Episode #2090

Program #2090

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Thursday, October 31, 2002

New Sounds presents its monthly look at new releases from across a broad spectrum, including Paul Lansky's "Alphabet Book," (pictured) a suite of ten brand new pieces inspired by the TV show, Sesame Street. Meredith Monk's eighth recording for ECM, "mercy," began its life as a multi-media stage work which Monk realized together with noted installation artist Ann Hamilton. It arrives just prior to her 60th birthday. Senegalese pop musician Youssou N'Dour inaugurates a new contract with Nonesuch Records in "Nothing's In Vain." We also hear Michelle DiBucci's "Wendigo" (Pacific Time) Steve Gorn's "Colors of the Mind," and Orchestra Baobob's "Specialist In All Styles," among other recordings.

PROGRAM # 2090 New Releases, October 2002 (First aired on Thursday, October 31, 2002)





Michelle DiBucci


Shapeshifter [3:30]
The Elder [2:30]

Pacific Time #8534.

Paul Lansky

Alphabet Book

Interesting Numbers [6:30]

Bridge #9126**

Meredith Monk


Braid 2 [2:30]
Shaking [3:00]
Liquid Air [4:00]

ECM #1829**

Youssou N'Dour

Nothing's In Vain

Tan Bi [4:00]

Nonesuch #79654***

Orchestra Baobob

Specialist In All Styles

Hommage A Tonton Ferrer [6:00]

Nonesuch #79685**, same as preceding

Gamelan Son Of Lion

Bending the Gending

Halloween [6:00]


Steve Gorn

Colors of the Mind

Indian Nights [9:00]

Dharma Moon #104

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