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Episode #2265

Guitars, More Guitars

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Saturday, February 11, 2006

On this edition of New Sounds, hear highlights from the New Sounds Live/New York Guitar Festival's biannual Guitar Marathon at the 92nd Street Y, Part 2 of 3. From the Renaissance lute to the latest electric guitar technology, guests include Bob Brozman, Abdoulaye Diabate & Banning Eyre, Ed Gerhard, Michael Newman and many others.

Click here to view a slideshow of this New Sounds Live day-long event.

PROGRAM # 2265, From The 2004 Guitar Marathon, #2 (First aired on 3/23/04)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Bob Brozman

Live, The NY Guitar Festival/ New Sounds Live Guitar Marathon, 1/25/04, at the 92nd Street Y

Hawaiian Heat Waves [2:30]

Recordings & info at www.bobbrozman.com

Abdoulaye Diabate & Banning Eyre

Diarabi [5:30]

More about Abdoulaye Diabate: www.fulaflute.net Banning Eyre's site is: www.banningeyre.com

Henry Kaiser w/Raoul Bjorkenheim & Lukas Ligeti

Improvisation #1 [5:30]

Kaiser has many CDs. His website is www.henrykaiser.net

Paul O'Dette

John Dowland: A Fancy [3:00]

O'Dette has many CDs, solo & with The King's Noyse and other groups*

Ed Gerhard

John Lennon: Imagine [5:00] Rye Whiskey [3:30] Hommage [5:00]

Ed Gerhard's CDs are available at www.edgerhard.com

Steve Kimock

Elmer's Revenge [10:00]

CDs and info at www.kimock.com

Michael Newman

Villa-Lobos: Prelude #2 [3:00]

Newman is part of the Newman/Oltman Guitar Duo www.guitarduo.com*

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

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