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Episode #2421

Ashes and Snow

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Friday, June 03, 2005

Ashes and Snow, the photography/film exhibition by Gregory Colbert closes on June 6 at the Nomadic Museum. This edition of New Sounds is filled with music from the show, including works by cellist David Darling and Robert Een. Also, there’s music by composer Lisa Gerrard, (one half of the duo Dead Can Dance), who has written the scores to several different films like “Whale Rider” and “Gladiator,” to name a few. Plus, electro-acoustic Middle Eastern and Indian hybrid works by Canadian producer, engineer and virtuoso guitarist Michael Brook, along with music by the Armenian duduk master Djivan Gasparyan, and others.

PROGRAM #2421 “Ashes And Snow” (First aired 6/3/05)                                               

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Various artists

Ashes And Snow – soundtrack for the Gregory Colbert photo & film exhibition

Excerpts from
David Darling [6:30]
Djivan Gasparyan & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan [4:30]
Lisa Gerrard [4:00]
Robert Een [4:30]
Lisa Gerrard [5:30]
Michael Brook [14:00]

Info currently unavailable, but other info on “ashes and Snow” can be found online at www.ashesandsnow.org


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Comments [1]

Jamie Chiocca from Dallas, texas

Any chance the show will come any closer to me? My Mother went to see it in New York and highly recommended it.

Apr. 09 2008 02:49 PM

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