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Sunday, September 21, 2003

Founder of the band Art of Noise, Anne Dudley helped pioneer and develop the art of sampling. Now she’s best known perhaps for her recent film scores, like “The Crying Game.” On this edition of New Sounds, we’ll hear music with that “classical” orchestrated sound, which may not necessarily be a full symphony orchestra, but may also include string samples. There’s music from Dudley’s CD “A Different Light” on the show, along with Music for the NASA Mars Mission by Vangelis. Plus, hear Icelandic composer Hilmar Orn Hilmarsson’s soundtrack, “Angels of the Universe,” most of it created electronically off keyboards, with some violins and other acoustic instruments completing the sound. An orchestral-sounding composition by Italian Piero Milesi concludes the show.

PROGRAM # 1970, new "orchestrations" (First aired on Wed. 11/7/01)

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SOURCE

Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson

Angels of the Universe

Approach/Dream [3:30]
Memory [2:30]
Journey to the Underworld [1:30] Another Memory [1:30]
Schiller In China [3:00]
Te Morituri… [3:00]
Sigur Ros: Bium Bium Bambalo [6:30]

Fat Cat #CD01P. Distributed by Caroline Records in the US**, 212-886-7500. www.fat-cat.co.uk

Anne Dudley

A Different Light

The Crying Game [3:30]
Moment In Love [11:00]

Angel/EMI #75158**
Available for purchase at Amazon.com*

Vangelis

Mythodea -- Music for the NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey

Movement 9 [5:00]

Sony Classical #89191** www.sonyclassical.com or www.vangelismythodea.com

Piero Milesi

Within Himself

So Soggy, excerpt [8:00]

Cuneiform #RUNE 133** www.cuneiformrecords.com

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

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