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Episode #2411

New Music for Cello

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Thursday, June 01, 2006

On this edition of New Sounds, listen to an hour of new music for cello, including music from cellist David Darling and The Wulu Bunun, an aboriginal tribe living in Taiwan. Also, hear the latest from Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Journeys- “Beyond the Horizon,” more collaboration with virtuoso musicians like China's pipa master Wu Man, and Armenian duduk player Gevorg Dabaghyan. Plus Chinese-born New York-based composer Tan Dun’s multimedia cello concerto called “The Map,” featuring the overtone singing style known as “Tongue Singing” of the young women of the Dong people of mainland China. And rounding out the show is music by French-Canadian singer-cellist Jorane.

PROGRAM # 2411, New Music for Cello (First aired 5/10/05)

ARTIST(S) RECORDING CUT(S) SOURCE
Matt Haimovitz Bach: 6 Suites for Cello Solo Suite #1: Sarabande [1:30], excerpt Oxingale #OX2000** www.oxingale.com*
Giovanni Sollima Works Terra Aria [5:30]
Terra Acqua [3:30]
Terra Danza [6:30]
Terra Fuoco [3:30]
Daedalo #519769 Distr. by Sony Music, Italy. Try www.sonymusic.it, but there's no information on the site about the CD
Yo-Yo Ma & The Silk Road Ensemble Silk Road Journeys: Beyond the Horizon Mountains Are Far Away [6:00]
Summer In the High Grassland [4:30]
Sony Classical #93962**
www.sonyclassical.com* OR www.silkroadproject.org
Tan Dun The Map Tongue-Singing [3:00] Deutsche Grammophon DVD #B0003390-09
David Darling & The Wulu Bunun Mudanin Kata Bunun Tuza [4:00] Riverboat #1032 www.worldmusic.net
Jorane The You And The Now Film III [5:30] Six Degrees #1108** www.sixdegreesrecords.com*
Joby Talbot The Dying Swan Falling [6:30] Black Box #1078 www.sanctuaryclassics.com

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

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