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Sunday, July 28, 2013

German percussionist and producer Sven Kacirek collected field recordings from his travels along the Kenyan coast and in the hinterland near Lake Victoria.  Then, with a bit of studio wizardry, he layered marimba, piano, and various other percussion atop the Kenyan musicians.  We’ll listen to this musical journey through Kenya for this New Sounds program.

We’ll also hear Percussionist/composer Cyro Baptista and his touring band, Banquet of the Spirits, take on some of John Zorn’s Masada compositions,from Masada Book Two - The Book of Angels.  Listen to Bombino from Niger, an incredible Tuareg guitarist, who will deliver some loping Saharan blues, along with the latest from the Afro-Peruvian singer Susana Baca.  And more.

PROGRAM #3189, cross-cultural music (First aired on 4-1-11)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Bombino

Agadez

Adounia [5:06]

Cumbancha #20. www.bombinoafrica.com or www.cumbancha.com

Le Trio Joubran

Asfar

Dawwar El Shams [4:48]

World Village #WVF015**. www.worldvillagemusic.com

Cyro Baptista’s Banquet of the Spirits

Caym: John Zorn’s Book of Angels, Vol. 17

Tahariel [4:46]

Tzadik#7388 www.tzadik.com or www.cyrobaptista.com

Susana Baca

Afrodisapora

Bendiceme [4:40]

Luaka Bop #80899 0077** www.luakabop.com

Sven Kacirek

The Kenya Sessions

Mariä [3:45]   Trickled Away [4:16]

Pingipung #20 www.pingipung.de

Cyro Baptista’s Banquet of the Spirits

Caym: John Zorn’s Book of Angels, Vol. 17

Zafaniah [3:53]

Tzadik#7388 www.tzadik.com or www.cyrobaptista.com

Bombino

Agadez

Tenere [3:33]

See above.

Cyro Baptista’s Banquet of the Spirits

Caym: John Zorn’s Book of Angels, Vol. 17

Matafiel [5:20]

See above.

Le Trio Joubran

Asfar

Douja [6:25]

See above.

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