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Episode #2586

Instrumental Crossovers

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Monday, September 01, 2008

On this edition of New Sounds, the string quartet Ethel plays "Nepomuk’s Dances" by Marcelo Zarvos from their recent release "Light." It's a work with a Latin-American flavor, snappy crisp pizzicatos, fiery fast passages and a (literally) foot-stomping final movement. Also, indie-rock heroes Yo La Tengo play their own instrumental "Daphnia," from the album whose title just rolls off the tongue, "I Am Not Afraid Of You and I Will Beat Your Ass." Plus, music by Explosions in the Sky, Slow Six, and a host of other samplings of music without words.

PROGRAM #2586, “Instrumental Crossovers” (First aired on Thurs. 9-21-06)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Ethel

Light

Marcelo Zarvos: Memory [6:00]

Cantaloupe #21037 ** www.cantaloupemusic.com*

Daniel Figgis

Skipper

Alison Creaking [3:30]

Black Burst #005 www.danielfiggis.com*

Penguin Café Orchestra

Signs of Life

Rosasolis [4:00]

Editions EG #50 www.penguincafe.com*

Yo La Tengo

I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Asse

Daphnia [9:00]

Matador #692 ** www.matadorrecords.com *

Explosions In The Sky

The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place

Your Hand In Mine [8:30]

Temporary Residence Ltd. # 61 www.temporaryresidence.com OR Download from emusic.com or iTunes

Ethel

Light

Marcelo Zarvos : Arrival [5:00]
Death [5:30]

See above.

Slow Six

Private Times In Public Places

The lines we walked when we walked once together, excerpt [6:00]

If Then Else #001
www.slowsix.com

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