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Episode #1865

Program #1865

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Friday, February 14, 2003

The all-embracing Bang On A Can Marathon was an especially diverse affair when the event moved to the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2000. Highlights of that day included David Lang's reconceptions of songs by Lou Reed, including "Sunday Morning" and "Heroin," both of which incorporated some classical nuances, like a continuously circling cello in the latter song. We also hear Phil Kline's "Yawp," which features a succession of eight boomboxes playing mystical, unworldly sounds. Other high points include Steve Martland's Horses of Instruction (pictured).

PROGRAM # 1865, from the Bang On A Can Marathon, 12/10/00 (First aired on 12/15/00)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Steve Martland Band

Live, BAM, 12/10/00

Horses of Instruction [14:00]

Martland's BMG/Catalyst CD "Patrol" and his Factory (UK) record "Crossing The Border" are both out of print. Some copies of "Patrol" can be found at www.gemm.com

Phil Kline

Live, BAM, 12/10/00

Yawp [12:00]

Kline's music is on the CD Glow In The Dark, www.composersrecordings.com/cd/801.html Kline's own website is www.mindspring.com/~boombox/

Bang On A Can All-Stars, with Theo Bleckmann

Live, BAM, 12/10/00

David Lang: Sunday Morning [5:30] , Heroin [12:00]
(texts by Lou Reed)

Bang On A Can All-Stars have recorded for Sony Classical and most recently for Cantaloupe Music. For info on these and other BOAC recordings, go to www.bangonacan.org Info on David Lang can be found on the same website or at www.schirmer.com/composers/lang_bio.html

For further information on bang on a can, and links to websites of the various artists involved in the marathon, go to their website at www.bangonacan.org

*, ** - Find the recordings you've heard - go to the New Sounds Recordings Information page

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