Episode #2588

The End of Cinematics

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Sunday, September 07, 2008

Mikel Rouse, the composer of interdisciplinary multimedia works like “Failing Kansas” and “Dennis Cleveland” presents his most ambitious work to date, “The End of Cinematics.” The work reflects on the way corporate entertainment has transformed the art of cinema, and combines live performance with original music and video/film. Also, Rouse presents some of his latest works, like “International Cloud Atlas,” music he wrote for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, along with the brand new, “Love at Twenty,” and more.

PROGRAM # 2588, with Mikel Rouse First aired on Thurs. 9/28/06)

Mikel Rouse The End of Cinematics Prelude [2:00] The Treatment [6:30]
Be More Really [4:30]
Movie Money [4:30]
White Black Yellow Bat [6:30]
This and other Mikel Rouse CDs are available as downloads from iTunes, or check for more info.
Mikel Rouse International Cloud Atlas America's Secrets [4:30]
Quando Este Lado Esta Vazio, excerpt [2:30]
This and other Mikel Rouse CDs are available as downloads from iTunes, or check for more info.


Mikel Rouse

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