Episode #2755


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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Hear some Chamber-rock from the Nels Cline Singers (an instrumental group), whose latest, Draw Breath, features San Francisco Bay Area rhythm section aces Devin Hoff on acoustic bass and Scott Amendola on drumset, percussion, and live electronics/loops/treatments. Plus, the special guest on the record is Nels Cline's bandmate in Wilco, Glenn Kotche! Also, listen to new music from the collective known as NOW Ensemble along with Mico Nonet's ambient chamber music. Plus, the latest release from the Kronos Quartet with Wu Man playing a work by Terry Riley. And of course, much more.

PROGRAM #2755, Electroacoustic Chamber Music (First aired on Tuesday, 1/15/08)





Nels Cline Singers

Draw Breath

The Angel of Angels [6:30]

Cryptogramophone #133 *

NOW Ensemble

NOW Ensemble

Judd Greenstein: Sing Along [6:00]

New Amsterdam #42892 **

Mico Nonet

The Marmalade Balloon

Rüya [3:00]

Mico Nonet #1001

Nels Cline Singers

Draw Breath

Caved-In Heart Blues [7:00]

See above.

NOW Ensemble

NOW Ensemble

Patrick Burke: All Together Now [5:00]

See above.

Kronos Quartet, Wu Man, Terry Riley

The Cusp of Magic

Emily And Alice [4:00]
Prayer Circle [6:30]

Nonesuch #95985 **

John Luther Adams

Red Arc/Blue Veil

Red Arc/Blue Veil, excerpt [9:00]

Cold Blue #0026**

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Scott Biscione from NYC

How do I down load a pod cast of New Sound show 2755 Tuesday 1/15/08

Can you please outline the steps.

Thank you

Scott Biscione

Jan. 16 2008 09:47 AM

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