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Music We'd Like To Hear

Robert Worby introduces a concert by the Mark Knoop Supergroup including the works of Hermann Meier, Catherine Lamb and Robert Ashley.

Robert Worby introduces a concert given in July as part of the Music We'd Like To Hear series of new and experimental music staged at St Mary-At-Hill in the City of London. The Mark Knoop Supergroup perform works by Catherine Lamb, Robert Ashley and the rarely performed Swiss composer Hermann Meier.

Catherine Lamb: nodes, various (2010)
Hermann Meier: Klavierstuck 1968; Flecken (1980)
Robert Ashley: Superior Seven (1988)

1 hour, 59 minutes

Music Played

  • Katherine Young

    For Daphne and Delia II (2017)

    Performer: Katherine Young.
    • Phantom Images.
    • Huddersfield Contemporary Records.
    • 1.
  • Catherine Lamb

    nodes, various (2010)

    Ensemble: Mark Knoop Supergroup.
  • Hermann Meier

    Klavierstück 1968

    Performer: Mark Knoop.
  • Hermann Meier

    Flecken (1980)

    Ensemble: Mark Knoop Supergroup.
  • Joshua Fineberg

    just as much entangled with other matter (2013)

    Performer: Pascal Contet.
    • Sonic Fictions.
    • Métier.
    • 2.
  • Cassandra Miller

    Warblework (2011) (4th movement: Veery)

    Ensemble: Quatuor Bozzini.
    • Canadian Composers series #9 – Cassandra Miller String Quartets.
    • Another Timbre.
    • 5.
  • Robert Ashley

    Superior Seven (1988)

    Ensemble: Mark Knoop Supergroup.


Role Contributor
Photographer Jack Mitchell


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