(In HI-FI, LOW-FI, SCI-FI and even SEMPER-FI)
|Center 1||Medieval Square Dance|
|Curse of the Hex Inverter||The Foci|
|Prism 1||The Fool|
|Prism 2||Lizard's Leg|
|Prism 3||Center 3b|
|Glass 2||Center 3c|
|Center 4||Center 2|
If you don't care too much for rag-time piano, then set the voice to SITAR and call it "Ravi Shanker plays Scott Joplin"; cruise down to the 7/11 at midnight, crank up the car speakers and pick up some chicks!
|Maple Leaf Rag||March Majestic|
|Peacherine Rag||The Strenuous Life|
|Augustan Club Waltzes||Weeping Willow|
|The Easy Winners||Palm Leaf Rag|
|A Breeze from Alabama||The Sycamore|
|Elite Syncopations||The Cascades|
|The Entertainer||The Chrysanthemum|
Robert Finley's amazing rendition of the Mussorgski masterpiece. Be prepared to be stunned in total awe, as this MIDI version ranks many notches above any classical recording on CD.
Das alte Schloß
Ballett der Küchlein in ihren Eierschalen
|Samuel Goldenberg und Schmuyle|
Der Marktplatz in Limoges
Con mortuis in lingua mortua
|Die Hütte der Baba-Yaga|
Das große Tor van Kiew
Read the liner notes.
This is unfinished atonal music, dedicated to my obsolete underground cartoon Platonic Planarian, featuring characters like Plato the Planarian, his sidekick (some Amoeba guy), Frank and Einstein (Siamese twins attached by the umbilical cord), Nibroc, Udd and Mr. Infinity. I also remember a worm-like creature with shark fins and 4 toes.
The music was written on a Casio VL-1, and the rules were that the thing had to be monophonic with an ever-so primo disco-like rhythm. Some extras are added, such as The Medieval Square Dance 2 in glorious polyphonic MUZAK sound.
|Medieval Square Dance II||Planarian Tracks #7, 8 &9|
|Ellipsoid||Planarian Tracks #10 &11|
|Planarian Theme||Planarian Tracks #12 &13|
|Planarian Tracks #2 &3||Planarian Tracks #15 &16|
|Planarian Tracks #4 &5||HX-20|