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Episode #3225

New Music from Italy

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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Savina Yannatou, Spaccanapoli, and Enzo Avitabile reinterpret regional folk songs for this New Sounds program.  Also, cellist Giovanni Sollima creates an Italian version of Minimalism.  Plus, Yo Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble reinterpret a medieval Italian song as world music.  And more.

PROGRAM #3225, New Music from Italy (First aired on 7/14/11)                                                       

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Various Artists: Spakka Neapolis55 (Spaccanapoli)

Passione Soundtrack

Vesuvio [4:01]

Hip-O Records
Available at Amazon.com*

Savina Yannatou

Sumiglia

Orrio Tto Fengo [4:31]

ECM Records #1903
www.ecmrecords.com

Spaccanapoli

Lost Souls

Aneme Perze [4:26]

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

Giovanni Sollima

Works

Terra Fuoco [3:35]

Dedalo #519769
Available at Amazon.com* as an import
Info at www.giovannisollima.it

Various Artists: Pietra Montecorvino

Passione: A Musical Adventure

Como Facette Mammeta [2:28]

Hip-O Records
Available at iTunes

Aqsak Maboul

un peu de l'ame des bandits

I Viaggi Formano La Gioventu [4:31]

Crammed Discs #002
Available through mail order at www.crammed.be

Enzo Avitabile & Bottari

Save The World

Dance With Me [3:48]

Wrasse #124
www.wrasserecords.com

Enzo Favata & Tenores di Bitti

The New Village

Boche & Notte in Chicago [6:17]

Try www.cdroots.com

Spaccanapoli

Lost Souls

Pummarola Black [5:13]

See above.

Filippo Gambetta

Pria Goaea

La lumaca equilibrista [3:17]

Dunya #8052
www.felmay.it

Savina Yannatou

Sumiglia

Sta kala Lu Serenu [2:46]

See above.

Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble -

Silk Road Journeys: When Strangers Meet

Chi passa per'sta strada [4:45]

Sony 89782
www.yo-yoma.com

 

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