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Episode #2129

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Saturday, December 11, 2004

From the New Sounds Live concert series at the World Financial Center recorded in early 2003, hear the Alloy Orchestra performing a new score to the silent film "South." The footage is from the voyage of the Shackleton attempting to cross the South polar ice cap. The Alloy Orchestra, famed for its "rack of junk," (an assemblage of peculiar objects including horseshoes, air-conditioner ducts, trunk springs, and plumbing pipes) is one of the foremost groups performing silent movie scores in this country.

PROGRAM # 2129, from the New Sounds Live Concert series (First aired on Thurs, 3/6/03)

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Alloy Orchestra

New Sounds Live, World Financial Center Winter Garden, Jan. 21, 2003

South [50:00]

Not yet commercially available. For info on the Alloy Orcbestra's silent film scores, go to www.alloyorchestra.com

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

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