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Friday, September 10, 2004

On this edition of New Sounds, it's another Theme and Variations program: Nosferatu. But instead of a series of variation on a musical theme, we’ll hear numerous responses to a visual one – the 1922 film “Nosferatu.” Hear several original musical scores by Art Zoyd, Mick Rossi, Clubfoot Orchestra, and the Alloy Orchestra to accompany the creepy classic film.

PROGRAM # Theme & Variations: F.W.Murnau’s Silent Film “Nosferatu” (First aired on Sept. 10, 2004)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Alloy Orchestra

New Sounds Live, World Financial Center, Jan. 23, 2003

Nosferatu opening [7:00]

This score is not yet available, but see www.alloyorchestra.com for more info.

Clubfoot Orchestra

New Sounds Live, World Financial Center, Jan. 25, 2001

Nosferatu, opening [8:00]

This score is not yet available, but see www.clubfootorchestra.com for more info.

Mick Rossi & Rowan University Percussion Ensemble

Nosferatu

Opening [6:30]

Dream Box #1061 www.dreamboxmedia.com

Art Zoyd

Nosferatu

L’Oeuf Du Serpent [3:30] L’Agent Renfield [3:30] Le Voyage de Harker [4:00] Le Matin [1:30] Le Chateau [4:00]

Mantra #031. Out of print, but try www.gemm.com

Alloy Orchestra

Silents

The Vampire’s Waltz [2:00] Lust [3:30]

Accurate #5026 www.accuraterecords.com

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