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Episode #2607

Barely Baroque

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Sunday, November 02, 2008

For this New Sounds, hear new arrangements of 17th and 18th century music, including J.S. Bach by the Jacques Loussier Trio, and art songs by The Dowland Project. Also, the new music quartet Clogs mess with baroque minimalism in music by Johann Hieronymus Kapsburger and Ralph Towner flirts with baroque rhythms on his 12-string. And, as always, much more.

PROGRAM # 2607, The New Sounds of Baroque Music (First aired on 11/16/06)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Clogs

Lantern

Kapsburger [2:00]

Brassland #010 ** www.brassland.org*

Various Artists: Ralph Towner

Guitar Harvest

Sarabande [2:30]

Solid Air #2042 www.solidairrecords.com

Rolf Lislevand

Nuove Musiche

Arpeggiata Addio [7:30]

ECM #1922 ** www.ecmrecords.com *

Red Byrd

Songs of Love And Death

Zefiro Torna [7:00]

Factory #336
Out of Print

The Dowland Project

Care-Charming Sleep

Accenti Queruli [6:00]

ECM #1803
www.ecmrecords.com*

Jacques Loussier Trio

The Brandenburgs

Concerto #3, finale [2:30]

Telarc #83644 ** www.telarc.com*

Lambarena

Bach To Africa

Cantata #147 / Sankanda [5:00]

Sony Classical #64532 ** www.sony.com*

Uri Caine Ensemble

The Goldberg Variations

Variation 11 [2:00]

Winter & Winter #910 054 www.winterandwinter.com

Various Artists: Paul Lansky

Messiah Remix

Post-Pastoral [4:30]

Cantaloupe #21020 ** www.cantaloupemusic.com *

Thomas Wilbrandt

The Electric V

Spring, excerpt [3:30]

London# 425 206 Out of print, but try Amazon.com* or auction sites

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