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Episode #3005

Music from Italy

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Monday, February 20, 2012

This New Sounds program is devoted to music from Italy, featuring music from Enzo Avitabile using traditional percussion - that of barrels, scythes and sticks - to drive spirits away.  We'll also listen to a requiem incorporating the accelerated ecstatic drumming of Alessandra Belloni, with its roots in pre-Christian music.  Plus music by musician and radio host Nando Citarella with a sidelong glance at Mozart.  And more.

PROGRAM #3005, Music from Italy (First aired on Wed. 11-18-09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Alessandra Belloni

Requiem per Mama Elvira

Requiem per Mama Elvira [6:46]

Not commercially available. Check www.alessandrabelloni.com

Nando Citarella

Mozart al chiaro de luna

Naninellananina [5:03]

Radici Music Records 119 www.radicimusic.com

Enzo Favata & Tenores di Bitti

Voyage en Sardaigne

Visiones [2:09]

Felmay #7013
www.felmay.it

Enzo Avitabile & Bottari

Save The World

The Plague [3:44]

Real World #49542** www.realworldrecords.com*

Enzo Favata & Tenores di Bitti

Voyage en Sardaigne

Boche 'e Notte [3:38]

See above.

Spaccanapoli

Lost Souls

Aneme Perze [4:30]

Real World#49542** www.realworldrecords.com*

Enzo Avitabile & Bottari

Save The World

Carry The Sun Inside [5:11]

See above.

Kim Kashkashian /Robyn Shulkowsky

Voci

Berio: Naturale (on Sicilian melodies), excerpt [7:00]

ECM #1735**
www.ecmrecords.com*

Enzo Favata & Tenores di Bitti

Voyage en Sardaigne

Lunissannti, excerpt [4:00]

See above.

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