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Episode #3170

Lost Music

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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

For this New Sounds Program, we’ll listen to intriguing music about being lost, both physically, and in the sense of just having no direction, and not knowing where you’re headed.  From duoJalal -violist Kathryn Lockwood and percussionist Yousif Sheronick- hear music by Kenji Bunch, an entire suite called “Lost & Found.”

Also, listen to Ingram Marshall’s work, “Fog Tropes,” about being in a fog, and being lost in the fog.  Plus, there’s music about being directionless by Jeremy Peyton-Jones which uses nautical imagery to convey the feeling of being lost.  Perhaps we’ll also hear a bit from Bang on a Can’s “Lost Objects,” a   musical exploration of the meaning of memory, and a powerful monument to the loss of people, things, rituals, ideas.

PROGRAM #        3170, Lost Music                  (First aired on 2-15-11)                       

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Bill Frisell

Disfarmer

Lost, Night [1:50]

Nonesuch 478524
www.nonesuch.com

Ingram Marshall

Fog Tropes / Gradual Requiem

Fog Tropes: Gradual Requiem [9:59]

New Albion #002 www.newalbion.com

Bang on a Can

Lost Objects

M Gordon/D Lang/J Wolfe: We Were Enveloped [7:27]

Teldec 84107
http://bangonacan.org/store/product/58

Jeremy Peyton-Jones & Regular Music II

Regular Music II

North, South, East, West [12:28]

New Tone #6748
www.felmay.it
(http://www.felmay.it/main.php?ricerca=peyton-jones&id=8119)

duoJalal

A Different World

Kenji Bunch: Lost & Found- parts 1,2, 4 [13:00]

Innova 793
www.innova.mu

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