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Episode #2645

New Acoustic Guitar

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Monday, February 16, 2009

Listen to balmy fingerstyle guitar shapes and patterns from South African guitarist Guy Buttery on this edition of New Sounds. Buttery also plays the mandolin and sitar, and together with special guest violinist Angus Kerr, and double bass, hear some of his acoustic experimental tone poems. Plus, treat yourself to the musical narrative of fellow fingerstyle player, the Italian Pino Forastiere, who falls in the Michael Hedges camp, with his tapping, muting, and alternate tunings. We'll also hear from New York's own Dominic Frasca, the inventive guitarist who builds his own instruments to have more than just 6 strings available to take on transcriptions and original works. And much more.

PROGRAM # 2645, music for acoustic guitars (First aired on 2/26/07)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Dominic Frasca

Deviations

Dometude [1:30]

Cantaloupe Music #21032** www.cantaloupemusic.com

Guy Buttery

Songs From the Cane Fields

Spontaneous Combustion [6:00]

GHR #002.
www.oneworld.co.za

Dominic Frasca

Deviations

Dark Age Machinery [2:30]

See above.

Forastiere

Circolare

Dominic [7:00]

3 Lune Records
www.forastiere.it

Dominic Frasca

Deviations

Metaclopromide [1:30]

See above.

Guy Buttery

Songs From the Cane Fields

December Poems [4:30]
I Feel Like I’m Standing In The Rain [5:30]

See above.

Leo Kottke

Live

Airproofing [5:00]

On The Spot/Private Music, #5821322. Re-released on RCA Victor Amazon.com*

Michael Hedges

Aerial Boundaries

Aerial Boundaries [4:00]

Windham Hill #1032**
www.windham.com
*

Richard Leo Johnson

The Legend of Vernon McAlister

More Than All The Stars In The Sky [4:00]

Cuneiform #222.
www.cuneiformrecords.com
*

David Pritchard

Velocity

Pattern 6 [4:30]

Molecular Music #10014. www.morphicresonance-
music.com

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