#3522: Works for Multiple Electric Guitars

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Hear music for multiple electric guitars, including acoustic guitar played by Dominic Frasca – single string processed through a laptop to sound like different instruments – namely three or so electric guitars. Listen to guitarist Dustin Wong and his very staccato overlapping parts, drawn from singing in rounds in primary school in Japan, and what might be the musical ancestor of such ideas - Pat Metheny playing Steve Reich’s Electric Counterpoint. Then, there’s the interlocking sounds of very rhythmic guitar parts by England’s Jeremy Peyton-Jones in a work written for Canadian guitarist Tim Brady, who plays all 18 parts. Plus, hear music by Zwerm, a quartet of electric guitarists, and more.

PROGRAM #3522– Multiple Electric Guitars (First aired on 10/16/2013) 

ARTIST: Zwerm
WORK: Joel Ford: Gauss Cannon [8:37]
RECORDING: Underwater Princess Waltz
SOURCE: New World Records 80748
INFO:  newworldrecords.org

ARTIST: Dustin Wong
WORK: Emerald Atmosphere [3:39]
RECORDING: Mediation of Ecstatic Energy
SOURCE: Thrill 348
INFO: thrilljockey.com 

ARTIST: Dominic Frasca
WORK: Forced Entry [8:25]
RECORDING: Deviations
SOURCE: CA21032
INFO: cantaloupemusic.com

ARTIST: Pat Metheny
WORK: Steve Reich: Electric Counterpoint [14:43]
RECORDING: Different Trains / Electric Counterpoint
SOURCE: Nonesuch 79176
INFO: nonesuch.com

ARTIST: Tim Brady
WORK: Jeremy Peyton Jones: 18 Guitars [13:30]
RECORDING: 10 Collaborations
SOURCE: Justin Time #8434
INFO: Out of print, but try Amazon.co.uk