A CHRONOLOGICAL VIEW OF WESTERN MUSIC HISTORY IN THE CONTEXT OF WORLD EVENTS

Roger Reynolds

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July 18, 1934: Roger Lee Reynolds is born in Detroit, Michigan, USA, son of George Arthur Reynolds and Katherine Adelaide Butler.
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August 7, 1960: Robert Ashley (30), Gordon Mumma (25), Roger Reynolds (26), and George Cacioppo, having driven from Ann Arbor, Michigan, attend a week-long composers’ conference organized by the Canadian League of Composers in Stratford, Ontario. Among the luminaries present are Luciano Berio (34), Edgar Varèse (76), Roy Harris (62), Ernst Krenek (59), and George Rochberg (42). The four decide that they could organize a better conference and by the time they arrive home, they have planned the ONCE Festival.
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February 24, 1961: The first ONCE Festival opens in the First Unitarian Church of Ann Arbor, Michigan, directed by Robert Ashley (30) and Roger Reynolds (26). Luciano Berio (35) is the most illustrious composer present.
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March 4, 1961: Epigram and Evolution for piano by Roger Reynolds (27) is performed for the first time, in the First Unitarian Church, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Robert Ashley (30) at the keyboard, as part of the first ONCE Festival.
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July 31, 1961: String Quartet by Roger Reynolds (27) is performed for the first time, at Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusetts.
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February 10, 1962: Wedge for two flutes/piccolo, two trumpets, two trombones, tuba, percussion, piano, and double bass by Roger Reynolds (27) is performed for the first time, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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May 25, 1962: Mosaic for flute/piccolo and piano by Roger Reynolds (27) is performed for the first time, at Michigan State University, Lansing.
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February 16, 1963: A Portrait of Vanzetti for speaker, two flutes/piccolo, clarinet, two horns, trumpet, trombone, percussion, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (28) to words of Vanzetti is performed for the first time, in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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April 11, 1964: Roger Reynolds (29) marries Karen Jeanne Hill.
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March 19, 1965: The Emperor of Ice Cream for eight voices, percussion, piano, and double bass by Roger Reynolds (30) to words of Stevens is performed for the first time, in New York, conducted by Gunther Schuller (39). See 27 April 1965.
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April 27, 1965: The Emperor of Ice Cream, a theatre piece by Roger Reynolds (30) to words of Stevens, is staged for the first time, in Rome. See 19 March 1965.
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May 2, 1965: Graffiti for orchestra by Roger Reynolds (30) is performed for the first time, in Seattle.
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September 26, 1965: Fantasy for Pianist by Roger Reynolds (31) is performed for the first time, in Warsaw.
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November 24, 1965: Quick are the Mouths of Earth for chamber ensemble by Roger Reynolds (31) is performed for the first time, in Lincoln Center, New York.
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May 3, 1966: Ambages for flute by Roger Reynolds (31) is performed for the first time, in Tokyo.
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July 12, 1966: Gathering for woodwind quintet by Roger Reynolds (31) is performed for the first time, in Amsterdam.
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August 15, 1966: Blind Men for 24 voices, brass, percussion, piano, and tape by Roger Reynolds (32) to words of Melville is performed for the first time, at Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusetts.
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June 5, 1968: Cross Talk--for Painter Sam Francis for two bandoneons and tape by Toru Takemitsu (37) is performed for the first time, in Tokyo. Also premiered is PING for flute, percussion, piano, electronic sound generators, four-track tape, and slide and film projections by Roger Reynolds (33) after Beckett.
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June 7, 1968: Threshold for orchestra by Roger Reynolds (33) is performed for the first time, in Tokyo.
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December 17, 1968: Traces for piano, flute, cello, and tape by Roger Reynolds (34) is performed for the first time, in Carnegie Recital Hall, New York.
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March 10, 1970: ...between... for orchestra and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (35) is performed for the first time, in Chicago.
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July 20, 1970: Again for two sopranos, two flutes, two trombones, two double basses, percussion, and tape by Roger Reynolds (36) is performed for the first time, in St. Paul de Vence, France. Lukas Foss (47) is the conductor. Also premiered is Syntagm III for flute, bass clarinet, percussion, celeste, harp, violin, and cello by Earle Brown (43).
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January 24, 1971: I/O: a Ritual for 23 Performers by Roger Reynolds (36) to words of Fuller, is performed for the first time, in Pasadena, California.
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March 16, 1973: Compass for tenor, bass, cello, double bass, four-track tape, and visual projections by Roger Reynolds (38) to words of Borges is performed for the first time, in Los Angeles. See 7 March 1974.
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March 7, 1974: Compass for tenor, bass, cello, double bass, four-track tape, and visual projections by Roger Reynolds (39) to words of Borges is staged for the first time, in the Vanguard Theatre, Los Angeles. See 16 March 1973.
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January 29, 1975: ...from behind the unreasoning mask for trombone, percussion, assistant, and four-track tape by Roger Reynolds (40) is performed for the first time, in Las Vegas. The assistant is the composer.
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January 8, 1976: The Promises of Darkness for eleven players and slide projections by Roger Reynolds (41) is performed for the first time, in New York.
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June 9, 1976: A Merciful Coincidence for three vocalists and electroacoustic sound by Roger Reynolds (41) to words of Beckett is performed for the first time, in Bourges. See 11 December 1976.
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October 27, 1976: Still for electroacoustic sound by Roger Reynolds (42) is performed for the first time, in Las Vegas.
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December 11, 1976: The first performance of the electroacoustic version of A Merciful Coincidence for quadraphonic tape by Roger Reynolds (42) to words of Beckett takes place in Los Angeles. See 9 June 1976.
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January 23, 1977: Only Now, and Again for winds, percussion, and piano by Roger Reynolds (42) is performed for the first time, in a “pre-performance” in De Kalb, Illinois. See 6 May 1977.
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May 6, 1977: Only Now and Again for winds, percussion, and piano by Roger Reynolds (42) is performed publicly for the first time, in Milwaukee. See 23 January 1977.
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February 13, 1978: Fiery Wind for orchestra by Roger Reynolds (43) is performed for the first time, in Alice Tully Hall, New York.
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January 31, 1979: ...the serpent-snapping eye for trumpet, percussion, piano, and four-track tape by Roger Reynolds (44) is performed for the first time, at the University of California at San Diego.
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February 23, 1979: Less Than Two for two pianos, percussion, and tape by Roger Reynolds (44) is performed for the first time, at the Library of Congress, Washington.
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January 31, 1980: The multimedia version of Eclipse for quadraphonic tape and video images by Roger Reynolds (45) to words of various authors is performed for the first time, in the Guggenheim Museum, New York. See 18 February 1982.
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July 30, 1980: Incidental music to Shakespeare’s play The Tempest by Roger Reynolds (46) is performed for the first time, at Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusetts.
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December 19, 1980: The Palace for baritone and tape by Roger Reynolds (46) is performed for the first time, in a “pre-performance” in La Jolla, California. See 28 February 1981.
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February 27, 1981: The Palace for bass-baritone and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (46) to words of Borges is performed publicly for the first time, in Los Angeles. See 19 December 1980.
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February 18, 1982: The electroacoustic version of Eclipse for voices and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (47) to words of various authors is performed for the first time, in Symphony Space, New York in a concert to honor Ross Lee Finney (75). See 31 January 1980.
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March 29, 1982: Shadowed Narrative for clarinet, violin, cello, and piano by Roger Reynolds (47) is performed for the first time, in Carnegie Recital Hall, New York.
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February 15, 1983: Two works for chamber group and electronics are performed for the first time, in the Georges Pompidou Centre, Paris:  Archipelago for chamber ensemble and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (48), and Désintégrations for 17 players and electronics by Tristan Murail (35).
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October 29, 1983: Aether for violin and piano by Roger Reynolds (49) is performed for the first time, at the Library of Congress, Washington.
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June 4, 1984: Transfigured Wind II for flute, orchestra and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (49) is performed for the first time, in New York, conducted by Charles Wuorinen (45).
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June 21, 1984: Transfigured Wind III for flute, chamber orchestra, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (49) is performed for the first time, in Los Angeles.
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November 7, 1984: Summer Island for oboe and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (50) is performed for the first time, in Tokyo.
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February 10, 1985: Transfigured Wind IV for flute and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (50) is performed for the first time, in Lincoln Center, New York.
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February 12, 1985: Mistral for brass, strings and harpsichord by Roger Reynolds (50) is performed for the first time, in Symphony Space, New York.
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May 14, 1985: Sketchbook (for the Unbearable Lightness of Being) for low female voice accompanying herself on piano and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (50) to words of Kundera is performed for the first time, in Symphony Space, New York. Also premiered is Eight Whiskus for voice by John Cage (72) to his own words after Mann.
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November 10, 1985: Coconino...a shattered landscape for string quartet by Roger Reynolds (51) is performed for the first time, in London.
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February 9, 1986: The Behavior of Mirrors for guitar by Roger Reynolds (51) is performed for the first time, at the 92nd Street Y, New York.
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May 3, 1986: The multimedia version of Vertigo for electronic sound generators and video by Roger Reynolds (51) is performed for the first time, in La Jolla, California. See 25 April 1987.
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November 7, 1986: Reflections on the Nature of Water for marimba by Jacob Druckman (58) is performed for the first time, in the Kennedy Center, Washington. Also premiered is Autumn Island for marimba by Roger Reynolds (52). Druckman has not yet completed his work. See 17 March 1987.
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March 2, 1987: The Dream of the Infinite Rooms for cello, orchestra, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (52) is performed for the first time, in Cleveland.
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April 25, 1987: The electroacoustic version of Vertigo for electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (52) is performed for the first time, in San Francisco. See 3 May 1986.
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June 6, 1987: The Vanity of Words for voice and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (52) to words of Kundera is performed for the first time, in Bourges.
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December 9, 1987: Symphony (Vertigo) for orchestra and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (53) is performed for the first time, in San Francisco.
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November 7, 1988: New works to words of Giraud (tr. Hartleben) are performed for the first time, in Los Angeles County Museum of Art: the first of the three Pierrot Songs for voice, flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano by Leslie Bassett (65), Not Only Night for soprano, flute/piccolo, clarinet in E flat/bass clarinet, piano, violin, cello, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (54), and Im Spiegel for voice, violin, and piano by John Harbison (49). See 25 January 1989.
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December 11, 1988: Whispers Out of Time for strings by Roger Reynolds (54) is performed for the first time, at Amherst College, Massachusetts. It will win the Pulitzer Prize for music. See 30 March 1989.
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March 30, 1989: Roger Reynolds (54) is awarded the Pulitzer Prize in Music for his Whispers Out of Time . See 11 December 1988.
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July 1, 1990: Dionysus for flute/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, horn, trumpet, bass trombone, percussion, piano, and double bass by Roger Reynolds (55) is performed for the first time, at Indiana University.
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October 25, 1990: Symphony (Myths) for orchestra by Roger Reynolds (56) is performed for the first time, in Suntory Hall, Tokyo.
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March 28, 1991: Personae for violin, chamber ensemble, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (56) is performed for the first time, in Kathryn Bache Miller Theatre, New York.
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December 3, 1991: Variation for piano by Roger Reynolds (57) is performed for the first time, in Merkin Concert Hall, New York.
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January 3, 1992: Incidental music to Chekhov’s play Ivanov by Roger Reynolds (57) is performed for the first time, in Mito, Japan.
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February 27, 1992: Focus a beam, emptied of thinking, outward... for cello by Roger Reynolds (57) is performed for the first time, in Merkin Concert Hall, New York.
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May 27, 1992: Visions for string quartet by Roger Reynolds (57) is performed for the first time, in Tokyo.
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July 5, 1992: The Ivanov Suite for electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (57) is performed for the first time, in Delphi, Greece.
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January 10, 1993: Dreaming for orchestra and tape by Roger Reynolds (58) is performed for the first time, in Carnegie Hall, New York.
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January 30, 1993: Kokoro for violin by Roger Reynolds (58) is performed for the first time, in Brussels.
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April 29, 1993: Symphony (The Stages of Life) for orchestra by Roger Reynolds (58) is performed for the first time, in Los Angeles.
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June 17, 1993: Odyssey for mezzo-soprano, bass-baritone, 16 players, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (58) to words of Beckett is performed for the first time, in the Georges Pompidou Center, Paris.
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March 29, 1994: Versions/Stages I-V for electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (59) is performed for the first time, in La Jolla, California.
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November 17, 1994: last things, I think, to think about for bass-baritone, piano, electronic sound generators, and slide projections by Roger Reynolds (60) to words of Ashberry is performed for the first time, in Kathryn Bache Miller Theatre, New York.
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December 2, 1994: S709 for two-track Dynamic Stochastic Synthesis by Iannis Xenakis (72) is performed for the first time, in Salle Olivier Messiaen of Radio France, Paris.  Also premiered is Ariadne’s Thread for string quartet and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (60).
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October 30, 1995: Watershed III for percussion, chamber orchestra, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (61) is performed for the first time, in the Loeb Center, New York.
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December 1, 1995: Watershed I for percussion by Roger Reynolds (61) is performed for the first time, at the Manhattan School of Music, New York.
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April 11, 1996: Watershed IV for percussion and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (61) is performed for the first time, in the Mandeville Center for the Arts, La Jolla, California.
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May 15, 1996: Elegy for Toru Takemitsu (†1) for flute, percussion, and strings by Roger Reynolds (61) is performed for the first time, at the Mandeville Center for the Arts, La Jolla, California.
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August 4, 1997: The Red Act Arias for speaker, chorus, orchestra, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (63) to words of Aeschylus (tr. Lattimore) is performed for the first time, in Royal Albert Hall, London.
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October 17, 1997: Two Voices--an allegory for orchestra and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (63) is performed for the first time, at the Philadelphia Academy of Music.
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January 13, 1998: Two new works are performed for the first time, in Järvenpää, Finland: Will you answer if I call? for harpsichord and ten players by Roger Reynolds (63), and Miranda's Lament for soprano, clarinet, harp, violin, and double bass by Kaija Saariaho (45), to words of Shakespeare.
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January 16, 1998: On the Balance of Things for oboe, flute/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, trumpet, percussion, violin, cello, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (63) is performed for the first time, in Paris.
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May 21, 1999: JUSTICE for actress, soprano, percussion, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (64) is performed for the first time, in Shizuoka, Japan.
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June 14, 2000: ...brain ablaze...she howled aloud for one, two, or three piccolos and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (65) is performed for the first time, incompletely, in Buffalo.
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September 29, 2000: Parts of A Crimson Path for cello and piano by Roger Reynolds (66) are performed for the first time, in Parma. See 15 November 2002.
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May 8, 2001: The Red Act Arias Suite 2001 for electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (66) is performed for the first time, at the University of California, San Diego.
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June 7, 2001: The Angel of Death for piano, chamber orchestra, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (66) is performed for the first time, in Paris.
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November 30, 2001: JUSTICE for actress, soprano, percussion, and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (67) to words of Aeschylus is performed for the first time, at the Library of Congress, Washington.
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November 15, 2002: Two works by Roger Reynolds (68) are performed for the first time, in Dijon: A Crimson Path for cello and piano, and Process and Passion for violin, cello, and electronic sound generators. See 29 September 2000.
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May 6, 2003: ...brain ablaze...she howled aloud for one, two, or three piccolos and electronic sound generators by Roger Reynolds (68) is performed completely for the first time, in Munich.
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June 4, 2004: Oracle, part 2 of Sanctuary, for percussion quartet, real-time computer processed and spatialized sound, and lighting design by Roger Reynolds (69) is performed for the first time, at the University of California at San Diego. See 7 June 2007 and 18 November 2007.
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September 12, 2004: Consider... for baritone and french horn by Roger Reynolds (70) is performed for the first time, in the Guggenheim Museum, New York.
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April 9, 2005: 22 for 5.1 computer processed and spatialized sound, bass clarinet, percussion, real-time processing for coordination with motion capture system, digital graphics, and dancer by Roger Reynolds (70) and others is performed for the first time, at Arizona State University.
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May 4, 2005: Transfigured Wind IV for flute and quadraphonic computer processed sound by Roger Reynolds (70) is performed for the first time, at the University of California at Santa Cruz.
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October 6, 2005: The Image Machine, real-time interactive computer music by Roger Reynolds (71), is performed for the first time, in Oslo.
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March 31, 2006: Submerged Memories for narrator, clarinet, violin, electric guitar, percussion, electroacoustic processing, and visual projections by Roger Reynolds (71) to words of Sebald (tr. Hulse), is performed for the first time (musical elements only), in Project Artaud Theatre, San Francisco. See 20 April 2013.
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May 9, 2006: Illusions by Roger Reynolds (71) is performed for the first time, in Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles.
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October 5, 2006: Aspiration for violin and chamber orchestra by Roger Reynolds (72) is performed for the first time, at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo.
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March 3, 2007: ImageE/cello for cello by Roger Reynolds (72) is performed for the first time, in Paris.
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May 14, 2007: imAge/cello for cellos by Roger Reynolds (72) is performed for the first time, in Beauvais.
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June 7, 2007: Part I of Sanctuary for percussion quartet and computer processed and spatialized sound by Roger Reynolds (73) is performed for the first time, at SUNY, Buffalo. See 4 June 2004 and 18 November 2007.
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November 18, 2007: Sanctuary for percussion quartet and computer processed and spatialized sound by Roger Reynolds (73) is performed completely for the first time, in the National Gallery of Art, Washington. See 4 June 2004 and 7 June 2007.
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January 25, 2008: Elliott for string quartet by Roger Reynolds (73) in honor of Elliott Carter (99) is performed for the first time, in Paris.
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May 20, 2008: imAge/piano for solo piano by Roger Reynolds (73) is performed for the first time, at the Tenri Cultural Institute, New York.
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November 23, 2008: imAge/contrabass by Roger Reynolds (74) is performed for the first time, at The Stone, New York City. See 24 March 2010.
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March 29, 2009: Seasons Id: a mind of winter for flute, cello, percussion, and real time computer sound processing, and The Angel of Death for piano, chamber orchestra, and computers by Roger Reynolds (74) are performed for the first time, in Isabel Bader Theatre, Toronto.
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May 7, 2009: Seasons: Cycle 1a: Of Life and Spring for flute, cello, percussion, and computers by Roger Reynolds (74) is performed for the first time, in La Jolla, California.
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December 1, 2009: Passage 1, an intermedia performance by Roger Reynolds (75), is performed for the first time, in the Conrad Prebys Music Center, La Jolla, California.
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March 7, 2010: Seasons: Cycle 1b: Understand: Nothing, and Seasons 1c: With Awe and Tenderness for violin, bass clarinet, percussion, and electronics by Roger Reynolds (75) are performed for the first time, in the National Gallery of Art, Washington.
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March 24, 2010: ImagE/contrabass&imAge/contrabass by Roger Reynolds (75) are performed together for the first time, in Honolulu. See 23 November 2008.
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April 23, 2010: not forgotten for string quartet by Roger Reynolds (75) is performed for the first time, in Witten, Germany.
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May 20, 2010: PASSAGE 2 : "Benediction, Sharing, Legacy, Public Exposure, Seasons, The Sublime" for solo marimba and other media by Roger Reynolds (75) is performed for the first time, in Calit2 Black Box Theatre, Atkinson Hall, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California.
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June 3, 2010: PASSAGE 3 : " Going First Class, Perilous Consideration, Subconscious Craft, Anotherworldly Intersection, Unnatural Experience, The Source of Force, Memorability, Differences”, for various media by Roger Reynolds (75) is performed for the first time, in Baird Concert Hall of the University of Buffalo.
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June 5, 2010: AngelSpace for computers by Roger Reynolds (75) is performed for the first time, at SUNY Stony Brook.
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October 30, 2010: 3 November 2010 PASSAGE 4 : "Alliances, Understanding the Context, Benediction, Sharing, Collaboration, Loyalty, Memorability, Mission" , for various media by Roger Reynolds (76), is performed for the first time, in Rackham Lecture Hall, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor .
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February 12, 2011: Colombi Daydream for cello by Roger Reynolds (76) is performed for the first time, in Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris.
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March 3, 2011: imAge/guitar&imagE/guitar by Roger Reynolds (76) is performed for the first time, at The Phillips Collection in Washington.
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April 1, 2011: Dream Mirror for guitar and computers by Roger Reynolds (76) is performed for the first time, in Morelia, Mexico.
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May 11, 2011: Passage 5, an intermedia performance by Roger Reynolds (76), is performed for the first time, at the University of California at Los Angeles.
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July 12, 2011: Toward Another World for bass clarinet and electronics by Roger Reynolds (76) is performed for the first time, at the University of Missouri, Columbia.
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July 13, 2011: Passage 6, an intermedia performance by Roger Reynolds (76), is performed for the first time, at the University of Missouri, Columbia.
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July 14, 2011: Seasons: Cycle II for soprano and ensemble by Roger Reynolds (76) is performed for the first time, at the University of Missouri, Columbia.
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August 25, 2011: MARKed MUSIC for contrabass and electronics by Roger Reynolds (77) is performed for the first time, at The Stone, New York City.
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May 9, 2012: imagE/flute by Roger Reynolds (77) is performed for the first time, in Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, La Jolla, California.
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September 9, 2012: Two works by Roger Reynolds (78) are performed for the first time, in the East Building Auditorium of the National Gallery of Art, Washington: OPPOrTuniTy for voice and piano and PASSAGE 7 : "John Cage – incidents, texts, conversations, and music", for piano and various media.
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December 6, 2012: Two works by Roger Reynolds (78) are performed for the first time, in John Knowles Paine Concert Hall of Harvard University: imagE/viola and PASSAGE 8 : "On Learning, Varèse, Cage, Ashley, Musical Experience, and Intermedia", for various media.
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March 2, 2013: Positings for flute/piccolo, horn, violin, cello, piano, and real time spatialization by Roger Reynolds (78) is performed for the first time, at the Ambassador Auditorium of the Colburn School in Los Angeles.
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March 13, 2013: PASSAGE 9: On (and about) Collaboration, Xenakis, Cage, Takemitsu, the Sublime, and Aesthetic Experience by Roger Reynolds (78) to his own words, is performed for the first time, in Conrad Prebys Concert Hall of the University of California at San Diego.
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April 20, 2013: Submerged Memories for narrator, bass clarinet, electric guitar, percussion, electroacoustic processing, and visual projections by Roger Reynolds (78), to words of Sebald (tr. Hulse) is performed for the first time with all components, in Atkinson Hall, La Jolla, California. See 31 March 2006.
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October 3, 2013: George Washington, for orchestra, three narrators, projected imagery, and computer sound by Roger Reynolds (79), is performed for the first time, at the Kennedy Center, Washington.
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October 13, 2013: Thoughts, Places, Dreams, for cello and ensemble by Roger Reynolds (79) is performed for the first time, in Venice.
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March 3, 2014: Passage 10: Musings on “Good Lives”: Relationships, Sustenance, Aspirations --Truth, Secrets, Boundaries, Purpose, Flight by Roger Reynolds (79) to words of various authors, is performed for the first time, in Conrad Prebys Concert Hall of the University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, California.
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April 11, 2014: The complete Piano Etudes, Book I by Roger Reynolds (79) is performed for the first time, in New York.
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September 20, 2014: Of this Word's being...heard/not heard for soprano, flute, piano, and percussion by Roger Reynolds (80), to words of Heraclitus, is performed for the first time, in Maastricht, the Netherlands.
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November 19, 2014: imAge/flute for solo flute by Roger Reynolds (80) is performed for the first time, in Teatro del Centro de las Artes, Monterrey, Mexico.
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February 19, 2015: FLiGHT I: Imagining for string quartet, visual projections, and multichannel sound by Roger Reynolds (80) is performed for the first time, in Forbes Center for the Performing Arts, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
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April 5, 2015: imAge/viola for viola by Roger Reynolds (80) is performed for the first time, at the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia.
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September 25, 2015: Shifting/Drifting for violin and electronics by Roger Reynolds (81) is performed for the first time, in Conrad Prebys Music Center, La Jolla, California.
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September 29, 2015: imageE/violin&imAge/violin for violin by Roger Reynolds (81) is performed for the first time, in Los Angeles.
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October 30, 2016: FLIGHT I: Imagining, a multimedia work for string quartet and electronics by Roger Reynolds (81), is performed completely for the first time, in the Park Avenue Armory, New York.