For Clarinet and Turntables, featuring the recorded voice of Maria Callas and record noise. A concept interestingly explored in 16 pieces, tenuously connecting Emil Berliner (inventor of the flat pressed disc) who set up his first operating company in Montreal, and Maria Callas, who performed there in 1958. Anyway it provides a direction and limitation of material on these pieces that gives them a definite coherence and focus. I could have done with more information in the notes but that doesn't matter much either since, in the end, the ears have it - and it listens very well indeed. Buy it while you can, there's a copyright nightmare waiting to explode.