Episode #2177

Program #2177

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Friday, April 16, 2004

On this edition of New Sounds, spend an hour sorting through the twisted wreckage of classical music after various new music bands have played it. Hear Stravinsky, Rodrigo, Ketelby, Khatchaturian, and Mozart as you've never heard them before. Artists include Brave Combo, Krakatoa (performing Aram Khachaturian's "Sabre Dance"), Buckethead, John Fahey and many others.

PROGRAM #2177 Classics Declassified (Tuesday 7/15/03)





Brave Combo

Box of Ghosts

Borodin: Polovtsian Dance #2 [3:30]

Rounder #9064*

Brass Roots

Purple Cha Cha Heels

A Day In the Life of An Afro (Ravel: Pavane) [3:00]

Accurate #5046; More info at

Brave Combo

Box of Ghosts

Ravel: Pavane for a Dead Princess [2:00]

See above.


We Are The Rowboats

Khatchaturian:Sabre Dance [3:00]

Cuneiform Records, #RUNE-168

Brave Combo

Box of Ghosts

Mozart: Rondo A la Turca [2:00]
Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake [2:00]

See above.

John Fahey

Old-Fashioned Love

Ketelby:In a Persian Market [7:30]

Takoma #6511***


Electric Tears

Sketches Of Spain - for Miles (Rodrigo: Concierto De Aranjuez) [4:00]

Meta #015


Blaskappelle Plays...

Stravinksy: Symphony Of Wind Instruments, Pt. 3 [4:30]




Shostakovich: Prelude #17 ("Mimi Goes Me(n)tal") [2:00]

Mark Set Go #MSG-101

Gary Burton & Makoto Ozone


Ravel: Prelude, Le Tombeau De Couperin [5:00]

Concord Jazz #2105*

Salsa Celtica

El Agua De La Vida

Auld Lang Syne [4:30]

Compass #4361.***

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

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