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Episode #3361

Hearing Voices

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Friday, July 20, 2012

Listen to music from composer John McGuire based on the sounds of one soprano voice (his wife) multiplied, refracted and superimposed to create a choral fantasia.  Also, hear music from Christine Baczewska, who explores the voice as instrument, similarly incorporating multi-tracking to create textured, overlapping choruses. Plus, music by Laurel MacDonald and Paul Lansky’s “Idle Chatter,” and more.

PROGRAM #3361, A Capella Computers / Hearing Voices (7/20/2012)                                                     

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Paul Lansky

More Than Idle Chatter

Idle Chatter, [8:32]

Bridge Records  #9050
www.bridgerecords.com

Laurel MacDonald

Luscinia's Lullaby

Envelope Of Many [3:07]

Improbable Music #04
www.improbablemusic.com

Christine Baczewska

The X Factor

See How She Sorrows, excerpt [6:01]

Pariah Music Project, available from
www.cdbaby.com

John McGuire

Pulse Music III

A Cappella (w/Beth Griffith) [23:24]

Sargasso SCD28043
www.sargasso.com

Julianna Barwick

The magic place

Envelop, excerpt [2:00]

Asthmatic Kitty Records AKR081
asthmatickitty.com

Paul Lansky

More Than Idle Chatter

Not Just More Idle Chatter [8:05]

See above.

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