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Episode #3309

Piano Insides

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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Explore the sounds of a piano's insides on this New Sounds program.  From the prepared piano to the bowed and/or plucked piano strings inside the body of the beast, there are sure to be unusual sounds galore.  Listen to Ergo, an electro-acoustic trio - somehow both slinky and spacey - with trombone, prepared piano, drums, and special guests on guitar.

There's also music from Matthew Shipp, George Crumb, Hauschka, and more. 

PROGRAM # 3309 Piano Insides, (First aired on 3/5/2012)                                                         

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RECORDING

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SOURCE

Emanuele Arciuli, piano

George Crumb Edition, Volume 9

 

George Crumb: Eine Kleine Mitternachtmusik, excerpt [2:00]

Bridge 9170
www.bridgerecords.com

Ergo

If Not Inertia

Sorrows Of The Moon [5:10]

Cuneiform Records Rune 339
www.ergoisaband.com
cuneiformrecords.com

Guillaume de Chassy

Silences

Du côté de chez Poulenc - Part I (d'après Francis Poulenc) [1:58]

Bee Jazz BEE050
Available at Emusic.com, Amazon.com, iTunes

Hauschka

Salon des Amateurs

No Sleep [4:38]

Fat Cat CD 13-16
www.fatcat-usa.com

Matthew Shipp

elastic aspects

Stage 10 [3:11]

Thirsty Ear THI 57202
www.thirstyear.com

Hauschka

Ferndorf

Schönes Mädchen (Pretty Girl) [3:40]

Fat Cat #1308
www.fatcat-usa.com

Ergo

If Not Inertia

Two For Joy [6:50]

See above.

PROJECT Trio

Random Roads Collection

Dr Nick, excerpt [1:00]

Tummy Touch Records TUCH2039
www.whatisproject.org

Emanuele Arciuli, piano

George Crumb Edition, Volume 9

 

George Crumb: Eine Kleine Mitternachtmusik, Ruminations on 'Round Midnight by Thelonious Monk [22:00]

Bridge 9170
www.bridgerecords.com
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