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Episode #2048

Program #2048

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Sunday, May 16, 2004

Hailing all the way from Alaska, composer John Luther Adams drops by the studio to discuss his career and his music. Adams’s The Light That Fills The World casts a enchanting spell with its sonic depictions of the Alaskan tundra.

PROGRAM #2048 with John Luther Adams (First aired on 6/24/02)

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Marty Walker, bass clarinet
with Amy Knoles, Bryan Pezzone

Adams/Cox/Fink/Fox

John Luther Adams: "Dark Wind" [13:30]

Cold Blue Music CB009
www.coldbluemusic.com OR
Cold Blue Music
P.O. Box 2938
Venice CA 90294-2938 OR available for purchase at Amazon.com*

Percussion Group Cincinnati

Strange and Sacred Noise

John Luther Adams:"...dust into dust..." [9:00]

Not commercially available. More info about the composer at www.johnlutheradams.com

Paul Dresher Ensemble

From a live concert recording, May 2001

John Luther Adams: "The Light That Fills the World" [13:00]

Not commercially available. The new CD, "The Light That Fills the World" is available for purchase at Amazon.com*

Morton Feldman

Rothko Chapel, Why Patterns

Rothko Chapel, excerpt [5:00]

New Albion #039** www.newalbion.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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