Musical Interlude: Sarah Cahill in Concert at the New Music Gathering

Sarah Cahill performs a Piano Party for Terry Riley at 80, with thanks to the New Music Gathering, San Francisco Conservatory of Music and I Care If You Listen TV.

Keyboard Studies (from the mid-60s) – Terry Riley
Poppy Infinite (premiere) – Gyan Riley (8:40)
Shade Studies (premiere) – Samuel Carl Adams (17:35)
excerpt from YEAR (premiere) – Dylan Mattingly (28:20)
A Trilling Piece for Terry (premiere) – Pauline Oliveros (33:10)
The Philosopher’s Hand (premiere of transcription by Toon Vandevorst) – Terry Riley (42:25)
Circle Songs (premiere) – Danny Clay (51:00)

2 thoughts on “Musical Interlude: Sarah Cahill in Concert at the New Music Gathering

    1. Susan Scheid Post author

      Mark: Oh, great! I was really pleased to spot this, I must say. It’s almost the same program as the one at LPR that aired live–maybe the same one–though with a different contingent available to introduce the works. I’m only sorry Terry Riley didn’t come to the stage, as I wasn’t really able to hear his introduction to the second of his pieces. Danny Clay’s intro is very funny–he shares a birthday with Terry Riley, as it turns out.

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