Episode #3072

New Music from Mexico

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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Hear music from south of the border, from the Mayan-influenced flute playing of Horacio Franco to the electronica of Café Tacuba; with Kronos Quartet.  Also, music from Lila Downs, music by Antonio Zepeda, Ariel Guzik, and more.

PROGRAM # 3072, New Music from Mexico (First aired on 5/5/2010)





Aleks Syntek

Lección De Vuelo

Historias de danzon y de arrabal, excerpt [1:00]

EMI Latin Available at*

Lila Downs

In Paris FIP

Arenita Azul [3:26]

World Village 479027

Kronos Quartet


El Llorar (Crying) [3:38]

Nonesuch 79649

Aleks Syntek

Lección De Vuelo

Historias de danzon y de arrabal [5:27]

EMI Latin Available at*

Antonio Zepeda

Espejo De La Noche

El Nacimiento De Huitzilopochtli [5:00]

Da Capo Producciones Fonograficas 920309 Out of print.

Horacio Franco

Musica Mexicana Para Flauta De Pico

Daniel Catan: Encantamiento [7:27]

CNCA-INBA-Cenidim Serie siglo XX, núm. 8 Out of print. Info at

Antonio Zepeda

Espejo De La Noche

El Sueño [4:27]

See above.

Café Tacuba


REVES: 9 (track 3) [5:01]

Warner Bros. 2 CDs #47374 Out of print. Try* or

Antonio Zepeda

Espejo De La Noche

El Reposo Del Jaguar [3:33]

See above.

Ariel Guzik


Homenaje velado a Dewa Rutji [8:32]

AG #1, available through

Kronos Quartet


12-12, excerpt [2:30]

See above.

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Comments [2]

kay from Brooklyn

Breathtaking. Thank you.

Aug. 25 2012 11:37 PM

John, you do know that Cafe Tacvba is playing in NYC Sunday night?

Aug. 25 2012 11:28 PM

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