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Episode #2942

Indie Chamber Music, with Victoire

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Saturday, July 16, 2011

Victoire, a quirky Brooklyn-based band founded by composer Missy Mazzoli, combines strings, clarinets, keyboards and lo-fi electronics (including samples of sewing machines and answering machine tapes) to create their "minimalist, post-rock bliss.”

As much a child of composer Philip Glass as of instrumental post-rock ensembles Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and Sigur Ros, the "band-semble" joins host John Schaefer for this New Sounds program to perform their electro-acoustic indie-classical music live in our studio.

PROGRAM # 2942 Indie Chamber, with Victoire (First aired on Thurs. 5/28/09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Missy Mazzoli

Private CD

Missy Mazzoli: Isabelle Eberhardt Dreams of Pianos

Listen at www.missymazzoli.com
OR www.myspace.com/victoiremusic

Victoire

Live

Missy Mazzoli: A Door Into the Dark [4:00] Missy Mazzoli: i am coming for my things [5:00]

This performance not commercially available, but the track is available as an eMusic download.

Victoire

Live

Missy Mazzoli: Like A Miracle [5:00]

This performance not commercially available. Info at www.missymazzoli.com
OR www.myspace.com/victoiremusic

Yale Philharmonia; Shinik Hahm, cond.

Private CD

Missy Mazzoli: These Worlds In Us [9:00]

Listen at www.missymazzoli.com
OR www.myspace.com/victoiremusic

Bing and Ruth

Mata Young Composers sampler

David Moore: Grand Banquet of the Dreamland Social Club [10:00]

Available on the release, “Kentile Floors” www.bingandruth.com OR www.imdavidmoore.com

Now Ensemble

Private CDR

Missy Mazzoli: Magic With Everyday Objects, excerpt [1:00]

This performance not commercially available. See www.nowensemble.com for info

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