Recordings

Peter Child: Doubles

From "Doubles", Albany Records (2009)

Michael Cuthbert: D'amor languire

Edited and Reconstructed by Michael Cuthbert
Composed by Antonio Zachara da Teramo (ca. 1405)
Performed by Ensemble Micrologus
 

David Deveau: Beethoven – Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58
(arr. by Beethoven for chamber ensemble)
 

David Deveau, soloist
Andres Cardenes and Carl Levinson, violins;
Rebecca Albers and Megan Mason, violas;
David Hardy, cello
Matthew Frischman, bass

David Deveau: Chopin – Ballad No. 1 in G major, Op. 23

David Deveau, soloist

John Harbison: Diamond Watch

Double Play for Two Pianos (2009)
John Harbison

Mark Harvey: Saxophrenia

Mark Harvey

Keeril Makan: Washed by Fire

From "In Sound" (Tzadik, 2008)
Performed by the Kronos Quartet

George Ruckert: Rag Shenan Mand

Performed by George Ruckert
Nilaswati Productions NS 001, 2008

Elena Ruehr: Shimmer

From "Metamorphosen" (Albany Records, 1996)
Performed by Metamorphosen

Charles Shadle: Penny Ballad of Elvious Ricks

Poem by R.G. Villet.

Patricia Tang: Drogue 
   

From "Nder et le Setsima Group"
by Nder et le Setsima Group (Disques Nuits d'Afrique, 2000)
 

Marcus Thompson: Synapse for Viola and Computer (1976)

Performed by Marcus Thompson, viola
Barry Vercoe, Professor Emeritus, composer
FAST Festival Music | Machines Concert at the Media Lab
February 5, 2011

Peter Whincop, Keep it sub rosa, or between the cracks

2008

Evan Ziporyn: Frog's Eye

Cantaloupe Records, 2006

MIT Vocal and Festival Jazz Ensembles: In Praise of MIT

Music and original lyrics by John B. Wilbur '22 
Music arranged by John Harbison, 2011 | Lyrics updated
Performed for the MIT150 celebrations

This great jazz arrangement of MIT's unoffical official song, by Pulitzer Prize-winning MIT composer John Harbison, opens with a short, decorous phrase (a nod to the 1922 original) — then cuts loose.