> the loop-inclined should check out the CD "deep listening" by pauline > oliveros, stuart dempster, and panaiotis...the music stays interesting >by > metamorphosing constantly. ....I second that suggestion. You might also look for Dempster's "In the Great Abbey of Clement VI(or IV?)"...also trombone and doo. The broken chord "loops" are likewise pristine and majestic. Pauline Oliveros is very excited about the Deep Listening ensemble. I used to do some performances with her and Stuart back in the 80s have nerve-tingling neckhair stories of her tremendous musical magic. And, by the sounds of it, they've got one helluva project going these days. You might check out her "deep listening" websites fo mo info. One of the sometimes collaborateurs, Ellen Fullman, designs and builds these super-length string installation instruments, played by walking the 80-foot plus strings with rosened fingers...as incredible to see as to hear, beautifully sustained, loopish sonorities played in stately rituals. Definitely worth checking out.