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Episode #2125

Program #2125

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Monday, February 24, 2003

Fred Frith’s suite Freedom in Fragments was written for and performed by the Rova Saxophone Quartet, and comprises a series of short compositions that can be played in whole or in part and in any given sequence. In the CD liner notes, Frith says that he wanted to write compositions "which could reach their narrative potential by a force of accumulation...small stories that, when heard together, become big stories." Also on the program, we hear Jeremy Peyton Jones’s North South East West; Aksak Maboul’s 1977 Onze danses pour combattre la migraine; music by Procede Rodesco-Letort, and more.

PROGRAM #2125 (First aired on 2/25/03)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Procede Rodesco-Letort

Volume Premier

Bruno Letort: Suite for String Quartet and Diverse Machines [12:00]

Tangram #3026
www.tangram-records.com

Doug Wieselman, Jane Scarpantoni & Kenny Wollesen

Trio S

Majorca + Coda [5:00]

Zitherine #001
Zitherine Records
151 First Ave., #12 NY, NY 10003 OR doughank@mindspring.com

Jeremy Peyton-Jones

North South East West

North South East West [12:30]

New Tone #6748
www.felmay.it

Aksak Maboul

Onze Danses

Son Of L'Idiot [3:30]
DBB (Double Bind Baby) [3:30]

Crammed Discs #011. Out of print.

Various Artists

Oasis - Music from Mills 2001

Frith: Sideshow epilogue [6:00]

Music from Mills #004.
www.mills.edu

Fred Frith

Freedom In Fragments

Water Under The Bridge [5:00]

Tzadik #7076
www.tzadik.com

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