Episode #2704

Bang on a Can 2007 Marathon, Pt. 2

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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Music from the 2007 version of the annual Bang On A Can Marathon. Part 2 of 3 from the 27-hour-long event, which featured music by a range of artists from the post-rock instrumental band Clogs to nu-jazz wunderkind Vijay Iyer, along with the percussion ensemble red fish blue fish.

PPROGRAM #2704 The 2007 Bang on a Can Marathon, Pt. 2 (First aired on Wednesday, 7/25/07)





World Saxophone Quartet

Bang on a Can Marathon, 6/2 and 6/3, 2007 @ the World Financial Center

No title available. [5:00]

Some info at

Red fish blue fish

Chistopher Adler: Signals Intelligence [9:00]

Some info at


Canon / 5-4 [6:00] I Used to Do [4:00] or

Milind Raikar

Dhun: Chaurukeshi [8:00]

Bang on a Can All-Stars

Thurston Moore: Stroking Piece #1 [12:30]

Not commercially available, but see for info.

Vijay Iyer Quartet

Tragicomic, excerpt [2:00]

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Comments [3]

Sarah in Brooklyn

The names of the musicians and songs are listed here:

Jul. 27 2007 03:37 PM
Greta in New Jersey from nEW jERSEY

I would like to listen to some pieces from your show that your aired on the night of July 35th 2007 - Bang on a Can 2007 Marathon, Pt. 2 . I am particularly interested in the Indian Classical ensemble on violin that was played on the air.

Is it archived and if so how could I access it to listen. Your help is greatly appreciated.

Jul. 26 2007 11:48 PM
Sarah in Brooklyn from Brooklyn!

Hi John, could you please post the name of the player or band of the Indian music at about halfway through the program? The name of the piece was interesting in some way (wordplay?) but that's now escaped me too! If you'll be posting the mp3s of the marathon I'll just listen again to find the name.
I endlessly love New Sounds.

Jul. 26 2007 12:09 AM

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