Episode #1816

Program #1816

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Saturday, August 17, 2002

From the New Sounds Live concert series. Collaborative performances by the Turtle Island String Quartet and the Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo; Japanese shakuhachi music by James Nyoraku Schlefer; new music for classical guitar by Benjamin Verdery.

PROGRAM #1816, from New Sounds Live





Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo

Live, Merkin Hall, 2/17/00

Bogdanovic: No Feathers On This Frog [4:00]

Available on their CD "Laments and Dances" MusicMasters #67145**

Turtle Island String Quartet

Live, Merkin Hall, 2/17/00

Capers: Green Dolphin Street [11:00]

TISQ has numerous CDs, including several on the Windham Hill label and a recent one on their own TISQ label. Most are in stores**available at

Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo and the Turtle Island String Quartet

Live, Merkin Hall, 2/17/00

Machado: Sambalan├žo [4:30]

Not commercially recorded.

James Nyoraku Schlefer

Live, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 11/6/99

Headbell [5:30]

Schlefer's CDs include Solstice Spirit, Sparkling Beatnik #0001. In some stores, or 1-800-636-2291 ;

Benjamin Verdery

Live, Merkin Hall, 3/16/00

Prelude and Wedding Dance [5:00]

For info, see

Newman & Oltman Guitar Duo and Simon Shaheen

Live, Raritan River Music Festival, 5/6/00

Shaheen: Saltanah [9:00]

The original version for Shaheen and Vishwa Bhatt is available on the CD "Saltanah" Waterlily #ES51, . For more info,

California Guitar Trio

Rocks The West

Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody [5:30]

Misirlou [2:00]

Discipline Global Mobile #0003.** or

**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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