- Meredith Monk - Urban March (Shadow); Tower; Railroad (Travel Song). Bruce Brubaker, Ursula Oppens - Monk: Piano Songs 
John Cage - The Unavailable Memory of
Philipp Vandré. Vol. 37: Complete Short Works For Prepared Piano [Mode]
Simple but exceptionally timbral.
the Strad on music played by Marco Simonacci:
...his superb control of sound comes into its own: in a finely nuanced Two Instruments for cello and horn, it’s sometimes hard to tell the players apart
I admit that the combination of cello and horn in former work is interesting in and of itself.
yMusic's new recording, Balance Problems, includes this:
Closing the album is a piece composed by Michigan native Sufjan Stevens. "The Human Plague" acts as a trippy reflection of the album's ambitious vision.
I'm not sure the significance of the title but the work is a rhythmic, minimalist pleasure.
A calming coda, Sufjan Stevens’ “The Human Plague” succeeds in finally putting all of the players’ instruments, heretofore restlessly bouncing off one another, in sync, via a gated effect across the entire track.