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Episode #3015

NightMusic II

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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Listen to another program of works that evoke the sounds rhythms, unsettled nature, and stillness (or not) of the night for this New Sounds.  There are works by pianist and composer Ludovico Einaudi from his latest release, "Nightbook," along with Ingram Marshall's "Fog Tropes" for brass sextet and ambient sounds on tape.  Plus, we'll hear an excerpt from the "Politics of Quiet," from Meredith Monk and her vocal ensemble, together with Alarm Will Sound. And more.

PROGRAM # 3015 NightMusic II (First aired on Mon. 12/14/09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Ludovico Einaudi

Nightbook

Nightbook [5:50]

Ponderosa Music & Art 068 www.ponderosa.it
www.ludovicoeinaudi.com

Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble, with Alarm Will Sound

Private tape

Politics of Quiet :Night, excerpt [10:00]

This recording not commercially available.

Ingram Marshall

Fog Tropes / Gradual Requiem

Fog Tropes [9:30]

New Albion #002 www.newalbion.com*

Christopher Tignor

Core Memory Unwound

Last Thought at Night [5:00]

Western Vinyl WEST 061 westernvinyl.com

Stephen Horowitz

Stations of the Breath

Connecticut Nocturne, Moon over Mudge Pond [11:46]

Fluff Tone Records Available at Amazon.com* for download

Ludovico Einaudi

Nightbook

Nightbook solo, excerpt [5:00]

See above.

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Comments [1]

Donald from Bayonne, NJ

I love this kind of music. Meredith Monk-the Christopher Tignor piece was great-and you can never go wrong with Fog Tropes.

Mar. 19 2012 12:29 AM

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