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Episode #3184

New Sounds Live Nuggets

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

On this New Sounds program, we'll hear music from our New Sounds Live collaboration with the Ecstatic Music Festival: the Bang on a Can People's Commissioning Fund Concert recorded at Merkin Hall.  The All-Stars perform Steve Martland's propulsive "Horses of Instruction." Also, listen to the hauntingly subtle “Convex/Concave/Concord” by Danish composer Pelle Gudmunsen-Holmgreen, and the intensely grooving “Believing” by Bang on a Can co-founder Julia Wolfe.  And more.

PROGRAM #3184, New Sounds Live Nuggets from The Ecstatic Music Festival (First aired on 3-22-11)                     

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Bang on a Can All-Stars

Live at Merkin Hall  (Ecstatic Music Festival) 2/10/2011

Julia Wolfe: Believing [7:27]




This performance not commercially available.  The piece has been released on Cantaloupe Music CA21001 www.cantaloupemusic.com

Newspeak

Live at Merkin Hall  (Ecstatic Music Festival)
2/24/2011

Oscar Bettison: B & E with aggravated assault [6:09]

This performance not commercially available.  The piece does appear on Newspeak’s record “sweet light crude” on New Amsterdam NWAM026
www.newamsterdamrecords.com
www.newspeakmusic.org

Bang on a Can All-Stars

Live at Merkin Hall  (Ecstatic Music Festival) 2/10/2011

Steve Martland: Horses of Instruction [17:15]

This performance not commercially available.  Black Box Classics 1033 Available at Amazon.com*

Bang on a Can All-Stars

Live at Merkin Hall  (Ecstatic Music Festival) 2/10/2011

Pelle Gudmundsen-Holgreen - Convex, Concave, Concord [17:46]

This performance not commercially available. More info about the composer at:  home.wanadoo.nl

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