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Episode #2964

Bang on a Can Marathon 2009 - Part I

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Saturday, October 08, 2011

Listen to highlights from the 2009 Bang on a Can Marathon. Hear music by Andy Akiho and the Foundry Steel Pan Ensemble, Matthew McBane and Build, Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen and the choir Ars Nova, and more.

PROGRAM # 2964, Bang on a Can Marathon 2009, Part I (First aired on July 23, 2009)

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Foundry Steel Pan Ensemble

Live, Bang on a Can Marathon, 2009 at the World Financial Center’s Winter Garden 5/31/09

Andy Akiho: Alloy [10:02]

This performance not commercially available. See www.andyakiho.com

Build

McBane: Imagining Winter [6:07] McBane: In the Backyard [4:08]

This performance not commercially available. However, both pieces are on Build’s self-titled debut NWA 8 www.newamsterdamrecords.com

Wu Man, Sandeep Das, Brooklyn Rider

Evan Ziporyn: Sulvasutra [18:25]

This performance not commercially available. See www.brooklynrider.com AND www.ziporyn.com

Wu Man

Night Thoughts, excerpt [1:00]

This performance not commercially available. See www.wumanpipa.org

Ars Nova Copenhagen, cond. By Paul Hillier

Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen: Three Stages, Parts 2 & 3 [11:00]

This performance not commercially available. See www.arsnova.dk

Smith Quartet

Joe Cutler: Folk Music (Daithi's Dumka), excerpt [2:00]

This performance not commercially available. See www.joecutler.com

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