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Monday, December 29, 2003

New Sounds Live at The Bang On A Can Marathon, Part 1 of 5. Hear recordings from the annual day-long new music marathon at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, recorded live in October 2001. Listen to performances by Kyaw Kyaw Naing and his wheel of Burmese magic, Wu Man & James Makubuya, the Norwegian duo Trollstilt, and the David Chesworth Ensemble.
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PROGRAM # 1965, from the 2001 Bang On A Can Marathon (First aired on Mon. 10/29/01)

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Kyaw Kyaw Naing & The Bang On A Can All-Stars

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Hsaing Chauk De Maung [3:30]
Tiloun [5:00]
Solo Drum Improvisation [5:00]
Sein Osi [1:30]

Kyaw Kyaw Naing's CD Pat Wang - Magic Drum Circle, of traditional Burmese ensemble music (without the BoaC All-Stars) is on Shanachie Records**, available online at www.shanachie.com or others*.

Trollstilt

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Roulette [7:00]

The duo's CD is available online* or get info at www.music.princeton.edu
/~monica/trollstilt/

Wu Man & James Makubuya

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Improvisations on Chinese and East African songs [12:00]

Info on Wu Man's recordings: www.alsoproductions.com (including Chinese Music for Pipa, Nimbus #5368)* She & James Makubuya plan to release an album next year.

David Chesworth Ensemble

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Badlands suite, part 3 [5:30]

The CD Badlands is on EMD/Angel Records, # 49684.*

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