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Episode #3105

Music from Eastern Europe

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Monday, November 28, 2011

We’ll listen to Estonian composer Arvo Part’s Te Deum, a beautiful work with a tinge of Eastern mysticism on this New Sounds.  There’s also music from Ukranian composer Vladimir Marynov, featuring the Russian group, Opus Posthumous.  Plus, music from Anton Batagov, based on the music of Buddhist chants, specifically the thirty-seven precepts of The Tibetan monk, yogi and philosopher Gyalsey Thogmey Zangpo (1285-1369.)

PROGRAM #        3105, Music From Eastern Europe   (First aired on 8/19/2010)                                                     

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Opus Posth

Hymni

Vladimir Martynov: Gloria, excerpt [1:00]

Long Arms CDLA 00027

Arvo Part

Te Deum

Te Deum [28:47]

ECM 1505
www.ecmrecords.com

David James, Opus Posth

Hymni

Vladimir Martynov: Gloria, [6:57]

Long Arms CDLA 00027
www.longarms.net

Anton Batagov & Lama Tsering Dondrub

The Monk Thogmey’s Thirty-Seven Precepts

Verses 32-37, Epilogue [14:05]

Long Arms 07087
www.longarms.net

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Comments [2]

khadija from brooklyn

just had an e-mail forwarded by my child, article on telegraph UK; Youssou N'Dour suspending concerts for potential run for Presidency of Senegal; do not know where to give credence. Just thought to pass info along, although your very talented staff may be on it already. Kindest regards, k

Nov. 28 2011 04:00 PM
adh from NYC

chernobyl project is boring +annoying...had to turn off radio!

Nov. 28 2011 02:58 PM

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