Episode #2665

Classics Remixed

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Monday, April 16, 2007

For this New Sounds program, DJ technology meets the concert hall as Miguel Kertsman remixes music from Mahler’s Symphony No. 3 while Uri Caine does the same for Mahler’s Symphony No. 1. Also, we'll hear from the albums "Reich Remixed" and Handel’s Messiah Remixed, among others.

PROGRAM #2665, Classics Remixed (First aired on Monday, 4/16/07)





Uri Caine / Mahler

Urlight / Primal Light

Symphony #5: Adagietto [10:00]

Winter & Winter #910-004

Various Artists: Miguel Kertsman

Rhythmic Fission- Digital Revisions of Classical Trax

People (Get it Together) (Mahler: Sym. #3, 3rd mvmt.) [4:30]

RCA. Out of print. Try*

Various Artists: Tod Machover

Messiah Remixed

Mixed Messiah [6:00]

Cantaloupe #21020

Nobukazu Takemura

Assembler Mix [4:00]

Paul Lansky

Post-Pastoral [4:30]

Various Artists: Coldcut

Reich Remixed

Music for 18 [6:00]

Nonesuch #79552***

Alarm Will Sound / Dennis De Santis

NS Live, Merkin Hall, 1-16-03

Harrison Birtwhistle: Silbury Air, excerpt [7:00] and live remix

This performances not commercially available. More information on Alarm Will Sound at their website:

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