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Episode #3117

Electronic Components

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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Sample some music made with an electronic component on this New Sounds.  Hear chamber music with tape loops from New York-based composer Michael Montes.  His works take cues from Renaissance composer Josquin DePrez, Pink Floyd and Brian Eno.

Also, listen to music by Mason Bates, composer and DJ, who incorporates electronics, loops, and processed percussion in his chamber works.  Plus, sample music by Swedish composer Stefan Klaverdal  for quartet and electronics, along with a work by Argentinian-born, British composer Alejandro Viñao for soprano and computer.  There might also be music for nothing but electronics, and more.

PROGRAM #3117,  Electronic Components   (First aired on 9/21/2010)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Niels-Ole Bo Johansen

Trombone & Electronics

Jackdaw [10:25]

www.n-obj.dk
OR Download from Emusic, iTunes, or Amazon.com

Alejandro Viñao / Frances Lynch

Hildegard's Dream

Hildegard’s Dream [5:41]

INA_C 1015
www.vinao.com

OR Download from Emusic

Mason Bates / Chanticleer

Digital Loom

Mason Bates: Interlude Siren Music [2:36]

www.masonicelectronica.com
OR Download from Emusic

Olivier Mellano

La Chair des Anges

 

As the Fire's Tongues of Earthly Pleasures Licks (the Holy's Wings) [15:26]

 

en.naive.fr
www.myspace.com

OR download from Emusic

Tippet Quartet, Soloists from the ContemporarY Ensemble

Revelations

Stefan Klaverdal: The Sacred Family - I Façade of the Nativity [9:13]

www.stefanklaverdal.com

www.c-y.se, OR Download from Emusic, or iTunes.

Michael Montes

Chamber Works

 

Oxnest [5:09]

Available at CDBaby.com (www.cdbaby.com) or Download from Emusic

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