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Episode #2190

Program #2190

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Thursday, May 13, 2004

On this edition of New Sounds, listen to some new music involving orchestra, including works by the jazz/new music ensemble Oregon and rock singer Jon Lord (Deep Purple). Also from a recent collaboration, hear English classical violinist Nigel Kennedy together with the Polish group Kroke blending layers of violin, electric violin and klezmer-rooted music of Eastern Europe. Plus, a selection from Anglo-Egyptian singer Natacha Atlas, featuring orchestral strings written by Jocelyn Pook, rounds out the show.

PROGRAM #2190, New Orchestral Music (Friday, 9-12-03)               

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Oregon

With The Moscow Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra

Icarus [3:30]
Waterwheel [8:00]

Intuition#3303**
www.intuition-music.com

Natacha Atlas

Something Dangerous

Adam's Lullaby [6:00]

Mantra#1035** www.mantrarecordings.com or www.beggars.com

Jon Lord

Sarabande

Bourree [5:30]

EMI #1976. British LP. Reissued on CD in 2001 on Spitfire Records available for purchase at Amazon.com*

Anne Dudley & Jay Coleman

Songs from the Victorious City

Habebe [3:30]

China records #3310. Reissued in 1991 on TVT records, and available for purchase at Amazon.com*

Nigel Kennedy & Kroke

East Meets East

One Voice [5:00]

EMI#57512**
www.emiclassics.com*

Kennedy & Jay Coleman

Riders On The Storm - The Doors Concerto

Spanish Caravan [6:00]

Decca# 467 350** www.universalclassics.com*

John Adams

Violin Concerto

Chaconne: Body Through Which The Dream Flows, excerpt [9:00]

Nonesuch #79360**
www.nonesuch.com OR available for purchase at Amazon.com*


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