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Episode #2035

Program #2035

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Sunday, March 28, 2004

From a February 2002 New Sounds Live performance at Columbia University's Miller Theater, Ensemble Sospeso performs music by Bang on a Can co-founder Julia Wolfe. Highlights include "The Vermeer Room," "Mink Stole," and "Dark Full Ride," a world premiere work for 4 drum kits, played here by the Talujon Percussion Quartet.

PROGRAM #2035, from New Sounds Live at Miller Theater,
Julia Wolfe "After Minimalism" featuring Ensemble Sospeso (First aired on 5/1/02)

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Talujon Percussion Quartet

New Sounds Live, February 28, 2002, at Columbia University's Miller Theater

Julia Wolfe: Dark Full Ride (2002 world premiere). [17:30]

This performance is not commercially available;
however, some of Wolfe's work has been recorded, and is available through
www.bangonacan.org/store

Ensemble Sospeso

New Sounds Live, February 28, 2002, at Columbia University's Miller Theater

Julia Wolfe: The Vermeer Room (1989). [12:00]

This performance is not commercially available, however, this piece appears on Bang on a Can Live vol. 1 CRI #628
Available through Bang on a Can www.bangonacan.org/store

Ensemble Sospeso.

New Sounds Live, February 28, 2002, at Columbia University's Miller Theater

Julia Wolfe: Tell Me Everything (1994). [8:00]

This performance is not commercially available. More info about Ensemble Sospeso at www.sospeso.com

Calvin Weirsma, violin
Stephen Gosling,piano

New Sounds Live, February 28, 2002, at Columbia University's Miller Theater

Julia Wolfe: Mink Stole (1999). excerpt. 10:00

This performance is not commercially available.

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

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