Episode #2018

Program #2018

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Sunday, January 11, 2004

On this edition of New Sounds, hear more highlights from the January 2002 New York Guitar Festival/New Sounds Live from the 92nd Street Y (Part 2 of 5). Featured artists include Michael Manring ("Selene" and the Prelude from Bach's First Cello Suite); Brad Shepik ("Non Si Si," "Kumanovo"); Mark Stewart; and the Andy Summers Trio performing music by Thelonius Monk and Charles Mingus.
View photos of the performers:
Photo Gallery I
Photo Gallery II

PROGRAM # 2018, from the NY Guitar Festival Marathon Concert (First aired on 3/12/02)





Michael Manring

New Sounds Live, the New York Guitar Festival Marathon, January 20, 2002, at the 92nd Street Y

Bach: Prelude, Cello Suite #1 [3:00]

Selene [4:30]

Helios [5:00]

Manring's CD Book of Flame is available online*. Further info at

Brad Shepik

Non Si Si [5:30] Kumanovo [5:00]

Shepik's CDs Well and Short Trip are available online ( *), as is his work with the Paradox Trio and the group Pachora.

Andy Summers Trio

Mingus: Reincarnation of a Lovebird [7:30] Monk: Evidence [5:00]

The Last Dance of Mr. X [4:00]

Summers' CDs include Peggy's Blue Skylight, which features Mingus's work; Green Chimneys, which features Monk's music; and The Last Dance of Mr. X. All are in stores** or online.*

Mark Stewart

Trummings [6:00]

Not commercially available. Stewart appears on CD as part of the Bang On A Can All-Stars,

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

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