Episode #2087

Program #2087

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Saturday, September 04, 2004

New Sounds travels to some far corners of the globe for tonight's program, including Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, where the ensemble Egschiglen was founded. This group of vocal improvisers relies on Tuvan throat singing, a technique found in Asian cultures in which two, and sometimes three, distinct tones are produced simultaneously. No less fascinating is the Finnish-Swedish group Hedningarna ("The Heathens"), who play folk rock with flying fiddles, screeching bagpipes, grinding hurdy-gurdy, and newly invented instruments. Plus Andy Haas and David Corter unload some good vibrations on the Aboriginal didgeridoo to round out this program.

PROGRAM # 2087 World Music (First aired on Wednesday, October 23, 2002)





Henry Kaiser & David Lindley in Madagascar

A World Out Of Time, Vol. 2

Tovo: Tazanakely Tovo [2:00]
Rossy & Rakoto Frah: O Isa [3:30]

Shanachie #64048**


Serious Tam

Tolili [3:00]
Go Ralom [3:00]
Tolili Kundu [3:00]

Real World #49543**

David Corter

Didgeridoo Mania

Outside The Haus Tambaran [4:30]

ARC Music #1432

Andy Haas

Arnhem Land

Mortuary Rites [4:00]

Avant #048
Japanese Import CD, but available through

Virginia Rodrigues


Jeito Faceiro [4:00]

Hannibal #1448***


Karelia Visa

Forest Maiden [3:00]

Northside #6025**



Manduhai [4:00]

Dunya #fy 8037

Paul Pena & Kongar-ol Ondar

Genghis Blues

Kongurey [6:30]

Six Degrees #657 036 1038***


Karelia Visa

Ståpäls [3:30]

See above.

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