Compact Discs Quartet for the End of Space includes Mercury Retrograde & CyberTalk (Pogus, 2010) The Beauty of Sorrow for solo accordion and EIS included in Harmonic Series, (Important Records, 2009) Pauline Oliveros: four electronic pieces 1959-1966, includes Mnemonics III, V of IV, Time Perspectives & Once Again/Buchla Piece (SR185 Sub Rosa, 2008) The Eyes of Taxes Are Upon You included in tribute album, The Art Guys (2008) Accordion Koto with Miya Masaoka (Deep Listening, 2007) Pea(ce) Soup for dried peas, metal bowl and Expanded Instrument System (Liquid Architecture, 2007) Accordion and Voice includes Horse Sings From Cloud and Rattlesnake Mountain (Important Music, reissue 2007 of LP1901, Lovely Music, Ltd., 1982) The Wanderer includes Horse Sings from Cloud ensemble version and The Wanderer (Important Music, reissue 2007 of LP1902. Lovely Music, Ltd., 1984) Timeless Pulse with Tom Buckner, George Marsh, David Wessel and Jennifer Wilsey (Mutable Music 2007) Primordial Lift for Electric cello, cello/voice, violin, harmonium, accordion/EIS, sampler, low frequency oscillator (DL-CD-33, 1998) Lion’s Eye/Tale for Gamelan and Sample (Deep Listening, 2006) Deep Time with Fritz Hauser (Deep Listening, 2005) Tara’s Room Two Meditations on Transition and Change (Deep Listening, 2004) A Poem of Change on No W--- Now (Passive Aggressive Records, 2004) If Tigers Were Clouds zeitgeist includes Sound Fishes (Innova, 2003) Music from the Once Group includes Apple Box Double (1965) (New World Records, 2003) The Space Between with Matthew Sperry with Philip Gelb and Dana Reason (482 Records, 2003) The Space Between with Joelle Leandre with Philip Gelb and Dana Reason (482 Records, 2003) Timeless Pulse with George Marsh, David Wessel and Jennifer Wilsey (Deep Listening, 2002) NO MO, Something Else & Bog Road (1966) (Pogus 21023-2, 2001) Live at the Meridian: The Circle Trio with India Cooke-violin & Karolyn Van Putten-voice/percussion recorded at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco (Sparkling Beatnik Records, 2000) The Space Between with Barre Phillips with Philip Gelb-shakahachi, Dana Reason-piano & guest artist Barre Phillips-bass. Recorded at CNMAT in Berkeley by David Wessel (481 Records, 2000) Live in Atlanta: The Carrier Band with Andrew Deutsch-electronics, Peer Bode-vocoder, Pauline Oliveros-accordion and guest artist Dick Robinson-electronics (Deep Listening, 2000) Between/Waves with Philip Gelb-shakahachi, Jon Raskin-saxophones & Dana Reason- piano. Recorded at Bean Benders in Berkeley December 1999 (Sparkling Beatnik Records, 1999) Carrier with Andrew Deutsch, Peer Bode recorded at Alfred University (Deep Listening, 1999) Non Stop Flight with Deep Listening Band recorded at Mills College Fall 1996 with Abel, Steinberg, Winant Trio, The Hub and 12 soloists (Music and Arts CD1030, 1998) Ghostdance with Julie Lyon Rose-Voice and David Gamper-Djembe/EIS (Deep Listening, 1998) In the Shadow of the Phoenix with multi-instrumentalist Randy Raine-Reusch included in Drift Works a four CD box set (Big Cat-London, 1997) Pauline Oliveros:Beautiful Soop and Alien Bog includes vintage electronic music made with the Buchla 100 series synthesizer in 1967 at the Mills Tape Music Center (Pogus, 1997) Pauline Oliveros: Electronic Works - I of IV, Big Mother is Watching You and Bye Bye Butterfly (Paradigm, 1997) Suspended Music Includes Epigraphs in the Time of Aids with Deep Listening Band and Ellen Fullman's Long String Instrument. Recorded at the Candy Factory, Austin TX (Periplum, 1997) Tosca Salad includes a sampler of rehearsals and performances 1992-95 of the Deep Listening Band in a variety of settings and using the Expanded Instrument System (EIS) enables processing of acoustic sounds and the possibility of changing the apparent acoustics of the performance space (Deep Listening DL 3 CD, 1995) Deep Listening Sanctuary a fourth recording by the Deep Listening Band with Pauline Oliveros, David Gamper and Stuart Dempster. Recorded by Bob Bielecki in the acoustically beautiful sanctuary of the Trinity United Methodist Church (Mode 42, 1995) Pauline Oliveros and American Voices recorded in a stone chapel in Pomfret, CT in 1992. An acoustic performance with the American Music Theater Group - Neely Bruce - Director and solo accordion in just intonation (Mode 401994, 1992) The Ready Made Boomerang a second release from the Deep Listening Band's foray into the Fort Warden Cistern in 1988. This release includes guests Thomasa Eckert, vocals and William O. Smith, clarinet (New Albion NA044CD1989, 1991) Crone Music includes music created with accordion and Expanded Instrument System for the Mabou Mines production of Lear 1990 (Lovely Music Ltd. LCD 1903, 1989) Trogolodyte’s Delight with the Deep Listening Band (Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster, Panaiotis) with guests Fritz Hauser and Julie Lyon Balliette explore the sound properties of the Tarpaper Cave in Rosendale, NY in a special underground concert and recording (¿What Next? WN0003, 1990) CDCM Computer Music Series , Vol. 7 includes Oliveros’ Lion’s Tale (CRC 3047 Centaur, 1990) Deep Listening with the Deep Listening Band. “The sound is breathtaking: mysterious, pure, eerie wrap-around sound that sometimes imitates a heavenly chorus and sometimes a distant jet engine...a listening experience like no other.”Melinda Bargreen, The Seattle Times (New Albion NA 022 CD, 1989) Fritz Hauser Zwei , Two duos with percussionist Fritz Hauser - Deep-Sea Rendezvous and La Chambre Obscure recorded in Switzerland (HatArt CD6010, 1989) Kimus #2, A HatArt CD Sampler (HatArt CD 0901, 1988) The Roots of the Moment Short version The Roots of the Moment includes accordion in just intonation in an interactive electronic environment created by Peter Ward. “...a typically engrossing Minimalist tapestry from Pauline Oliveros...”John Rockwell, The New York Times (hatArt CD 6009, 1988) "The Gentle" and "A Love Song." Vor der Flüt, Recorded in a drained reservoir in Cologne, Germany; solo performance by Oliveros, and works performed by 14 other artists (Eigelstein ES 2025/26CD, 1985)
Vinyl LPs Primordial/Lift for ensemble of seven (Taiga Records, 2012) To Valerie Solanas and Marilyn Monroe in Recognition of Their Desperation Two versions, Premiered 1970 Hope College, Wesleyan Orchestra 1976 (Roaratorio, 2010) Timeless Pulse Trio (TAIGA Records, Double LP, 2010) Attention Patterns, featuring new and archival compositions by Pauline Oliveros, Eliane Radigue,Yoshi Wada and Sun Circle, as well as a 48 page booklet containing interviews with the composers and related texts. This release brings together composers with shared affinities for long, slowly unfolding durations and unconventional, harmonic approaches to tuning. Each has contributed a full LP side to the compilation. Limited edition (Important Records, 2 LP, 2010) Drifting Depths (Important Records Imprec206, 2008) Then & Now Now & Then: Celebrating 20 Years , Deep Listening Band, includes Cannery Row, Enginuity /Deep Hockets /Spatial Specialization, Then & Now Now & Then and Deep Sound Exchange (TAIGA Records DLBR1, 2LP, 2008) The Well and the Gentle , Includes music recorded in a drained reservoir in Cologne, Germany, and the title works recorded in ensemble by Oliveros and Relâche, The Ensemble for Contemporary Music (hat Art 2020, 2 LP import, 1985) Vor der Flüt, Includes The Gentle and A Love Song, Recorded in a drained reservoir in Cologne, Germany; solo performance by Oliveros, and works performed by 14 other artists, Eigelstein (ES 2025/26, 2LP import, 1985) Sleepers , Includes Lullaby for Daisy Pauline performed by the Queens College Choral Society; lullabies by seven other artists (Finnadar 90266-1, 1985) The Wanderer title work performed by Oliveros and the 22-piece Springfield Accordion Orchestra; also contains Horse Sings From Cloud performed in ensemble (Lovely Music VR 1902, 1984) Accordion and Voice includes Horse Sings From Cloud and Rattlesnake Mountain in solo performance (Lovely Music VR 1901, 1982) Bye Bye Butterfly, New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media includes works by six other artists (1750 Arch s1765, 1977) Out of print. Trio for Flute, Piano and Page Turner, New Music for Woodwinds includes works by three other artists(Advance FGR-9s, 1973) Out of print, available in cassette. Outline , from The Contemporary Contrabass: New American Music by John Cage, Pauline Oliveros, Ben Johnston performed by Bertram Turetzky (Nonesuch H-71237,1969) Out of print. Sound Patterns , from 20th Century Choral Music performed by the New Music Choral Ensemble, includes works by six other artists (Ars Nova AN-1005, 1969) Out of print. Jar Piece, from Electronic Essays includes works by two other artists (Marathon Music Inc. MS2111, 1968) Out of print. I of IV , from New Sounds in Electronic Music Includes works by two other artists (Odyssey 32 16 0160, 1967) Out of print. Sound Patterns from Extended Voices: New Pieces for Chorus and for Voices Altered Electronically by Sound Synthesizers and Vocoder performed by the Brandeis University Chamber Chorus, includes works by five other artists (Odyssey 32 16 0156, 1967) Out of print.
Tapes Accordion to Bass with Michael Bullock, bass, Pauline Oliveros, accordion (Important Records cassette edition, Jan 2011) Trogolodyte’s Delight see CD description above (¿What Next?, 1990) Deep Listening with Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster and Panaiotis. See description of CD, above (Albion Records, 1989) Tara’s Room, Deep Listening - Two meditations on transition and change for accordion in just intonation and electronic processing (Deep Listening, 1988) “...Both pieces are intended to aid the listener in times of spiritual change, but are just fine for ‘everyday’ use as well. Highly recommended.” --Charles S. Russell, Ear Magazine Sounding Way with Guy Klucevsek, includes Tuning Meditation, cover designed and hand-colored by Linda Montano (Pauline Oliveros Publications, 1986) The Receptive from Blue Window performed by Guy Klucevsek (zOar zcs-8, 1986) Trio for Flute, Piano and Page Turner from New Music for Woodwinds, Includes works by three other artists (Advance FGR-9s, 1973) Out of print.
Selected DVDs, Videos and Film Njinga the Queen King (Mode Records, 2010) Pauline Oliveros and the University of Michigan Digital Music Ensemble (Deep Listening, 2010) Dreams of the Jungfrau (Deep Listening Publications, 2008) Io & Her & The Trouble with Him: An Opera in Primeval Time (Deep Listening Publications, 2008) Small Steps: Interview and performance (Ecstatic Peace, 2007) Recording Field Hby Interface with Curtis Bahn and Dan Trueman with Pauline Oliveros, Tomie Hahn (Deep Listening, 2003) Immersion:Sayonara Sirenade 2000/2001 includeselectronic music in 5.1 surround sound (Starkland, 2001) Oliveros a film by Michael Blackwood, 1992; Aired on PBS (1996) West Coast Music: BBC-TV West Coast Music Project, aired on 11/86 (G. Britain); performance in New York City (1986) Sounding/Way Series: Pauline Oliveros Foundation includes "Farther Along the Unbeaten Path," with Guy Klucevsek; "On and Off the Walls," with Malcolm Goldstein and Don Knaack; and "First Meeting," with Joe McPhee (1986) The Well: Urban-15, live performance of collaborative work "The Well," with Deborah Hay (1985) Vor der Flüt: Eigelstein Musikproduction (W. Germany), video of recording session for album of same name (see above); musicians and dancers (1984) Pauline Oliveros: Linda Montano, biographical photomontage, with spoken biography and background music: "Rose Mountain Slow Runner"; 20 min (1979) Music with Roots in the Aether: Robert Ashley, 1976; includes "Unnatural Acts Between Consenting Adults" and "Horse Sings From Cloud;" 2 hrs. Interview with Pauline Oliveros: U. Penn., aired on PBS (1975) The Sensual Nature of Sound: Laurie Anderson, Tania Leon, Meridith Monk and Pauline Oliveros, Michael Blackwood Productions, 1992; Aired on PBS (1996)