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Episode #2237

The Minimalist Influence

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Thursday, November 11, 2004

Minimalism just can't seem to sever its connection to rock and jazz, and on this edition of New Sounds, we'll hear the influence of minimalism as felt in the jazz world. Composer Joseph C. Phillips and his unique “jazz chamber” orchestra, Numinous, combine improvisation and unfolding textures of instrumental patterns to achieve catchy motifs that bring to mind music by Steve Reich. Plus hypnotic and lyrical musical patterns from composer/songwriter John Hodian, and world music with the group Other Music.

PROGRAM #2237, The Minimalist Influence (First aired 1-20-04)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Steve Reich

8 Lines / City Life

8 Lines, excerpt [1:30]

RCA/BMG #66459** Amazon.com*

Joseph C. Phillips Jr.

Numinous

To Kyoto [8:30]

www.numinousmusic.com

Other Music

Incidents Out Of Context

The Spirit Is Willing [7:00]

Flying Fish #302 LP, out of print.
Try www.musicweb.com

John Hodian

MMU-14

MMU-14, excerpt [16:00]

Private LP. More info about Hodian at www.epiphanyrecords.com/john.html

Joseph C. Phillips Jr.

Numinous

A Tear Of The Clouds [11:00]

See above.

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

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