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Friday, January 02, 2004

New Sounds Live at The Bang On A Can Marathon, Part 4 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 percussion music by David Lang, Evan Ziporyn with the string quartet Ethel, and Double Edge playing Diderik Wagenaar.
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PROGRAM # 1968, from the 2001 Bang On A Can Marathon (First aired on Thurs. 11/1/01)

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Evan Ziporyn & Ethel (string quartet)

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

E. Ziporyn: Be In [8:30]

This performance not commercially available, but "Be In" is on Ethel's self-titled CD on Cantaloupe Music labels,** see www.bangonacan.org, www.cantaloupemusic.com , or other online sources.*

Double Edge

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Diderik Wagenaar: Stadium [7:30]

A recording of this piece is available on the Dutch label Donemus, #29, available online.*

So Percussion

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

David Lang: The So-Called Laws of Nature, Part 1 [12:30]

Not commercially recorded. Lang has numerous CDs on the CRI and Cantaloupe Music labels,** see www.bangonacan.org or other online sources.*

David Chesworth Ensemble

Live, BAM Opera House, 10/28/01

Badlands suite, parts 1 & 2 [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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