2005

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Jan

1

  • Hugh Seymour Davies (61) dies

4

  • Thea Musgrave’s Wood, Metal, Skin premiered in Edinburgh

11

  • Spencer Dryden (66) dies
  • Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Scherzoid premiered in New York

13

  • Nell Rankin (81) dies in New York of bone marrow disease

18

  • Norman Whitfield sentenced to 6 months house arrest after being convicted of tax evasion

20

  • Philip Glass’s Symphony no.7 “A Toltec Symphony” premiered in Washington, DC
  • Wolfgang Rihm’s Über die Linie VI for flute, cello and violin premiered in Cologne

24

  • June Bronhill (75) dies in Sydney

25

  • Patrick Nunn’s Momenta premiered in London

28

  • Jim Capaldi (60) dies
  • Julian Anderson’s Book of Hours for orchestra and electronics premiered in Birmingham

releases

  • AFX – Analord 1 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • AFX – Analord 2 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • Alva Noto – Transvision EP (Raster-Noton Germany)
  • Alva Noto – Transpray EP (Raster-Noton Germany)
  • Chemical Brothers – Galvanize / Electronic Battle Weapon 7 (Freestyle Dust UK)
  • Chemical Brothers – Push the Button (Freestyle Dust UK)
  • Laurent Garnier – The Cloudmaking Machine (F Communication France)
  • LCD Soundsystem (DFA)
  • M83 – Before the Dawn Heals Us (Labels France)
  • BJ Nilsen – Fade to White (Touch UK)
  • Shining – In the Kingdom of Kitsch You Will Be a Monster (Rune Grammofon Norway)
  • Six Organs of Admittance – School of the Flower (Drag City)
  • Esbjörn Svensson Trio – Viaticum (Act Sweden)
  • Carla Torgerson – Saint Stranger (Glitterhouse)

Feb

1

  • Richard Wolfson (49) dies
  • Erkki-Sven Tüür’s Symphony No. 5 for Orchestra, Bigband and Electric Guitar premiered in Stuttgart

6

  • Lazar Berman (74) dies
  • Merle Kilgore (70) dies

8

  • Helmut Eder (88) dies
  • Jimmy Smith (79) dies

9

  • Tyrone Davis (66) dies

11

  • Richard Barrett’s No (resistance and vision part 1) premiered in London

13

  • Sixten Ehrling (86) dies
  • 47th Grammy Awards held in Los Angeles

15

  • Elliott Carter’s Réflexions premiered in Paris

20

  • John Raitt (88) dies in Pacific Palisades, CA of pneumonia

24

  • Edwyn Collins has a massive stroke, but enentually recovers

25

  • Edward Patten (65) dies of a stroke
  • Peter Maxwell Davies’s O Verbum Patris premiered in Guildford

27

  • Jan A. P. Kaczmarek’s music for Marc Forster’s film Finding Neverland wins the best original score Oscar at the 77th Academy Awards

releases

  • AFX – Analord 3 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • Tori Amos – The Beekeeper (Epic)
  • Amp – Us (Very Friendly UK)
  • Harmonic 33 – Music for Film, Television & Radio Vol. 1 (Warp UK)
  • Jesu (Hydrahead)
  • Klute – No One’s Listening Anymore (Commercial Suicide UK)
  • Moby – Hotel (Mute UK)
  • Sage Francis – A Healthy Distrust (Epitaph)
  • Scanner – Reason By Heart, Sleep By Twilight (Binemusic Germany)
  • Scanner – The Radiance of a Thousand Suns Burst Forth at Once (Steamin’ Soundworks Netherlands)
  • Amon Tobin – Chaos Theory (Ninja Tune UK)
  • World’s End Girlfriend – The Lie Lay Land (Midi Creative Japan)

Mar

2

  • Martin Denny (93) dies

3

  • Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Riffs and Refrains premiered in Manchester

5

  • Sergiu Comissiona (76) dies following a heart attack

10

  • Danny Taylor (56) dies
  • Wolfgang Rihm’s Two Other Movements for orchestra premiered in New York

11

  • Richard Danielpour’s Adagietto for string orchestra premiered in Wheeling, WV

12

  • Michael Nyman’s opera Love Counts premiered in Karlsruhe. Lib. Michael Hastings
  • Patrick Nunn’s Shest Bulgarski Pesni za Detstvoto premiered in London

13

  • Yoshihisa Taira (67) dies in Paris
  • James MacMillan’s motet Videns Dominus for choir premiered in Glasgow
  • Wolfgang Rihm’s En plein air for septet premiered in Badenweiler

16

  • Justin Hinds (62) dies
  • Harrison Birtwistle’s Cantus Iambeus premiered in London
  • Elliott Carter’s Mosaic premiered in London
  • Colin Matthews’s A Voice to Wake premiered in London

17

  • Kalevi Aho’s Symphony No.13 premiered in Lahti, Finland

18

  • Gary Bertini (77) dies
  • Michael Nyman’s Melody Waves premiered in Singapore

20

  • Michael Gordon, David Lang and Julia Wolfe’s staged oratorio Shelter, lib. Deborah Artman, premiered in Cologne

23

  • Dave Van Ronk’s Mayor of Macdougal Street: A Memoir published. Co-written and completed by Elijah Wald

26

  • Paul Hester (46) hangs himself from a tree near his Melbourne home
  • Erkki-Sven Tüür’s Igavik (Eternity) for choir and orchestra premiered in Tallinn

28

  • Moura Lympany (88) dies

29

  • Arvo Pärt’s Da pacem domine premiered in St. Gerold
  • Neil Young has an operation to treat a brain aneurysm in New York. He makes a full recovery

releases

  • AFX – Analord 4 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • AFX – Analord 5 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • Angels of Light – Sing Other People (Young God)
  • Balanescu Quartet – Maria T (Mute UK)
  • Vic Chesnutt – Ghetto Bells (New West)
  • Damon & Naomi – The Earth is Blue (20/20/20)
  • Differnet – The Title of the Record Is the Text Printed on the Cover, or Nothing at All (Friendly Noise Sweden)
  • Evens (Dischord)
  • Thomas Köner – Nuuk (Mille Plateaux Germany)
  • Marissa Nadler – Ballads of Living and Dying (Beautiful Happiness)
  • Out Hud – Let Us Never Speak of It Again (Kranky)
  • Prefuse 73 – Surrounded by Silence (Warp UK)
  • Alasdair Roberts – No Earthly Man (Drag City)
  • Rothko & Caroline Ross – A Place Between (Lo UK)
  • Sole – Live from Rome (Anticon)
  • Tarwater – The Needle Was Travelling (Morr Germany)

Apr

1

  • Alexander Brott (90) dies
  • Jack Keller (68) dies of leukaemia
  • 2
  • Berthe di Vito-Delvaux (89) dies
  • 7
  • Haji Khanmammadov (86) dies

11

  • Junior Delgado (46) dies

13

  • Johnnie Johnson (80) dies

14

  • Benny Bailey (79) dies
  • Wolfgang Rihm’s Dritter Doppelgesang for clarinet, viola and orchestra premiered in Minneapolis

15

  • Einojuhani Rautavaara’s Book of Visions premiered in Brussels

19

  • Stan Levey (79) dies
  • Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen (58) dies of heart failure.

23

  • Robert Farnon (87) dies in Guernsey

24

  • Peter Maxwell Davies’s A Dance on the Hill premiered in London

25

  • Philip Glass’s A Musical Portrait of Chuck Close premiered in New York

26

  • Peter Maxwell Davies’s Naxos Quartet no.6 premiered in London

27

  • Luc Ferrari’s En un tournement d’amour premiered in Belfast

28

  • Percy Heath (81) dies

releases

  • AFX – Analord 6 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • AFX – Analord 7 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • Autechre – Untilted (Warp UK)
  • Books – Lost and Safe (Tomlab)
  • British Sea Power – Open Season (Rough Trade UK)
  • Matt Elliott – Drinking Songs (Ici d’Ailleurs France)
  • DJ Format – If You Can’t Join ’em Beat ’em (Genuine UK)
  • Josephine Foster – Hazel Eyes I Will Lead You (Locust)
  • HangedUp – Clatter for Control (Constellation Canada)
  • Jaga Jazzist – What We Must (Ninja Tune UK)
  • Mike Ladd – Negrophilia (Thirsty Ear)
  • National – Alligator (Beggars Banquet UK)
  • Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto – Insen (Raster-Noton Germany)
  • Quinoline Yellow – Dol-Goy Assist (Skam UK)
  • Shipping News – Flies the Fields (Quarterstick)
  • Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra & Tra-La-La Band – Horses in the Sky (Constellation Canada)
  • Bruce Springsteen – Devils and Dust (Columbia)
  • Teebee – The Legacy (Subtitles Norway)
  • Van Der Graaf Generator – Present (Virgin UK)
  • Luke Vibert – Lover’s Acid (Planet Mu UK)

May

1

  • Terry Riley’s The Cusp of Magic premiered in Berkeley, CA

5

  • Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Klang premiered in Milan

7

  • Richard Danielpour’s opera Margaret Garner, lib. Toni Morrison, premiered in Detroit

10

  • John Zorn’s Orphée premiered in New York

12

  • David Del Tredici’s Paul Revere’s Ride premiered in Atlanta, GA

15

  • David Lang’s Again for chorus premiered in New York
  • James MacMillan’s motet Factus est repente for choir premiered in Glasgow

18

  • Unsuk Chin’s Cantatrix Sopranica for two sopranos, countertenor and ensemble premiered in London
  • Peter Maxwell Davies’s St. Bartholomew’s Prayer premiered in Kirkwall

19

  • George Benjamin’s Dance Figures premiered in Chicago

21

  • Nancy Van de Vate’s Sonata for Clarinet and Piano premiered in Vienna

26

  • Eddie Albert (99) dies

29

  • Oscar Brown Jr (78) dies
  • George Rochberg (86) dies

31

  • Jaime Mendoza-Nava (79) dies

releases

  • AFX – Analord 8 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • Burial – South London Boroughs EP (Hyperdub)
  • Colleen – The Golden Morning Breaks (Leaf UK)
  • Electrelane – Axes (Too Pure UK)
  • Fog – 10th Avenue Freak Out (Lex UK)
  • Gorillaz – Demon Days (Parlophone)
  • Herbaliser – Take London (Ninja Tune UK)
  • Hrsta – Stem Stem in Electro (Constellation Canada)
  • Mice Parade – Bem Vinde Vontade (Bubblecore)
  • Nine Inch Nails – With Teeth (Island UK)
  • Piano Magic – Disaffected (Green UFOs Spain)
  • Port-Royal – Flares (Resonant UK)
  • Richmond Fontaine – The Fitzgerald (El Cortez)
  • Sleater-Kinney – The Woods (Sub Pop)
  • Rachel Unthank & the Winterset – Cruel Sister (Rabble Rouser UK)
  • Keith Fullerton Whitman – Multiples (Kranky)

Jun

1

  • Moritz Eggert’s Ticket To Ride premiered in Fürth, Germany

2

  • Isabel Aretz (95) dies

6

  • Siegfried Palm (78) dies
  • Peter Maxwell Davies’s Commemoration Sixty premiered in London

12

  • David Lang’s This Condition for chorus premiered in New York

13

  • David Diamond (89) dies of heart failure

14

  • Carlo Maria Giulini (91) dies
  • Tansy Davies’s Tilting premiered in London

15

  • Johannes Maria Staud’s Apeiron premiered in Berlin

16

  • Billy Bauer (89) dies

17

  • Erkki-Sven Tüür’s Noesis for violin, clarinet and orchestra premiered in Detroit

18

  • Harrison Birtwistle’s Neruda madrigales premiered in Snape

19

  • Penderecki’s Largo premiered in Vienna

23

  • Isidore Cohen (82) dies
  • Hans Zender’s opera Chief Joseph premiered in Berlin

24

  • (to 26th) The 2005 Glastonbury Festival is held at Worthy Farm, Somerset featuring The White Stripes, New Order, Basement Jaxx, Brian Wilson, LCD Soundsystem, Roots Manuva, Femi Kuti and Steve Earle

26

  • Grete Sultan (99) dies
  • Penderecki’s Symphony No. 8 premiered in Luxembourg

29

  • Erkki-Sven Tüür’s The Path and the Traces for strings premiered in Tartu, Estonia

30

  • Clancy Eccles (64) dies

releases

  • AFX – Analord 9 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • AFX – Analord 11 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • Fennesz Sakamoto – Sala Santa Cecilia EP (Touch Tones UK)
  • As One – Elegant Systems (Versatile)
  • Brian Eno – Another Day on Earth (Rykodisc)
  • Esmerine – Aurora (Madrona Canada)
  • Isolee – We Are Monster (Playhouse Germany)
  • Kraftwerk – Minimum-Maximum (EMI)
  • Jamie Lidell – Multiply (Warp UK)
  • Malcolm Middleton – Into the Woods (Chemikal Underground UK)
  • Minotaur Shock – Maritime (4AD UK)
  • Monolake – Polygon Cities (Imbalance Germany)
  • Marissa Nadler – The Saga of Mayflower May (Beautiful Happiness)
  • Saint Etienne – Tales from Turnpike House (Sanctuary UK)
  • Mike Tamburo – Beating of the Rewound Son (Music Fellowship)
  • UNKLE – Edit Music for a Film (Unkle Sounds UK)
  • Susumu Yokota – Symbol (Lo UK)

Jul

1

  • Renaldo ‘Obie’ Benson (69) dies in Detroit of lung cancer
  • Luther Vandross (54) dies following a heart attack
  • Julian Anderson’s Eden for orchestra premiered in Cheltenham

2

  • Ten concerts in London, Versailles, Berlin, Rome, Philadelphia, Barrie (Ontario), Chiba (Japan), Johannesburg, Red Square, Moscow and Cornwall take place to protest against poverty before the G8 summit in Gleneagles, Scotland. Acts appearing worldwide include Pink Floyd (consisting of the reunited line-up of Gilmour, Mason, Waters and Wright), The Who, Madonna, U2, Paul McCartney, Muse, The Cure, Green Day, Roxy Music, Stevie Wonder, Neil Young, Björk, Youssou N’Dour and Tinariwen

5

  • Shirley Goodman (69) dies
  • Ray Davis (65) dies

7

  • Henri Betti (87) dies in Courbevoie, France

8

  • Peter Maxwell Davies’s Suscipe Quaesumus premiered in Kirkwall

9

  • David Matthews’s Moments of Vision op.68 premiered in London

10

  • Arvo Pärt’s opera Der Weg premiered in Ossiach

17

  • Edward Heath (89) dies in Salisbury of pneumonia
  • Laurel Aitken (78) dies

18

  • John Herald (65) found dead at his home, probably suicide but unconfirmed

20

  • David Lang’s Gravity for two pianos premiered in Cividale del Friuli, Italy
  • David Matthews’s Piano Trio No.3 op.97 premiered in Leasowes Bank, Shrops

21

  • Long John Baldry (64) dies of a lung infection

22

  • Eugene Record (64) dies of cancer

24

  • Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji’s Il grido del gallino d’oro premiered in Montpelier

27

  • Dom Um Romão (79) dies following a stroke

29

  • Hildegarde (99) dies in New York

30

  • Lucky Thompson (81) dies

releases

  • Kinski – Alpine Static (Sub Pop)
  • Röyksopp – The Understanding (Wall of Sound UK)
  • Stuart Staples – Lucky Dog Recordings (Beggars Banquet UK)
  • Sufjan Stevens – Come On Feel the Illinoise (Asthmatic Kitty)
  • Vex’d – Degenerate (Planet Mu)

Aug

4

  • Little Milton (70) dies

6

  • Ibrahim Ferrer (78) dies

12

  • Francy Boland (75) dies
  • John Loder (59) dies

13

  • Arnold Cooke (98) dies

15

  • Earl Zindars (77) dies

21

  • Robert Moog (71) dies

22

  • Luc Ferrari (76) dies

23

  • Einojuhani Rautavaara’s Manhattan Trilogy premiered in Helsinki

25

  • Helmut Lachenmann’s Concertini premiered in Lucerne

29

  • Esa-Pekka Salonen’s Helix for orchestra premiered in London

30

  • David Matthews’s Movement of Autumn op.98 premiered in Presteigne, Wales

releases

  • AFX – Analord 10 EP (Rephlex UK)
  • Amadou and Mariam – Dimanche à Bamako (Nonesuch) recorded 2005
  • Arpanet – Quantum Transportation (Rephlex UK)
  • Buck 65 – Secret House Against the World (Warner Canada)
  • Bob Dylan – The Bootleg Series Vol. 7 – No Direction Home: The Soundtrack (Columbia)
  • Fursaxa – Lepidoptera (ATP UK)
  • Goldfrapp – Supernature (Mute UK)
  • Matthew Herbert – Plat du Jour (Accidental UK)
  • Library Tapes – Alone in the Bright Lights of a Shattered Life (Resonant UK)
  • Richard Thompson – Front Parlour Ballads (Cooking Vinyl UK)
  • Walkabouts – Acetylene (Glitterhouse Germany)
  • Windsor for the Derby – Giving up the Ghost (Secretly Canadian)

Sep

1

  • RL Burnside (78) dies

2

  • Wolfgang Rihm’s Verwandlung 2 for orchestra premiered in Leipzig

4

  • Thomas Adès’s Concerto for Violin premiered in Berlin

5

  • Helmut Lachenmann’s Double premiered in Lucerne

10

  • Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown (81) dies
  • Philip Glass’s opera Waiting for the Barbarians premiered in Erfurt, Germany

11

  • Al Casey (89) dies of colon cancer

14

  • Gerald Barry’s opera The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant premiered in Dublin. Lib. Rainer Werner Fassbinder

15

  • Wilfrid Holland (85) dies

17

  • Alfred Reed (84) dies in Miami, FL

19

  • Moritz Eggert’s Primus premiered in Berlin

30

  • Jan Müller-Wieland’s opera Die Irre oder Nächtlicher Fischfang [The Madwoman or Night Fishing], lib. Micaela von Marcard, premiered in Bonn

releases

  • Jon Balke and Batagraf – Statements (ECM Germany)
  • Black Dog – Silenced (Dust Science UK)
  • Blackalicious – The Craft (Anti)
  • Vladislav Delay – The Four Quarters (Huume Germany)
  • David Gray – Life in Slow Motion (Atlantic)
  • Hauschka – The Prepared Piano (Karaoke Kalk Germany)
  • Jackson & His Computer Band – Smash (Warp UK)
  • Lichens – The Psychic Nature of Being (Kranky)
  • Pet Shop Boys – Battleship Potemkin (Parlophone UK)
  • Sigur Rós – Takk (EMI UK)
  • Ali Farka Touré & Toumani Diabaté – In the Heart of the Moon (World Circuit UK)
  • Vibracathedral Orchestra – Tuning to the Rooster (Important)

Oct

1

  • John Adams’s opera Doctor Atomic premiered in San Francisco

2

  • Hamilton Camp (70) dies in Los Angeles of heart failure

4

  • Vakhtang Jordania (62) dies in Broadway, VA

6

  • Elliott Carter’s Soundings & Three Illusions for Orchestra premiered in Chicago

10

  • James Clarke and Harold Pinter’s Voices premiered on BBC Radio in London

12

  • Kalevi Aho’s Concerto for Bassoon and Orchestra premiered in Helsinki

14

  • Oleg Lundstrem (89) dies

15

  • Joshua Uzoigwe (59) dies
  • Henryk Górecki’s …songs are sung op.67 premiered in Bielsko-Biala, Poland

19

  • Peter Maxwell Davies’s Naxos Quartet no.7 premiered in London

20

  • Shirley Horn (71) dies

21

  • Tansy Davies’s Salt Box premiered in Chatham, Kent

29

  • David Lang’s Writing on Water for vocal trio and large amplified ensemble premiered in London

releases

  • AFX – Hangable Autobulb (Warp UK)
  • Arab Strap – The Last Romance (Chemikal Underground UK)
  • Craig Armstrong – Film Works 1995-2005 (Family UK)
  • Bichi – Notwithstanding (Hobby Industries Denmark)
  • Christopher Bissonnette – Periphery (Kranky)
  • Boards of Canada – The Campfire Headphase (Warp UK)
  • Broken Social Scene (Arts & Crafts Canada)
  • Vashti Bunyan – Lookaftering (Fat Cat UK)
  • John Cale – Black Acetate (EMI UK)
  • Dirty Three – Cinder (Bella Union UK)
  • Explosions in the Sky – How Strange, Innocence (Temporary Residence)
  • Fall – Fall Heads Roll (Slogan UK)
  • Gravenhurst – Fire in Distant Buildings (Warp UK)
  • Tommy Guerrero – Year of the Monkey (Galaxia)
  • Brian McBride – When the Detail Lost its Freedom (Kranky)
  • Murcof – Remembranza (Leaf UK)
  • 65daysofstatic – One Time for All Time (Monotreme UK)
  • Nine Horses – Snow Borne Sorrow (Samadhi Sound UK)
  • Susumu Yokota & Rothko – The Distant Sounds of Summer (Lo UK)

Nov

1

  • Skitch Henderson (87) dies

2

  • Philip Glass’s Symphony no.8 premiered in New York

4

  • Gonzalo de Olavide y Casenave (71) dies
  • Patrick Nunn’s Gaia Sketches premiered in Birmingham

5

  • Link Wray (76) dies
  • Peter Sculthorpe’s String Quartet No.16 premiered in Melbourne

13

  • Henryk Górecki’s The Song of Rodziny Katynskie op.81 & Five Marian Songs op.54 premiered in Krakow

14

  • Jenő Takács (103) dies in Eisenstadt, Austria

15

  • Roy Brooks (67) dies

20

  • Fritz Richmond (66) dies in Portland, OR of lung cancer
  • Chris Whitley (45) dies in Houston of lung cancer
  • James MacMillan’s motet Sedebit Dominus Rex for choir premiered in Glasgow
  • David Del Tredici’s Rip Van Winkle premiered in Washington, DC

25

  • Colin Matthews’s Berceuse for Dresden premiered in Dresden
  • Kurt Schwertsik’s Ein Namenloses Streichquartett premiered in Vienna
  • Nancy Van de Vate’s String Quartet No. 2 premiered in Vienna

releases

  • Sylvain Chauveau – Down to the Bone (Disques du Soleil France)
  • Grateful Dead – Filmore West 1969 (Warner)
  • Growing – His Return (Troubleman Unlimited)
  • Public Enemy – New Whirl Odor (Slamjamz)
  • Kate Rusby – The Girl Who Couldn’t Fly (Pure UK)
  • Wilco – Kicking Television (Nonesuch)
  • Windy & Carl – The Dreamhouse (Kranky)

Dec

2

  • Tobias Picker’s opera An American Tragedy premiered in New York, lib. Gene Scheer
  • Kurt Schwertsik’s ballet Hans Christian Andersen premiered in Bonn
  • Kurt Schwertsik’s Compagnie Masquerade premiered in Vienna

6

  • Kalevi Aho’s Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra premiered in Lahti, Finland

9

  • György Sándor (93) dies

10

  • David Lang’s O Isis and Osiris for two horns, three trumpets, two trombones and tympani premiered in Mannheim

17

  • Trevor Duncan (81) dies in Taunton, Somerset

24

  • James MacMillan’s motet In splendoribus sanctorum for choir premiered in Glasgow

25

  • Derek Bailey (75) dies
  • Judith Weir’s opera Armida premiered on Channel 4 TV, London

releases

  • William Basinski – The Garden of Brokenness (2062)
  • Ryoji Ikeda – Dataplex (Raster-Noton Germany)
  • Jackie-O Motherfucker – Flags of the Sacred Harp (ATP UK)
  • Mono / World’s End Girlfriend – Palmless Prayer / Mass Murder Refrain (Human Highway Japan)

date unknown

releases

  • Pierre Henry – Voyage Initiatique (Philips France) Recorded 3/05
  • Karlheinz Stockhausen – Sonntags-Abschied (Stockhausen-Verlag Germany) recorded 8/04
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