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Episode #2746

New Americans: Central Europe

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Monday, January 19, 2009

Listen to works by vocal gymnast Theo Bleckmann and composer Michael Hoenig (both are American-based musicians originally from Germany). Also, German chanteuse, actress, painter, and as of late, radio host Ute Lemper — along with something from guitarist vocalist, composer and orchestrator Leni Stern.

PROGRAM #2746, New Americans VII: Central Europe (First aired on Tuesday, 12/18/07)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Theo Bleckmann

Origami

Douce Dame Jolie [4:30]

Songlines #1534 www.songlines.com

Ute Lemper

Punishing Kiss

Streets of Berlin [4:00]

Decca #289 466 473** www.universalclassics.com*

Theo Bleckmann

Origami

Nova Scotia [9:00]

See above.

The Books

Lost And Safe

Vogt Dig for Kloppervok [4:00]

Tomlab #50** www.thebooksmusic.com*

Thought for Food

Thank You Branch [5:00]

Tomlab #20, see above.

Lost And Safe

It Never Changes To Stop [4:30]

See above.

Leni Stern

The Goddess

Excerpt [7:00]

Not commercially available.

Michael Hoenig

Departure From the Northern Wasteland

Departure From the Northern Wasteland, excerpt [9:00]

Kuckuck #079 www.harmonies.com

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Comments [1]

jan waple from Ocean, NJ

Just wondering if you were playing the new Bruce Springsteen album tonight. I thought I heard that you were - but I'm not 100% that it's scheduled for tonight.
Thanks!

Jan. 19 2009 04:05 PM

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