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Episode #2624

Two by Two II

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Saturday, December 27, 2008

There's a lot of music for unusual duos on this edition of New Sounds, including music from the gypsy-esque acoustic indie madness of A Hawk and a Hacksaw. With an arsenal of accordion, percussion, violin and viola, along with some singing, these two have enlisted the help of the speed-Balkan masters Fanfare Ciocarlia on their latest release, "The Way the Wind Blows." Also on the show, an instrument combination not-to-be-missed of church organ and slide guitar from Norway. Plus, we'll hear some brand-new music featuring beat-boxing and the serene Tibetan vocals of Yungchen Lhamo. And much more.

PROGRAM # 2624, Two by Two (First aired on 1/3/07)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Vijay Iyer & Rudresh Mahanthappa

Raw Materials

The Shape of Things [3:30]

Savoy Jazz 17603**
www.savoyjazz.com
*

Wayne Horvitz

This New Generation

Second Line [4:00]

Elektra/ Nonesuch #60759
Try Amazon.com*

Benevento Russo Duo

Play, Pause, Stop

Echo Park [3:30]

Butter Problems / Reincarnate Music 2006
beneventorusso-
duo.com
OR
Download from Emusic.com or iTunes

Knut Reiersrud & Iver Kleive

Nåde Over Nåde

My Tired Eyes [3:30]

Kirkelig Kulturwerksted #313
www.kkv.no

Anne-Lise Berntsen & Nils-Henrik Asheim

Engleskyts

Nu Rinder Solen Op [5:00]

Kirkelig Kulturwerksted #136

www.kkv.no

Epiphany Project

Epiphany Project

Goth [3:30]

Epiphany #0003
www.epiphanyrecords.com
*

Yungchen Lhamo & Reggie Watts

Antibabel

World In Transition [5:00]

Pop Tech Music
www.poptech.org

A Hawk And A Hacksaw

The Way The Wind Blows

Oporto [1:30]

The Leaf Label #51
www.theleaflabel.com*

Dave Soldier

Chamber Music

Duo Sonata: electrica [5:00]

Mulatta #014
www.mulatta.org

Sarah Hopkins & Alan Lamb

Sky Song

Sky Song, excerpt [7:30]

ABC (Australia) #838503
Available through the
Australian Music Center

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