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Episode #1953

Program #1953

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Sunday, August 24, 2003

Tonight’s New Sounds features new music for piano, or many pianos. Some works are for conventional piano, like Marti Epstein’s spacious and referential “Waterbowls”. Also, hear Jeff Keezer take dubbed layers of piano to create amazing textures along with other piano works in unconventional tunings and tonal colors. Pianist Kathleen Suppove pounds out a knuckle-twister of a piece by Frederic Rzewski, “Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues” to round out the program.

PROGRAM # 1953, new music for piano (First aired on Mon. 9/10/01)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Geoff Keezer

Zero One

Sleepflying [4:00] Let Down/Hypnagong [5:00]

Dreyfus Records #FDM 36703. www.dreyfusrecords.com

Kathleen Supove

Figure 88

Marti Epstein: Waterbowls [10:30]

CRI/Emergency Music #653 Now out of print, but try Amazon.com*

Philip Corner

40 Years And One

Short Piano Piece IV [3:00]

XI #125** www.xirecords.com or xirecords@compuserve.com

Frederic Lagnau

Journey To Inti

A quelle heure arrive le vent, excerpt [12:00]

Theatre D'Evreux #TE-01. Appears to be a private CD; further info unavailable.

Loretta Goldberg

Zygotones: Contemporary American music for piano, Yamaha disklavier, and sampler

Warren Burt: Repetition Is/Is Not A Theorem [4:30]

Centaur #2470**. www.centaurrecords.com

Kathleen Supove

Figure 88

Frederic Rzewski: Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues [10:00]

See above.

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

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