Today we look at the music of Anton Reicha and Alec Wilder. Although their music may seem worlds apart, their unique relationships to the music ensembles that they worked with place them in a class together.
In particular, the Elian Radigue piece "Vice-Versa, etc." (1970) consists of two CDs that can be played separately or simultaneously. Each CD contains four iterations of the same track of differing lengths (i.e. a most drawn-out version, a more sped-up version, an even more sped-up version...); the track on each CD is different.