Episode #44

Piano with Unusual Instruments-The Undead

New Sounds #44- the Undead

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Monday, January 19, 1987

There's music for piano and Tibetan Singing Bowls from French composer Alain Kremski, works by John Surman like "Sunday Morning" (Such Winters of Memory), and an excerpt from "Holding Pattern" (Withholding Pattern). Plus, listen to music by Katrina Krimsky/Trevor Watts (Stella Malu), and Wim Mertens (A Man of No Fortune and With a Name to Come.)

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Thomas Vigilante from Readington, NJ

Alain Kremski
Movement of Tranquility (piano and singing bowls)
John Surman
Such Winters of Memory
Sunday Morning
Withholding Pattern
Holding Pattern
Katrina Krimsky/Trevor Watts piano and saxaphone
Stella Malu
Stella Malu
Rhythym Circle
Villa in Brazil
Wim Mertens
A Man of No Fortune and With a Name to Come
Casting No Shadow

May. 28 2014 08:37 AM

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