Episode #3101

Another Private Reel: Live on Soundcheck

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Dip into the private stash of live recordings from John’s other show, Soundcheck, for this New Sounds program.  Hear Kronos Quartet playing Terry Riley, and some electroacoustic music from the Whitetree ensemble.

Plus, the new music marching band, Asphalt Orchestra – takes a break from arranging Conlon Nancarrow and Frank Zappa, to perform a Bjork tune.  Wee’ll listen to a big choral work by Toby Twining, and more.

PROGRAM #        3101, Another Private Reel  (First aired on 7/28/2010)                                                  





Asphalt Orchestra

Live, Soundcheck, 8/5/09

Hyperballad [6:36]

This performance not commercially available.  But it’s included on their record, due out Aug. 3, 2010.  Cantaloupe CA21066

Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society

Live, Soundcheck

Transit [7:19]

This performance not commercially available, but the track appears on “Infernal Machines.”

Kronos Quartet

Live, Soundcheck

T. Riley: One Earth One People One Love [4:37]

The piece comes from “Sun Rings,” and is not commercially available. 


Live, Soundcheck, 6/2/09

Mercury Sands [4:27]

This performance not commercially available. But it’s included on their record, “Cloudland,”


Live, Soundcheck 2/10/10

Great Day [5:47]

This performance not commercially available. But it’s included on their record, “Fallen Monuments.” New Amsterdam

Lisa Moore/ Don Byron

Live, Soundcheck 12/22/09

7 Etudes, #4 [2:29]

This performance nnot commercially available.  The album version is available on Cantaloupe CA21060

Bryce & Aaron Dessner & Rob Moose

Live, Soundcheck 10/20/09

Long Summer [3:52]

This performance not commercially available.

Rinde Eckert

Live, Soundcheck 12/11/09

Orpheus X, on a dark river [3:59]

This performance not commercially available.

Choir of Christ College Cambridge

Live, Soundcheck

Toby Twining: Eurydice’s Letter [4:19]

This performance not commercially available.

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