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Episode #1995

Program #1995

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Saturday, November 22, 2003

Works for unexpected soloists are featured on this edition of New Sounds, as instruments commonly relegated to supporting or peripheral roles come to the fore as solo vehicles. This is particularly seen in several works for the brass family: Arkady Shilkloper's Pilatus for alphorn; Clive Smith's Ancient Future for French horn, electric guitar and devices; and Tom Heasley's ambient-flavored "Where The Earth Meets The Sky" which features a solo tuba played with various electronic transformations -- long delays, reverb and loops. Also on tap is Philip Bimstein's inimitable Half Moon At Checkerboard Mesa, for oboe, frogs, crickets and coyotes.

PROGRAM # 1995, new music for horns, tuba, and oboe (First aired on 1/14/02)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Arkady Shilkloper

Pilatus

Song for Everyone, excerpt [1:30]

Boheme #906063. Russian release: www.boheme.ru or www.bohememusic.com; email: boheme@ioz.cz

Deborah Thurlow

I Am

Sacred Postlude [4:30]

Capstone #8695. www.capstonerecords.org 252 DeKalb Ave, Brooklyn NY 11205

Arkady Shilkloper

Pilatus

Bazaar [8:00]
Heightened Serenity [2:00]

See above.

Stephen Caplan

A Tree In Your Ear

P.K.Bimstein: Half Moon At Checkerboard Mesa [8:30]

Musicians Showcasse #1014. www.musiciansshowcase.com

Tom Heasley

Where The Earth Meets The Sky

Western Sky [12:00]

Hypnos #2135. www.hypnos.com ; heasley@hypnos.com

Deborah Thurlow

I Am

Clive Smith: Ancient Future [13:00]

See above.

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