Episode #1966

Program #1966

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Tuesday, December 30, 2003

New Sounds Live at The Bang On A Can Marathon, Part 2 of 5. Hear recordings from the annual day-long new music marathon at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, recorded live in October 2001. The string quartet Ethel plays Julia Wolfe; Newband plays Elizabeth Brown on the Partch instruments; and virtuoso clarinetist Ivo Papasov plays Bulgarian wedding music.
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PROGRAM # 1966, from the 2001 Bang On A Can Marathon (First aired on Tues. 10/30/01)





Ethel (string quartet)

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Julia Wolfe: Early That Summer [12:00]

This performance not commercially available, but the Lark Quartet have recorded this work, available on Cantaloupe #21011.

Ivo Papasov

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Gypsy Heart [12:30]

Papasov has two CDs, Balkanology and Orpheus Ascending, both on the Hannibal/Rykodisc label,


Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Elizabeth Brown: Delerium, parts 2& 3 [7:00]

Newband has made several recordings with the Harry Partch instruments: Dance of the Seven Veils (M&A #4951), Microtonal Works (Mode #18) and Microtonal Works Vol. 2 (Mode #33).*

Kathleen Supove

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Marti Epstein: She Fell Into A Well of Sorrows [9:30]

Supove has recorded Epstein's piece "Waterbowls" on her CD Figure 88, CRI/Emergency Music #653. Out of print, but try*

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