Episode #202

Don Slepian & Stuart Diamond - the Undead #202

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Monday, January 09, 1989

Electric Diamond turned rock and roll into chamber music well ahead of the postrockers. Stuart Diamond plays the Lyricon, an electronic wind controller that controls the dynamics of a synthesizer, turning it into an instrument of remarkable expression and power and Don Slepian is an internationally known electronic musician, recording artist, and concert performer. They both perform live in the WNYC Studios for this edition of New Sounds. Plus, music by Morton Subotnick and Jon Mark.

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Thomas Vigilante from Readington, NJ

Stuart Diamond Lyricon
Don Slepian piano
Electric Diamond
5 Dances from the Middle Ages LIS
Lamentos de Cristan
Sonata in F c Benedetto Marchelo LIS
Sonatina Opus 36 c Mutsio Clementi LIS
Diversions Part 1 LIS
demonstration of Lyricon LIS
Quartet Native American Indian Melodies LIS
Morton Subotnic
Return: A Triumph of Reason
Jon Mark
The Standing Stones of Calanesh
The Standing Stones of Calanesh

Aug. 23 2014 12:38 PM

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