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Episode #2437

Works on Film

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Monday, July 11, 2005

Music involving film and filmmakers is the focus of this New Sounds program. Listen to music by Simon Fisher-Turner for Derek Jarman’s sly and suggestive film, “Caravaggio,” a biopic of the painter. Also, sample excerpts from "Translucence," Donna McKevitt’s intimate settings of Derek Jarman’s provocative words and images. There’s also music by Satyajit Ray, the Indian master-director and composer, from Ismail Merchant and James Ivory’s first “hit” movie, the 1965 film “Shakespeare Wallah.” Plus, "Variations on Shakespeare Wallah" by Takoma Records guitarist Robbie Basho and film music by trumpeter/synth programmer/session musician Mark Isham.

PROGRAM #2437 Film Scores and Related Music (First aired on Mon. 7/11/05)

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Simon Fisher-Turner Caravaggio original soundtrack, excerpts {16:30} El/Cherry Red #ACME-6. Out of print, but other Simon Turner releases are available at www.cherryred.co.uk
Donna McKevitt & Derek Jarman Translucence Sebastiane [6:30] Instant Karma Ltd DHARMACD5, available through www.pinnacle-entertainment.co.uk or Amazon.co.uk, or available online at iTunes.
Various artists Merchant-Ivory, 25th Anniversary Satyajit Ray: Shakespeare Wallah [5:00] RCA Victor, 2 LPS #6658. Out of print, but try Musicweb.com
Robbie Basho Best of Basho, Vol. 1 Variations on Shakespeare Wallah [13:00] REP Master Series #REP1001. Long out of print. But other Robbie Basho titles are available at Amazon.com, and downloadable from emusic.com or iTunes
Mark Isham Film Music The Times of Harvey Milk [6:00] Windham Hill #1041** www.windham.com

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