD in the set, serving as the bookend to the piece’s first recording, by the San Francisco Symphony led by Edo de Waart on Nonesuch that is the first disc of the set.

COLLECTED WORKS

Tracklist

Disc 1 – Harmonielehre

1.           Harmonielehre: Pt. I

2.           Harmonielehre: Pt. II the Anfortas Wound

3.           Harmonielehre: Pt. III Meister Eckhardt and Quackie

 

Disc 2 – The Chairman Dances

1.           The Chairman Dances (Foxtrot for Orchestra)

2.           Christian Zeal and Activity

3.           Two Fanfares for Orchestra: Tromba Lontana

4.           Two Fanfares for Orchestra: Short Ride in a Fast Machine

5.           Common Tones in Simple Time

 

Disc 3 – Nixon In China

1.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 1 - (Beginning)

2.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 1 - "Soldiers of Heaven Hold the Sky"

3.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 1 - "The People Are the Heroes Now"

4.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 1 - Landing of the Spirit of '76

5.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 1 - "Your Flight Was Smooth, I Hope?"

6.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 1 - "News Has a Kind of Mystery:"

7.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 2 - (Beginning)

8.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 2 - "You Know We'll Meet with Your Confrere The Democratic Candidate

9.           Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 2 - "You've Said That There's a Certain Well-known Tree"

10.         Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 2 - "Founders Came First, then Profiteers."

11.         Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 2 - "We No Longer Need Confucius."

12.         Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 2 - "Like the Ming Tombs."

13.         Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 3 - (Beginning)

14.         Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 3 - Ladies and Gentlemen, Comrades and Friends

15.         Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 3 - Mr. Premier, Distinguished Guests

16.         Nixon in China: Act I, Scene 3 - Cheers

 

Disc 4 – Nixon In China

1.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 1 - (Beginning)

2.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 1 - "Look Down at the Earth,"

3.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 1 - "This Is Prophetic!"

4.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 1 - "At Least the Weather's Warming up."

5.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 2 - (Beginning)

6.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 2 - "Oh What a Day I Thought I'd Die!"

7.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 2 - "Whip Her to Death!"

8.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 2 - Tropical Storm

9.           Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 2 - "Flesh Rebels"

10.         Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 2 - "I Have My Brief"

11.         Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 2 - "It Seems so Strange"

12.         Nixon in China: Act II, Scene 2 - "I Am the Wife of Mao Tse-tung"

 

Disc 5 – Nixon In China

1.           Adams: Nixon in China: Act III - (Beginning)

2.           Nixon in China: Act III - "Some Men You Cannot Satisfy."

3.           Nixon in China: Act III - "I Am No One."

4.           Nixon in China: Act III - The Maos Dance

5.           Nixon in China: Act III - "Sitting around the Radio"

6.           Nixon in China: Act III - "Let Us Examine What You Did."

7.           Nixon in China: Act III - "When I Woke up I Dimly Realized the Jap Bombers Had Given Us a"

8.           Nixon in China: Act III - "I Have No Offspring."

9.           Nixon in China: Act III - "I Can keep Still,"

10.         Nixon in China: Act III - "After that the Sweat Had Soaked My Uniform"

11.         Nixon in China: Act III - "Peking Watches the Stars,"

12.         Nixon in China: Act III - "You Won at Poker."

13.         Nixon in China: Act III - "I Am Old and I Cannot Sleep"

 

Disc 6 – Nixon In China [Blu-ray]

1.           Opening Credits and Introduction by Thomas Hampson

2.           Introduction

3.           Soldiers of heaven hold the sky

4.           The people are the heroes now

5.           Your flight was smooth, I hope?

6.           News, News, News, News

7.           The rats begin to chew the sheets.

8.           I can't talk very well

9.           You've said that there's a certain well-known tree

10.         Founders come first

11.         The world to come has come

12.         We no longer need Confucius

13.         Like the Ming Tombs

14.         The night is young

15.         Gam bei! Gam bei!

16.         Ladies and gentlemen

17.         Mr. Premier, distinguished guests

18.         Thomas Hampson interview with James Maddalena and Janis Kelly

19.         Thomas Hampson interview with Peter Sellars

20.         Thomas Hampson interview with Winston Lord and Adrianne Lobel

21.         Thomas Hampson interview with John Adams

22.         I don't daydream and don't look back

23.         Look down, look down

24.         This little elephant in glass

25.         Look down, look down

26.         Come, come see the pigs

27.         This is prophetic!

28.         At last the weather's warming up

29.         Young as we are

30.         Oh what a day I thought I'd die!

31.         Thank God you came

32.         Ballet pas de deux

33.         Flesh rebels

34.         I have my brief

35.         I am the wife of Mao Tse-tung

36.         Thomas Hampson interview with Russell Braun and Richard Paul Fink

37.         Some men you cannot satisfy

38.         Hit it, boys

39.         And to what end?

40.         Sitting around the radio

41.         When I woke up

42.         I can keep still

43.         Peking watches the stars

44.         You won at poker

45.         I am old and cannot sleep forever

46.         Bows and Closing Credits

 

Disc 7 – The Wound-Dresser/Fearful Symmetries

1.           The Wound-Dresser

2.           Fearful Symmetries

 

Disc 8 – American Elegies

1.           Charles Ives (1874-1954): The Unanswered Question (Late Version)

2.           Charles Ives (1874-1954): Five Songs – Thoreau

3.           Charles Ives (1874-1954): Five Songs - Down East

4.           Charles Ives (1874-1954): Five Songs - Cradle Song

5.           Charles Ives (1874-1954): Five Songs - At The River

6.           Charles Ives (1874-1954): Five Songs – Serenity

7.           Ingram Marshall (b. 1942) Fog Tropes

8.           Morton Feldman (1926-1987): Madame Press Died Last Week At Ninety

9.           John Adams (b. 1947): Eros Piano

10.         David Diamond (b. 1915): Elegy In Memory Of Maurice Ravel

 

Disc 9 – The Death of Klinghoffer

1.           Prologue: Chorus of Exiled Palestinians

2.           Prologue: Chorus of Exiled Jews

3.           Act 1, Scene 1: The Captain: "It was just after one fifteen"

4.           Act 1, Scene 1: Swiss Grandmother: "My Grandson Didi, who was two"

5.           Act 1, Scene 1: Molqui: "Give these orders"

6.           Act 1, Scene 1: Swiss Grandmother: "So I said to my grandson"

7.           Act 1, Scene 1: Mamoud: "We are sorry for you"

8.           Act 1, Scene 1: Ocean Chorus

9.           Act 1, Scene 2: Mamoud: "Now it is night"

10.         Act 1, Scene 2: The Captain: "I think if you could talk like this"

11.         Act 1, Scene 2: The Captain: "I have often reflected that this is no ship"

12.         Act 1, Scene 2: Austrian Woman: "I kept my distance"

13.         Act 1, Scene 2: Mamoud: "Those birds flying above us"

14.         Act 1, Scene 2: Night Chorus

 

Disc 10 – The Death of Klinghoffer

1.           Act II: Hagar Chorus

2.           Act II, Scene 1: Molqi: "Come here. Look."

3.           Act II, Scene I: Leon Klinghoffer: "I've never been a violent man"

4.           Act II, Scene I: Rambo: "You are always complaining of your suffering"

5.           Act II, Scene I: British Dancing Girl: "I must have been hysterical"

6.           Act II, Scene I: Omar: "It is as if our earthly life were spent miserably"

7.           Act II, Scene 1: Desert Chorus

8.           Act II, Scene 2: Marilyn Klinghoffer: "My one consolation"

9.           Act II, Scene 2: Klinghoffer's death

10.         Act II, Scene 2: Mamoud: "Every fifteen minutes, one more will be shot"

11.         Act II, Scene 2: Aria of the Falling Body (Gymnopedie)

12.         Act II, Scene 2: Day Chorus

13.         Act II, Scene 3: The Captain: "Mrs. Klinghoffer, please sit down."

14.         Act II, Scene 3: Marilyn Klinghoffer: "You embraced them!"

 

 

 

Disc 11 – Hoodoo Zephyr

1.           A Coast

2.           Disappointment Lake

3.           Tourist Song

4.           Tundra

5.           Bump

6.           Cerulean

7.           Hoodoo Zephyr

 

Disc 12 – Chamber Symphony / Grand Pianola Music

1.           Chamber Symphony: Movement I - Mongrel Airs

2.           Chamber Symphony: Aria with Walking Bass

3.           Chamber Symphony: Roadrunner

4.           Grand Pianola Music: Pt. IA

5.           Grand Pianola Music: Pt. IB

6.           Grand Pianola Music: On the Great Divide

 

Disc 13 – Violin Concerto / Shaker Loops

1.           Violin Concerto: I. = 78

2.           Violin Concerto: II. Chaconne - "Body through which the dream flows"

3.           Violin Concerto: Movement III – Toccare

4.           Shaker Loops: Pt. I, Shaking and Trembling

5.           Shaker Loops: II. Hymning Slews

6.           Shaker Loops: III. Loops and Verses

7.           Shaker Loops: IV. A Final Shaking

 

Disc 14 – El Dorado / Berceuse élégiaque / The Black Gondola

1.           El Dorado: Pt. I. A Dream of Gold

2.           El Dorado: Pt. II. Soledades

3.           Berceuse elegiaque (des Mannes Wiegenlied am Sarge seiner Mutter)

4.           The Black Gondola

 

Disc 15 – John’s Book Of Alleged Dances / Gnarly Buttons

1.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Judah to Ocean

2.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Toot Nipple

3.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Dogjam

4.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Pavane - She's So Fine

5.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Rag the Bone

6.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Habanera

7.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Stubble Crotchet

8.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Hammer and Chisel

9.           John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Alligator Escalator

10.         John's Book Of Alleged Dances - Standchen: The Little Serenade

11.         John's Book Of Alleged Dances: Judah to Ocean (reprise)

12.         Gnarly Buttons: The Perilous Shore

13.         Hoe-down (Mad Cow)

14.         Gnarly Buttons: Movement III - Put Your Loving Arms Around Me

 

Disc 16 – I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky

1.           Ensemble - I was Looking at the Ceiling and then I Saw the Sky

2.           A Sermon on Romance

3.           Consuelo's Dream

4.           Mike's Song about Arresting a Particular Individual

5.           Tiffany's Solo

6.           Song About The On-Site Altercation

7.           Song About The Bad Boys And The News

8.           Your Honor My Client He's A Young Black Man

9.           Leila's song: Alone (Again or at Last)

10.         Three Weeks and I'm Still Outta My Mind

11.         Crushed by the Rock I Been Standing On

12.         Dewain's Song of Liberation and Surprise

13.         ¡Este Pais! / This Country

14.         One Last Look at the Angel in your Eyes

15.         Finale

 

Disc 17 – Harmonium / The Klinghoffer Choruses

1.           Harmonium: Negative Love

2.           Harmonium: Because I Could Not Stop for Death

3.           Harmonium: Pt. III, Wild Nights

4.           Prologue: Chorus of Exiled Palestinians

5.           Prologue: Chorus of Exiled Jews

6.           Act 1, Scene 1: Ocean Chorus

7.           Act 1, Scene 2: Night Chorus

8.           Act II: Hagar Chorus

9.           Act II, Scene 1: Desert Chorus

10.         Act II, Scene 2: Day Chorus

 

Disc 18 – Century Rolls / Lollapalooza / Slonimsky’s Earbox

1.           Century Rolls: I. First Movement

2.           Century Rolls: II. Manny's Gym

3.           Century Rolls: III. Hail Bop

4.           Lollapalooza

5.           Slonimsky's Earbox

 

Disc 19 – El Niño

1.           El Niño: I Sing of a Maiden

2.           El Niño: Hail Mary, Gracious!

3.           El Niño: La Annunciacion

4.           El Niño: For with God Nothing Shall Be Impossible

5.           El Niño: The Babe Leaped in Her Womb

6.           El Niño: Magnificat

7.           El Niño: Now She Was Sixteen Years Old

8.           El Niño: Joseph's Dream

9.           El Niño: Shake the Heavens

10.         El Niño: Se Habla De Gabriel

11.         El Niño: The Christmas Star

 

Disc 20 – El Niño

1.           El Niño: Pues Mi Dios Ha Nacido A Penar

2.           El Niño: When Herod Heard

3.           El Niño: Woe Unto Them That Call Evil Good

4.           El Niño: And the Star Went Before Them

5.           El Niño: The Three Kings

6.           El Niño: And When They Were Departed

7.           El Niño: Dawn Air

8.           El Niño: And He Slew All the Children

9.           El Niño: Memorial Del Tlateloloco

10.         El Niño: In the Day of the Great Slaughter

11.         El Niño: Pues Esta Tiritando

12.         El Niño: Jesus and the Dragons

13.         El Niño: A Palm Tree

 

 

 

Disc 21 – Naïve and Sentimental Music

1.           Naïve and Sentimental Music: I. Naive and Sentimental Music

2.           Naïve and Sentimental Music: II. Mother of the Man

3.           Naive and Sentimental Music: Pt. III - Chain to the Rhythm

 

Disc 22 – Road Movies

1.           Road Movies: I. Relaxed Groove

2.           Road Movies: II. Meditative

3.           Road Movies: III. 40% Swing

4.           Hallelujah Junction: 1st Movement

5.           Hallelujah Junction: 2nd Movement

6.           Hallelujah Junction: 3rd Movement

7.           China Gates

8.           American Berserk

9.           Phrygian Gates, Pt. 1

10.         Phrygian Gates, Pt. 2 (A System of Weights and Measures)

11.         Phrygian Gates, Pt. 3

 

Disc 23 – On the Transmigration of Souls

1.           On the Transmigration of Souls

 

Disc 24 – The Dharma at Big Sur

1.           The Dharma at Big Sur, Pt. I: A New Day

2.           The Dharma at Big Sur, Pt. II: Sri Moonshine

 

Disc 25 – My Father Knew Charles Ives

1.           My Father Knew Charles Ives: I. Concord

2.           My Father Knew Charles Ives: II. The Lake

3.           My Father Knew Charles Ives: III. The Mountain

 

Disc 26 – A Flowering Tree

1.           A Flowering Tree, Act I Scene 1

2.           A Flowering Tree, Act I: One Morning

3.           A Flowering Tree, Act I: Kumudha's Prayer

4.           A Flowering Tree, Act I Scene 2: Flores Chorus

5.           A Flowering Tree, Act I: Kumudha and Her Sister

6.           A Flowering Tree, Act I Scene 3: Audience with the King

7.           A Flowering Tree, Act I: Mamá Mamá, ¿Por qué nos pegas?

8.           A Flowering Tree, Act I Scene 4: The Wedding

9.           A Flowering Tree, Act I: They Brought Her to Me

10.         A Flowering Tree, Act I: Bride and Groom

11.         A Flowering Tree, Act I: The Bride Sunk Her Face

 

Disc 27 – A Flowering Tree

1.           A Flowering Tree, Act II Scene 1

2.           A Flowering Tree, Act II: "You Are Cruel"

3.           A Flowering Tree, Act II: "Kumudha Once More"

4.           A Flowering Tree, Act II: "Days Passed"

5.           A Flowering Tree, Act II Scene 3: Before I Laughed with Him Nightly

6.           A Flowering Tree, Act II Scene 4: Kumudha and the Beggar Minstrels

7.           A Flowering Tree, Act II: We Had All But Forgotten You, Prince

8.           A Flowering Tree, Act II: The Prince Recognizes Kumudha

9.           A Flowering Tree, Act II: Kumudha's Final Transformation

Disc 28 – Doctor Atomic Symphony / Guide to Strange Places

1.           Doctor Atomic Symphony: I. The Laboratory

2.           Doctor Atomic Symphony: II. Panic

3.           Doctor Atomic Symphony: III. Trinity

4.           Guide to Strange Places

 

Disc 29 – Son of Chamber Symphony / First Quartet

1.           Son of Chamber Symphony I

2.           Son of Chamber Symphony II

3.           Son of Chamber Symphony III

4.           String Quartet I

5.           String Quartet II

 

Disc 30 – The Gospel According to the Other Mary

1.           The Next Day In The City Jail [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 1 - Jail / House Of Hospitality]

2.           Now A Certain Woman Named Martha [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 1 - Jail / House Of Hospitality]

3.           And She Had A Sister Named Mary [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 2 - Mary]

4.           I Am Surprised That I Am Beginning To Pray Daily [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 2 - Mary]

5.           En un día de amor yo bajé hasta la tierra [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 2 - Mary]

6.           Now A Certain Man Was Sick [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

7.           Lazarus Dies While The Sisters Await Jesus [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

8.           Why Standest Thou Afar Off, O Lord? [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

9.           In My Own Quietly Explosive Here [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

10.         Don’t Touch My Left Arm [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

11.         When Mary Was Come Where Jesus Was [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

12.         Jesus Said, Take Ye Away The Stone [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

13.         And When He Thus Had Spoken [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

14.         Drop Down, Ye Heavens, From Above [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 3 - Lazarus]

15.         Then Jesus Six Days Before The Passover [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 4 - Supper At Bethany]

16.         For The Grave Cannot Praise Thee [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 4 - Supper At Bethany]

17.         Then Took Mary A Pound Of Ointment [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 4 - Supper At Bethany]

18.         And There Were Some That Had Indignation [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 5 - Passover]

19.         We Know There Will Be No Utopias [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 5 - Passover]

20.         Tell Me: How Is This Night Different [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 1 / Scene 5 - Passover]

 

Disc 31 – The Gospel According to the Other Mary

1.           Who Rips His Own Flesh Down The Seams [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2]

2.           Martha And Mary, Not Knowing [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 1 – Police Raid]

3.           Instrumental Introduction [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 2 - Arrest Of The Women]

4.           Up At Two A.M., Picketed All Day [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 2 – Arrest Of The Women]

5.           The Said Defendants [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 2 - Arrest Of The Women]

6.           Jesús, incomparable perdonador de injurias [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 2 - Arrest Of The Women]

7.           And They Were Come Unto A Place Called Golgotha [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 3 - Golgotha]

8.           Daughters Of Jerusalem, Weep Not For Me [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 3 - Golgotha]

9.           Now There Stood By The Cross Of Jesus" [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 3 - Golgotha]

10.         When Jesus Saw His Mother [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 3 - Golgotha]

11.         When The Rain Began To Fall [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 4 - Night]

12.         His Son Cried Out To Him [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 4 - Night]

13.         Now In The Place Where He Was Crucified [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 5 - Burial / Spring]

14.         Mary Awakens On The Third Morning [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 5 - Burial / Spring]

15.         It Is Spring [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 5 - Burial / Spring]

16.         And, Behold, There Was A Great Earthquake [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 6 - Earthquake And Recognition]

17.         Why Seek Ye The Living Among The Dead? [The Gospel According To The Other Mary / Act 2 / Scene 6 - Earthquake And Recognition]

 

Disc 32 – City Noir / Saxophone Concerto

1.           City Noir: I. The City and its Double

2.           City Noir: II. The Song is for You

3.           City Noir: III. Boulevard Night

4.           Saxophone Concerto: I. Animato - Moderato - Tranquillo, suave

5.           Saxophone Concerto: I. Moderato - Tranquillo, suave (cont'd)

6.           Saxophone Concerto: II. Molto vivo (a hard driving pulse)

 

Disc 33 – Scheherazade 2

1.           Scheherazade 2: I. Tale of the Wise Young Woman-Pursuit by the True BelieversCity Noir: II. The Song is for You

2.           Scheherazade 2: II. A Long Desire (Love Scene)

3.           Scheherazade 2: III. Scheherazade and the Men with Beards

4.           Scheherazade 2: IV. Escape, Flight, Sanctuary

 

Disc 34 – Violin Concerto

1.           Violin Concerto: I. Quarter-note = 78

2.           Violin Concerto: II. Chaconne - Body Through Which the Dream Flows

3.           Violin Concerto: III. Toccare

 

Disc 35 – Doctor Atomic

1.           Doctor Atomic: Overture

2.           Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "The end of June 1945"

3.           Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "First of all, let me say" (with Gerald Finley)

4.           Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "We surround the plutonium core"

5.           Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "We are bedeviled by faulty detonators" (with Gerald Finley)

6.           Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "Many of us are inclined to say" (with Gerald Finley)

7.           Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "The nation's fate..." (with Gerald Finley)

8.           Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "This is a petition" (with Gerald Finley)

9.           Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "What if it's a dud?" (with Gerald Finley)

10.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "The test must go on as scheduled" (with Gerald Finley)

11.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 1: "No, before the bomb is used" (with Gerald Finley)

12.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 2: "Am I in your light?" (with Julia Bullock)

13.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 2: "Long let me inhale, deeply..." (with Gerald Finley & Julia Bullock)

14.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 2: "The motive of it all was loneliness" (with Gerald Finley & Julia Bullock)

15.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: Electrical storm

16.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: "What the hell is wrong with the weather?" (with Gerald Finley)

17.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: "Five hundred U.S. Superfortresses are raining bombs" (with Gerald Finley)

18.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: "I'll sign the report, sir" (with Gerald Finley)

19.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: "With respect, sir, anyone with two good eyes" (with Gerald Finley)

20.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: "I have been preoccupied with many matters" (with Gerald Finley)

21.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: "Get them out of here. From now on, I'm making my own weather predictions"

22.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: "General, you are bearing up with remarkable fortitude" (with Gerald Finley)

23.         Doctor Atomic, Act I, Scene 3: "Batter my heart" (with Gerald Finley)

 

Disc 36 – Doctor Atomic

1.           Doctor Atomic, Act II, Scene 1: "Easter Eve, 1945" (with Julia Bullock)

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