References & Citations:

Satterwhite, Marc. All Your Diamond Tears: Recent Chamber Works of Marc Satterwhite. Centaur, CRC-4042, 2023. Cover art: Joseph Klein, Ode II: Newton’s Divine Miscalculation (enamel on canvas, 1984).
Hopkins, Lucas. The Bass Saxophone: A Historical Account and Performance Guide. Doctoral dissertation submitted for the DMA degree at the University of Colorado (May 2021), pp. 94, 116; reference to Der Schönheitsmolch.
Anderson, Drake. “(Per)forming Open Form: A Case Study with Earle Brown’s Novara.” Journal of the Society for Music Theory, Vol. 26, No. 3, September 2020; interview citations.
Christina Rossetti in Music Project. University of Ottawa (Ottawa, ON, Canada), 2017; annotated bibliographic citation for Goblin Market.
Kilgore-Caradec, Jennifer. “Geoffrey Hill’s Serpents and Dragons.” Dynamics of Desacralization: Disenchanted Literary Talents, ed. By Paola Partenza. Göttingen: V&R, 2015, p.155; citation of Leviathan.
Satterwhite, Marc. Spiky Epiphanies: Chamber Music of Marc Satterwhite. Centaur, CRC-3021, 2010. Cover art: Joseph Klein, detail from Conjectural Landscape I: Forbidden Conquests (mixed media on canvas, 1984).
Kay, Les. “An Interview with Alice Fulton.” Memorious: A Journal of New Verse and Fiction, Issue 15, October 2010; citation of the road in its unfoldings.
Frank, Robert J. Beyond the Common Practice: Concepts and Performance Practices in Contemporary Instrumental Music. Deer Park, NY: Linus Publications, 2010; includes excerpts of IcarUS At thE caBARet VoLtairE (1985) and Goblin Market (1993), pp. 41, 64.
Davidson, Michael McKenney. An Annotated Database of 102 Selected Published Works for Trombone Requiring Multiphonics. Doctoral dissertation submitted for the DMA degree at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (August 2005), pp. 175-180; includes analysis of Goblin Market and Leviathan.
Tischhauser, Katherine Jetter. A Survey of the Use of Extended Techniques and Their Notations in Twentieth Century String Quartets Written since 1933 by American Composers with a Selected Annotated Bibliography and Discography. Doctoral treatise submitted for the DMA degree at Florida State University (October 2002), p. 93; includes entry on Pax impotens.
Small, David. “A World of Music.” Denton Entertainment Chronicle, 21 August 2000, pp. 20-21; quoted in article pertaining to the composition program at the UNT College of Music.
Johnson, Steven. Rothko Chapel and Rothko’s Chapel.” Perspectives of New Music, Vol. 32, No. 2 (Summer 1994), pp 6-53; citation of February 1994 performance by Canticum novum (directed by Henry Gibbons) and the NOVA Ensemble (directed by Joseph Klein) at the Rothko Chapel in Houston.
Schneider, John. “Soundboard.” KPFK-FM (Los Angeles CA), 7 November 1986; radio interview with Elgart/Yates Guitar Duo and Alan Berman, including discussion and live performance of IcarUS At thE caBARet VoLtairE.
Martinson, Connie. “Connie Martinson Talks Books.” L.A. CityView Channel 35, October 1985; television interview with percussionist David Yoken, featuring discussion and demonstration of Prime Set.
Bachauer, Walter. “A Report on the ‘Center for Music Experiment’ at the University of California in San Diego.” German radio broadcast (June 1985); included excerpt from Songs of Life and the Prune Danish Controversy.