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Episode #3453

New Sound of Early Music

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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Take a new look at early music on this New Sounds program.  Listen to selections from the Luce Trio, involving Indian Shruti box, saxophone, electric guitar and bass.  Their album is based based on and/or inspired by music of past centuries, both originals and reworkings. Also, there's music from the Irish music production company, Ergodos, based on the German hymn, Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ by J.S. Bach.  Then, listen to Gregorian chant, remixed, by vocal group New York Polyphony, using alto and bass recorders, tin whistle, and violin.  Plus, music by Brian Eno, riffing on Pachelbel's Canon, and more.

PROGRAM #3453, New Sound of Early Music (First aired on 4/10/2013)                                                

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Luce Trio

Pieces Volume 1

Chant, excerpt [1:00]

lucetrio.bandcamp.com

Rolf Lislevand

Nuove musiche

Arpeggiata addio [7:15]

ECM #1922
www.ecmrecords.com

Luce Trio

Pieces Volume 1

Chant [4:51]
Dowland: I Saw My Lady Weepe - Flow, My Tears [5:01]

lucetrio.bandcamp.com

Jan Garbarek, The Hilliard Ensemble

Officium

Magister Perotinus: Beata viscera [6:33]

ECM 1525
www.ecmrecords.com

Ergodos Musicians

I Call to You

Schlepper-Connolly: Ich Bitt, erhor mein Klagen [7:42]
Garrett Sholdice: Ich ruf zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ [2:52]

ER 9
Ergodos.ie
ergodos.bandcamp.com

NY Polyphony

Devices and Desires

Victimae paschali laudes (7th Century remix) [3:57]

Indaba Music www.newyorkpolyphony.com
Available at iTunes and Emusic.com

Brian Eno

Discreet Music

Fullness Of Wind (Variation On Pachelbel’s Canon In D Major) [6:00]

Editions E.G. Records EEGCD 23
Available at Amazon.com, iTunes, or Emusic.com

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