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Episode #2633

Classical Perspectives

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Saturday, January 31, 2009

On this New Sounds, we'll have new look at the old masters – from Uri Caine's inventive and improvisatory take on Mozart, to the Kamikaze Ground Crew making sense of Karlheinz Stockhausen. Also, the California Guitar Trio plays a famous piano piece by Beethoven, and various New York “downtown” types offer their perspectives on the music of Schubert. Also, Cuban arrangements of Chopin, and possibly even J.S. Bach on the banjo.

PROGRAM # 2633, Classics Revisited (First aired on 1/24/07)

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SOURCE

Wendy Carlos

Switched On Bach

Brandenburg Concerto #3, excerpt [1:30]

East Side Digital ** www.noside.com/esd

Uri Caine

Plays Mozart

Turkish Rondo [8:30]

Winter & Winter #910130 www.winterandwinter.com

Klazz Brothers & Cuba Percussion

Classic Meets Cuba

Cuban Dance (Brahms Hungarian Dance #5) [5:30]

Sony Classical #93090 www.sonyclassical.com

Krakatoa

We Are The Rowboats

Sabre Dance [3:00]

Cuneiform #168 www.cuneiformrecords.com

Uri Caine

Plays Mozart

Arias from Die Zauberflöte [5:30]

See above.

California Guitar Trio

Pathways

Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata, Presto Agitato [5:00]

Discipline #9803 www.cgtrio.com *

Various Artists: Nick Didkovsky

The Alternative Schubertiade

Impromptu in Eb [4:30]

CRI #8709
Out of print.

Klazz Brothers & Cuba Percussion

Classic Meets Cuba

Mambozart (Mozart Symphony #40, 1st mvt. ) [5:00]

See above.

Kamikaze Ground Crew

Covers

Stockhausen: Capricorn [4:30]

Koch Jazz #7882
Try Amazon.com*

Uri Caine

Primal Light

Mahler: Symphony #5, Adagietto, excerpt [4:00]

Winter & Winter #910004 www.winterandwinter.com

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Comments [1]

Caoimhin O Raghallaigh from Ireland

Greetings!

Really missing your podcasts - the most recent one is from November 2008. Any way we can convince you to keep them up to date?

With warmest wishes,

Caoimhín

Jan. 31 2009 11:56 PM

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