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Episode #2667

Mostly Acoustic Impressions

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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Curran's electroacoustic classic, "Songs and Views from the Magnetic Garden" combines chanting, singing, the bells of Rome, the lapping of the ocean, and many other sounds, to create something of an impressionist cast. We'll hear that work along with other acoustic pieces on this edition of New Sounds. Listen for a water work by Takashi Kako which uses fluid, expressive colors while combining classical technique and improvisation - his Prelude dans L'eau. Also, works by Mark Pollard and Will Ackerman.

PROGRAM #2667, Water Music (First aired on Thursday, 4/19/07)

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RECORDING

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SOURCE

William Ackerman

It Takes A Year

Rain Sequence [1:30]

Windham Hill #1003 ** www.windham.com *

Takashi Kako

Prelude de L'eau

Church On The Water [4:00]

TriStar Music / Sony #57831
Out of print but try Amazon.com* Information at www.takashikako.com

Pete M. Wyer

Private recording

Rain At Night, excerpt [7:00]

Not commercially available. Info at www.pmwmusic.com

Alvin Curran

Songs And Views of the Magnetic Garden

From A Room on the Piazza [3:30]
On My Satin Harp [20:00]
At Harmony Ranch [4:30]

Catalyst/BMG #61823 Now out of print, but try auction sites; Amazon.com* has one.

Mark Clement Pollard

A Handful of Rain

A Handful of Rain [9:00]

Move #3218 www.move.com.au

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