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P. D. Q. BACH:  From “Safe” Sextet, I Virtuosi di Hoople, Telarc CD 80295
from Program Number 12:  “Harp, Scales”

P. D. Q. BACH:  Birthday Ode to “Big Daddy” Bach, Oedipus Tex, Telarc CD 80239
from Program Number 25:  “Birthday”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn, An Evening with P. D. Q. Bach, Vanguard VBD 79195
from Program Number 27:  “Death”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “The Art of the Ground Round,” “Nelly is a nice girl”, The Intimate P. D. Q. Bach, Vanguard VSD 79335
from Program Number 28:  “Bass/Bass Lines”

P. D. Q. BACH:  Prelude to “Einstein on the Fritz”, The Greater Hoople Area Off-Season Philharmonic/Walter Bruno, Telarc CD 80210
from Program Number 34:  “The Bach of Gibraltar”

P. D. Q. BACH:  Fugue in C Minor (from the “Toot Suite for calliope four hands”), Emmanuel Pedal, Vanguard VBD 79268
from Program Number 40:  “Varieties of Organic Experience”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “1712” Overture, The Greater Hoople Area Off-Season Philharmonic/Walter Bruno, Telarc CD 80210
from Program Number 43:  “Humor Me”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From Grand Serenade for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion, Turtle Mountain Naval Base Tactical Wind Ensemble, Telarc CD 80307
from Program Number 43:  “Humor Me”

P. D. Q. BACH:  “1712” Overture, The Greater Hoople Area Off-Season Philharmonic/Walter Bruno, Telarc CD 80210
from Program Number 43:  “Humor Me”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “Oedipus Tex,” Aria: “You murdered your father”, Dana Krueger/The Greater Hoople Area Off-Season Philharmonic/ Wayland, Telarc CD 80239
from Program Number 44:  “Leave the Meter Running”

P. D. Q. BACH:  Fugue in C minor (from the “Toot Suite for calliope four hands”), Emmanuel Pedal, “P.D.Q. Bach On the Air”, Vanguard VBD 79268
from Program Number 52:  “The Fugal Gourmet”

P. D. Q. BACH:  “Knock, Knock,” Recitative & chorus: “So this guy”, The Greater Hoople Area Off-Season Philharmonic & The Okay Chorale/Schickele, “Oedipus Tex”, Telarc CD 80239
from Program Number 52:  “The Fugal Gourmet”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From Cantata: Iphigenia in Brooklyn, John Ferrante/Chamber Orchestra/Mester, “An Evening with P.D.Q. Bach”, Everyman VBD 79195
from Program Number 62:  “True or Falsetto”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “Pervertimento for Bagpipes, Bicycle & Balloons”, Maurice Eisenstadt, bagpipes/Robert Lewis, balloons/Peter Schickele, bicycle/The Royal P. D. Q. Bach Festival Orchestra/Mester, Vanguard VMD 79223
from Program Number 63:  “Pipes & All”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “Erotica” Variations, Professor Peter Schickele/David Oei, “The Intimate P.D.Q. Bach”, Vanguard VMD 79335
from Program Number 67:  “Instrumental Exotica”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From Concerto for Horn & Hardart (S. 27), 1st Mvt., Chamber Orchestra/Mester, “An Evening with P.D.Q. Bach”, Vanguard VBD 79195
from Program Number 68:  “What IS that Instrument”

P. D. Q. BACH:  “Lip My Reeds” (S. 32’), Tennessee Bassoon Quartet, “Music for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion”, Telarc CD 80307
from Program Number 69:  “For He Heard the Loud Bassoon”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From the Oratorio, “The Seasonings,” Chorale: “By the leeks of Babylon/There we sat down, yea, we wept”, The Okay Chorale//Mester, Vanguard VBD 79223
from Program Number 78:  “Let’s Get This Thing Over With!”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From Grand Seranade for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion (S. 1000), Turtle Mountain Naval Base Tactical Wind Ensemble, “Music for an Awful Lot of Winds & Percussion”, Telarc CD 80307
from Program Number 84:  “Clarinet Plus”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From Concerto for Horn & Hardart (S. 27), Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Jorge Mester, “An Evening with P.D.Q. Bach”, Vanguard VBD 79195
from Program Number 86:  “Pendulum in White Tie & Tails”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From Concerto for Two Pianos vs. Orchestra (S. 2 are better than one), Professor Peter Schickele/Jon Kimura Parker/The New York Pick-Up Ensemble/Mester, Telarc CD 80376
from Program Number 86:  “Pendulum in White Tie & Tails”

P. D. Q. BACH:  Sanka Cantata, Personal collection
from Program Number 87:  “First Things First”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “Howdy” Symphony, 1st Mvt., New York Pick-Up Ensemble/Professor Peter Schickele, Vanguard VMD 79443
from Program Number 87:  “First Things First”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “The Musical Sacrifice” (S. 50% off), “Fuga Meshuga”, Susan Palma, flute/Stephen Taylor, oboe/Lauren Goldstein, Gerald Tarack, violin, “Two Pianos are Better than One”, Telarc CD 80376
from Program Number 93:  “Transitory Pleasures”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From Royal Firewater Musick, 5th Mvt., New York Pick-Up Ensemble/Professor Schickele, “A Little Nightmare Music”, Vanguard VSD 79448
from Program Number 98:  “I’ve Got a Right to Be Influenced by the Blues”

P. D. Q. BACH:  “A Little Nightmare Music,” Finale: “What hutzpah!”, James Billings, baritone/Bruce Ford, tenor/The New York Pick-Up Ensemble/Professor Schickele, Vanguard VMD 79448
from Program Number 103:  “Background Information”

P. D. Q. BACH:  Three Chorale-Based Piecelets (S. III), Chorale: “Orally”, Professor Schickele, “P. D. Q. Bach: The Short-Tempered Clavier & other dysfunctional works for keyboards”, Telarc CD 80390
from Program Number 104:  “‘And How Would You Like that Prepared Sir?’ ‘Harmonically, Please.’”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “Four Folk Song Upsettings,” “He Came from Over Yonder Ridge”, Dana Krueger, mezzanine-soprano/Peter Lurye, piano/Prof. Schickele, devious instrument, “P. D. Q. Bach: Talkity-Talk Radio”, Telarc CD 80295
from Program Number 105:  “Boom Chick & Beyond”

P. D. Q. BACH:  Toccata et Fuga Obnoxia, Dennis James, “P. D. Q. Bach: The Short-Tempered Clavier and Other Dysfunctional Works for Keyboard”, Telarc CD 80390
from Program Number 111:  “Leave the Playing to Us”

P. D. Q. BACH:  From “No-No Nonette”, New York Pick-Up Ensemble, “P. D. Q. Bach: Black Forest Bluegrass”, Vanguard VMD 79427
from Program Number 112:  “Revenge of the Nerdy Instruments”

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