Thursday, March 08, 1990
From the New Sounds Live Concert Series, hear performances by the Les Miserables Brass Band and the World Saxophone Quartet.
Thursday, November 02, 1989
On this episode were listening to New Sounds from the Near East with music from Bulgarian Female Vocal Choir perform, Armenian musician and composer Djivan Gaparyan, Greek ensemble Theodore Vassilikos and Syrian singer Abed Azrie, much of whom performs Arab music.
Wednesday, November 01, 1989
"Breathing Songs From a Turning Sky" is a piece we'll hear on today's show by American composer Janice Giteck's and new sounds from Arraymusic featuring a piece called "Unfinished Business".
Tuesday, October 31, 1989
On this edition of New Sounds we hear a piece called "Le Banquet Celeste" by Olivier Messaien an excerpt of "Antiphony Across" by Daniel Koialka and a piece called "Recognition" by Keith Jarrett
Thursday, October 26, 1989
Canadian guitarist, songwriter and producer Daniel Lanois joins John Schaefer for this edition of New Sounds. Hear live performances of "The Fisherman's Daughter," "White Mustang II," and "Jolie Louise." Also on the program, we hear some of Lanois' collaborative works with Brian & Roger Eno which include "Silver Morning" and "Deep Blue Day."
Monday, October 23, 1989
African music is the theme for this edition of New Sounds with a piece called "Bissau" by Francis Bebey, "Sackdaddy" by Tiye Giraud and much more music by other artists including Stella Chiweshe and Tabu Ley & Afrisa International.
Friday, October 20, 1989
In the third installment of 'The New Opera' series we hear excerpts from Gavin Bryars' "Medea, Act III," along with some of Philadelphia-born composer Stewart Wallace's pieces: "L'Cha Dodi" and "Kabbala." Also, listen to Bob Telson and Little Village performing "The Glow of the Likeness" recorded live in Central Park.
Thursday, October 19, 1989
Host John Schaefer is joined by English composer, musician and record producer
Tuesday, October 17, 1989
Listen to works by Sam Rizzetta: "Seven Valleys," American guitarist Steve Tibbetts, and pieces from Scott Appel's tribute album "Nine of Swords," all on this on this edition of New Sounds.
Sunday, October 15, 1989
On this New Sounds program, music by Jing Jing Luo: "Estuary", The Evergreen Ensemble Club Gamelan: "3 Bagatelles" and "The Lovers" by Uruguay-born composer Sergio Cervetti.
Thursday, October 12, 1989
On this second of 'The New Opera' series, there are excerpts from "Slow Fire" by the Paul Dresher Ensemble, "The Backyard" by Robert Ashley and a piece called "Vision" by post-minimalist composer Elodie Lauden.
Wednesday, October 11, 1989
On this edition of New Sounds we hear some music set for the late hours of darkness including excerpts from " Rag Kaunsi Kanhra" by Hariprasad Chaurasia, "Night Music" by Stephen Coughlin and "Crossing Over" by David Hykes and Djamchid Chemirani.
Tuesday, October 10, 1989
In our second edition of Old Wine in New Bottles we bring you some pop music culture by American Jazz trumpet player Lester Bowie, the Turtle Island String Quartet and Birdsong of the Mesozoic.
Wednesday, October 04, 1989
For this edition of New Sounds we hear different versions of the same theme of "Lamento di Tristan" by English guitarist John Renbourn, Richard Burmer and much more.
Tuesday, October 03, 1989
On this New Sounds program, hear music by Pauline Oliveros, Stuart Dempster and Panaiotis, "Deep Listening." Usingaccordion, voice, conch shell, metal pieces, trombone, didjeridu, garden hose, whistling, metal pipes, the work was recorded in the bottom of a cistern that once held two million gallons of water, and featured reverb that was sometimes as long as 45 seconds!