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Episode #2035

Program #2035

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Wednesday, May 01, 2002

Ensemble Sospeso performs music by Julia Wolfe, including a world premiere
for 4 drum kits, recorded live at Columbia's Miller Theater.

PROGRAM #2035, from New Sounds Live at Miller Theater,
Julia Wolfe "After Minimalism" featuring Ensemble Sospeso (First aired on 5/1/02)

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Talujon Percussion Quartet

New Sounds Live, February 28, 2002, at Columbia University's Miller Theater

Julia Wolfe: Dark Full Ride (2002 world premiere). [17:30]

This performance is not commercially available;
however, some of Wolfe's work has been recorded, and is available through
http://www.bangonacan.org/store/recordingscantaloupe.html

Ensemble Sospeso

New Sounds Live, February 28, 2002, at Columbia University's Miller Theater

Julia Wolfe: The Vermeer Room (1989). [12:00]

This performance is not commercially available, however, this piece appears on Bang on a Can Live vol. 1 CRI #628 Available through either CRI (http://www.composersrecordings.com/enter.html) or Bang on a Can (http://www.bangonacan.org/store/recordingscantaloupe.html)

 

Ensemble Sospeso.

New Sounds Live, February 28, 2002, at Columbia University's Miller Theater

Julia Wolfe: Tell Me Everything (1994). [8:00]

This performance is not commercially available.

Calvin Weirsma, violin
Stephen Gosling, piano

New Sounds Live, February 28, 2002, at Columbia University's Miller Theater

Julia Wolfe: Mink Stole (1999). excerpt. 10:00

This performance is not commercially available.

*Internet sources include www.cdnow.com, www.amazon.com, and the Public Radio Music Source, a buying service for recordings. www.75music.org

**In most better stores; in NY, try J&R on Park Row, Tower Records, Virgin megastore at Times Square, HMV, Other Music on 3rd St., etc.


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