Streams

Getting There

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Sunday, July 21, 2013

It's always good to have a goal, and to feel like you know where you're headed, but, as they say, the real joy and adventure is in the journey itself. David Garland presents some music that takes us places and provides some beauty and mystery in the process of getting there. New music is heard from French composer Olivier Longre, Glaswegian troubadour Alasdair Roberts, and Princeton professor Dan Trueman, along with oldies by The Beach Boys and The Cryin' Shames, movie music by Ennio Morricone, Jerry Goldsmith, and Philip Springer, and music by Bruce Wolosoff for a dance about Helen Keller.

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