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Episode #2168

Program #2168

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Monday, June 23, 2003

New Sounds explores contemporary works inspired by the string music of J.S. Bach on tonight's edition. Among the highlights are Vladimir Martynov's L’Apres Midi du Bach, a witty take on Bach filtered through an Eastern European minimalist-spiritual musical language; and British composer Steve Martland's classic "Crossing The Border" which incorporates elements of jazz, folk, and rock into a dynamic and at times complex rhythmic structure.

PROGRAM #2168 Music Inspired by Bach (Monday, 6-23-03)

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RECORDING

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SOURCE

Vladimir Martynov

Come In!

L'Apres Midi Du Bach [12:30]

Long Arms #01030
www.longarms.net OR www.ccnc.com

Dan Poynton

You Hit Him He Cry Out

Nga Iwi E [6:30]

Rattle Records (New Zealand) #D-0006
rattle Records PO Box 4187
Auckland NZ (64) 9-378-4389
www.rattle.co.nz

Steve Martland

Crossing The Border

Crossing The Border [2600]

Factory #366. Out of print.

Ilaiyaraaja

How To Name It?

Chamber Welcomes Tiagaraja [5:30]

Oriental Records #115
Oriental Records Inc., P.O.Box - 387, Williston Park
New York, NY 11596
E-mail : orientalcd@aol.com
www.orientalrecords.com

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

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