DISCOGRAPHY OF JON ROSE

This is the 7th version of the discography of Jon Rose. It includes many corrections and a few additions.

Following items are:

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                        |   DISCOGRAPHY OF JON ROSE   |
                        |        February 2013        |
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                        | by Patrice Roussel          |
                        | (ergodic@sprintmail.com)    |
                        | 2034 NE 37th Ave.           |
                        | Portland, OR 97212 (USA)    |
                        | and Michael Rosenstein      |
                        | (michaelr@TheWorld.com)     |
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Jonathan Levine     
Philip Riley       
Phil Z		
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Brian Lunger
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Suzuki Naoko       
Roberto Fega      
Barry Gilbert    
Richard Shapiro	
Shinsuke Ohdera 
Luc Houtkamp   
Jan-Wen Lu    
Chris Cutler
Alan M Gordon 
Chris Ullsperger  
Mike Khoury      
Stefan Roehrich	
Gerhard Mittenhuber
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Emmanuel Girard  
for sending us extra material and giving prompt answers to our questions.

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Records and tapes have been listed by chronological order for edition (and not recording). The following records and tapes are listed:

the following ones are not listed (we think this deserves a special section):

you won't find anything on extra material like (maybe in the near future ?):

Some abbreviations:

Album           Full album release, in one or more of the formats below:
  LP            12" vinyl long-player (33 1/3 RPM)
  CD            Compact (digital) disc
  SACD          Super-Audio CD
  CT            Cassette tape
  DAT           DAT, digital audio tape
  DCC           Digital compact cassette tape
  MD            MiniDisc, CD-like optical disc

Single          Single release, usually from an album, in one or more of
		the formats below:
  7"            7" 45 RPM vinyl
  10"           10" 45 RPM vinyl
  12"           12" 45 RPM vinyl
  EP            Extended play single or mini-album, usually 33 1/3 RPM
  CD-3          CD-3, 3" (7 cm) CD single
  CD-5          5" (12 cm) CD single
  CS            Cassette single
  Flexi         Flexi-disc, usually included with a magazine

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001 - THE ESTATES: Peter Hall

    1/ The Estates                              (Hall)
    2/ The New Town Suite                       (Hall)
    3/ Duet No.1 For Guitar and Violin          (Hall)                   7:26

    (1) recorded live at South Hill Park, Bracknell (England) on October 18,
    1975
    (2) recorded at Pathway Studio, London on January 3, 1974
    (3) recorded at Pathway Studio, London on June 17, 1972
    Produced by Mike Finesilver

  Peter Hall: guitar; Steve Symes (1): piano frame, glockenspiel, percussion
  various; Richard Hogan (1): electric bass; Gus Garside (1): 12-string gui-
  tar, gongs, bells, hand cymbals; Rob Pusey (1): drums, tympany, gongs,
  congas, percussion various; Alison Fox (1): twin decked solo piano frame,
  hammer dulcimer; Paul Dunderdale (1): clarinet; Jeff Clyne (2): double bass;
  Lyn Dobson (2): flute; Jon Rose (3): violin.

    1977 - Prototype Records (UK), PRO 001 (LP)

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002 - MAINFESTATIONS: Peter Hall

  Peter Hall; Lol Coxhill; Jon Rose; etc.

    ???? - Prototype Records (UK), PRO 002 (LP)

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003 - SOLO VIOLIN IMPROVISATIONS 2: Jon Rose

    1/ Improvisation For Solo Violin
    2/ Relative Sink Music
    3/ Improvisation For Solo Violin
    4/ Improvisation For Solo Violin & 2 Tape Recorders
    5/ Improvisation For Solo Violin & Cassette

    (1) recorded live at ICA, Sydney on February 10, 1978
    (2) recorded on April 26, 1978
    (3) recorded at Hawkesbury River on January 17, 1978
    (4) recorded on November 26, 1977
    (5) recorded at Pans Theatre, Sydney on April 21, 1978

  Jon Rose: violin; Adrian Keenan (4): tape recorders.

    ???? - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR No.21 (LP)
    ???? - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 2 (CT)

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004 - NO.24

    Recorded during Spring 1978 at Conservatorium Of Music, NSW Electronic
    Studio, and Dangar Island, Australia

  Jon Rose: violin, sarangi, autoharp; Dave Ellis: bass; Serge Ermoll: piano;
  Peter Kelly: percussion, clarinet; Rik Rue: VCS 3 synthesizer.

      ???? - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 24 (??)

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005 - VELOCITY OF INDEPENDENT PARTS: Jon Rose

  Jon Rose; Louis Burdett; Serge Ermoll.

    ???? - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 25 (LP)

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006 - DECOMPOSITION: ???

    Recorded at Sculpture Center, Sydney (Australia) on July 7, 1979

  Jon Rose: violin, prepared bed frame; Louis Burnett: hillk, trumpet, flute,
  clarinet; Dave Ellis: bass.

      ???? - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 26 (??)

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007 - TOWARDS A RELATIVE MUSIC: ???

    (?) recorded at Institute Of Contemporary Art on February 10, 1978
    (?) recorded at Conservatorium Of Music on April 13, 1978
    (?) recorded at Paris Theatre and Conservatorium Of Music, Sydney on May
    25, 1978

  Jon Rose: violin, voice, recorder, sarangi, plates, radio, musique concrete,
  telephone, VCS 3; Louis Burdett: ds (?), flute, voice, clarinet, percussion;
  Tony Hobbs: tenor, soprano, flute, prepared sax; Peter Kelly: vibes, marim-
  ba, b-recorder, alto, gongs, voice, tympani; John Clare: voice; Bob Reid:
  bass; Rik Rue: percussion, soprano, alto, voice, cauliflower, furniture.

    ???? - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 22 (??)

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008 - FIGURES: Jon Rose

    (?) recorded at Sculpture Center, Sydney (Australia) on March 23, 1979
    (?) recorded at Dangar, Sydney (Australia) on January 28, 1980

  Jon Rose: violin, autoharp, sarangi.

      ???? - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 28 (??)

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009 - RELATIVE STRING MUSIC: Jon Rose

    Recorded in Sydney on April 7 and 9, 1980

  Jon Rose: violin, sarangi, autoharp.

      ???? - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 29 (??)

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010 - HYPA-STRETCH: Parker, Russell, Rose, Guy

    1/ Trio 1: Parker, Russell, Rose            (coll. composition)      3:00
    2/ Duo 1:  Parker, Rose                     (coll. composition)      3:48
    3/ Trio 2: Parker, Rose, Guy                (coll. composition)      4:45
    4/ Trio 3: Parker, Russell, Guy             (coll. composition)      5:04
    5/ Duo 3:  Parker, Guy                      (coll. composition)      4:09
    6/ Quartet 1: Parker, Russell, Rose, Guy    (coll. composition)      4:38
    7/ Quartet 2: Parker, Russell, Rose, Guy    (coll. composition)     11:42

    Recorded at Pathway Studios, London (E), December 20, 1980

  Evan Parker: soprano; John Russell: guitar; Jon Rose: violin, 19 string
  violin; Barry Guy: bass.

    ???? - Fringe Benefit Cassette (Australia), FBR 30 (CT)

  Note: Evan Parker does not play on Duo 2, Trio 4, and Duo 4.

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011 - ???: Jon Rose

    ???? - Fringe Benefit Records (Australia), FBR 36 (??)

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012 - NEW MUSIC ARTICLES: various artists

  This tape features Warren Burt, Brian Parish, David Hirst, Graeme Gerrard,
  John Jenkins, Jon Rose, Alistair Riddell, Essendon Airport.

    6/ Don't Panic                              (Rose)

    Recorded live at Art/Empire/Industry in Sydney, Australia on April 18,
    1981

  Jon Rose: 19 string cello.

    1982 - New Music Articles (Australia), NMATAPES-1 (CT)

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013 - THE CONSTRUCTION OF RUINS: The Australian Site

    1/ The Nullarbor Is Not Flat                (Goodman)               23:28
    2/ U-Dag                                    (Goodman, Rose)          8:13
    3/ Dingos In Quest                          (Goodman, Kaiser, Rose) 10:00
    4/ Notes                                    (Goodman)                9:55

    (1) recorded at 2MBS, Sydney (Australia) in February 1982
    (2,3,4) recorded at Shelter Studio, Perth (Australia) in 1982
    Produced by Woody Woodman and Henry Kaiser

  Greg Goodman: piano, artifacts; Henry Kaiser (3): electric guitar; Jon Rose
  (2,3): violin.

    1982 - The Beak Doctor/Metalanguage (USA), 4/ML-113 (LP)

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014 - THE RELATIVE VIOLIN: Jon Rose

    ???? - Fringe Benefit, FBR 43 (CT)

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015 - DUTCH TRUMPET MUSIC

    Recorded in Den Haag on October 7, 1982

  Jon Rose: violin; Luc Houtkamp: tenor; Marcel Cuypers: piano; Jan den Boer:
  bass.

    1983 - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 46 (CT)

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016 - SOUND COSMODEL: various artists

  This record features Nasmak (1), Half Japanese (2), Conventum 82 (3),
  Pseudo-Code (4), The Vincent Units (5), Size (6), Element/L (7), Young
  Tsubotai (8), John Bender (9), Subject (10), S. Weisser (11), Kevin Harrison
  (12), Shoichi Serigano (13), Amos & Sara (14), Feliu Gasull (15), Human
  Flesh (16), Chris Cutler (17), Yochko Seffer (18), Carlos Peron (19), Masami
  Endow (20), Cortex (21), Sonoko Yasuda (22), ShaUl (23), Black Sheep (24),
  Veetdharm Morgan Fisher (25), Banana (26), Uns (27), Die Form (28), Nurse
  With Wound (29), Jon Rose (30), Tatsuo Kohki (31), Geoff Leigh (32), Hamza
  El Din (33), Art Zoyd (34), Dorothea M. L. Franck (35), Mamy (36), Goebbels
  & Harth (37), Walter Schmidt (38), I Scream (39), Con (40), Woo (41), Balkan
  Rebels (42), Deux Filles (43), Magneet Bond (44), Fred Frith (45), Gahi
  (46), Biting Tongues (47), Ludus (48), ZEv (49), Bene Gesserit (50).

    30/ Live In Holland                         (Jon Rose)

    Recorded live in Den Haag, Holland on October 10, 1982

  Jon Rose: five-string violin.

    1984 - Yaso Extra/2 Atelier Peyotl/Skating Pears (Japan), APSP 018 (LP)

  Note: this record is accompanied with a 28-page booklet.

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017 - TANGO: Jon Rose, Martin Wesley-Smith

    1/ Tango                                                             5:52
    2/ Three Coffins For Paganini:
      2a/ Nicolo's Last Stand                                            4:43
      2b/ Devil's Chops                                                  5:23
      2c/ Noisy Parker                                                   4:31
    3/ Another Case                                                      4:24
    4/ Animal Farm                                                       6:12
    5/ Finnegan Wakes                                                    5:23
    6/ Weather                                                           5:37
    7/ A Long Gut                                                        3:31
    8/ Bottom End                                                        2:42
    9/ Last Tango                                                        2:51

    Recorded in the Electronic Music Studio of the New South Wales State
    Conservatorium of Music, Sydney (Australia) on December 28-30, 1983

  Jon Rose: violin; Martin Wesley-Smith: Fairlight CMI synthesizer.

    1984 - Hot Music (Australia), HOT 1009 (LP)

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018 - NEW MUSIC ARTICLES: various artists

  This tape features Jon Rose and Martin Wesley-Smith, Richard Vella, Trevor
  Pearce, Rik Rue, John Oswald, The Makers Of The Dead Travel Fast, Japanese
  Coke Ads, Australian Bicentennial Authority.

    1/ Tango

  Jon Rose: violin; Martin Wesley-Smith: Fairlight CMI.

    Recorded late 1983

    1984 - New Music Arcticles (Australia), NMATAPES-3 (CT)

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019 - KICKING AS ART FORM: Jon Rose, Simone De Haan

    1/ Another Slippery Morris                                           5:53
    2/ He's No Wombat                                                    4:59
    3/ Goals Of Desire                                                   3:04
    4/ Ballroom Bahavior                                                 4:41
    5/ Authentic Korean Folk Song                                        3:43
    6/ Tradition Irish Melody                                            1:26
    7/ Kookaburra - Fair Dinkum                                          4:37
    8/ Lullaby In Birdland                                               3:18
    9/ Cold Toast And Vegemite                                           1:40
    10/ Distiguishing Marks                                              4:50
    11/ Gumly Gumly                                                      2:55   
    12/ Balmain Tigers v. The Rest                                       8:32

    Recorded at the Llewellyn Hall, Canberra on August 6 and 9, 1984

  Simone De Haan: trombone; Jon Rose: 5 string violin, 16 string violin, re-
  volving speaker, double piston wheeling violin.

    1984 - Fringe Benefit (Australia), FBR 49 (LP)

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020 - THE RELATIVE BAND FESTIVAL '84: The Relative Band

    Side 1/ untitled tracks
    Side 2/ untitled tracks

    Side 1 recorded at ABC Radio Studio, Sydney on April 12, 1984
    Side 2 recorded at Cellblock Theatre, Sydney on April 7, 1984

  Marcel Cuypers: piano, soprano; Jim Denley: flute, alto, flax; Luc Houtkamp:
  tenor, alto; Maggie Nicols: voice; Richard Ratajczak: bass; Jon Rose:
  violin, 19-string cello; Roger Turner: percussion; Simone De Haan (side 2
  only): trombone.

    1985 - Pedestrian Tapes (Australia), PX 13 (CT)

  Note: two tracks on side 1 are available on FORWARD OF SHORT LEG (1987).

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021 - DEVILS AND ANGELS: Jon Rose

    1/ The Trampoline Effect                    (Rose)                  25:06
    2/ Many Tongues                             (Rose)                   5:02
    3/ Born Again                               (Rose)                   3:44
    4/ Tell It                                  (Rose)                  12:06
    5/ The Halleluja Shuffle                    (Rose)                   5:24

    (1) recorded in Sydney, Australia on October 13, 1984
    (2-5) recorded in Sydney, Australia on November 9, 1984

  Jon Rose: 5 string amplified violin with revolving speaker, 19 string am-
  plified cello with stereophonic sound projection.

    1984 - Fringe Benefit Records (Australia), FBR 53 (LP)

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022 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 3: various artists

  This magazine/tape features John Zorn "Cobra" (1), John Zorn/Tenko (2), 
  David Moss Dense Band (3,4), Lindsay Cooper (5), Dr. Nerve (6,7), Half 
  Japanese (8), The Lo Yo Yo (9,10), Christian Marclay "Tower Of Babel" (11),
  Lurex 4/Elliott Sharp (12).

  Jon Rose plays on two tracks with David Moss Dense Band:
	
    3/ Goliath                                  (Moss)                   4:35
    4/ Marclay's Dance                          (Moss)                   5:55

    Recorded live at Moers Festival, Germany on May 26, 1985

  David Moss: vocal, percussion; Tenko: vocal, guitar; Jon Rose: violin, cel-
  lo; Wayne Horvitz: keyboards; Fred Frith: bass; Christian Marclay: turnta-
  bles.

    1985 - Bad Alchemy (Germany), No. 3 (magazine+CT)

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023 - THE RELATIVE BAND '85 

    1/ Soft & Fragile                           (JR, EC, DM)
    2/ Billy Jean Stings                        (JD, DM, EC)
    3/ You'll Never Walk Again                  (JD, DM, EC, JR, GMcG)  
    4/ Hands Up (Psycho Drama Pt.1)             (JR, EC)
    5/ Oh-O-Oh                                  (GMcG, JR, JD, DM, SM, EC)
    6/ Gone With The Wind                       (JD, SM)
    7/ Tel Aviv Bats                            (SM, JD, EC, DM, GMcG, JR)
    8/ Cool School                              (SM, JD, EC, DM, GMcG, JR)
    9/ Come On Jon (Psycho Drama Pt.2)          (JR, EC, DM, JD)
    10/ Is It Catching                          (GMcG, EC, DM, JR)
    11/ Moore Stings                            (JD, DM, SM)
    12/ Conversations With Jollian McGrose      (JR, GMcG)
    13/ Lumps                                   (JD, JR, GMcG)
    14/ No Way/The Last Word                    (EC, JR, DM, SM)

    (1,2,4,6,8,11-13) recorded at ABC Studios on April 11, 1985
    (3,5,7,9,10,14) recorded live at the Performance Space on April 1985

  Gillian McGregor: voice; Jim Denley: flax, alto, flute; Steve Moore: sopra-
  no; Jon Rose: 5-string violin, 19-string, 2-string poly styrene bass; 
  Eugene Chadbourne: electric and acoustic guitars, rake, vocals; David Moss: 
  percussion, voice, electronics.

    1985 - Hot Music (Australia), HOTLP 1017 (LP)

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024 - FEATURISMS: Jon Rose

    1985 (1986?) -  Time Based Arts (Netherlands), ??? (CT)

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025 - A ROOM WITH A VIEW: Shelley Hirsch, Jon Rose

    1/ On A Windy Day You'oo Came My Way                                 5:58
    2/ Would You Are/Could You Are                                       2:29
    3/ Forest Music                                                      1:26
    4/ Hush Now                                                          1:49
    5/ Westerwears                                                       1:48
    6/ I've Got The Bread Basket, Babe                                   3:00
    7/ What's This Jazz All About                                        4:46
    8/ Singers                                                           3:24
    9/ You'd Be Someone Else If You Didn't                               3:03
    10/ One Step Over                                                    3:26
    11/ Am I Blue                                                        2:14
    12/ Stuck                                                            3:13
    13/ Sunshine                                                         0:18
    14/ It's Time Squeaky Bonk                                           3:50
    15/ La La La Li La La                                                1:22

    Recorded in Amsterdam on July 20, 1985

  Shelley Hirsch: voice; Jon Rose: amplified 19-string cello.

    1985 - Hot Music (Australia), HOT LP 1019 (LP)

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026 - VARIO 20/21/19/12/6

    1/ Open The Box				(Vario 20)		 3:10
    2/ Sans Phrase				(Vario 21)		 4:15
    3/ Idem/g					(Vario 19)		 2:55
    4/ Idem/s					(Vario 19)		 5:20
    5/ Trinom					(Vario 12)		 2:30
    6/ Pas A Pas				(Vario 12)		 6:05
    7/ Fazit/x					(Vario 6)		 6:03
    8/ Fazit/y					(Vario 6)		 2:30
    9/ Fazit/z					(Vario 6)		 3:30
    
    (1) recorded live during festival Saiten, Werkstatt Sudstadt, Hannover
    on June 29, 1985
    (2) recorded live during Impromptu '85, Langenhagen on November 23, 1985
    (3,4) recorded live in Kunsthalle, Bremen on May 11, 1985
    (5,6) recorded live at Historisches Museum, Hannover on May 4, 1983
    (7-9) recorded live during Moers Festival on May 22, 1983
    Produced by Günter Christmann and Burkhard Hennen

  Vario 20 (1): Günter Christmann (trombone), Gerd Glasmer (drums), Shelley
  Hirsch (vocals), Gyde Knebush (harp), Torsten Müller (bass), Jon Rose 
  (violin), Joe Sachse (guitar), Ladonna Smith (viola), Davey Williams (gui-
  tar).
  Vario 21 (2): Günter Christmann (trombone), Wolfgang Fuchs (sopranino),
  Shelley Hirsch (vocals), Torsten Müller (bass), Roger Turner (percussion).
  Vario 19 (3,4): Günter Christmann (trombone), Paul Lovens (percussion), Phil
  Minton (vocals), Torsten Müller (bass), John Russell (guitar).
  Vario 12 (5): Günter Christmann (trombone), Torsten Müller (bass), John 
  Russell (guitar).
  Vario 12 (6): Günter Christmann (trombone), Phil Minton (vocals), Torsten
  Müller (bass), John Russell (guitar).
  Vario 6 (7-9): Maarten Altena (double bass), Günter Christmann (trombone),
  Paul Lovens (percussion).  

    1986 - Moers Music (Germany), Moers Music 02048 (LP)

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*** - CHADBOURNE AND ROSE

    Recorded live at Links Hall on April 19, 1986

  Jon Rose: violin; Eugene Chadbourne: guitar, the rake.

    1986 - Chadbourne's label, ??? (CT)

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027 - COUNTRY MUSIC OF SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA: Eugene Chadbourne

    1/ The Bully Song
    2/ Private Club
    3/ My Gas Tank Runs on Booze
    4/ I'm Sorry
    5/ The Dog Song
    6/ My Uncle Used to Love Me But She Died
    7/ Music From Canadasmania
       a/ Light My fire
       b/ Workingman Blues
    8/ Train Medley
       a/ Freight Train
       b/ Take the A Train
    9/ Willie Medley
       a/ On the Road Again/I Fall to Pieces
       b/ Nightlife
    10/ Australia Medley
	a/ You Just Can't Win
	b/ Sheik of Scrubby Creek

    Recorded in Australia and the Island of Canadazmania in 1977

  Eugene Chadbourne: guitar, vocal, rake, plunger; David Moss: Dr. Rhythm box, 
  Mylar, Fucked-up snare, woodblocks, measuring cups, Lego motors, dead micro-
  phone, 1/2 watt guitar amp, frightening vocals, 6" cymbal, human cheeks; Jon
  Rose: violin, piano; Rik Rue: tape recordings of machines, animals, vomi-
  ting, native rituals, arguments, warfare, miscellaneous disturbances.

    1986 - RRRecords (USA), ??? (LP)
    1997 - Entropy Stereo Recordings (USA), ESR002 (CD)

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028 - EC 198666: Eugene Chadbourne

    1/ Amerikkka Stands Tall -- Libya Version   (Chadbourne)             1:47
    2/ Jesus Protects Mexico                    (Chadbourne)             3:00
    3/ Devil On The Radio                       (Chadbourne)             3:00
    4/ You Can't Roller Skate In A Buffalo Herd (Roger Miller)           2:12
    5/ Skip A Rope                              (Henson Cargill)         2:50

    Recorded at Lisle Institute of CB Terror in April 1986

  Eugene Chadbourne; Jon Rose: violin, 19-string cello.

    1986 - Ralph Records (USA), EC8666 (7")

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029 - MASCHINENSTURMER : Pohl Music

  Jon Rose; etc.

    1986 (?) - ??? (Germany), ? (LP)

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030 - BAD ALCHEMY NO. 7: various artists

  This magazine/tape features music by Jon Rose, Anliker/Muller, Nachtluft,
  Merzbow, Des Traces, Sharp/Noyes, Guy Klucevsek, Jung Analysts, Loch Ness 
  Monster, Hnas.

    1/ Sleepless Nights pt.1                    (Rose)                   7:45
    12/ Sleepless Nights pt.2                   (Rose)                   2:45

   Recorded on December 20, 1986

  Jon Rose: acoustic violin.

    1987 - Bad Alchemy (Germany), No. 7 (magazine+CT)

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031 - THE ART OF MUTATION: Jon Rose

    1/ Paganini's Last Run						 0:43
    2/ In Company							 0:54
    3/ Paganini's Last Gasp						 0:20
    4/ Blow Out								 3:23
    5/ Flesh And Bones							 1:28
    6/ Molto Perpetuo							 3:20
    7/ The Twitch							 1:02
    8/ The Growth							 1:21
    9/ The Bites							 2:51
    10/ The Art Of Mutation						 4:16
    11/ Sacred Cow							 2:12
    12/ Spaghetti Ma Non Troppo						 7:28
    13/ How To Get That Authentic Brahms Sound				 1:43
    14/ Waltzing Mathilda			(trad.)			 2:03
    15/ Aerobics Class						 	 2:11
    16/ Sophisticated Lady			(Ellington)		 2:23
    17/ Adagio - As Long As A Piece Of					 4:38
    18/ See You Later							 4:01
 
    (1) recorded in Berlin in 1986
    (2) recorded on Dangar Island, Australia in 1978
    (3,15) recorded in 1986
    (4) recorded in Australia in 1984
    (5,7) recorded in 1980
    (6) recorded in Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin in 1986
    (8,10) recorded in 1981
    (9) recorded off the coast of New South Wales in 1984
    (11) recorded from ABC, Sydney in 1983
    (12) recorded in San Gimignano, Italy in 1985
    (13,14) recorded in 1985
    (16) recorded at "The Basement", Sydney in 1977   
    (17) recorded at the Middelberg New Music Festival, Holland in 1985
    (18) recorded on the Mundi Mundi Plains, Australia in 1986

  Jon Rose: 19-string cello, voice, quarter size, 2-string violin, aeolian 
  twin neck with sail, multiple string frame, 10-string double violin with 
  double bow, 19-string violin with electronics, tromba mariner, 7-string 
  cello, 25 meter, 5-string installation violin, triple neck, 9-string, double
  piston, wheeling violin, electronics; Slaughterhouse Band (11): Michael 
  Tinney (bass guitar), John Gillies (drums), Jon Rose (5-string violin); 
  Tiziana Simona (12): voice; Marguerite Pepper (15): instructor; Bob Abrahams
  (16): piano; Bruce Burdett (16): drums; Greg Ellis (16): bass.
 
    1987 - Kunstlerhaus Bethanien (Germany), Stasch 12 (LP)

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032 - TAPE REPORT #3: various artists

  This tape features Deep Freeze Mice, Jon Rose, Controlled Bleeding, Motor
  Totemist Guild, Architects Office, Josef K. Noyce, etc.

  Jon Rose plays on one track under his name:

    ?/ Untitled                                 (Rose)

    1987 (?) - Die Ind (Austria), ??? (CT)


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033 - KULTURAL TERRORISM: Eugene Chadbourne, Jon Rose

    1/ 1st Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)       2:03
    2/ 2nd Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)       5:21
    3/ 3rd Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)      13:10
    4/ 4th Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)       2:13
    5/ 5th Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)       5:15
    6/ 6th Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)       1:16
    7/ 7th Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)       1:44
    8/ 8th Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)       1:33
    9/ 9th Chair                                (Rose, Chadbourne)       6:01
    10/ 10th Chair                              (Rose, Chadbourne)       0:55
    11/ 1st Bed                                 (Rose, Chadbourne)       1:33

    Recorded at Tonstudio, Bamberg (West Germany) on March 17, 1987 with live
    extracts from a concert in Munich (March 15, 1987)
    (11) recorded in Amsterdam
    Produced by Jon Rose and Eugene Chadbourne

  Eugene Chadbourne: acoustic guitar, lap steel guitar, The Fender Plunger,
  The Harmonica, classical guitar, electric guitar, vocals; Jon Rose: acoustic
  violin, 19-string cello, 10-string double violin, The recently restored 
  Megaphone violin, The Piano Forte, vocals.

    1987 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7551 (LP)

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034 - THE PRESIDENT: Wayne Horvitz

    1/ Goes Round And Round                     (Horvitz)                4:09
    2/ Please Take That Train From My Door      (Horvitz)                4:31
    3/ From Town to Town                        (Horvitz)                2:49
    4/ One Bright Day                           (Horvitz)                4:02
    5/ Cadillac Ranch                           (Horvitz)                4:08
    6/ Gravity Fails                            (Horvitz)                3:35
    7/ The Bean                                 (Horvitz)                3:01
    8/ The Donna Song                           (Holcomb)                4:07
    9/ Short of Breath                          (Previte)                4:41
    10/ Early Risers                            (Horvitz)                3:22

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, drum programming, harmonica; Elliott Sharp: gui-
  tar; Doug Wieselman: tenor, rhythm guitar; Bill Frisell: guitar; Bobby
  Previte: drums, drum programming, keyboards; Dave Hofstra: electric bass,
  tuba; Robin Holcomb (8): keyboards; Jim Mussen: Emulator drums operation; 
  Nica (6): vocals; Jon Rose (8): unintentional cello.

    1987 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7528 (LP)
    2008 - no label (USA), ??? (CD-R)

  Note: (2,6,8,9) are also available on THIS NEW GENERATION (1987).

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035 - THIS NEW GENERATION: Wayne Horvitz

  All selections from this record were previously available on DINNER AT EIGHT
  (1986) and THE PRESIDENT (1987).

    1/ Dinner At Eight                          (Horvitz)                1:43
    2/ This New Generation                      (Horvitz)                3:25
    3/ 3 Questions                              (Horvitz)                2:34
    4/ True                                     (Horvitz)                2:49
    5/ Extra Extra                              (Horvitz, Wieselman)     3:29
    6/ Conjunction For C.B.                     (Horvitz)                2:29
    7/ Please Take That Train From My Door      (Horvitz)                4:31
    8/ In Fields They Lay                       (Horvitz)                2:38
    9/ Second Line                              (Horvitz)                4:10
    10/ These Hard Times                        (Horvitz)                4:14
    11/ Danced All Night                        (Horvitz)                2:31
    12/ Reprise For C.B.                        (Horvitz)                3:19
    13/ Gravity Fails                           (Horvitz)                3:36
    14/ Short Of Breath                         (Previte)                4:41
    15/ The Donna Song                          (Holcomb)                4:07

    Recorded in September 1985
    Produced by Wayne Horvitz

  Wayne Horvitz: keyboards, drum programming, harmonica; Chris Brown (3,6,11,
  12): gazamba, wing; Bill Frisell (13-15): guitar; Dave Hofstra (7,13-15):
  electric bass, tuba; Joey Peters (4,10): electronic drums; Bobby Previte
  (13-15): drums, drum programming, keyboards; Elliott Sharp (1-3,7): guitars,
  bass; Doug Wieselman (1,2,6,7,9,13-15): clarinet, tenor, rhythm guitar;
  Robin Holcomb (15): keyboards; Jim Mussen (7,13): emulator drums operation;
  Nica (13): vocals; Jon Rose (15): unintentional cello.

    1987 - Elektra Musician (USA), 9 60759-1 (LP)
    1987 - Elektra Musician (USA), 9 60759-2 (CD)

  Note: (14,15) are not available on the LP pressing.

  See THE PRESIDENT (1987) for further references on (15).

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036 - FORWARD OF SHORT LEG: Jon Rose

  This record features Jon Rose in different combinations with David Moss,
  Elliott Sharp, Evan Parker, Shelley Hirsch, Paul Rutherford, Eugene 
  Chadbourne, Roger Turner, Wayne Horvitz, Barry Guy, Christian Marclay, John
  Russell, Jim Denley, Luc Houtkamp, Maggie Nicols, Fred Frith, Michael 
  Tinney, Richard Ratajczak, Marcel Cuypers, Jo 'Doc' Rosenberg, Tenko, John
  Gillies.

    1/ In The Covers                            (improvisation)          1:46
    2/ Third Man                                (improvisation)          2:57
    3/ Square Of Deep                           (improvisation)          2:59
    4/ Backward Of Point                        (improvisation)          4:34  
    5/ Second Slip                              (improvisation)          1:49    
    6/ Square Leg                               (improvisation)          5:58    
    7/ On The Boundary                          (improvidation)          2:22  
    8/ First Slip                               (improvisation)          2:22    
    9/ Long On                                  (improvisation)          2:57    
    10/ Mid Off                                 (improvisation)          0:41  
    11/ New Feet                                (improvisation)          2:36  
    12/ The Ashes                               (improvisation)          2:58  
    13/                                         (Rose)                   2:22
      13a/ No Ball
      13b/ Hendrix Declares
      13c/ Parker In The Gulley
    14/ Billy Bong (Bang) For Six               (improvisation)          2:38
    15/ Fine Leg (3 extracts)                   (improvisation)          4:37      
    16/ Shuffle                                 (improvisation)          1:10

    (1,3) recorded in Sydney in 1983
    (2,5) recorded in Sydney in 1984
    (4) recorded in London in 1981
    (6,13,15) recorded in New York City in 1986
    (7) recorded in Mainz in 1985
    (8) recorded in Basel in 1985
    (14) recorded in Wuppertal in 1985
    (9) recorded in London in 1980
    (10) recorded Chicago in 1986
    (11,16) recorded in Vienna in 1985

  Jon Rose: violin, 19 string electric violin, cello, 19 string cello, piano;
  Michael Tinney (1,3): bass guitar; John Gillies (1,3): drums; Maggie Nicols
  (2,5): voice; Jim Denley (2,5): flute, flax; Luc Houtkamp (2,5): tenor;
  Marcel Cuypers (2,5): piano; Roger Turner (2,4,5): percussion; Richard
  Ratajczak (2,5): contrebass; Paul Rutherford (4): trombone; Elliott Sharp
  (6,13): guitar/bass; Wayne Horvitz (6,11,13,16): keyboards; David Moss (7,8,
  11,14,16): voice, percussion; Eugene Chadbourne (10): Fender plunger; Evan
  Parker (9): soprano; Barry Guy (9): contrebass; John Russell (9): guitar;
  Fred Frith (11,16): guitar; Tenko (11,16): voice; Christian Marclay (11,16):
  turntables; Jim Meneses (11,16): drums; Shelley Hirsch (15): voice.

    1987 - Dossier Records (Germany), ST 7529 (LP)

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037 - LES DOMESTIQUES: Jon Rose, Joëlle Léandre

    1/ Cuisine À La Charlie                                              1:19
    2/ The Door                                                          2:16
    3/ Soap Opera                                                        5:12
    4/ The Bed                                                           0:50
    5/ Prix Du Disque                                                    3:50
    6/ Wet Hair Waltz                                                    1:15
    7/ The Removalist                                                    1:17
    8/ Ironic Board                                                      1:58
    9/ La Fenêtre                                                        4:10
    10/ La Toilette                                                      1:03
    11/ Ornamets                                                         1:56
    12/ The Stairs                                                       2:56
    13/ The Bathroom                                                     2:12
    14/ The Dog (Merci Biscotte)                                         1:42
    15/ The Fridge                                                       1:43
    16/ Le T.V.                                                          2:04
    17/ Old Carpets                                                      2:10
    18/ Late Night Movie                                                 1:05
    19/ Phone Message                                                    1:58

    Recorded in 1987
    Production by Jon Rose

  Jon Rose: 19-string cello, violin, megaphone violin, 2-string pedal board, 
  10-string double violin, 16-string longneck violin and revolving speaker, 
  domestic instruments; Joëlle Léandre: bass, vocal, domestic instruments. 
  
    1987 - Konnex (Germany), Konnex ST 5019 (LP)

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038 - VIVISECTION: Jon Rose

    1/ Paganini's Surgery                                                2:42
    2/ Exit Dance                                                        3:18
    3/ Budapest In Flames                                                2:24
    4/ First Cut                                                         3:19
    5a/ The Believers (Part 1)                                           6:26
    5b/ The Believers (Part 2)                                           2:01
    6/ Open Wounds                                                       2:51
    7/ Another CD Accident                                               1:27
    8/ Transfusion                                                       3:02
    9/ Madonna And Child                                                 7:31
    10/ Do The Razor Blade                                               0:38
    11/ Amazing Cage                                                     6:32
    12/ Panic Button                                                     1:16
    13/ Taking A String For A Walk                                       3:59
    14/ Straight Batting-Bowing                                          3:21

    Recorded in 1987

  Jon Rose: violin, 19-string cello, amplified bow, cello, door apparatus, 
  multi violin/string frame construction, 2-string pedalboard, trapezoidal
  viola, cello/violin combination instrument, megaphone 1/2 size violin;
  Laetitia Royackers (7): guitar; Alvin Curran (11): piano, electronics; 
  Elke Schipper: voice; John Jacobs: mixing.

    1987 - Aufruhr Records, Aufruhr 67013 (LP)

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039 - LIVE IN EUROPE: David Moss Dense Band

    1/ Two To Three To Tango                    (Moss, Frith)            4:07
    2/ Re-Shuffle                               (Moss, Frith)            4:09
    3/ Day To Climb                             (Moss, Frith)            4:20
    4/ Full Step                                (Moss, Frith)            4:18
    5/ Glider                                   (Moss, Frith)            3:18
    6/ Neural Sense                             (Moss, Frith)            4:30
    7/ Song Of The Possible                     (Moss, Frith)            4:43
    8/ Slant Lines                              (Moss, Chaine)           5:38
    9/ Slow Talking                             (Moss)                   5:17
    10/ Miniscus                                (Cora, Moss, Frith)      4:40
    11/ Swayaway                                (Moss, Frith)            4:28

    Recorded at "Musique Action 87" in Vandoeuvre, France on May 23, 1987

  David Moss: drums, vocals; Wayne Horvitz: DX 7, DX 100, harmonica; Christian
  Marclay: turntables, records; Jon Rose: 19-string cello, violin; Jean 
  Chaine: electric bass.

    1988 - Ear-Rational, ELP 1004 (LP)
    1988 - Ear-Rational, ECD 1004 (CD)

  Note: (10,11) are only available on the CD pressing.

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040 - NUIT DES SOLOS: solo performances during the festival of Vandoeuvre-les-
  Nancy

  This record features solo improvisations by David Moss, Elliott Sharp, Jill
  Jaffee, Anthony Coleman, Jean-François Pauvros, Jagger Naut, Christian 
  Marclay, Carol Emanuel, Tom Cora, Guigou Chenevier, Louis Sclavis, John 
  Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Jon Rose.

    15/ no title                                                         4:25
  
    Recorded live at Vandoeuvre, France on May 22, 1987

  Jon Rose: violin.

    1988 - Van d'Oeuvre, 8802 (LP)

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041 - PAGANINI'S LAST TESTIMONY: Jon Rose

    1/ Paganini's Last Testimony                                        56:58

    Recorded 1988

  Jon Rose: normal violin, 10-string double violin, baby megaphone violin,
  19-string cello, amplified bow and sampling.

    2/ Violin Language                                                   9:18

    Recorded 1988

  Jo "Doc" Rosenberg: violin; Bi Bang Bop: electric bass; Ko Plunk: double
  bass; Hi H'Tien: drums; The Strings of People's National Entertainments
  Orchestra; No Yu Dont: linguistics expert.

    1989 - Konnex (Germany), KCD 5021 (CD)

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042 - SLAWTERHAUS: Slawterhaus

    ???? - ???, ??? (CT)

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043 - NEW MUSIC ARTICLES: various artists

  This tape features Ernie Althoff & Graeme Davis, Ernie Gallagher, Greg
  Schiemer, Ron Nagorcka, Jon Rose, Helen Gifford, Keith Humble, Percy
  Grainger.

    5/ Instrumentum Diabolicum

  Jon Rose: violin.

    1989 - New Music Articles (Australia), NMATAPES-7 (CT)

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044 - DIE BEETHOVEN KONVERSATIONEM/INSTRUMENTUM DIABOLICUM: Jon Rose

    1/ Die Blitzberg Variationen                                         6:05
    2/ Opus 136 Streichquintett                                          4:58
    3/ Monkhoven                                                         4:44
    4/ Die Kreuzberg Sonate                                              5:06
    5/ In Search Of The Big Tune                                         3:10
    6/ Split Ear Drum                                                    4:31
    7/ Kann Es Sein? Soll Es Sein? Muss Es Sein? Darf Es Sein?           5:54
    8/ Beethoven In The Bath                                            10:00
    9/ Instrumentum Diabolicum                                          22:54

    (1-8) recorded at Tonstudio Jauk, Graz (Austria) on March 13 and 14, 1989
    (9) recorded in Vienna (Austria) in June 1989

  Jon Rose: violin, cello, 19-string cello, computer controlled synthesizer;
  Prof. Boris Blitzberg (1-8): piano; Abdullah Ayasofia Pansiyons (1-8): per-
  cussion; Mr. Aha May (1-8): bass; Otto David (1-8): voice; Fischmann 
  Streichquartett (1-8): strings; Fiedlerhaus Kammerorchester Graz (1-8): 
  orchestra; Elke Hartmann (9): recitation; Franz Josef Csencsits (9): recita-
  tion.

    1990 - Extraplatte, EX 106CD (CD)

  Note: the recording year for (1-8) is not given; 1989 is simply a guess.

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045 - VIOLIN MUSIC FOR RESTAURANTS FEATURING THE LEGENDARY JO "DOC" ROSENBERG: 
  Jon Rose

    1-11/ Tables 1-11
    12/ Children's Table
    13-14/ Tables 13-14
    15/ The Last Table

  Jon Rose: violin, 19 string cello, sampling; Miroslav Stepan (1): bass; Niki 
  Ceausescu (1): piano; Fred Boisoi (1): drums; Derek Bailey (2): guitar, 
  voice; Luc Houtkamp (4): sampling, sequencing; Joëlle Léandre (7): voice; 
  Misha Mengelberg (8): piano; Barre Phillips (12): bass; Alvin Curran (13): 
  electric organ; Eugene Chadbourne (15): vocal.

    16/ Costa Del Barcarole
    17/ Peanut Polka
    18/ Do You Know The One That Goes Like
    19/ Lost In M.O.R.
    20/ The Paradise Club
    21/ Flying Lessons (From Space Violins)

  Jon Rose: violin, piano, amplified bow with computer interface, synthesi-
  zer.
    
    1991 - ReR/Cuneiform, ReR BJR (CD)

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046 - SLAWTERHAUS LIVE

    1/ "Na, Wo Wolln Mer Denn Hin?"                                      5:42
    2/ Unplanned Economy                                                 9:08
    3/ Holidays In Cottbus                                              10:29
    4/ I Want My Wall Back                                              16:03
    5/ Hotel Stadt Berlin                                                5:13
    6/ Escape To The East                                                4:14 
    7/ Das Ist Kein Cello                                                4:20
    8/ Kinder, Waffen, Funk                                              4:27

    (1-6) recorded live on October 6, 1990 at the Victoriaville Festival
    (7-8) recorded live on April 22, 1988 at the Festival de Jazz de Hofheim

  Jon Rose: violin, electronics, synthesizer, cello; Peter Hollinger: drums, 
  pieces of metal; Johannes Bauer: trombone; Dietmar Diesner: reeds, electro-
  nics. 

    1991 - Les Disques Victo (Canada), VICTO cd 013 (CD)

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047 - 2 REAL VIOLIN STORIES: THE MOZART INDUSTRY and SAINT JOHANNA: Jon Rose

    1-8/ The Mozart Industry                    (Rose)                  30:09
    9-19/ Saint Johanna                         (Rose)                  36:33

  John Rose: voice, violin, bass, computer controlled instruments; Irina Wanka
  (1-8): voice; Almut Henkel (1-8): voice; Suzanne Walter-Freyler (1-8): 
  voice; Jutta Hans (1-8): voice; Michael Thomas (1-8): voice; Shelley Hirsch
  (9-19): voice; Peter Hollinger (9-19): drums.

    1991 - Extraplatte (Austria), EX 176 CD (CD)

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048 - BLOTTER LSDC&W 2001: Eugene Chadbourne

    3/ The Dog Song
    4/ My Gas Tank Runs on Booze
    5/ Private KKKlub
    11/ I'm Sorry

    Recorded in Sydney Australia by Allesio M. Cavallara

  Jon Rose: violin, piano; David Moss: mylar, fucked up snare, woodblocks,
  measuring cups, lego motors, dead microphone, 1/2 watt guitar amp, vocals,
  Chinese cymbals, cheeks); Rik Rue: tape recordings of machines, animals,
  vomiting, native rituals, arguments, warfare, miscellaneous disturbances;
  Eugene Chadbourne: other instruments.

    1992 (?) - Delta Recording Company (Austria), DRCD2 (CD)

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049 - HARE - HUNTER - FIELD: various artists

  This record features Helene Sage (1), The Grief (2), Von Magnet (3), 
  Katharina Klement (4), Syllyk (5), Das Synthetische Mischgewebe (6), Jon 
  Rose (7), Durutti Column (8), Asmus Tietchens (9), Bel Canto Orquestra (10), 
  Alfred 23 Harth (11), Schimana Elizabeth (12), Tenko + Kenichi Takeda (13), 
  Architects Office (14), Violence and the Sacred (15), Muslimgauze + Hesskhe 
  Yadalanah (16).

    7/ The Future Looks More And More Just Like The Past 		 5:40

    Recorded live at Reichenbergerstrasse, Berlin on June 4th, 1992

  Jon Rose:  violin + interactive software based on "Bow Pressure"; Laetitia
  Royackers: voice samples.

    1992 - Johnny Blue/Carbo (Portugal), JOY 004 (CD)

  Note: comments from Jon Rose:

    "The pressure of the bow hair on the strings of the violin is measured,
    converted to midi, and used to trigger, modulate and interact with the
    sampled voice.  The very minimal violin playing is not something I do very 
    often but there's a place for every thing at some time...  I reckon, don't 
    you?"

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050 - RED TRAIN - KUNSTZUGMUSIK: various artists
  
  The record features The Naked Lunch (1,19), Micro Oper (2-4), Dr. Grete
  Wehmeyer & Dieter E. Neuhaus (5), Sandra Coutinho (6,8,16), The Blech (7,
  17), Cornelia Niemann & Annemarie Roelofs (8,10), Jon Rose (11), Betty
  Striewe & Stefan Irmer (12,14), The Tape (13), David Garland (15), Martin 
  Neubauer (18,20,22), Harald Lillmeyer (21). 
  
    11/ Die Blitzberg Variationen               (Jon Rose)
  
    1992 - Musik Der Zukunft (Germany?), ??? (CD)

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051 - THE VIRTUAL VIOLIN: Jon Rose

    1/ The Orchestra Of Ancient Guts 1                                   4:07
    2/ Mr. Aha May Comes To Town                                        10:25
    3/ The Future Looks More And More Just Like The Past                 4:30
    4/ The Orchestra Of Ancient Guts 2                                   3:53
    5/ Play It Again, Doc                                               34:40
    6/ The Virtual Violin                                                5:46
    7/ Rosenberg In The Outback                                          2:00

    Recorded in 1990

  Jon Rose; actors and actresses: Boris Zeglinski, Mr. Aha May, Shelley 
  Hirsch, Laetitia Royackers, John Ewing, Andrew Tye, Jo "Doc" Rosenberg, 
  Carol Skinner, Jon Rose, Jennifer Hagen, The Orchestra Of Ancient Guts, 
  Nancy Jane, Jimmi Rosenberg, Valerie Bader, Jody Gilbert, Karen Rosenberg.

    1993 - Megaphone, Mega 009 (LP/CD)

  Note: (7) only available on CD.

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052 - MONUMENTAL: Slawterhaus Quartet

    1/ #1                                                                1:54
    2/ #2                                                                0:59
    3/ #3                                                                0:52
    4/ #4                                                                1:07
    5/ #5                                                                2:03
    6/ #6                                                                3:24
    7/ #7                                                                0:25
    8/ #8                                                                1:52
    9/ #9                                                                3:48
    10/ #10                                                              2:13
    11/ #11                                                              2:06
    12/ #12                                                              1:15
    13/ #13                                                              2:10
    14/ #14                                                              7:44
    15/ #15                                                              1:03
    16/ #16                                                              5:03
    17/ #17                                                              1:50
    18/ #18                                                              1:19
    19/ #19                                                              2:11   
    20/ #20                                                              1:46
    21/ #21                                                              2:23
    22/ #22                                                              0:50
    23/ #23                                                              0:35
    24/ #24                                                              6:40   

    Recorded on September 26 and 27, 1992
    Produced by Intakt Records

  Johannes Bauer: trombone; Dietmar Diesner: saxes, electronics; Peter
  Hollinger: drums, percussion; Jon Rose: keyboards, violin, 19 string cello. 

    1993 - Intakt, Intakt 030 (CD)

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053 - PULLED MUSCLES: Jon Rose

  Music satire on sports/politics.

    A/
      1/ Warm Up Exercises                                               1:40
    B/
      2/ Boxing                                                          3:10
    C/  Moves And Games (in Six Movements)
      3/  Palmaris Longus                                                2:34
      4/  Flexor Digitorum Brevis                                        5:13
      5/  Semi Membranosus                                               5:12
      6/  Sartorisus And Gracilis                                        4:50
      7/  The Sternocleidomastoideus Problem                             2:42
      8/  Quadratus Lumborum                                             5:38
    D/ Die Athletische Violine (in Three Movements)
      9/  Ouvertüre                                                      1:21
      10/ Der Kampf Beginnt (The Battle Starts)                          1:51
      11/ Immer Weiter In Der Scheisse (Once More In The Shit)           0:48                                   
      11/ Immer Weiter In Der Scheiße (Once More In The Shit)            0:48
      12/ Das Tempo Ist Zu Langsam (Too Slow)                            3:25
      13/ Achtung! Achtung! (Watch Out)                                  1:30
      14/ Sie Sind In Spitzenform (They Are In Top Form)                 0:49
      15/ Tango                                                          1:33
      16/ Der Letzte Platz (The Last Place)                              2:22
      17/ Ich Muß Aufholen (I Have To Catch Up)                          0:58
      18/ Seine Hosen Sind Gefallen (Tango Wiederholen) (His Trousers
          Have Fallen Down)                                              2:53
      19/ Die Schwarze Lokomotive (The Black Train)                      2:22
      20/ Ist Die Führung Überholt? (...Leadership?)                     1:38
      21/ Fick Dich Doch Ins Knie (Fuck You In The Knee)                 1:40
      22/ Nein, Es Ist Das Andere Knie (No, It's The Other Knee)         1:01
      23/ Schluß Mit Pissen (Stop Pissing!)                              0:28
      24/ The Jessie Owens Final                                         4:50
      25/ Angreifen! Losgehen! (Attack! Let's Go)                        1:44
      26/ Schwarze Augen (Black Eyes)                                    3:04 

    (A-B) recorded by Jon Rose at Die Küche, Berlin on January 7, 1993 
    (C) recorded live at ABC, Sydney on November 27, 1991
    (D) recorded live at Varieté Chamäleon, Berlin on September 21, 1992 
    
  Jon Rose; Jakovy String Quartet (D): Corinna Jakoby (violin), Cornelia Rumpp
  (violin), Dorothea Jende (viola), Adelheid Schloemann (cello); Marie 
  Goyette (D): conductor with whistle & gun (!).

    1993 - Immigrant, 019 (CD)

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054 - BRAIN WEATHER - THE STORY OF THE ROSENBERG: An Opera Pervers by Jon Rose

    Brain Weather                               (Rose)
      1/ At The Dentist                                                  1:37
      2/ The Metal Violin - Jimmi Rosenberg                              1:28
      3/ The Jazz Violin - Jo 'Doc' Rosenberg                            1:11
      4/ In Court                                                        1:12
      5/ Meet The Rosenbergs                                             1:27
      6/ In Court (2)                                                    0:48
      7/ Robert Z. Rosenberg (1)                                         1:00
      8/ Close Encounters With Other Rosenbergs                          1:54
      9/ At The Hairdresser                                              1:20
      10/ Meet The Rosenbergs (2) And Dr. Johannes Rosenberg Conducts
          The Orchestra Of The Second Viennese School                    4:10
      11/ In Court (3)                                                   3:19
      12/ The Jazz Violin (2)                                            1:01
      13/ Close Encounters (2)                                           2:52
      14/ On The Shrink's Couch                                          1:44
      15/ Meet The Rosenbergs (3)                                        2:15
      16/ TV Psychic And Jo 'Doc' (3)                                    0:52
      17/ Rosenbergs Reunion Party                                       3:18
      18/ Golf, Golf, Golf: Fuck, Fuck, Fuck                             2:20
      19/ Robert Z. Rosenberg (2)                                        0:51
      20/ Violin On The Golf Course                                      4:47
      21/ In Court (4)                                                   1:38
      22/ Jimmi & Jo                                                     0:56
      23/ In Court (5)                                                   1:15
      24/ Definitions Of Truth/Untruth                                   2:34
      25/ Robert Z. Rosenberg (3)                                        0:46
      26/ In The Operating Theatre                                       2:53
      27/ Hole-In-One Nightmare                                          0:41
    28/ The Weather Man                         (Rose)                  20:04

    (1) recorded in January 1992, Sydney, Australia
    (2) recorded on June 12, 1992 in the Orchestra Studio of Saarlandischer
    Rundfunk

  Jon Rose: violin, electronic processing, vocals; Phil Minton (1): vocals; 
  Shelley Hirsch (1): vocals; Marie-Mart (1): vocals; John Krummel (1): voice; 
  Gillian Jones (1): voice.

    1993 - ReR, BJRCD2 (CD)

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055 - POSSIBLE FRUIT: Mia Zabelka

  This record features Mia Zabelka in duo with Helmut Bieler-Wendt, Leena
  Conquest, Malcolm Goldstein, Fernando Grillo, Peter Hollinger, Ron Judd,
  Werner Kodytek, Aha Maj, David Moss, Fritz Novotny, Klaus Peham, Ferdinand
  Richard, (Sirone?) Jon Rose, Marcin Troitsky, John Zorn.

  Jon Rose plays on one track: 
  
    5/ Language Linkage                         (Zabelka, Rose)          3:15
    
  Mia Zabelka: violin, voice; Sirone Jon Rose: double bass.

    1993 - Extraplatte (Austria), EX 172 093 (CD)

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056 - SWITCHBOX: Frank Schulte

  The Theme of Switchbox is communications systems, electronic networks,
  communication situations. The player/listener visualises households, units
  which represent their personal musical language, and their individual
  preferences.

    1/ untitled                                                         11:15
    2/ untitled                                                         10:41
    3/ untitled                                                         11:21
    4/ untitled                                                         12:22
    5/ untitled                                                         14:10

    Recorded from May to December 1994 in Cologne

  Frank Schulte: synthesizers, sampler, tapes, records, vocals, conductor;
  Anna Homler: vocals, toy instruments; Frank Gratowski: reeds; Thomas
  Heberer: trumpets; Axel Otto: soundtables, toys, tapes; David Moss: drums,
  vocals, electronics; Jon Rose: vocals, electronics; Andres Bosshard: tape-
  machinery, computer, matrix sound editing; Frank Samba: drums; Otomo
  Yoshihide: turntables, electric guitar; Dieter Manderscheid: kontrabass;
  Waldemar Rogoya: speaker; Bernard Mixon: speaker; Peter Schweiger: speaker.

    1995 - Recommended/No Man's Land (Germany), nml 9421 (CD)

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057 - VIOLIN MUSIC FOR SUPERMARKETS: Jon Rose

    1/ Kettle Piece                             (Rose)                   2:40
    2/ Mozak                                    (Rose)                   1:46
    3/ What Shall We Buy?                       (Rose)                   2:19
    4/ Window Shopping                          (Hank Williams)          2:04
    5/ The Mouth With Shopping List             (Rose)                   2:44
    6/ In The Queue                             (Rose)                   1:28
    7/ Techno Soap                              (Rose)                   4:05
    8/ Shopping In Italy                        (Rose)                   0:50
    9/ Shopping For The Bird                    (Rose)                   2:43
    10/ Tribal Chant                            (Rose)                   1:08
    11/ Shopping In Tuva                        (Rose)                   3:51
    12/ Screwing                                (Rose)                   1:44
    13/ All Gotta Go (Designer Violins Too)     (Rose)                   1:02
    14/ Shopping In Paris                       (Rose)                   1:23
    15/ Sharks Feeding                          (Rose)                   1:18
    16/ Post Cold War Shopping                  (Rose)                   0:58
    17/ Japanese Porn Ads                       (Rose)                   3:24
    18/ A Mystic Experience                     (Rose)                   1:36
    19/ Metal Car Advertising                   (Rose)                   3:25
    20/ The New Car                             (Chadbourne)             1:51
    21/ Shopping For Spare Parts                (Rose)                   0:37
    22/ Auction Of Priceless Jazz Records       (Rose)                   3:22
    23/ Budget Soap                             (Rose)                   2:32
    24/ Shopping Mall Choir                     (Rose)                   3:04
    25/ Shopping In Bangkok                     (Rose)                   3:48
    26/ Pumping The Metaphor                    (Rose)                   2:04
    27/ Princess & Zuba                         (Rose)                   1:16
    28/ Department Store (Shopping)             (Seaton)                 2:36
    29/ Picking Thru The Garbage                (Rose)                   2:16
    30/ The Chair That Thought It Was A Violin In A Firesale
						(Rose)                   0:30
    31/ Hey Diddle Diddle                       (Rose)                   3:20
    32/ Ray And Rayline                         (Rose)                   4:03
    33/ Mum's The Word                          (Rose)                   0:35

  Jon Rose: vocals, 19-string cello, sampling, ring modulator violin, piano,
  fake sting orchestra; Lucy Bell: soap acting; Miranda Otto: soap acting;
  Brian Rooney: soap acting; Noah Taylor: soap acting; The Orchestra Of 
  Ancient Guts (2); Eugene Chadbourne (4,20,29): vocals, banjo; The Checkouts 
  (4); Natasha Pschenitschkowa (6); The New Market Economy Gypsy Orchestra 
  (6); Tristan Hosinger (9): cello, vocal text; Sainkho (11): vocal, text; 
  Lauren Newton (12,26): vocal; Otomo Yoshihide (17): contribution (?); 
  Matsubara Sachiko (17): vocals; Jimmi 'Interactive' Rosenberg (19); Chris 
  Cutler (21,27): text; Frank Schulte (22): records; Choir Of The Aufruhr 
  (24); Fred Frith (25): opens his guitar case; Laura Seaton (28): violin, 
  vocal; Erik Friedlander (28): cello; Kevin Norton (28): drums, vocals, 
  samples; Chris De Chiara (31): computer programming.

    1994 - Megaphone Records (USA), Megaphone 016 (CD)

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058 - VIOLIN MUSIC IN THE AGE OF SHOPPING: Jon Rose

    1/ Traditional Shopping Call		(Rose)			 1:36
    2/ TV Shopping				(A. Kent)		 3:24
    3/ A Channel Surfer's Guide to the Information Industry
						(Rose)			 2:58
    4/ Elevator Girls				(Rose)			 3:00
    5/ Shopping Trolley Wars			(Rose)			 2:39
    6/ Temptation			 	(trad)			 3:11
    7/ Blind Faith				(Rose)			 1:52
    8/ Packaging / No Service Alarm Sequence	(Rose)			 1:21
    9/ Dream					(B. Bryant)		 3:12
    10/ The Shopping List (A)			(Rose)			 2:57
    11/ Is It Me?				(Rose)			 1:38
    12/ The Gift				(Rose)			 1:20
    13/ Shopping World				(Rose)			 1:56
    14/ The Shopping List (B)			(Rose)			 5:14
    15/ The Garbage Round Waltz			(Rose)			 4:05			
    16/ Closing Down Sale			(Rose) 			 1:58
    17/ Oo! That's Nice				(Rose)			 2:18
    18/ Tribal Chant				(Rose)			 3:21
    19/ Selling The Water			(Rose)			 1:13
    20/ It's a W(rapp)				(Rose)			 0:56
    21/ Let Me Sell You A Smile			(C. Chaplin)		 4:32
    22/ A Talking Machine			(Rose)			 0:37

    Recorded at Taktlos 94 Festival, Rote Fabrik, Zürich (Switzerland) on
    March 28, 1994

  Jon Rose: concept, text, arrangements, violin, interactive samples, muzak,
  toy violins, voice; Shelley Hirsch: voice; Chris Cutler: drums, electronic
  percussion, packaging; Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, guitar, samples, muzak,
  location shopping recordings; Irène Schweizer (?): piano; Matsubara Sachiko,
  Noda Shigeroni: elevator girls recordings; Rik Rue: shopping list compila-
  tion.

    1995 - Intakt Records (Switzerland), Intakt CD 038 (CD)

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059 - TATAKIURI - JAPAN/CHINA POINT OF SALES TOUR: Jon Rose, Otomo Yoshihide

    1/ Dr.Rosenberg In Tian'an Men Square                                0:32
    2/ Ethno Shop                                                        1:04
    3/ Opening Time                                                      2:04
    4/ Seicho Tsugaru Tatakiuri-bushi                                    2:39
    5/ Door To Door Salesman 1                                           0:54
    6/ Bargain Hunt Cult                                                 3:32
    7/ Beautiful Elevator Girl                                           2:22
    8/ Japanese Manga Shopping                                           4:03
    9/ Shopping Requiem                                                  4:07
    10/ Mao's Techno Rave                                                8:32
    11/ Door To Door Salesman 2                                          1:43
    12/ In Budget Paradise                                               1:05
    13/ Japanese Porn Ads 2                                              7:22
    14/ Stereo Balance Test                                              2:16
    15/ Daikoku-za TV shopping                                           3:59
    16/ Sohran Shopping                                                  4:13
    17/ Door To Door Salesman 3                                          4:50
    18/ Japanese Speedcore Shoppers                                      0:18
    19/ Water Businessman                                                2:42   
    20/ Shopping Tour In Peking - Live In Peking                         4:46   
    21/ Kaimono Urami-bushi                                              3:12
    22/ Memoirs Shopping                                                 0:57
    23/ Japanese Doom Shoppers                                           0:18

    (2,4,8,10,12,14,21) recorded at Gok Sound, Tokyo in April 1994
    (3,6,7,9,13,19,22) recorded at Shinjuku Pit Inn, Tokyo in April 1994
    (1,10,20) recorded in Peking, China in October 1994
    (5,11,17) recorded in Australia, during Winter 1994
    (16) recorded at Minami Aoyama Mandala, Tokyo in April 1994
    (15) recorded at Daikoku-za, Urakawa, Hokkaido in April 1994
 
  Dr.Johannes Rosenberg (1,10): voice; Mr. Aha May (1): voice; Tokyo Nammy (2,
  12,16): sampled voice, voice; Jon Rose: violin, washing, voice, organ, back 
  vocals; Otomo Yoshihide: sampler, remix, turntables, guitar, DAT, back voc-
  als, Doom Shop Singers; Tsunoda Tsuguto (2,4,6): sales samples; Matsubara 
  Sachiko (3,7,13,16,21): department girl, voice, elevator girl, samples, back
  vocals; Sato Michihiro (4,16,21): tsugaru-shamisen; Marie-Mart (5,11,17): 
  voice; Hojito Ryoji (5,13,17): Japanese salesman, piano, toys, Japanese 
  hardcore salesman; Nasuno Mitsuru (6,18,23): voice, Doom Shop Singers; 
  Nelson Hiu (6,9,16,19): Asian flute, voice, back vocals; Kimoto Kazuyoshi 
  (6): violin; Shimizu Masaki (6): bass; Yoshigaki Yasuhiro (6,23): drums, 
  voice, Doom Shop Singers; Noda Shigenori (7,23): elevator girl samples, 
  manager; Makigami Koichi (8,14,17): voice; Jo 'Doc' Rosenberg (8): violin; 
  Uchihashi Kazuhisa (9,15): guitar; Jimmi Rosenberg (10): violin; DJ 
  Car-House (10): turntables; Mao Tse-Tung (10): voice; DJ Mao (10): remix; 
  Hoppy Kamiyama (13): synthesizers; Shiba Tetsu (13): pianica; Kuroda Kyoko 
  (16): piano, back vocals; Uemura Masahiro (16): drums, back vocals; Zhang 
  Chun Sheng (20): Er-hu; Hu Xin Hang (20): voice; Pinako (23): cult laughter;
  Uchiyan (23): cult laughter.
 
    1995 - Sank-Ohso Discs/Creativeman Disc (Japan), CMDD-00017 (CD)

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060 - EINE VIOLINE FÜR VALENTIN: Jon Rose

  A homage to German physical comedian and filmmaker Karl Valentin by Jon Rose
  with music by Rose or based upon folk and popular cafe house melodies from 
  the time of Valentin. 

    1/ Upon This Nail, Karl Valentin Hung His Career and Became a Violinist
                                                (Rose)                   3:38
    2/ A Short History of the World             (Rose)                   2:43
    3/ Violinisations                           (Rose)                   2:24
    4/ Where Are You My Lost Violin?            (Rose)                   2:13
    5/ Violin Practice and Other Negations (UN) (trad., Rose)            4:48
    6/ The Masked Ball of the Animals           (Rose)                   2:33
    7/ How To Buy A Violin                      (Rose)                   9:18
    8/ Philosophy of Our Time                   (W. Kol, W. Kollo)       4:07
    9/ The German Laugenbretzel                 (Rose)                   3:02
    10/ Heaven and Hell                         (Rose)                   1:48
    11/ WRLDBRMFT                               (Rose)                   1:47
    12/ The Hungarian Saw                       (Hungarian trad.)        2:26
    13/ At The Lost Property Office             (Rose)                   4:14
    14/ Max's Song                              (R. Erwin, B. Jugel)     3:05
    15/ Last Scene                              (trad.)                  4:10
    16/ A Viennese Catastrophe                  (J. Schrammel)           3:17

    Recorded in Munich on March 31, 1993 and Vienna on November 17, 1994
    during radio broadcasts

  Jon Rose: violin, interactive samples, voice; Lauren Newton: voice, censor 
  buzzer; Max Gold: voice; Rudi Widerhofer: voice, lightning; Uli Gumpert: 
  piano, harmonium; Connie Bauer: trombone; Peter Hollinger: drums, door,
  military triangle, coffin, tea service, hammer, nails, swords, hat, saw,
  thunder sheet, etc; Frank Schulte: samples, record scratching, wind machine,
  phone. 

    1995 - No Wave (UK), NWCD 007 (CD)

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061 - SHOPPING LIST (unedited version): Jon Rose

  An ABC Live Radio Broadcast across Australia
  7-2-94 from Eugene Goossens Hall, Sydney.

    1-32/ untitled                                                      60:38

  Jon Rose: violin, concept, text, director; Amanda Stewart: voice, text;
  Melanie Oxley: voice, wind machine; Jim Denley: shop manager, voice, pic-
  colo; Rik Rue: list samples; Tony Buck: percussion, sound effects; Chris
  Abrahams: piano, muzak; Sheridan: guitar, sirene; The Song Company: Lonely
  Hearts; John Jacobs: sound engineer; The Listening Room: production.

    1995 - LOST, LOST 007 (CD)

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062 - THIS IS INTERNATIONAL TELECOM: The Dramatics

    1/ Hanky Disco Dip Panky Shit		(Colburn, Willett)
    2/ This is International Telecom		(Colburn, Willett)
    3/ Piano Repairman				(Colburn, Willett)
    4/ Tarzan Killed Me				(Colburn, Willett)
    5/ Stomache Full of Glitters		(Colburn, Willett)
    6/ Chimp Sucked Me				(Colburn, Willett)
    7/ Intergalactic with Cigarettes		(Colburn, Willett)
    8/ Dinner Party				(Colburn, Willett)
    9/ 99 Movies				(Colburn, Willett)
    10/ Club Leaf Foot Hopper			(Colburn, Willett)

    Produced by Jason Willett

  Martha Colburn: drums, radio shack organ, space drum, hot keyz, honker, 
  banjo, vocals, violin, slide whistle, percussion, synthesizer; Jason 
  Willett: bass, guitar, drums, trumpet, piano, banjo, harmonica, vocals, jazz
  telephone, violin, tape manipulation, turntable-melodica; guests: Walley the
  Duck (10): quacks; Tatsuya Yoshida (2): vocals; Eye Yamatsuka (10): vocals;
  Ophir, U.T. (2): vocals; 99 Hooker (9): saxophone; Pampers Christian (2): 
  vocals; Jad Fair (5): vocals; John Dierher (10): saxophone; Caroline Kraabel
  (2): slide whistle; Jon Rose (2): violin, vocals.

    1995 - Lissy's (England), Liss6 (LP)
    1995 - Megaphone Records (USA), Megaphone Limited 008 (CD)

  Note: the CD is a limited edition of 500 copies.

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063 - ROSENBERG'S REVISED TIMETABLES: Laboratorio Di Musica E Immagine - Jon
  Rose

    Recorded at Carillon Studio, Scascoli (Bologna) in February 1993 and April
    1995

  Paolo Angeli: sardinia guitar; Olivia Bignardi: clarinets; Daniela
  Cattivelli: alto; Ferdinando D'Andria: trumpet, violin; Silvia Fanti: accor-
  dion; Filomena Forleo: piano; Pierangelo Galantino: contrabass, violin;
  Margareth Kammerer: voice; Claudio Lanteri: guitar, voice; Andrea
  Martignoni: percussion; Salvatore Panu: trombone; Pino Urso: percussion;
  Stefano Zorzanello: soprano, flute; Jon Rose: violin; Monica Garuti: voice;
  Johannes Wilms: voice; Giampiero Cane: voice.

    1996 - Erosha (Italy), ERH OO4 (CD)

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064 - OTOMO + MAO: Otomo Yoshihide

  This 7" record is packaged with a cassette tape, a micro cassette tape, a
  booklet, and a second hand LP injured by NAP, an artist group from Kyoto. 
  The cassette tape contains the play of two units: 'Peregrini' and 'romp'.
  The micro cassette tape contains the play of two units: 'RAINS' (Otomo, 
  Tsuyama Atsushi, Nobori keizou) and 'Bukkoujihyakkei' (Otomo and Tsuyama). 
  Each LP is different.

    1/ Ground Clash Mao
    2/ Speed Master Mao

  Otomo Yoshihide; Uchihashi Kazuhisa (1): guitar; Jon Rose (2): violin.

    1996 - F.M.N. Sound Factory (Japan), FMAE-001 (7" + CT + micro-CT + LP))

  Note: limited edition of 500.

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065 - PERKS: Jon Rose

    1/ Intro Game                                                        4:10
    2/ Game 1                                                            3:16
    3/ Game 2                                                            1:37
    4/ Game 3                                                            1:00
    5/ Game 4                                                            4:07
    6/ Game 5                                                            1:28
    7/ Piano Pedal Missionary                                            4:14
    8/ Game 6                                                            1:11
    9/ Game 7 S & M                                                      2:52
    10/ Game 8                                                           2:28
    11/ Porridge                                                         2:47
    12/ Butch's Badmo                                                    4:20
    13/ J.R.'s Badmo                                                     1:50
    14/ Grieg's Old Warhorse                                             2:30
    15/ Country Games 9                                                  1:49
    16/ Game 10                                                          1:28
    17/ Game 11                                                          2:20
    18/ Phil's Badmo                                                     4:32
    19/ Free Irish                                                       3:45
    20/ End Game                                                         3:42
    21/ A Bit From The Steim Badmo Concert 27/4/95                       0:55

    Recorded at Steim, Amsterdam in January 1996

  Jon Rose: concept, composition, texts, samples (based on instruments found
  in the Grainger museum), violin, 19-string cello, voice, arrangements &
  decomposition of Grainger's music; Elise Lorraine: extra piano, harmonium
  sequences, voice, sung samples; Stevie Wishart: hurdy gurdy; Phil Minton:
  voice; Butch Morris: cornet; Rainer Linz: extra research & realization of
  Grainger's Free Music with computer controlled analogue synthesizer.

    1996 - ReR (UK), ReRJR3 (CD)

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066 - THE NETHERLANDS CONNECTION: various artists

  This record features Square Root of Sub, Jaap Blonk, Jon Rose, Frances-Marie
  Uitti, Delta Saxophone Quartet, Ig Henneman Tentet, Jorrit Dykstra Trio +
  Stuart Hall, Maarten Altena Ensemble, The Ex + guests (Han Bennink, Tristan
  Honsinger), Florentijn Boddendijk, Richard Ayres, Horst Rickels, Maurice
  Horsthuis, Scratchpad (8 miniatures from various artists).

    3a/ Game 3                                  (Rose)                   1:00
    3b/ Grieg's Old Warehouse                   (Rose)                   2:32

    Recorded at Steim, Amsterdam in January 1996

  Jon Rose: violin; Elise Lorraine: voice, piano, harmonium; Stevie Wishart:
  hurdy gurdy; Rainer Linz: synthesizer; Tom Demeyer: software design; Frank
  Balde: software design.

    1996 - Unknown Public (UK), UP07 (CD/CT)

  See PERKS (1996) for further references.

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067 - TECHNO MIT STÖRUNGEN: Jon Rose

    All the tracks are untitled

    1/  								 5:21
    2/  								 0:32
    3/  								 2:14
    4/  								 0:58
    5/  								 1:52
    6/  								 2:05
    7/  								 3:09
    8/  								 3:27
    9/  								 1:50
    10/  								 0:41
    11/  								 1:37
    12/  								 1:30
    13/  								 0:58
    14/  								 2:22
    15/  								 1:00
    16/  								 1:20
    17/  								 1:48
    18/  								 1:56
    19/  								 1:40
    20/  								 0:23
    21/  								 1:00
    22/  								 1:56
    23/  								 4:25
    24/  								 0:47
    25/  								 1:20
    26/  								 1:05
    27/  								 1:17
    28/  								 2:27
    29/  								 2:40
    30/  								 1:18
    31/  								 1:16
    32/  								 3:20
    33/  								 1:30
    34/    								 1:59

    Project concept & directed by Jon Rose
    Recorded during the Music Unlimited festival at Alter Schlachthof Wels, 
    Austria on November 11, 1995

  Frank Schulte: drum machine, samples; Christian Marclay: turntables; Otomo 
  Yoshihide: turntables, samples, guitar; Connie Bauer: trombone; Jon Rose: 
  electric violin, direction; Phil Minton: voice; Lauren Newton: voice; Chris
  Culter: drums, low grade electronics; Peter Cusack: bousouki, interactive 
  birds; Iva Bittova: voice; Uli Gumpert: piano, electric organ; Rudi 
  Widerhofer: spoken voice; Fred Frith: acoustic & electric guitars; Sainkho 
  Namchylak: voice; Nicolas Collins: trombone propelled electronics; Evan 
  Parker: soprano; Marc Ribot: electric guitar; Peter Hollinger: drums. 
  Laboratio Di Musica & Imagine: Paolo Angeli: bass tuba, voice; Olivia 
  Bignardi: clarinet; Daniela Cattivelli: alto; Ferdinando D'Andria: trumpet; 
  Silivia Fanti: accordion; Filomena Forleao: piano; Pierangelo Galantino: 
  bass, voice; Salvatore Panu: trombone; Pino Ursu: percussion, voice; Stefano
  Zorzanello: soprano, flute.

    1996 - Plag Dich Nicht (Austria), 002 (CD)

  Note by Jon Rose: This record is an edited version of the piece TECHNO MIT
  STÖRUNGEN that took place on 11/11/95 as part of the festival "music unli-
  mited" at Alter Schlachthof Wels, Austria. The original piece lasted two and
  a half hours. The DAT used for this CD was recorded directly off the mixer,
  consequently there were some problems with the balance and sound on the tape 
  which would not have been audible in the concert space. So to compensate, 
  this document you are listening to now has been a little "produced" using 
  standard studio techniques... Hopefully it retains the spirit of the origi-
  nal performance.

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068 - ANGELICA 1995: various artists

  A document from the fifth edition of the Italian jazz festival Angelica
  which features Lol Coxhill, Steve Beresford, Heiner Goebbels, Jon Rose, 
  Otomo Yoshihide, Maarten Altena Ensemble, Phil Minton, Veryan Weston, Pat 
  Thomas, Rova Saxophone Quartet, Specchio Ensemble, Oban Sax Quartet, 
  N.O.R.M.A. with Chris Cutler and Phil Minton, Mike Cooper, Roger Turner.

  Jon Rose plays on three tracks in duo with Otomo Yoshihide:

    3/ Ping pong, King Kong                                              1:33
    22/ TV Shopping                                                      3:59
    26/ untitled                                                         0:06

    Recorded in Bologna during March 2-7, 1995

  Jon Rose: violin, electronics, voice; Otomo Yoshihide: LPs, CDs, sampling.

    1996 - AI Associazione Di Idee (Italy), AI 007 (CD)

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069 - KLANGKUNST: various artists
  
  The audio companion CD features tracks by Laurie Anderson (5), Ron Kuivala
  (9), Lutz Glandien (11,18), Brian Eno (15), Nam June Paik (17), Nicolas 
  Collins (39), Alvin Lucier (40), David Moss/Bert Noglik (45), Jon Rose (46),
  Alvin Curran (47), Charlemagne Palestine (58), etc.

    46/ Perks 					(Jon Rose) 		 1:22

    (46) recorded at Ballhaus Naunynstrasse, Berlin on August 10, 1996

  Jon Rose (46); Rainer Linz (46); Stevie Wishart (46).

    1996 - Prestel-Verlag (Germany), ISBN 3-7913-1699-0 (book+CD)

  See PERKS (1996) for further references on (46).

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070 - SHOPPING.LIVE@VICTO: Jon Rose, Lauren Newton, Joëlle Léandre, Otomo
  Yoshihide, Chris Cutler

    1/ lizst@belle.epoque						 2:27
    2/ rules@message.sponsor						 1:29
    3/ bliss@tv.maul							 2:38
    4/ peterwolf@stomach						 2:58
    5/ first@mega							 0:37
    6/ peace@demon.world						 2:02
    7/ pingpong@brain.tutti						 2:53
    8/ hopeless@hardsell.con						 0:52
    9/ pits@repertoire							 2:44
    10/ disco@error.nod							 3:01
    11/ pissed@theology.						 0:51
    12/ ordure@musique.flag						 1:43
    13/ diva@foxtrot.headache						 3:17
    14/ deafened@poly.styrene						 2:32
    15/ trout@chevre.fr							 2:51
    16/ bugs@september.vomit						 0:49
    17/ shop@iterative.inf.						 2:18
    18/ trench@floral.trib						 1:39
    19/ hots@sex.violinz						 1:16
    20/ newage@meditation.galatea					 2:58
    21/ avon@junior.hop							 2:12
    22/ d.s.@coda							 0:37
    23/ fatchance@sentimental.						 2:48
    24/ seti@homebase.channel						 2:48
    25/ abductee@uni.experiment.					 1:19
    26/ cruel@heartbreak.slush						 2:11
    27/ gig@stands.till.						 0:58
    28/ Night.and.Day@bank.access.loot                                   4:21

    Recorded live at The 11th Festival International De Musique Actuelle de
    Victoriaville, Canada on May 22, 1994
    (28) recorded at Golden Gai, Tokyo on October 23, 1995
    Produced by Mario Gauthier

  Lauren Newton: voice; Joëlle Léandre: contrabasse, voice; Jon Rose: violin,
  store guide; Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, sampler, guitar; Chris Cutler:
  amplified junk, drums; Lee Pui Ming (13): piano; Ryntaro Hashimoto (28): 
  drums; Tomi Murayama (28): piano; Aha May (28): bass.

    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR JR4 (CD)

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071 - RESONANCE: various artists

  This "Retuning Radio Issue!" of RESONANCE includes a free CD featuring No
  Fiture, Willem de Ridder & Andrew McKenzie, Lotta Erickson, Gregory
  Whitehead, Negativland, Ken Nordine, Noiseless Blackboard Eraser, Jon Rose,
  Campbell Playhouse, Hakim Bey, Peter Cusack, :zoviet*france: & Evan Parker,
  Gregory Whitehead & Dan Lander.

    8/ Paganini's Last Testimony (extract)      (Rose)                   8:31

    Recorded for ABC, 1988 with collected radio recordings from Alabama, 1995

  Jon Rose.

    1997 - Resonance (UK), Res 5.2 CD (magazine+CD)

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072 - THE ReR QUARTERLY VOL 4 NO. 2: various artists

  This record features Q.R. Ghazala (1), Mike Hovancsek/Paul Guerguerian (2),
  Tom Dimuzio (3), Marie Goyette (4), Ken Ando (5), Robert Iolini (6,7),
  Giovanni Venosta (8-10), Keith Rowe/Alain de Fillips (11), Brian Woodbury's
  Variety Orchestra (12), Richard Barrett (13), Stevan Kovacs Tickmayer (14), 
  Volapük (15), Boris Kovacs (16), Philip Perkins (17), Shelley Hirsch/Jon 
  Rose/Chris Cutler (18).

  Jon Rose plays on one track with Shelley Hirsch and Chris Cutler:

    18/ After Hours/The Colour Of Blood                                  4:40

    Recorded live at Radio Student, Ljublana on November 15, 1993

  Shelley Hirsch: vocal; Jon Rose: keyboard, violin; Chris Cutler: low grade
  electronics, percussions.

    1997 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR 0402 (CD)

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073 - SUNK IN THE SUN: Jean Chaine

    1/ Zombies On The Tube   			(Chaine)  		 3:07
    2/ Cubes With Holes In It   		(Chaine) 		 2:43
    3/ Androids Seeking Bible Preachers   	(Chaine, Klock) 	 3:54
    4/ Spear Shield   				(Chaine) 		 2:09
    5/ Fat Face   				(Chaine) 		 3:10
    6/ Jump On The Lovestuck 			(John King) 		 3:33
    7/ Ashtray Heart   				(JC, Captain Beefheart)  3:53
    8/ Green Mountain Twister   		(Chaine) 		 3:04
    9/ Slant Lines   				(David Moss) 		 3:02
    10/ Dirty Sheets   				(Chaine, Gail Chaine) 	 2:19
    11/ Theme For Harlan Ellison   		(Chaine) 		 5:54
    12/ Spinal Vinyl   				(Chaine) 		 6:04
    13/ Mental In A Peachcan   			(Chaine) 		 5:45
    14/ Waste Of Time   			(Chaine) 		 5:26

    Recorded at Northern Track Studio

  Jean Chaine (1-14): bass, voice, drums, guitar, piano; John King (1,5,6): 
  guitar; Mike Butler (1-5,7,10): guitar; Steve Sonntag (1,2,10): trumpet, 
  flugelhorn; Charlie Schneeweis (1,2): trumpet; Alyson Kimball (1,2,10): 
  saxophone; Jonathan Kane (2,4,6): drums; Shep Richards (2,3,8): guitar; 
  Anthony Coleman (3,7): sampler, sounds, voice; Bill Klock (3): drum parts;
  David Moss (8,9): drums, voice; Wayne Horvitz (9): sampler; Jon Rose (9): 
  violin, cello; Christian Marclay (9): turntables; Peter Miles (10): guitar;
  Markus Stauss (12): saxophone; Dimthingshine (12-14): drums; Brian Johnson
  (13): percussion.

    1995 - Atonal (Germany), Atonal ACD 3020 (CD)

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074 - HAIKUS URBAINS: various artists

  This record features compositions (mixes,1-29) and remixes by the same
  artists (31-59) of "more or less one minute" assembled for the show Haikus
  Urbains of Yann Marussich (August 1997).

  This record features Stevie Wishart (1,50), Leonid Soybelman (2,43), Haco
  (3,31), KA (4,49), Pierre Bastien (5,33), Jean-20 Huguenin (6,58), Saadet 
  (7,53), Bratko Bibic (8,40), Domique Regef (9,48), Fred Frith (10,34), Tony
  Buck (11,46), Claude Jordan (12,55), Franz Treichler (13,32), Tatsuya
  Yoshida (14,37), Carlos Zingaro (15,41), Spaceheads (16,35), Eric Rosenzveig
  (17,59), Luc and Andy (The Ex) (18,39), Iva Bittova (19,47), Frank Pahl (20,
  45), Adrien Kessler (21,44), Han Buhrs (22,36), Pascal Plantinga (23,51),
  Andres Garcia (24,56), Jon Rose (25,57), Denis Rollet (26,42), Otomo
  Yoshihide (27,52), Lars Hollmer (28,38), and Tom Cora (29,54).

  Jon Rose plays on two tracks:

    25/ Tentacles
    57/ Tentacles

    Recorded at The Hospital, Amsterdam

  Jon Rose: violin.

    1997 - Cave12Disques (Switzerland), C12D02 (CD)

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075 - DIGITAL JAMMING: Michael Sheridan

    1/ Autonobody                               (Sheridan)               0:49
    2/ Zebit                                    (Sheridan, Denley)       0:13
    3/ Surfing Lysol                            (Sheridan)               2:21
    4/ Contrapunkt                              (Sheridan, Rose)         0:49
    5/ Gate                                     (Sheridan)               1:27
    6/ Aping The Youth                          (Sheridan, Denley)       1:22
    7/ Death Medal 2000                         (Sheridan, Rose)         5:41
    8/ Put Yer Foot Down                        (Sheridan, Rose)         1:03
    9/ Concerto For Guitar                      (Sheridan)               5:33
    10/ Rats Go For It                          (Sheridan, Rose, Denley) 2:15
    11/ Blood                                   (Sheridan)               2:10
    12/ Annastasia                              (Sheridan)               3:11
    13/ Whippett Killer                         (Sheridan, Denley)       0:20
    14/ Lysol 2nd Wave                          (Sheridan)               2:02
    15/ Blues For Derek                         (Sheridan, Denley)       3:34
    16/ R.I.P. J.F. 60-93                       (Sheridan, Shelley)      8:14

    Recorded at Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 1996
    Produced by Sheridan

  Michael Sheridan: guitars, digital impros and cut-ups; Jim Denley: alto; Jon
  Rose: violin, vocals.

    1997 - Black Hole Recordings (Australia), HOLE018 (CD)

  Note: the last track, after a long silence, starts again and last a total of
  26:53.

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076 - SOUND OFF: VYSTAVY A KONCERTY/EXHIBITIONS AND CONCERTS: various artists

  This record features Loic Tundravoice (1,6,10), Goz of Kermeur (2), Michael
  De Lia (3), Zdenek Plachy/Blahoslav Rozbonl/Morodochium (4), Danke (5),
  Milan Adamclak (7), Jon Rose/Otomo Yoshihide (8), Marek Placek (9), Michael
  De Lia (11), The Exiles (12).

  Jon Rose plays on two tracks, one in duo with Otomo Yoshihide:

    8/ TV Shopping                              (Jon Rose)               9:17

    Recorded at the Club Rock-Pop-Jazz, Bratislava on November 20, 1995

  Jon Rose: vocals, violin, cat; Otomo Yoshihide: voice, turntables, guitar.

  and one with The Exiles:

    12/ Euroimprov                              (Williamson, Buck, Rose) 6:10

    Recorded at the Gallery Club DUNA, Bratislava on December 1, 1996

  Jon Rose: violin; Tony Buck: bicie, drums; Joe Williamson: double bass.

    1997 - Society For Non-Conventional Music-SNEH (Slovakia), SNEH CD001 (CD)

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077 - THE EXILES 1: The Exiles

    1/ Jump                                                              1:28
    2/ Fast Gas                                                          1:27
    3/ Nooses                                                            3:07
    4/ Bow Wow                                                           3:27
    5/ Tap Dance (With Fred Astair)                                      2:59
    6/ The Door                                                          1:35
    7/ Rope                                                              1:01
    8/ Vomit                                                             0:54
    9/ Plastic Bag                                                       2:19
    10/ The Bronchal Bass                                                2:10
    11/ Headaches                                                        2:08
    12/ Euroimpro                                                        4:54
    13/ Immediate Smell                                                  0:56
    14/ Lobster Tank                                                     2:54
    15/ Sick                                                             0:58
    16/ Toothpicks                                                       7:52
    17/ Samantha's Bottom                                                1:21
    18/ The Exiles                                                       2:24

    Recorded in Elmer, Berlin on May 2, 1996
    (6,11,12,15) recorded at The Hospital, Amsterdam on April 15, 1996

  Jon Rose: electric 5 string violin, acoustic violin, amplified bow, samples,
  voice; Tony Buck: rums, percussion, sampler; Joe Williamson: amplified and
  acoustic contrabass.

    1998 (?) - Megaphone Records (USA), no catalog number (CD)

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078 - THE FENCE: Jon Rose

    The Fence                                   (Jon Rose)
      1/ 'Iron Curtain'....                                              3:17
      2/ 'The Peace Line'                                                3:31
      3/ Two Million Soldiers                                            3:33
      4/ The Green Line                                                  1:51
      5/ "Waste Bins Provided"                                           3:45
      6/ Our Police....                                                  3:25
      7/ 'The Shouting Fence'                                            2:40
      8/ Potsdammer Platz                                                3:33
      9/ The Wrong Place                                                 4:22
      10/ Fortune Tellers                                                2:43
      11/ Fifteen Of The Best                                            0:20
    Bagni Di Dolabella                          (Jon Rose)
      12/ Introduction By One Bored Baths Guide                          2:37
      13/ Bath Technology                                                1:38
      14/ Preparations                                                   1:02
      15/ The Massage Parlour                                            3:39
      16/ The Chemical Contents Of The Waters & Spells For Cures         5:09
      17/ List Of Diseases To Be Cured                                   5:26
      18/ Dolabella Reveals All                                          4:15

    (1-11) recorded at SFB, Berlin in August 1996
    (12-18) recorded at The RAI studios, Rome between September 20 and 23,
    1993

    1998 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR JR5 (CD)

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079 - RING RING 1997: various artists

  This record features Palinckx (1), Altered States (2), Meneses & Fajt (3),
  Lajko Felix Group (4), Yumiko Tanaka & Uchihashi Kazuhisa (5), Jon Rose/
  Otomo Yoshihide/Chris Cutler (6), Ground Zero (7), Justine (8), Kampec
  Dolores (9).

  Jon Rose plays on one track:

    6/ The Chair                                (Rose, Yoshihide, Cutler)
      6a/ Cell Block
      6b/ Lemmy Gets His
      6c/ Father O'Brian Explains To Dutch's Girl
      6d/ Dreams Of Freedom
      6e/ Apotheosis In The Canteen

    Recorded live at the Ring Ring Festival, Beograd (Yugoslavia) on May 9-15,
    1997

  Jon Rose: violin, keyboard; Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, samples, minidisc;
  Chris Cutler: drums, electronics.

    1998 - Radio B92 (Yugoslavia), D016 (CD)

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080 - CHINA COPY: Jon Rose

    1/ The Key Copiers Of Beijing                                        5:09
    2/ Street Cries                                                      1:42
    3/ The People's Music Instrument Factory                             1:24
    4/ 'Talk Back Chinese'                                               1:57
    5/ Joint Ventures Mix                                                3:26
    6/ Honglekongle                                                      2:12
    7/ The Sky Lark Violin                                               2:10
    8/ How I Ruined The Country                                          3:12
    9/ Wild Ducks                                                        5:46
    10/ China Chaos                                                     16:56

    Recorded at the ABC, Sydney on February 3-4, 1997 and at Phantom, Hong
    Kong on February 11-13, 1997
   
  Jon Rose: violins, Roland MS I sampler, Kawai K I synthesizer, amplified
  bow, interactive computer system; Juno (Timmy Lok & Allen Law) (6,8): drum
  programming.

    1998 - Creamgardens (Netherlands), CRG 01 (CD)

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081 - SLIDING: Jon Rose, Miya Masaoka

    1/ Powder And Glory                                                  4:16
    2/ Your Turn                                                         6:43
    3/ Scraping The Edge                                                 3:49
    4/ Outside Arms                                                      2:26
    5/ Turning Surface                                                   1:27
    6/ Balanced                                                          2:48
    7/ Uneven Weight                                                     2:19
    8/ Bruised At The Hip                                                3:59
    9/ Falling                                                           4:18
    10/ More Friction                                                    4:55
    11/ Bend Your Knees                                                  2:03
    12/ Ice And Dirt                                                     4:23

    Recorded at STEIM, Amsterdam on October 10, 1996
    Produced by Jon Rose and Miya Masaoko

  Miya Masaoka: prepared koto (cymbals, paper, rubber, plastic), bowed koto,
  amplified koto; Jon Rose: interactive midi bow, amplified bow, samples.

    1998 - Sonic Factory (Hong Kong), NAIM 02 (CD)

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082 - ORION CUP: THE LAST SOUND FORM THE ORION CUP: various artists

  This record features Sergei Zagny (1,7,19), Sergey Kuryokhin & New Composers 
  (2), Arkady Shilkioper (3), Allophonics (4), Slave Guyvoronsky (5), Phil 
  Minton (6), Otomo Yoshihide & Keshavan Maslak (8), Vladimir Volkov (9), 
  Sainkho & Moscow Composers Orchestra (10), Luedi Trio (11), Sainkho (12),
  Anton Batagov (13), Gapon (14), Jon Rose (15-17), The 13th Tribe (18).

    15/ Interactive Badminton  			(Jon Rose)		 4:37
      15a/ PERKS 1
      15b/ PERKS 2
      15c/ PERKS 3
      
    Recorded in Armsterdam on April 23, 1998

  Jon Rose: violin, electronics.

    1998 - Long Arms (Russia), CDLA 98020 (CD)

  Note: unreleased track.

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083 - FRINGE BENEFITS: Jon Rose

  Disc 1:
    1/ untitled                                                          0:47
    2/ untitled                                                          6:46
    3/ untitled                                                          0:12
    4/ untitled                                                          1:47
    5/ untitled                                                          0:48
    6/ untitled                                                          2:23
    7/ untitled                                                          0:50
    8/ untitled                                                          2:22
    9/ untitled                                                          3:39
    10/ untitled                                                         1:02
    11/ untitled                                                         0:45
    12/ untitled                                                         0:33
    13/ untitled                                                         2:53
    14/ untitled                                                         0:30
    15/ untitled                                                         3:17
    16/ untitled                                                         0:55
    17/ untitled                                                         2:21
    18/ untitled                                                         1:35
    19/ untitled                                                         2:45
    20/ untitled                                                         0:34
    21/ untitled                                                         1:50
    22/ untitled                                                         1:12
    23/ untitled                                                         0:22
    24/ untitled                                                         0:46
    25/ untitled                                                         1:39
    26/ untitled                                                         1:55
    27/ untitled                                                         0:32
    28/ untitled                                                         0:28
    29/ untitled                                                         0:52
    30/ untitled                                                         1:02
    31/ untitled                                                         0:07
    32/ untitled                                                         2:24
    33/ untitled                                                         1:33
    34/ untitled                                                         0:53
    35/ untitled                                                         2:54
    36/ untitled                                                         1:10
    37/ untitled                                                         1:27
    38/ untitled                                                         1:43
    39/ untitled                                                         0:59
    40/ untitled                                                         5:29
    41/ 3 In 1                                                           5:31
  Disc 2:
    42/ untitled                                                         2:20
    43/ untitled                                                         3:19
    44/ untitled                                                         1:01
    45/ untitled                                                         2:32
    46/ untitled                                                         3:36
    47/ untitled                                                         2:29
    48/ untitled                                                         ?:??
    49/ untitled                                                         2:27
    50/ The Hulk                                                         2:29
    51/ untitled                                                         3:34
    52/ untitled                                                         7:55
    53/ untitled                                                         2:52
    54/ untitled                                                         0:26
    55/ untitled                                                         0:34
    56/ untitled                                                         0:34
    57/ untitled                                                         0:08
    58/ Murdered The Wrong Beatle, Didn't He?                            0:46
    59/ untitled                                                         0:29
    60/ untitled                                                         0:26
    61/ Waltz For The Shaggs                                             1:56
    62/ untitled                                                         0:51
    63/ untitled                                                         1:06
    64/ untitled                                                         1:52
    65/ untitled                                                         1:52
    66/ untitled                                                         1:27
    67/ untitled                                                         4:54
    68/ untitled                                                         5:19
    69/ Sophisticated Lady                                               1:39
    70/ untitled                                                         5:52

    (1) recorded in Gosford, NSW in December 1979
    (2) recorded in Sydney on September 23, 1980
    (4) recorded in Sydney in 1980
    (5,14) recorded in Hawkesbury River, NSW in 1979
    (6) recorded at NSW Conservatorium of Music in December 1982
    (7) recorded in Dangar Island on April 9, 1980
    (8) recorded on April 7, 1980
    (9) recorded at NSW Conservatorium Electronic Music Studios, Sydney on
    December 28, 1983
    (10) recorded at Gallery of NSW in January 1984
    (11) recorded near Broken Hill, NSW in January 1985
    (12) recorded in Hawkesbury River in 1982
    (13) recorded at ABC Studios
    (15) recorded in 1985
    (16) recorded in 1983 (?)
    (17) recorded at the Exiles Bookshop, Darlinghurst (Sydney) during Summer
    1982 (?)
    (18) recorded in NSW
    (19) recorded in Tasmania in February 1978
    (20) recorded at the Exiles Bookshop, Darlinghurst (Sydney) in 1982
    (21,37) recorded at ABC in 1985
    (22) recorded at Alexander Mackie Gallery, Sydney in January 1982
    (23) recorded in 1979
    (24) recorded in the Sydney airport in 1984 (?)
    (25) recorded in Berlin in 1986
    (26) recorded in Sydney in 1980
    (27) recorded in 1981 (?)
    (28) recorded in 1981
    (29) recorded in 1978
    (32) recorded at Blacktown Workers Club, Sydney in September 19, 1949
    (33) recorded at Dangar Island in November 1977
    (35,38,55,58) recorded at ABC on February 14, 1983
    (36) recorded in Canberra in June 1983
    (39) recorded at Exiles Gallery in 1983
    (40) recorded at Paris Theatre on May 25, 1978
    (41) recorded at Steven Mori Gallery in January 1984
    (42) recorded at Canberra School of Music on August 6, 1984
    (43) recorded at Conservatorium NSW in March 1978
    (44,62) recorded at the Basement, Sydney on September 14, 1980
    (45) recorded in 1983
    (46) recorded on May 24, 1980
    (47) recorded at NSW Conservatorium on November 26 (22?), 1977
    (48) recorded at Exiles Gallery on July 3, 1982
    (49) recorded on January 15, 1981
    (50) recorded at The Culture Centre, Sydney on July 7, 1979
    (51) recorded on August 6, 1984
    (52) recorded Art, Empire, Industry (Sydney) in 1981
    (53) recorded in 1984
    (54) recorded in 1983 (?)
    (56) recorded at Waters Gallery, Sydney in 1982
    (57) recorded in 1979
    (59) recorded in Freemantle in 1983
    (60) recorded in 1980
    (61) recorded in 1983
    (63) recorded in Tasmania in 1979
    (64) recorded in 1982 (?)
    (65) recorded on May 25, 1978
    (66) recorded at Dangar Island during Summer 1982
    (68) recorded on August 15, 1981
    (69) recorded at ABC in 1985
    (70) recorded at Jenny's Wine Bar on August 27, 1983

  Jon Rose: violin, 19-string violin, 16-string long neck violin, triple neck,
  double piston, wheeling violin, tromba mariner, long string instrument,
  polystyrene 2-string violin, megaphone half-sized violin, 7-string home made
  viola, 10-string double violin, string frame, Chinese 1/4 size violin, 5-
  string 'rational trapezoidal viola', amplified violin, amplified 5-string
  violin, 19-string cello, aeolian double neck violin, metal plate resonator
  violin; Martin Wesley-Smith (9): Fairlight CMI; Jim Denley (13,48,61,70):
  flaxophone, flute, alto; Luc Houtkamp (13): saxophone; Marcel Cuypers (13):
  piano; Roger Turner (13): percussion; Maggie Nicols (13): voice; Richard
  Ratajek (13): bass; Joe 'Doc' Rosenberg (32); Ronaldo Cartwright (32): bass;
  Grady O'Basher (32): drums; Count 'Fingers' Le Barron (32): piano; The
  Slaughterhouse 3 (35,38,55,58,61): Jon Rose (violin), Michael Sheridan
  (bass), Jon Gillies (drums); Tony Hobbs (40): tenor; Simone de Haan (42,51):
  trombone; Dave Ellis (43,62,68): double bass; Serge Ermoll (43): piano;
  Louis Burdett (44,46,62,70): trumpet, flute, clarinet, drums; Greg Kniston
  (46): electric guitar; Adrian Keenan (47): long Revox tape loop; Peter Kelly
  (65): vibes, marimba; Rik Rue (65): cauliflower, sticky tape; Torsten Müller
  (68): double bass; Richard Vella (70): piano; Michael Sheridan (70): bass;
  John Gillies (70): drums; Jeff Wagner (70): drums; Jamie Fielding (70):
  organ.

    1999 - Entropy Stereo (USA), esr 006 (2xCD)

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084 - PANTYCHRIST: Pantychrist

    1/ Overture  				(Pantychrist)		 5:14
    2/ Feet So Low 				(Pantychrist)		 3:12
    3/ Bitter Mommy  				(Pantychrist)		 3:14
    4/ I Love Animals  				(Pantychrist)		 3:34
    5/ Sunshine  				(Pantychrist)		 1:13
    6/ Giddy Up Cowboy  			(Pantychrist)		 7:20
    7/ Purple Butterflies  			(Pantychrist)		 1:43
    8/ When I Come Back  			(Pantychrist)		 2:18
    9/ Coconut  				(Pantychrist)		 2:06
    10/ King Kong  				(Pantychrist)		 6:10
    11/ Wooden Shoes  				(Pantychrist)		 2:40
    12/ Suzanne  				(Pantychrist)		 4:18
    13/ Just Whistle  				(Pantychrist)		 2:15
    14/ The Tigress Inside  			(Pantychrist)		 3:32
    15/ A Dreadful Thing (Coda)  		(Pantychrist)		 1:34

    Recorded live at the Great American Music Hall and in studio at Toast in
    October 1997

  Justine Bond: voice; Bob Ostertag: sampler; Otomo Yoshihide: turntables, 
  guitar; Richard Rogers: keyboard; Jon Rose: additional voice, violin; Trevor
  Dunn: bass; Animo computer (mizuhiro): synthesizer; Uchihashi Kazuhisa:
  guitar.

    1999 - Seeland (USA), seeland 510 (CD)

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085 - KITCHEN SINK LIVE: various artists

  This record features Machine for Making Sense (1), Lampe/Williamson/Buck 
  (2), Louis Burdett (3), Jon Rose (4), Jim Denley & The Random Module Twins
  (5), Ear-Rational Music (6), DJ Smallcock (7), Shelley Hirsch/Chris 
  Abrahams/Michael Sheridan/Tony Buck (8), Rik Rue (9), Edouard Bronson 
  Quartet (10), Explosion Of A Memory (11,15), Roger Dean (12), Jim Denley/Rik 
  Rue/Oren Ambarchi/Robbie Avenaim (13), Veren Grigorov & Max Lyandvert (14),
  Noddingturd Fan (16), Greg Kingston Big Band (17).

    4/ untitled					(Jon Rose)		 4:30

    (4) recorded live at Die Kuche, Berlin (Germany) in February 1995 

  Jon Rose (4): violin, e-bow (interactive bow).

    1999 - Splitrec (Australia), 004 (CD)

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086 - NIGHTNURSING: Claudio Gabbiani

    1/ Nightnursing                             (Gabbiani, Musci)        4:40
    2/ Persistence Of Vision (I)                (Gabbiani, Musci, Zorzi) 6:18
    3/ The Dark Island                          (Gabbiani)               4:12
    4/ Antique Toys                             (Gabbiani)               5:22
    5/ Nightmare                                (Gabbiani)               4:26
    6/ Persistence Of Vision (II)               (Gabbiani, Musci, Zorzi) 6:20
    7/ Lullaby                                  (Gabbiani, Musci)        3:44
    8/ Persistence Of Vision (III)              (Gabbiani, Musci, Zorzi) 7:05
    9/ Madrid                                   (Gabbiani)               5:00
    10/ Breakfast                               (Gabbiani, Magnanensi)   4:40

    Recorded at MM&T Studio, Milano
    Produced by Claudio Chianura a Claudio Gabbiani

  Claudio Gabbiani: electric & acoustic guitars, sampler; Roberto Musci (1-8):
  sampler; Jon Rose (2,5,10): cello, tenor violin; Roberto Zorzi (2,6,8):
  electric guitar; Massimo Mariani (3): electric guitar; Giorgio Magnanensi
  (3,9,10): sampler; Chris Cutler (4,5,8): drums, percussion, electronics;
  Silvia Mandolini (9): voice; Kees Boeke (9): voice.

    2000 - Auditorium (Italy), AU 01 (CD)

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087 - THE HYPERSTRING PROJECT: NEW DYNAMIC OF ROGUE COUNTERPOINT: Jon Rose

    1/ Siren 					(Rose)			 8:46 
    2/ Oops! 					(Rose)			 3:40
    3/ Heads And Tails 				(Rose)			 6:30
    4/ Chuggalug 				(Rose)			 2:27
    5/ The Real Blow 				(Rose)			 1:09
    6/ Choral Prelude 				(Rose)			 3:04
    7/ Hammer Horror 				(Rose)			 1:40
    8/ Spikes 					(Rose)			 1:49 
    9/ Broken Bones 				(Rose)			 1:28 
    10/ Tacit 					(Rose)			 0:20
    11/ Reversed Spam 				(Rose)			 3:35
    12/ Buzz Buzz 				(Rose)			 0:48 
    13/ Schoenberg's Bow 			(Rose)			 2:31 
    14/ Hitting The Wall At 100mph 		(Rose)			 5:35
    15/ Son Of Tacit 				(Rose)			 0:20 
    16/ The Pages 				(Rose)			 7:15 
    17/ Whipped Cream 				(Rose)			 2:39 
    18/ Spaghetti Machine 			(Rose)			 1:31 
    19/ Il Tenore 				(Rose)			 4:39
    20/ Warriors 				(Rose)			 2:47 
    21/ The Agony And The Ecstasy (Automatic Violin Quartet)
						(Rose)			 2:26 

    Recorded at The Hospital Studios and Steim, Amsterdam on August 12-14,
    1999

  Jon Rose: violin, midified bow, amplified violin bow, sampling, midi pro-
  gramming, whipolin (seven-string disembowelled cello fitted with hurdy 
  gurdy-type wheels), automatic violin quartet installation. 

    2000 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR JR6 (CD)

  Note: (21) is an extract from the automatic violin quartet installation for
  'The Relative Violin Festival' (Berlin, Academie der Künste, January 1989).

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088 - ISOLE CHE PARLANO: various artists

  This record features Mariam Palma, Jon Rose, Takumi Fukushima & Dominique 
  Lentin, Amy Denio, Vakkiplakkula, Chjami Aghjalesi, Nino Cuticchio, 
  As-Sur-D, Gianni Gebbia, Mistress (with Stefano Zorzanello & Paolo Angeli),
  Coro di Castelsardo + Tornado, Fraili, Ass. Coro Folklore di Cuglieri.

    2000 (?) - Erosha (Italy), ERH 015 (CD)

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089 - WHAT IS KEITH?: Greg Malcolm

  Greg Malcolm: guitars; Jenny Ward: vocals, toys; Leo Bachmann: tuba; Tony
  Buck: drums; Gregor Hotz: soprano sax; Joe Williamson: double bass; Jon
  Rose: violin.

    2000 - Proper Music (New Zealand), ??? (CD)

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090 - THE SHATTERING: HIGH ZERO FESTIVAL 2000: Carol Genetti 

    1/ The Shuddering  							 5:11  
    2/ Lovecraft In Texas  						 3:45  
    3/ Severe Destructive Vibrations  					 7:50  
    4/ Last Prance  							 1:37  
    5/ Vibrate And Ultimately Succumb  					 2:46  
    6/ Last Dance  							 4:42  
    7/ Inside-Out Machines  						 2:00  
    8/ Elevator Road  							16:36  

    Recorded during the High Zero Festival on September 22 & 24, 2000

  Carol Genetti: vocals; Paul Hoskins (1): alto; John Berndt (1,7,8): alto,
  selfbuilt instruments, electronics; Jack Wright (2,4-7): contra-alto clari-
  net, tenor; John Dierker (3): bass clarinet; Jerry Lim (3): guitar; Jon Rose
  (3,4,6): violin; Jason Willett (7): Theremin, electronics; Magali Babbin
  (8): transducers; Catherine Pancake (8): drums, percussion; Julie Pomerleau
  (8): violin. 

    2000 - Recorded (USA), 004 (CD)

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091 - THE KRYONICS: The Kryonics

    1/ Zero Grad                                                         1:52
    2/ Frigid Aire                                                       5:58
    3/ Rigormorphoso                                                     5:02
    4/ Frozen Pp                                                         3:04
    5/ Frigorific                                                        1:32
    6/ Shiver Me Timbres                                                 7:49
    7/ Sostenuto In Frigio                                               4:55
    8/ Polar Ear                                                        16:01
    9/ Damn Pitch                                                        3:20
    10/ Fisch Fingerlied                                                 4:26
    11/ Konstanze's Kuhlschrank                                          2:42

    Recorded in Berlin on May 24, 2000

  Aleks Kolkowski: violin, viola, Stroh violin; Jon Rose: violin, tenor vio-
  lin, Stroh 'one-string fiddle', violinofon; Matthias Bauer: double bass.

    2001 - Emanem (UK), 4047 (CD)

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092 - STATE OF THE UNION 2.001: various artists

  This 3xCD features Adriana Sa (1), Alfred Harth (2), Alan Licht (3), Allen
  Kaat (4), Alma Carey-Zuniga (5), Alvin Curran (6), Angela Babin/Lori Bingel
  (7), Annie Gosfield (8), Atau Tanaka (9), Becca Schack (10), Ben Boone/James
  Miley (11), Ben Rubin+Mark Hansen (12), Benjamin Chadabe (13), Black Sifichi
  (14), Blaise Siwula (15), Blake Hargreaves and Liam Thurston (16), Bob 
  Holman (17), Bruce Bennett (18), Carl Stone (19), C.D. (20), Charles K. 
  Noyes (21), Chop Shop (22), Chris Haskett (23), Chris Mann (24), Christian
  Marclay (25), Chris Rael (26), Chris Vine (27), Cook & Swenson (28), Dael 
  Orlandersmith (29), D'Divaz (30), Dafna Naphtali (31), Daniel Matej (32),
  Dave Soldier/Richard Lair (33), David First (34), David Fulton (35), David
  Gans (36), David Greenberger (37), David Taylor (38), David Watson (39), 
  Deaf Mute (41), Doug Henderson (42), Donald Knaack (43), Don Ritter (44),
  Dorgon (45), Duck Baker (46), Elio Martusciello (47), Emily XYZ/Virgil 
  Moorefield (48), Eric Mingus (49), Eric Rosenzveig (50), Eric Shanfield 
  (51), Eszter Balint (52), Eyeball 9000 (53), FemNoir (54), Figure (55), 
  Foetus (56), Frank Rothkamm (57), Fred Frith (58), Freight Elevator Quartet
  (59), GenKen Montgomery (60), Gert Jan Prins (61), Hans Tammen (62), Harriet
  Tubman (63), Harry Smith (64), Henry Kaiser (65), i.d. (66), Ikue Mori (67),
  Jack Womack (68), Jacob Burckhardt (69), Jad Fair (70), Jean Marc Montera 
  (71), Jeffrey Ford (72), Jenn Reeves (73), Joel Chadabe (74), Joey Baron 
  (75), John Duncan (76), John Hudak (77), Johnny Reinhard (78), Jonathan 
  Bepler (79), Jon Rose (80), Jorge Mancini/Andrea Fasani (81), Judy Nylon/
  Brian Foster (82), Kasper Toeplitz (83), Katie O'Looney (84), Kato Hideki
  (85), Kazuhisa Uchihashi (86), Keisuke Oki (87), Koji Asano (88), Lauren 
  Weinger (89), Leon Gruenbaum (90), Lloop (91), Lo Galluccio (92), Loren 
  Mazzacane Connors (93), Love Todd (94), Lost Satellites (95), Luca 
  Formentini (96), Luciano Margorani (97), Ligeti/Ritchford (98), Manu Sauvage
  (99), Marc Behrens (100), Marc C. (101), Marc Ribot (102), Marek Piacek 
  (103), Marianne Nowottny (104), Marie Goyette (105), Mark Dagley (106), Mark
  Howell/Tom Hamilton (107), Mark Trayle (108), Martha Mooke (109), Matt 
  Rogalsky (110), Matthew Shipp (111), Merry Fortune w/FAT (112), Merzbow 
  (113), Michael J. Schumacher (114), Mike Cooper/Max Nagl (115), Misha Feigin
  & Steve Good (116), Murat Nehmet-Nejat (117), Ned Rothenberg (118), Nicolas
  Collins (119), Nicolas Dias (120), Nicolas Mazet (121), Norman Yamada (122),
  blaat (123), Oblique (124), Office Products (125), Ori Kaplan/Geoff Mann
  (126), PAK (127), Particle Data Group (128), Pete Missing (129), Phill 
  Niblock (130), Phillip Johnston (131), Piero Chianura (132), Public Works 
  (133), QPE (134), Queen Esther (135), Raging Peasants (136), ReproRappers
  (137), Roberto Zorzi (138), Roger Kleier (139), Satoko Fuji (140), 
  Saturnalia (141), D.J. Spazecrafte One (142), Stefan Poetzsch (143), Stefano
  Bassanese (144), Stephen Pope (145), Stephen Vitiello (146), Steve 
  Dalachinsky (147), Steve Goldberger (148), Steve Piccolo (149), Tape Beatles
  (150), Ted Reichman (151), Telectu (152), The Fitzbergs (153), Thomas 
  Dimuzio (154), Tom Devaney (155), Tony Daniel (156), Toni Dove with Paul 
  Geluso (157), Tracie Morris (158), Ut Gret (159), Viv Corringham/Gareth 
  Williams (160), Vivian Sisters (161), Voice Crack (162), Wanda Phipps (163),
  WE (164), Wendy Atlas Oxenhor (165), White Out (166), Zammuto (167), Zeena
  Parkins (168), Z'ev (169), Zbigniew Karkowski (170), Zoot Horn Rollo (171).

    80/ USTrash2000                             (Jon Rose)		 1:00

    2001 - Electronic Music Foundation (USA), EMF CD 028 (3xCD)

  Note: this 3xCD set is produced by Elliott Sharp.

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093 - THE VIOLIN FACTORY: an interactive new media performance from Jon Rose

    1/ Tuning Up							 0:33
    2/ Introduction To The Violin Factory By factory Guide Layla Chang	 1:14
    3/ Admire the Machine!						 3:04
    4/ Factory Guide Explains That Honest Toil Brings Its Rewards 	 1:08
    5/ The Master Power Switch						 2:04
    6/ The Machine Marches On ... Arrival Of Next Shift Of Workers 	 2:27
    7/ Factory Guide Warns Against Subversive Agents At Work In The 
       Factory								 1:40
    8/ Revolutionary Working Songs And Techniques			 1:39
    9/ The Machine At Maximum Efficiency				 0:40
    10/ Er-hu Player And Former Factory Employee Now Working As A Street
        Musician In Beijing; Plate Tuning Department; Happy Workers  
        (Lunch Break Is Due!)						 3:44
    11/ A Glue Sniffer Is Caught					 2:19
    12/ Bow Making Department; Varnishing Department; The Tour Guide 
	Continues Stressing The Role Of Good Government ...		 4:37
    13/ Workers Do Keep Fit Exercises ... Kind Of Chinese Clog Dancing	 1:47
    14/ Cutting And Finishing Department; A Time And Motion Study	 2:29
    15/ Power Surge Causes Short Disruption				 0:31
    16/ Close Up Of A Rasping Violin Worker; An Ex Factory Tour Guide 
	Now Works As A Tour Guide For The Tourist Industry (Like 
	Everybody Else); The Violin Steaming Department			 4:12
    17/ The Factory Never Stops; Saw Dust Recycling Department ...	 6:09
    18/ Entertainment For The Masses 					 1:20
    19/ The Workers Are Tired But Their Spirits Are Lifted By The 
	Heroism Of The First Violinist					 1:48
    20/ Next Shift Of Workers Arrive 					 2:05
    21/ A Workers 'Squeaky Belly' Discussion And Criticism Group	 1:18
    22/ The Workers Sing Revolutionary Slogans 'Down With The Dogs Of
        Capitalism!', 'Death To The Agents Of Globalisation!', 'Destroy 
        Your Local Mc Donalds!', 'Stick Your Microsoft Shares Up Your 
        Arse!								 2:09
    23/ Tour Guide Discusses The Reasons Behind The Decline Of Factory 
	Violin Making ... A Former Skilled Violin Worker Is Reduced To 
	Selling Cabbages On The Streets Of Beijing			 3:10

    Recorded in the concert hall of Austrian Radio, Vienna on December 7, 1999
    Produced by Jozef Cseres and Jozsef R. Juhasz

  The Orchestra of Ancient Guts (Vienna): Theresa Schutz, Diana Kiendl, 
  Alexander Eberhard, Isabelle Frodl, Christine Pawlik, Tobias Stosiek, Karin
  Schlechta, Petra Ackermann, Melissa Coleman, Elisabeth Harringer, Margit 
  Slosser, Christoph Rothaler, Arthur Krachler, Levan Pagava, Tony Burger, 
  Aileen Dullaghan, Wang-Yue Ko, Michael Trabesing, Il-Se-Ling, Luis Morais,
  Andrew Roots, Michael Pistelok, Mirek Walega, Ciro Vigilaute, Yuko Aragaki.

  Kaffe Matthews: live sampling and mixing; Tom Demeyer: live interactive 
  video manipulation, visual director; Hu Xin Hang: er-hu, voice; Jon Rose: 
  interactive conductor, midi bow, Relative Violin samples, accelerometer 
  violin.

    2001 - Hermes Discorbie/ReR (Slovakia/UK), HD CD001 (CD)

  Note: the piece was performed as part of the marathon "The Relative Violin 
  Night" in the concert hall of Austrian Radio, Vienna on 7th December 1999.
  Simultaneously, versions of it appeared live on radio throughout Austria; in
  a parallel concert at the Western Front, Vancouver and on the internet.

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094 - TRANSGENIC NOMAD: KK Null, Jon Rose

    1/ Transgenic Dialog 1                      (Rose, Null)             1:34
    2/ Ghost Bathtub & Psycologist              (Rose, Null)             5:17
    3/ Mathematical Cowgirls                    (Rose, Null)             1:22
    4/ Weather Under The Skin                   (Rose, Null)             4:43
    5/ Sonicworm                                (Rose, Null)             3:02
    6/ Pavane                                   (Rose, Null)             2:34
    7/ Transgenic Dialog 2                      (Rose, Null)             1:59
    8/ Immigrant Song                           (Rose, Null)             3:26
    9/ Spiral Furniture                         (Rose, Null)             4:44
    10/ Left Hand & Right Brain                 (Rose, Null)             1:52
    11/ Deepfield                               (Rose, Null)             6:26
    12/ Transgenic Dialog 3                     (Rose, Null)             1:48

    Recorded in Netherlands and Japan in November and December 1999

  Jon Rose: Dr Rosenberg's cymbalon, the Fence, the double neck violin, tenor
  violin, the Whipolin; Kazuyuki K. Null: Kaoss-pad, guitar, Nullsonic.

    2001 - Sonore (France), SON-12 (CD)

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095 - CHATS: Derek Bailey

    1/ Explanation                                                       0:17
    2/ Eugene                                                            7:57
    3/ Henry                                                             6:16
    4/ Fred                                                              5:30
    5/ Barcelona                                                         2:15
    6/ Shanghai                                                          3:13
    7/ The Old Country                                                   1:37
    8/ Anecdote                                                          3:30
    9/ Richard Leigh And The Meaning Of Life                             4:34
    10/ Steve Beresford, Gossip And Poetry                               4:05
    11/ Ole Audrey                                                       1:13
    12/ The Ballad Of Big Bad Ben                                        1:35
    13/ More Explanation                                                 0:48

    (13) recorded in 1992

  Derek Bailey: guitar, voice; Jon Rose (8): violin; John Zorn (13); etc.

    2001 - Incus (USA), CD-R2 (CD-R)

  Note: no recording information is provided with the record; the recording
  information provided here has been gathered by Peter Stubley, based on
  discussion with Derek Bailey and some guessing.

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096 - STRUNG: a project from Jon Rose and Steve Heather

    1/ String								 2:11
    2/ Stroppy								 2:06
    3/ Strumble								 1:34
    4/ Straps								 1:34
    5/ Struth								 2:21
    6/ Stripes								 1:52
    7/ Stroke								 2:20
    8/ Strumpf								 1:39
    9/ Straddle								 0:56
    10/ Strip								 0:50
    11/ Straw								 2:21
    12/ Stretch								 2:18
    13/ Strongo								 2:08
    14/ Stromage							 1:58
    15/ Strangle'em							 3:02
    16/ Street								 1:50
    17/ Stress 								 1:40
    18/ Stream								 1:56
    19/ Strain								 3:30
    20/ Strenuous							 1:01
    21/ Strndlfmp							 2:16
    22/ Straggler							 2:21
    23/ Straight							 3:05
    24/ Strum								 0:52

    Recorded at The Hospital, Amsterdam in July 2000

  The String Players are: Anna McMichel: violin; Mary Oliver: viola, Hardinger
  fiddle; Andy Moor: electric guitar; Alex Waterman: cello; Richard Barrett: 
  samples; Cor Fuhler: keyolin, turntables, piano; Allison Isadora: violin 
  with electronic modulation; Steve Heather: drums, percussion, electronics, 
  whipolin; Jon Rose: tenor violin, 19-string cello, 2-stringed pedal board,
  amplified bow, midi bow, accelerometer animated samples of strings;

  The Virtual String Players are: Mr. Aha May: double bass; Hildegard von 
  Knikkersdorf: harp; Wild 'Bill' Pickering: banjo; Dr. Johannes Rosenberg.

    2001 - Sublingual (USA), SLR011 (CD)

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097 - STEEL WATER LIGHT:  Roberto Musci,  Chris Cutler, Jon Rose, Claudio 
  Gabbiani

    1/ untitled                                                          4:00
    2/ untitled                                                          2:10
    3/ untitled                                                          3:20
    4/ untitled                                                          4:45
    5/ untitled                                                          3:30
    6/ untitled                                                         10:40
    7/ untitled                                                          3:45
    8/ untitled                                                          8:40

    Recorded at Palazzina Liberty, Italy on December 10, 1999

  Roberto Musci: sampler; Chris Cutler: electrified percussion, processing;
  Jon Rose: tenor violin, processing; Claudio Gabbiano: acoustic and electric
  guitars.

    2001 - ReR (UK), ReR RMGC (CD)

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098 - TEMPERAMENT: Jon Rose, Veryan Weston

  Disc 1:
    1/ Just Tuning							 8:09 
    2/ The Tuning Wheel 1 						 2:42
    3/ Forks 1 								 7:18
    4/ The Tuning Wheel 2 						 2:07
    5/ Forks 2 								10:58
    6/ The Tuning Wheel 3 						 2:52
    7/ 3 Part Invention 1 						 5:02
    8/ Forks 3 								 7:18
    9/ Mendel's Library 						 9:00
    10/ The New Guinean Dentist 					 5:21
    11/ The Harmonious Anvil 1 						 2:30
    12/ The Harmonious Anvil 2 						 3:01
    13/ The Harmonious Anvil 3 						 2:40
  Disc 2:
    14/ In Search Of The Pythagoran Comma 1 				 8:15
    15/ The Tone Ladder 1 						 8:25
    16/ In Search Of The Boethian Schisma 				 5:59
    17/ The Tone Ladder 2 						12:26
    18/ The Harmonious Anvil 4 						10:55
    19/ The Tone Ladder 3 						 6:13
    20/ Melodic Fragment, Variations 1 To 3 				 3:55
    21/ 3 Part Invention 2 						 5:18
    22/ The Tone Ladder 4 						 5:43
    23/ In Search Of The Pythagoran Comma 2 				 7:23

    (1,3,5,7,8) recorded at The Hospital, Amsterdam on August 14, 2000
    (2,4,6,10) recorded at The Hospital, Amsterdam on August 20, 2000
    (9) recorded at Mendel's Monastery, Brno (Slovakia) on December 8, 2000
    (11-13,18) recorded at The Bratislava Academy of Music, Slovakia on 
    December 10, 2000
    (14,16,23) recorded at Teatro Fondamenta Nuove, Venice on December 9, 2001
    (15,17,19-21) recorded in Brussels on September 27, 2001 
    (22) recorded at Aux Instants Chavirés, Paris on February 2, 2002 

  Jon Rose: tenor violin, 5-string Eduard Tauscher 'dark' violin, 16-string
  long-neck violin, 10-string double violin; Veryan Weston: Roth & Julius 
  upright piano, Rosenberg orgonium, Janacek's harmonium, Payawipaya keyboard,
  2-manual Zuckermann harpsichord, single-manual harpsichord, Graf Forte piano
  (copy), The positive organ, Stein Fortepiano (copy). 

    2002 - Emanem (UK), 4207 (2xCD)

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099 - FLEISCH (HYPERSTRING 2): Jon Rose

    1/ The Word Becomes Fleisch
    2/ The Screaming Pope
    3/ The House of Goth
    4/ The Call
    5/ Trumpet Crumpet
    6/ Geigebones 1
    7/ Geigebones 2
    8/ Geigebones 3
    9/ The Nose
    10/ Second Nose
    11/ The Broken Nose
    12/ The Repeating Nose
    13/ Mr. Nose
    14/ The Twitching Nose
    15/ The 2 part Nose
    16/ The Seventh Nose
    17/ Not the Nose
    18/ Nose End
    19/ Spare Body Parts
    20/ Perfume

    (1) recorded at Mains d'Oeuvres, Paris on October 13, 2001
    (2) recorded at the Hospital, Amsterdam on May 2, 1998
    (3) recorded in Stockholm in 1997, re-mixed with Tenor Violin in Sydney on
    January 7, 2003
    (4) recorded in June 2000, re-mixed in Sydney on January 7, 2003
    (5) recorded in Sydney on December 3, 2002
    (6-8) recorded at Mains d'Oeuvres, Paris on October 14, 2001
    (9-18) recorded at the Hospital, Amsterdam on December 3-4, 1999
    (19) recorded at The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney in April 2000
    (20) recorded in San Francisco on October 17, 1997

  Jon Rose : tenor violin, samples from the Acolian Violin, long string ins-
  trument, double bass, plain vanilla violin, sampled piano, bass and cello,
  bowed 15 meter string with interactive filter, one string broken violin and
  MIDI bow, sampled whipolin, sampled 19 string cello and piano, viola,
  cymbalon, banjo.

    2003 - Saucerlike Recordings (Australia), SL005 (CD)

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100 - GREAT FENCES OF AUSTRALIA: Jon Rose, Hollis Taylor

    2003 (?) - Dynamo House (?), no catalog number (CD)

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101 - THE ART BOX: Art Bears

  Disc 1: HOPES AND FEARS
    1/ On Suicide 				(Brecht, Eisler)  	 1:27
    2/ The Dividing Line 			(Cutler, Frith, Cooper)  4:11
    3/ Joan 					(Cutler, Frith)  	 3:06
    4/ Maze 					(Cutler, Frith)  	 5:06
    5/ In Two Minds  				(Cutler, Frith)  	 8:58
    6/ Terrain 					(Frith)  		 3:49
    7/ The Tube 				(Cutler, Frith)  	 3:05
    8/ The Dance 				(Cutler, Frith)  	 5:09
    9/ The Pirate Song 				(Cutler, Hodgkinson)  	 1:28
    10/ Labyrinth 				(Cutler, Hodgkinson)  	 2:15
    11/ Riddle 					(Cutler, Frith)  	 2:49
    12/ Moeris Dancing 				(Frith)  		 5:15
    13/ Piers 					(Cutler, Frith)  	 2:12
  Disc 2: WINTER SONGS
    14/ The Bath Of Stars  			(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:45
    15/ First Things First 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:50
    16/ Gold 					(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:41
    17/ The Summer Wheel 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:47
    18/ The Slave 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:38
    19/ The Hermit 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:59
    20/ Rats & Monkeys 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:24
    21/ The Skeleton 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:11
    22/ The Winter Wheel 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:06
    23/ Man & Boy 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:21
    24/ Winter/War 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:05
    25/ Force 					(Cutler, Frith) 	 0:54
    26/ Three Figures 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:51
    27/ Three Wheels 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:35
  Disc 3: THE WORLD AS IT IS TODAY
    28/ The Song Of Investment Capital Overseas (Cutler, Frith) 	 2:38
    29/ TRUTH  					(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:56
    30/ FREEDOM/ 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 3:25
    31/ (armed) PEACE 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:30
    32/ CIVILISATION 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:52
    33/ DEMOCRACY 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:22
    34/ The Song Of The Martyrs 		(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:09
    35/ LAW 					(Cutler, Frith) 	 0:51
    36/ The Song Of The Monopolists 		(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:48
    37/ The Song Of The Dignity Of Labour Under Capital
						(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:27
    38/ ALBION, AWAKE!  			(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:08

  The 4th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by Jon
  Rose (39), Ossatura (40), Otomo Yoshihide/Ground Zero (41), Massimo Simonini
  (42), When/Lars Pedersen (43), Warrick Swinney/Kalahari Surfers/DJ Ballard
  (44), John Oswald (45), Chris Cutler (46), Roberto Musci/Giovanni Venosta/
  Massimo Mariani (47), The Residents (48), Yasushi Utsunomiya (49), Herb 
  Heinz (50), Martin Archer (51), John Leidecker/Wobbly (52), Fred Frith (53),
  Jocelyn Robert (54), and two Art Bears tracks (55,56).

  Disc 4: ART BEARS REVISITED Disc 1
    39/ The Violin In Winter                    			 3:49
    40/ Tranne Lacrimae (Bar Tears)  		                   	 4:12
    41/ On Suicide  				                	 5:49
    42/ Artico & Baci  				                  	 3:37
    43/ The Tube  				                   	 2:44 
    44/ Rats And Monkeys Remix  		          		 3:15
    45/ Time/Bye  							 5:01
    46/ Three Bears Room  						 4:49
    47/ The World As It Hopes In Winter 				 3:55
    48/ The Bath Of Stars/The Skeleton 					 4:51
    49/ Tokusa-No-Kandakara (91 Pieces Of 'C') 				 3:02
    50/ The Skeleton  							 2:59
    51/ Long Winter  							 5:03
    52/ Winter/War/Force  						 4:09
    53/ Everything Again  						 4:14
    54/ Coquelicot  							 7:17
    55/ Collapse 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:51
    56/ All Hail 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 4:08

  The 5th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by 
  Roger Kleier (57), Bob Drake (58,63), Andrea Rocca (59), Vitor Rua (60), 
  Brian Woodbury (61), Chris Cutler (62), Stevan Tickmayer (64), Anne Gosfield
  (65-67), Biota (68-71), Thomas Dimuzio (72) and Christian Marclay (73), and
  an unreleased Art Bears track (74).

  Disc 5: ART BEARS REVISITED Disc 2
    57/ Armed Peace Remix  						 2:36
    58/ Song Of The Monopolists  					 1:16
    59/ The Three Wheels Remix  					 2:45
    60/ Gold  								 1:27
    61/ The Fourth Wheel  						 4:10
    62/ The Three Figures  						 1:06
    63/ First Things First : The Mix That Should Not Be 		 2:56
    64/ Monopolists Democracy  						 4:24
    65/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 1) 			 1:35
    66/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 2) 			 1:35
    67/ All Is Encompassed In The Night (part 3) 			 1:37
    68/ The Summer Mix (Part 1)  					 4:08
    69/ The Summer Mix (Part 2)  					 2:47
    70/ The Summer Mix (Part 3)  					 4:10
    71/ The Summer Mix (Part 3)  					 3:09
    72/ Democracy Remix  						 4:26
    73/ Some Truth  							 4:51
    74/ Carved In Stone (Rebirth) 		(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:46

  The 6th CD features mixes, remixes and reworkings of Art Bears pieces by 
  Bob Drake (75), John Oswald (77), Biota (82), Fred Frith (83), Yasushi 
  Utsunomiya (84), a cover of an Art Bears track by Duck And Cover (76), and
  five live Art Bears tracks (78-81,85).

  Disc 6: FREE BOX CD
    75/ And The Comedy Bears  						 0:42
    76/ The Song Of Investment Capital Overseas 			 3:42
    77/ Summer/Freedom  						 2:48
    78/ The Riddle 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:21
    79/ First Things First 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:55
    80/ March From The Dance 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 1:05
    81/ The Hermit 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:47
    82/ The Winter Mix  						 4:35
    83/ Wheels  							 3:12
    84/ Tokusa-No-Kandakara II  					 3:37
    85/ Coda To Man And Boy 			(Cutler, Frith) 	 7:17

    (1-5,9-12) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on January 15-29, 1978
    (6-8,13) recorded at Kaleidophon Studios, London on March 15-18, 1978
    (14-27) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on November 22-December 5,
    1978
    (28-38) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland on August 24-September 4,
    1980
    (39) recorded in Summer 1998
    (40) recorded live at Roma in 1979 (Art Bears tracks), live at Bourges in
    May 1998, in 1997 and at Roma in December 1998 (Ossatura reworkings)
    (41) recorded at GOK Sound, Tokyo on November 10, 1998
    (42) recorded at home in January 2000
    (43) recorded at M.O.R.I.A., Oslo in February 1999
    (44) recorded in March 1999
    (45, 77?) recorded in March 1999
    (46) recorded in January 1996
    (47) recorded at Loa Studios and Fx Studio, Milano in January 2000
    (48) recorded in January 2000
    (49) recorded at Studio Nirvana in 2000
    (50) recorded at IS Productions, Oakland, California in July 2000
    (51) recorded at Telecottage & Sound Kitchen Studios, Sheffield in Summer
    2000
    (52) recorded in August 2000
    (53,83) recorded at Tonstudio Jankowski, Stuutgart on July 13, 2000
    (54) recorded at CannedGods Mobile in September 2000
    (55-56) recorded at Kaleidophon in Winter 1979
    (57) recorded on January 22, 2003
    (58,63,75) recorded at Studio Midi-Pyrenees in Summer 2003
    (59) recorded at Roma in Summer 2003
    (60) recorded at Telectu's Studio, Lisboa (Portugal) in September 2003
    (61) recorded at The Rusty Scupper, Los Angeles in August 2003
    (62) recorded at Studio Midi-Pyrenees in September 2003
    (64) recorded in Stevan Tickmayer's work room in April 2003
    (65-67) recorded at the Djerassi Artist's Residency Program, Woodside
    (California) in Autumn 2002
    (68-71) recorded at Dys Studio, Bellvue, Colorado in Spring/Summer 2001 
    and Fall/Winter 2002/2003 and edited in January 2003 at Eye In The Sky, 
    Laporte, Colorado
    (72) recorded in August 2003
    (73) recorded at Noise Media, Brooklyn in Summer 2003
    (74) recorded at Sunrise Studio, Switzerland in November/December 1978, at
    Tonstudio Jankowski, Stuttgart on July 13, 2000 and at Studio Midi-
    Pyrenees on June 29, 2003
    (76) recorded live at the Brecht Ensemble, East Berlin on February 16, 
    1984
    (78-81) recorded live probably at Charleville, France on April 16, 1979
    (82) recorded at Dys Studio, Bellvue (Colorado) and edited in October 2003
    at Eye In The Sky, Laporte, Colorado
    (84) recorded at Studio Nirvana in August 2001-March 2002
    (85) recorded live at Cantu, Italy on May 30, 1979

  Dagmar Krause; voice; Fred Frith: guitars, violin, viola, piano, harmonium,
  xylophone, bass, keyboards; Chris Cutler: drums, electrified drums, electric
  drums, percussion, tambourine; Georgie Born (1-5,9-12): bass, cello, voice;
  Lindsay Cooper(1-6,8-12): bassoon, oboe, soprano, recorders; Tim Hodgkinson
  (1-5,9-12): organ, clarinet, piano; Jon Rose (39): violin, piano; Elio 
  Martusciello (40); Maurizio Martusciello (40); Fabrizio Spera (40): drums;
  Luca Venitucci (40); Sachiko M (41): sine-wave sampling; Eto Naoko (41): 
  prepared piano; Kikuchi Naruyoshi (41): tenor; Yasushi Utsunomiya (49): sub
  vocal; Kiyomi Yamada (49,84): vocal, violin, fieldworks; Tetsuji Hayashi 
  (49): shou, hichiriki; Kouryu Koukiji (49): sub vocal; Sakura Koukiji (49):
  dog voice; Mitsutarou Inagaki (49): honey bee sound; Herb Heinz (50): Midi
  boxes, guitar; Martin Archer (51): digital piano, electronics; Jocelyn 
  Robert (54): field recordings; Bob Drake (58): Solina organ bass pedals; 
  Andrea Rocca (59): ambient noises, electric guitar; Vitor Rua (60): bass 
  flute, prepared piano, virtual orchestra, electronics; Stevan Tickmayer 
  (61): virtual instruments; Brian Woodbury (62): bass, piano, Microkorg 
  synthesizer/Vocoder, Roland XV-3080 module, vocals; Tom Cora (76): bass; 
  Heiner Goebbels (76): piano, synthesizer; Alfred Harth (76): tenor; George
  Lewis (76): trombone; Marc Hollander (78-81,85): keyboard; Peter Blegvad 
  (78-81,85): bass; Mariko Ohkubo (84): shamisen.

    2003 - ReR (UK), ReR ABox (6xCD)
    2003 - Locus Solus (Japan), ??? (6xCD+CD-3)

  Note: the 3xCD+CD-3 Japanese limited pressing (on Locus Solus) does not 
  contain Discs 4, 6, and 6.

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102 - THE PEOPLE'S MUSIC: Jon Rose

    1/ Start The People                         (Rose)                   3:33
    2/ Wake Up People!                          (Rose)                   1:15
    3/ Working People                           (Rose)                   2:37
    4/ No People                                (Rose)                   0:43
    5/ Your People                              (Rose)                   5:17
    6/ Some People                              (Rose)                   2:22
    7/ People Control                           (Rose)                   2:52
    8/ Big People                               (Rose)                   6:38
    9/ Odd People                               (Rose)                   4:14
    10/ Noisy People                            (Rose)                   4:40
    11/ Busy People                             (Rose)                   2:22
    12/ The People's Struggle                   (Rose)                   2:14
    13/ The People's End                        (Rose)                   4:30

    Recorded in the Winthrop Hall, UWA, Perth on April 7, 2001

  Jon Rose; The West Australian Youth Orchestra; The University of Western 
  Australia String Orchestra; Lindsay Vickery: conductor; Industrial Percus-
  sion Ensemble: Hannah Clemen, Rachael Dease, Chris Cobilis.

    2003 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR JR7 (CD)

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103 - ART BEARS REVISITED: Art Bears

    2004 - ReR (UK), ReR ab4/5 (2xCD)

  See THE ART BOX (2003) for further references.

  Note: this 2xCD was part of THE ART BOX (2003) and is now available separa-
  tely.

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104 - ARTERY: Jon Rose, Chris Abrahams, Clayton Thomas

    2004 (?) - the NOW (?), now (CD)

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105 - RER USA SAMPLER: various artists

  This 2xCD set features Faust (1), Vril (2), Lutz Glandien (3), Musci-Venosta 
  (4), Fred Frith (5), Sun Ra (6), Cassiber (7), The Necks (8), Kampec Dolores 
  (9), Janet Feder (10), Absolute Zero (11), Istvan Marta (12), Science Group 
  (13), Ground Zero (14), Peter Blegvad (15), Biota (16), ZGA (17), Boris 
  Kovacs (18), Haco (19), (EC) Nudes (20), Art Bears (21), David Meyers (22), 
  Tod Dockstader/James Reichart (23), Paolo Angeli (24), Erno Kiraly (25), AMM 
  (26), Richard Trythall (27), Chris Cutler (28), Chris Cutler/Fred Frith 
  (29), Thomas Dimuzio (30), Jon Rose (31), Dumitrescu/Hyperion (32), Peter 
  Cusak (33), Steel/Water/Light (34), Robert Iolini (35), Ossatura (36), 
  Christian Marclay (37).

  Disc 1: Disk Red
    1/ Lieber Herr Deutchland 			(Faust) 		 4:38
    2/ Freakish Tarpaulin 			(Vril) 			 1:34
    3/ Two Of My Sisters 			(Lutz Glandien) 	 5:12
    4/ When A Dolphin Saves A Baby 		(Musci-Venosta) 	 3:33
    5/ Stones 					(Fred Frith) 		 2:01
    6/ Cosmos Sun Connection 			(Sun Ra) 		 3:45
    7/ Gut 					(Cassiber) 		 3:47
    8/ [Excerpt from "The Drive-By"] 		(The Necks)
    9/ A Bivaly Hatan 				(Kampec Dolores) 	 2:30
    10/ I Hear Voices 				(Janet Feder) 		 3:25
    11/ [Excerpt from "Bared Cross"] 		(Absolute Zero) 	 4:42
    12/ Church 					(Istvan Marta) 		 3:32
    13/ Dance Of The Arguments 			(Science Group) 	 3:25
    14/ [Excerpt from "Costume Red"] 		(Ground Zero) 		 3:35
    15/ Magritte 				(Peter Blegvad) 	 2:05
    16/ Sleeping Car 				(Biota) 		 2:25
    17/ Downcast Miserable 			(ZGA) 			 2:15
    18/ Joy in Manchuria 			(Boris Kovacs) 		 3:50
    19/ Sunday Virgins 				(Haco) 			 3:28
    20/ It Might Be Better 			((EC) Nudes) 		 2:13
    21/ Moeris Dancing 				(Art Bears) 		 5:15
  Disc 2: Disk Blue 
    22/ Pink Porous Rock 			(David Meyers) 		 2:37
    23/ Omniphony 4 				(Dockstader, Reichart) 	 6:43
    24/ Si Riprendre 				(Paolo Angeli) 		 1:39
    25/ Spiral 					(Erno Kiraly) 		 8:29
    25/ [Excerpt from "Flaming Riviera Sunset"] (AMM)			 4:01
    27/ Ommagio A Jerry Lee Lewis 		(Richard Trythall) 	 6:37
    28/ [Excerpt from "North Car Roulette"] 	(Chris Cutler) 		 2:35
    29/ Act 1, Scene 2 				(Cutler, Frith) 	 2:13
    30/ 4 Poles 				(Thomas Dimuzio) 	 3:59
    31/ Odd People 				(Jon Rose) 		 4:08
    32/ [Excerpt from "Life on Earth"] 		(Dumitrescu, Hyperion) 	 4:51
    33/ Pets 					(Peter Cusak) 		 7:48
    34/ #7 					(Steel, Water, Light) 	 3:42
    35/ Secrets 				(Robert Iolini) 	 5:01
    36/ Juggled in Gravity 			(Ossatura) 		 4:54
    37/ Louis Armstrong 			(Christian Marclay) 	 2:27

    2004 (2003?) - ReR USA (USA), ??? (2xCD)

  Note: for promotional use only.

  See THE PEOPLE'S MUSIC (2003) for further references on (31), and STEEL 
  WATER LIGHT (2001) for (34).

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106 - DOUBLE INDEMNITY: Jon Rose

    1-13/ [untitled tracks]                     (Jon Rose)              45:22   

    Recorded at the Gymnasium of Mains d'Oeuvres on January 29, 2002

  Jon Rose: ten-string double violin.

    2004 - Hermes Discorbie (Slovakia), HD CD 005 (CD)

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107 - TOTO ANGELICA: Alvin Curran

  Alvin Curran; Fred Frith; Tom Cora; Jon Rose; etc.

    2005 - I Dischi Di Angelica (Italy), IDA 020 (CD)

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108 - TWICE AROUND THE EARTH - AN EXPERIMENT IN LISTENING: Chris Cutler

  This record features collaborations with Otomo Yoshihide (9), Jon Rose (44),
  etc.

    44/ [untitled]                              (Cutler, Rose)           0:49

    (44) recorded in Sydney, Australia

  Chris Cutler; Jon Rose.

    2005 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CC2 (CD)

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109 - CHAD-BORN AGAIN: Eugene Chadbourne

  Eugene Chadbourne; Joee Conroy; David Stilley; Murray Reams; Jon Rose.

    2005 - House of Chadula (US), 1991A (CD)

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110 - MUSICAL CORR=LA(C)TIVITY: Július Fujak

  This audio companion to the 2005 book MUSICAL CORR=LA(C)TIVITY: NOTES ON 
  UNCONVENTIONAL MUSIC AESTHETICS, by Július Fujak features Miya Masaoka (1,
  2), Heyermears (3), Jon Rose and Veryan Weston (4), Franz Hautzinger (5), 
  Marián Varga (6), Palinckx (7), Erhard Hirt (8), Petr Hrbác (9), Amy Knoles
  (10), Kim Cascone (11), thEoRy Of Shake (12).

    4/ Temperament				(Rose, Weston)		 7:29

    Recorded live in Old (Puppet) Theatre, Nitra (Slovakia) on December 10,
    2000

  Jon Rose: violin; Veryan Weston: harpsichord, piano.

    2005 - Institute of Literary and Artistic Communication (Slovakia), ???
    (book+CD)

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111 - THERE AND BACK AGAIN - VOLUME 2: ON MEMORY: Chris Cutler

    9/ [untitled]                                                        0:40

    (9) recorded on the corner of Oxford and Crown streets, Sydney (Australia)

  Jon Rose (9).

    2006 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReR CC3 (CD)

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112 - FUTCH: Johannes Bauer, Thomas Lehn, Jon Rose

    1/ Futch F                                                          24:27
    2/ Futch U                                                          11:01
    3/ Futch T                                                           4:32
    4/ Futch C                                                           9:16
    5/ Futch H                                                           4:08

    (1-3) recorded at Espace Multimédia Gantner, Bourogne (France) on June 2,
    2006
    (4,5) recorded at t-u-b-e Klanggalerie/Einstein Kulturzentrum, Munich
    (Germany) on June 1, 2006

  Johannes Bauer: trombone; Jon Rose: violin, electronics; Thomas Lehn: analo-
  gue synthesizer.

    2007 - Jazzwerkstatt (Germany), JW010 (CD)

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113 - VIAJANDO HACIA ADELANTE Y HACIA ATRAS EN EL TIEMPO CON EL LOCO DOCTOR 
  CHAD: 30 YEARS OF RARITIES: Eugene Chadbourne

  Eugene Chadbourne; John Zorn; Shockabilly; Violent Femmes; Red Clay 
  Ramblers; Camper van Beethoven; Sun City Girls; ZU; Paul Lovens; Han 
  Bennink; NoahJohn; Leonid Soybelman; Pat Thomas; Alex Ward; Jimmy Carl 
  Black; David Moss; Jon Rose; Andrea Centazzo; etc.

    2010 - Diogenes (Mexico), ??? (2xCD)

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114 - ZELPHABET - VOL. J: various artists

  This record features John Duncan (1), John Wiese (2), Jon Rose (3), Joseph
  Hammer (4), Justice Yeldham (5).

    3/ Illegal Settlement Fence 		(Jon Rose)		 8:20

    (3) recorded in Occupied Territories Palestine on November 15, 2006

  Jon Rose (3): violin.

    2010 - Zelphabet (USA), J (CD)

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115 - TUNINGS & TUNES: Jon Rose, Veryan Weston

    1/ Split The Difference 						 6:17
    2/ Pentahose 							 6:05
    3/ The Octave Stick 						 3:17
    4/ Blow Dry 							 5:13
    5/ Revolving Doors 							 7:07
    6/ Winding The Clock 						 1:35
    7/ Bathsheba's Bed 							 3:45
    8/ Spiral Toothpaste 						 1:57
    9/ Top Dead Centre 							 8:41
    10/ Lucia's Luck 							 3:22
    11/ Tomato Ketchup Dance 						 5:45
    12/ The Difference A Day Makes 					 5:21
  
    (1-4) recorded at The Brussels Musical Instrument Museum, Belgium on June
    13, 2005
    (5,12) recorded live at The Brussels Musical Instrument Museum, Belgium on
    June 14, 2005
    (6-8) no recording information
    (9-11) recorded during a live concert at Michael W. Huon's studio, 
    Brussels (Belgium) on September 28, 2001

  Jon Rose: violin, tenor violin, five-string violin; Veryan Weston: harpsi-
  chord, regal organ, fortepiano.

    2011 (?) - Hermes Discorbie (Slovakia), HDCD 011 (CD)  

  Note: not released yet (planned in September 2012).

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116 - ROSIN: Jon Rose

    2012 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReRJR60 (3xCD+CD-ROM+book)
    2012 - ReR Megacorp (UK), ReRJR60ASH (3xCD+CD-ROM+book)

  Note: the ASH edition is a signed and numbered one, limited to only 7 co-
  pies.

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117 - COLOPHONY: Jon Rose, Meinrad Kneer, Richard Barrett
117 - CALAPHONY: Jon Rose, Meinrad Kneer, Richard Barrett

    2013 - Creative Sources Recordings (?), ??? (CD)

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  * Ear, Volume 14, Number 4, June 1989: "The Relative Violin," article/inter-
    view by Charles S. Russell (pp. 24-27)

  * Option, Nov/Dec 1994, No. 59: "Post Consumer Waste, Jon Rose Shops
    Around," article/interview by Andrew Jones (pp. 38-41)

  * Resonance (UK), Vol.5, No.2: "A Radio Affair," article by Jon Rose (pp.
    28-30)