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Episode #1955

Program #1955

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Tuesday, June 25, 2002

Jocelyn Pook: Tango With Corrugated Iron; Doug Wieselman: Saved, for guitar and cinder block; Stephan Micus: Music of Stones.

PROGRAM #1955, Music with Found Objects (First aired on Wed. 10/3/01)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Pierre Henry

Variations Pour Une Porte Et Un Soupir

Excerpt [1:30]

Harmonia Mundi France #905200**; or try online.*

Jocelyn Pook

New Sounds Live, World Financial Center, 11/3/99

Tango With Corrugated Iron [5:00]

Not commercially available. Pook's CDs include "Flood," "Eyes Wide Shut," and "Untold Things," all available online* or in stores.**

Doug Wieselman

Private CD

Saved, excerpts [5:00]

Not commercially available.

Stephan Micus

The Music of Stones

Part IV, excerpt [4:30]

ECM #1384, online* or in some stores.**

Phillip K. Bimstein

Garland Hirschi's Cows

The Door, excerpt [6:00]

Starkland #205**. www.starkland.com or other online sources*

Donald Knaack

Junk Music

Kitchen Music [3:30]

Moo Records #062796. www.vermontel.com/~junkman or PO Box 2074, Manchester Center VT, 05255

Robert Minden & Carla Hallett

Are You Now

Terra Cotta [3:30]

Otter Bay #OB-104.
www.lostsound.com

Robert Rutman

Rutman's Steel Cello Ensemble Live

Sounds of Nothing 2, excerpt [6:00]

Stuff Records #003 91BRI. Stuff Records, L├╝tzowstr. 42, 1000 Berlin 30, Germany

Ingram Marshall

Dark Waters

Rave [8:30]

New Albion #112** www.newalbion.com or other online sources.*

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