Exporting my MP3 track data from most of the decade, I come up with the following top albums based on average rated track:
- String Quartets Nos. 1, 5 and 6. Gloria Coates. Kreutzer Quartet.
- Philip Glass - The String Quartets. The Smith Quartet.
- Four Pieces. Carl Stone.
- White Man Sleeps. Kevin Volans.
- [Purgatorio] Popopera. Michael Gordon.
- Ornette On Tenor. Ornette Coleman.
- Lou Harrison-Serenado. David Tanenbaum.
- The Screens. Philip Glass & Foday Musa Suso.
- Alvin Lucier. Anthony Burr and Charles Curtis.
- Volume 1. Wooden Shjips.
And by most tracks played:
- Wizards & Wildmen - Piano Music by Ives, Cowell, Harrison. Anthony De Mare.
- Geogaddi. Boards of Canada.
- Hail To The Thief. Radiohead.
- A Portrait of Charles Ives. Ensemble Modern, Metzmacher, Ingo
- Songs Of Charles Ives & Ernst Bacon. Helen Boatwright.
- Amnesiac. Radiohead.
- Alan Hovhaness - Zhou Long - String Quartets. The Shanghai Quartet.
- Music Has The Right To Children. Boards of Canada.
- Twoism. Boards of Canada.
- Virgil Thomson / Tede, Frohnmayer,Skelton, et al.
I may like contemporary string quartets more than I realized, there's less jazz than expected, and I'm rather tired of Boards of Canada. Not wild enough, I suppose...