Episode #3230

World Music

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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures

For this New Sounds program, there’s an hour of world music.  Listen to tricky rhythms but a great groove in music by the global outfit Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures, which is made up of jazzers and North African musicians alike, exploring all the world’s instruments.  Also, hear world trance dance-fusion music by Christopher Stowens, built around Indian and Pakistani sources.  Plus, “Village Voices” from “Pulse: a Stomp Odyssey,” and more.

PROGRAM #3230 World Music (First aired on 7/26/11)    





Qwii Music Arts' Trust Khoi San Music

Pulse: A STOMP Odyssey

Xlao Tshao [1:23]

 Six Degrees #675036-1084**

Adam Rudolph's Moving Pictures


Blues in Orbit [3:47]

META 013


Various artists

Pulse: A STOMP odyssey

 Village Voices (Remix by Mr. Bill and Mr. Ben) [2:13]

See above.

Adam Rudolph’s Moving Pictures


Love’s Light  [4:54]

See above.

Christopher Stowens

Here and Now

Sirens [7:55]

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DJ Cheb i Sabbah

Shri Durga

Shri Durga [11:13]

Six Degrees Records 657036-1009-2

Musci - Venosta

Messages and Portraits

lullabies...mother sings...father plays [3:28]

ReR #ReRMVCD, distr.

A Moving Sound

Silk Road

Si Gu Qin [5:32]

MTM-71 Due out on Motema Records, Sept. 13 , 2011

Christopher Stowens

Here and Now

People Will Talk [10:05]

See above.

John Cage: City Circus, Program XI

Airs 11/21, at 8PM on Q2 Music
In the eleventh of these special City Circus programs, hear a 1982 concert performance of duo piano music by Erik Satie along with Cage’s “Credo in Us” for piano & percussion. Both are from the massive day-long festival, Wall-to-Wall John Cage, recorded at Symphony Space. Also, there’s keyboard music by David Borden for the Mother Mallard Portable Masterpiece Company based on the four letters of Cage’s name, and more.


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