Michael Daugherty

Zero Crossings – May 18, 2015 – Robert Raines

CompDigiToday’s show featured an interview with composer and author Robert Raines. I spoke with Rob about his newly released book Composition in the Digital World, published by Oxford University Press.

The music aired during the program included:
Ellen Taffe Zwillich – Quintet for Violin, Viola, Cello, Contrabass & Piano: I. Quarter note = 60; II. Fantasy, from Passionate Diversions: A Celebration of Ellen Taffe Zwilich
Christopher Rouse – Bonham, from Perkussion NRW
Eric Whitacre – Water Night, from Virtual Choir 3, via youtube.com
Greg Wilder – Isomer Study #1, from OUP Website
Michael Daugherty – Metropolis Symphony: V. Red Cape Tango

Listen to the show here:

      Zero Crossings – May 18, 2015, Robert Raines and Composition in the Digital World

Zero Crossings – December 8, 2014 – Robert Carpenter and the Tuba

RCatWPRKThe focus of today’s show was recent music for tuba, because for the second half of the show I conducted an interview with Robert Carpenter, the principal tubist for the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.

Oystein Baadsvik – Fnugg, from Tuba Carnival
Michael Daugherty – Reflections on the Mississippi for Tuba and Orchestra: I. Mist, II. Fury, III. Prayer”, IV. Steamboat
John Williams – Wild Signals, from Close Encounters of the Third Kind
John Williams – Tuba Concerto – I. Allegro Moderato, II. Andante misterioso, III. Allegro Molto
Timothy Buzbee – Six Pack: Blowing Off Steam, Discotheque, Melancholy, Anger, Inebriated, Invincible, from Buzzed (Albany Records 2008)
Daniel Crozier – Caccia for three tubas, from 2013 BUTI Recital, Robert Carpenter, Tuba
Robert Spillman – Two Songs: I, Andante, II. Allegro, from 2013 BUTI Recital, Robert Carpenter, Tuba

Listen here:

      Zero Crossings – December 8, 2014, with Robert Carpenter