Episode #2725

Keyboard Music

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Monday, October 15, 2007

Listen to an hour of keyboard music for this New Sounds Program. There are liberal helpings of the new 3 CD set by Marco Benevento, an accordion and piano tune from Guy Klucevsek & Alan Bern, tango music, and more. Plus, hear music by Seth Kaufman and Michael Nyman.

PROGRAM #2725, Keyboard Music (First aired on Monday, 10/15/07)





Marco Benevento

Live At Tonic

Record Book [7:00] Fearless [6:00]

Ropeadope #1077***

Roger Doyle

Baby Grand

Baby Grand [4:00]

BV Haast #1505*

Michael Nyman

The Piano

The Sacrifice [3:00]

Virgin #88274 ** Available at

Seth Kaufman


Compartments [3:30]

Cascadilla #3306
Available at

Marco Benevento

Live At Tonic

Seems So Long Ago Nancy [7:00]

See above.

Guy Klucevsek & Alan Bern


Pitch-Black [3:00]

Winter & Winter #910-131*

Jeri-Mae Astolfi

Sonance-New Music for Piano

Kent Holliday: Tango Exotico [8:00]

Capstone #8777

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Comments [3]

Sarah in Brooklyn

Thanks for fixing the link!!

Oct. 24 2007 03:27 PM
Sarah in Brooklyn

The link to listen doesn't play... it seems to load fine but then, nothing. Would love to hear this again!

Oct. 19 2007 11:45 AM
Robert from NYC

I have one for your guests. In the Bronx, High School and district named after man who penned the US Constitution. He's also buried in the Bronx, the south Bronx at St. Anne's Episcopal Church at St Ann's Ave and 140th Street. There also an Avenue named after the family

Oct. 15 2007 11:15 AM

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