Episode #3507

Mid-Sized Ensembles

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Thursday, September 05, 2013

Listen to music from mid-sized ensembles on this New Sounds program.  There’s music from Daniel Wohl and members of TRANSIT from his record, “Corps Exquis,” as a sextet, involving electronics.  Then listen to the Bar Kokhba Sextet playing music by John Zorn, from Book of Angels; the volume is titled “Lucifer.” The record is one of many in the 2nd part of his large “Masada” collection of pieces, all performed by other artists and ensembles.


Then hear chamber jazz from bassist/composer Stephan Crump’s Rosetta Trio and music (for sleeping) from the Swedish AKKU Quintet.  There’s also music from England’s Portico Quartet, including music for hang (drum.) along with the Austrian trombonist Christian Muthspiel and his quartet, riffing on music by John Dowland. Plus, more music from Daniel Wohl & members of TRANSIT, played on a bunch of melodicas.  Really.

PROGRAM #3507– mid-sized ensembles (First aired on 9/5/2013)             





Daniel Wohl & members of TRANSIT

Corps Exquis

Ouverture [5:45]

New Amsterdam NWAM048

Stephan Crump’s Rosetta Trio


Thwirl [5:07]

Sunnyside 1364

Bar Kokhba
Sextet feat.:

Cyro Baptista: Percussion
Joey Baron: Drums
Greg Cohen: Bass
Mark Feldman: Violin
Erik Friedlander: Cello
Marc Ribot: Guitar

Lucifer: Book of Angels vol. 10 

Sother [5:58]

Tzadik 7367

Akku Quintet

Stages of Sleep

Pasquinelli :Falling Asleep [4:21]

Portico Quartet


Shed Song (Improv No. 1) [8:22]

Real World CDRWX174

Annie Gosfield

Almost Truths & Open Deceptions

Daughters of the Industrial Revolution [5:35]

Tzadik 8088

Christian Muthspiel 4

Seaven Teares

Happy Tears [7:54]

ACT Music 9551-2

Daniel Wohl & members of TRANSIT

Corps Exquis

Fluctuations [5:24]

See above.


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