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Episode #55

Extending the Accordion-The Undead

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Saturday, March 21, 1987

This 1987 New Sounds program features music for the extended accordion, (and that family of instruments.) Listen to Dino Saluzzi and his bandoneon, from the classic 1985 ECM recording, “Once upon a time, far away in the south.” Plus, there’s Pauline Oliveros’ haunting accordion over a pulsing drone, and new music from “New York's master of the squeeze,” Guy Klucevsek. Hear his “Blue Window” along with Lois V. Vierk’s epic piece, "Manhattan Cascade," which builds to four accordions, all played by Klucevsek.

PROGRAM #55: "Extending the Accordion" (March 21, 1987)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Werner Pirchner

EU

Sonate vom Rauhen Leben

ECM 1314/15
www.ecmrecords.com OR www.iclassics.com

Dino Saluzzi

Once upon a time, far away in the south

We are the children

ECM 1309
www.ecmrecords.com OR www.iclassics.com

Pauline Oliveros

Accordion and Voice

Rattlesnake Mountain

Lovely Music LP 1901, 1982. Out of print. Oliveros’s site is www.deeplistening.org/pauline/

Guy Klucevsek

Blue Window

Blue Window

Zoar 1986 LP & Cassette. The tune “Blue Window” is available on ”Tales from the Cryptic,” Winter & Winter 910 088-2 www.winterandwinter.com

Guy Klucevsek

Blue Window

Lois V.Vierk: Manhattan Cascade

Zoar 1986 LP & Cassette, out of print. Also appears on the now out of print CRI CD, "Manhattan Cascade."

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