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Episode #1985

Program #1985

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Saturday, November 15, 2003

This New Sounds program features selections from George Winston’s benefit CD “Remembrance”, a CD of solo piano, harmonic solos, and Hawaiian-style slack key guitar written and recorded within 6 days of September 11, 2001. There’s also a live in-studio performance by Rinde Eckert, a singer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, actor, gifted writer and creator of the stage work “And God Created Great Whales." Plus, highlights from another work for the stage, Raphael Mostel’s “The Adventures of Babar”, round out the show.

PROGRAM # 1985, Remembrance; Rinde Eckert live (First aired on 12/18/01)

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George Winston

Remembrance

Lament [2:30]
Where Are You Now [4:00]
Remembrance [4:00]
Farewell/Kindness Emerging [5:00]

BMG/Windham Hill #11624**
www.dancingcat.com or www.georgewinston.com *

Rinde Eckert, with Nora Cole

Live

And God Created Great Whales:
Father Mapple [2:30]
Seagoing Mind [3:30]
Well Away [2:00]
Farewell My Seafarer [2:30]
The Final Chase [4:30]

Not commercially available. Eckert's available CDs include Story In, Story Out, Do The Day Over, and Finding My Way Home. All available in some stores and online*. More info at www.songtone.com

Raphael Mostel

The Travels of Babar

Conclusion [6:00]

See www.mostel.com for availability. Or info@mostel.com

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

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