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Episode #1860

Program #1860

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Saturday, December 14, 2002

Legendary Armenian multi-instrumentalist Arto Tuncboyaciyan takes center stage on this edition of New Sounds. His resume includes performing the traditional 6-string sazabo, soloing on the traditional double-reed duduk, and collaborating as a percussionist with such leading jazz musicians as Joe Zawinul, Al Di Meola, and Chet Baker. Since 1998, Tuncboyaciyan has been a regular performer with Paul Winter and the Earth Band. He is the featured artist on Paul Winter's Grammy-nominated Journey with the Sun, which we hear on tonight's program.

PROGRAM #1860, world music (First aired on Thurs, 12/7/00)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Huutajat

H.Y.V.Ä.

Starspangled Banner [1:30]

Bad Vugum #44. www.lpg.fi/badvugum or tel/fax (in Finland) 358-81-377-369

Huutajat

10th Anniversary Concert

La Marseillaise [1:30]

Bad Vugum #79. See above.

Gjallarhorn

Sjofn

Goddess of Spring [5:00], Come Holy Spirit [3:00]

Institute of Finland-Swedish Traditional Music, 358-6-324 2232, email fmi@syi.fi Info at www.gjallarhorn.com

Daniel Figgis

Skipper

Glimmerer [5:00], Alison Creaking [3:00]

Black Burst Rec's #005, (66 Golborne Rd., London W10 5PS. www.tugboatrecords.com more info: www.danielfiggis.com

Frank London

Invocations

Avinu Malkenu [10:00]

Tzadik#7147** (PRMS* or www.tzadik.com )

Arto Tuncboyaciyan

Every Day Is A New Life

I Miss You Every Moment My Brother [7:00]

Living Music #0037** (PRMS* or www.livingmusic.com )

Paul Winter and the Earth Band

Journey With The Sun

Caravan At Dawn [6:30]

Living Music #0038** (PRMS* or www.livingmusic.com )

Robert Tree Cody & Xavier Quijas Yxayotl

Crossroads

Dance of the Sunset Feathers, excerpt [3:00]

Canyon #7041** 1-800-268-1141 or www.canyonrecords.com

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