Episode #2391

Infectious Beat

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Friday, February 23, 2007

This New Sounds program is an hour of dance music inspired by klezmer, Balkan and gypsy music, featuring the Klezmatics’s new CD “Brother Moses Smote The Water.” This incredible live CD, with special guests Joshua Nelson and Kathryn Farmer, captures the New York-based klezmer band taking on the mantle of a fire-and-brimstone gospel group, with deep drinks of soul and blues. Also, listen to Uri Caine’s klezmer-infected arrangement of Mahler’s Symphony #1, a clangorous re-working of the original Teutonic symphonic cloudbursts. Plus, works from Canzoniere Grecanico Salenico, Acquaragia Drom, The Beat Circus, and accordionist/composer Guy Klucevsek.

PROGRAM #2391, Klezmer and Gypsy Music (First aired on March 24, 2005)

The Klezmatics Brother Moses Smote the Water Ki Loy Nue [6:30] Piranha #1896** www.piranha.de
Les Yeux Noir Balamouk Balamouk [4:00] World Village #468008 www.worldvillage-
Gustav Mahler/Uri Caine Urlicht/Primal Light Symphony #1: 3rd movement [12:00] Winter & Winter #91004 www.winterandwinter.com
Boban Markovic Orkestar Boban I Marko Magija (Magic) [4:30] Piranha #1790** www.piranha.de
Acquaragia Drom Mister Romano Shanandoi [4:00] Finisterre #15
Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino Ballati tutti quanti ballati forte Mara L’acqua [3:00] Dunya #8011**
The Klezmatics Rhythm And Jews Violin Doyna [4:30] Piranha #25**
Guy Klucevsek The Well-Tampered Accordion Hungarian Hummingbird [2:30] Winter & Winter #910106** www.winterand-
The Beat Circus Ringleaders Revolt Exit Music [1:00] Innova #623

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