Misha Nogha
World Cove, OR  USA mishanogha.com/index.html
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Misha Nogha, an award winning author and poet, Misha is also a classically trained flautist performing in jazz, blues, rock and contemporary genres.
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Songs
Peak position #16
a reading of my poem for Arie van Schutterhoef from Magpies and Tigers. Electronics by Michael Chocholak excerpted from lavalamp three.
Peak position #39
Solo instrumental with Misha on flute & processing
Peak in sub-genre #22
Feedback and percussive guitar techniques along with supple flute lines describe the fluid danger of Balum. Misha - flute, Michael Chocholak - guitars, parakeets - backup vocals
Peak in sub-genre #39
The Hopi word for eagle. Misha plays a clay aztec flute cast as a figurine in a trance position. Misha on clay flute & conch, Michael Chocholak on percussion, bowed guitar
Peak in sub-genre #41
Dedicated to Yoshiyuki Takada of the Sankai Juku butoh ensemble who fell to his death during a performance in Seattle on September 10, 1985. Misha - flute, Michael Chocholak - percussion, electronics ('lo-fi play' does not work)
Peak in sub-genre #49
From the series of selections written by Jonathan Golove and performed live at SUNY Buffalo in December 2002. Prose by Misha, music by Jonathan Golove.
Peak in sub-genre #87
From the series of selections written by Jonathan Golove and performed live at SUNY Buffalo in December 2002. Prose by Misha, music by Jonathan Golove.
Peak in sub-genre #55
From the series of selections written by Jonathan Golove performed live at SUNY Buffalo in December 2002. Prose by Misha, music by Jonathan Golove.
From the series of selections written by Jonathan Golove and performed live at SUNY Buffalo in December 2002. Prose by Misha, music by Jonathan Golove.
Peak in sub-genre #38
The final piece in a series of selections written by Jonathan Golove performed live at the University of Buffalo in December 2002. Prose by Misha, music by Jonathan Golove.
Misha - flute, Michael Chocholak - electronics, percussion
An improvised reading from Prayers of Steel in collaboration with German electronic music pioneer Conrad Schnitzler.
Peak in sub-genre #40
collaboration with Conrad Schnitzler. Misha on flute, Conrad Schnitzler on synth, Michael Chocholak electronics
Sound poetry piece improvised with Canadian sound artist Richard Truhlar and electroacoustic artist Michael Chocholak.
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