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Episode #2360

December 2004 New Releases

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Thursday, December 30, 2004

The end of the month brings a bunch of new CDs to share on this New Sounds program. Host John Schaefer highlights some of the recent arrivals that have crossed his desk in the past month. Listen for plenty of accordion music - from Gagaku-ish sustains to tangos to Guy Klucevsek, a bit of dance music by Miguel Frasconi, and selections from Margaret Leng Tan's new recording of music for amplified piano by George Crumb.

PROGRAM #2360, New Releases, December 2004 (First aired 12/30/04)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Tim White/Jack Gates

Morning Song Evening Song

España [6:30]

White Gates #4707 www.whitegatesmusic.com*

Miguel Frasconi

Music for Dance 1996-2004

Vapor Trace [4:00]

Not yet commercially released. Info at www.newalbion.com
Or write to Frasconimusic@mac.com

Margaret Leng Tano

George Crumb: Makrokosmos I & II

NightSpell I [3:30] Morning Music [2:30]

Mode #142
www.mode.com *

Various artists: Johanna Juhola

Arctic paradise 2005

Miette [4:00]

Finnish Music Information Center, www.fimic.fi OR www.jjuhola.net

Guy Klucevsek

The Well-Tampered Accordion

Hungarian Hummingbird [2:30]
Sunday Morning-Eight Legs [2:00]

Winter & Winter #910106** www.winterandwinter.com

Motion Trio

Pictures from the Streets

Train to Heaven [4:30]

Asphalt Tango #0504 www.asphalt-tango.de

Kevin Coyne w/Gary Lucas

Knocking On Your Brain

Wonderland [4:00]
English Rose [4:30]

Out of print. Try www.gemm.com

Toshio Hosokawa – Gagaku

Deep Silence

Banshikicho no choshi, excerpt [3:30]

Wergo Concept #6801 www.wergo.de

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

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