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Episode #2047

Program # 2047

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Friday, June 14, 2002

The Bang On A Can All-Stars, live at Miller Theater, present the world premiere of "The Bus Driver Did Not Change His Mind," by Eve Beglarian, and "Workers Union" by Dutch composer Louis Andriessen.

PROGRAM #2047 From the New Sounds Live broadcast of Bang on a Can's People's Commissioning Fund Concert
(First aired on 6/14/02)

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Bang on a Can All-Stars

From the Bang on a Can People's Commissioning Fund Concert, recorded live on Thursday, May 2, 2002 at Columbia University's Miller Theatre

Louis Andriessen: "Workers Union" (excerpt)

This particular performance not commercially available.

Eve Beglarian: "The Bus Driver Didn't Change His Mind" [9:00]

This particular performance not commercially available. More info about Eve Beglarian at http://www.evbvd.com

Louis Andriessen: "Workers Union" [17:00]

This particular performance not commercially available. There is a performance in print on New Albion #094
http://www.newalbion.com

John King: "Amadou Stomps the Blues" [14:00]

This particular performance not commercially available. More info about John King at http://www.johnkingmusic.com/

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