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Episode #2893

Traditionally Rooted New Irish Music

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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

New Music from Ireland is in the spotlight for this New Sounds program. Ireland has seen a renaissance in the past 5-10 years or so in contemporary music, with works drawing on minimalism, post-minimalism, electronica, and world music. To that end, we'll hear composer and heavy metal guitarist David Flynn's post-minimalist string quartet “The Cranning.” There's also music from producer and composer Daniel Figgis, along with music from composer and founder of the Crash Ensemble, Donnacha Dennehy. Plus, listen to selections by composer/vocalist Michael McGlynn, founder of the Irish choral ensemble Anúna. And more.

PROGRAM # 2893, New Music from Ireland (First aired on Wed. 1-28-09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Daniel Figgis

Skipper

The Please Front, excerpt [1:30]

Black Burst Records #005, distr. by Rough Trade www.roughtrade.com. Info at www.danielfiggis.com

Ioana Petcu-Colan

Private CD

David Flynn: Tar Eis an Caoineadh {12:00]

Not commercially available. Info at www.daveflynn.com

Anuna

Sensation

McGlynn: O Maria [6:00]

Danu 023
www.anuna.ie

The Crash Ensemble & Iarla O Lionaird

Live, Merkin Concert Hall, March 28, 2007

Donnacha Dennehy: Gra Agus Bas [30:00]

For info on Donnacha Dennehy’s works, and available recordings, go to www.donnachadennehy.com

Anuna

Sensation

McGlynn: O Ignis Spiritus [6:00]

See above.

Daniel Figgis

Skipper

Alison Creaking [3:30]
The Please Front [3:30]

See above.

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Comments [1]

Geo. Schmidt from Newtown, CT

Could you please post the playlist for the evening of Tuesday, January 27? Many thanks.

Jan. 28 2009 11:18 PM

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