Episode #2361

New Sounds Live Is Early

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Monday, January 03, 2005

From the New Sounds Live concert series, take a look back at excerpts from the early years, 1986-1996. Hear live recordings of music by the hypnotic "maximalist" Michael Galasso, "sensualist" Daniel Lentz's Ensemble, the "totalist" music of the Mikel Rouse Broken Consort, and composer and pianist Katrina Krimsky, among others.

PROGRAM #2361 From “New Sounds Live,” the early years (First aired on Jan.3, 2005)





Michael Galasso

Live, Merkin Hall, 1986

Scenes I [2:30] and IX [3:00]

Available on the album Scenes, ECM #1245.

Daniel Lentz Ensemble

Live, Merkin Hall, 1986

Time’s Trick [9:00]

Not commercially available, but see

Mikel Rouse Broken Consort

Live, Merkin Hall, 1992

Copperhead [10:30]

Not commercially available, but see

Scott Johnson Ensemble

Live, Merkin Hall, 1992

Stone, from “Rock Paper Scissors” [4:00]

The album Rock Paper Scissors was released on Point Music and is now out of print. But still has copies.

Katrina Krimsky Ensemble

Live, Merkin Hall, 1993

Elise’s Dream [14:00]

A version appears on her cd “Four Moons,” on CTE Records. See

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

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