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Episode #2928

Bang on a Can PCF Concert 2009

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Friday, April 24, 2009

From the New Sounds Live concerts at Merkin Hall, the Bang On A Can All-Stars play a new work by Kate Moore, and sonic explorations at either end of the volume spectrum, from the soft, almost subliminal acoustics of Alvin Lucier. This concert, which was recorded earlier this month, went out with a bang thanks to the squalling overtone effects of Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo.

PROGRAM # 2928, Bang on a Can People’s Commissioning Fund Concert 2009 (First aired on Fri. 4/24/09)

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Bang on a Can All-Stars

 

NS Live at Merkin Hall, 4/2/09

Lee Ranaldo: How Deep Are Rivers? (A Map is a Good Piece of Paper), excerpt [1:00]

These performances are not commercially available. See www.bangonacan.org for more info.

Kate Moore: Ridgeway [16:00]

Info about Kate Moore at www.amcoz.com.au

Alvin Lucier: Canon, excerpt [12:00]

Lucier’s site is: http://alucier.web.wesleyan.edu/

Lee Ranaldo: How Deep Are Rivers? (A Map is a Good Piece of Paper), excerpt [25:00]

Lee Ranaldo’s site: www.leeranaldo.net

Special Podcast: Harmonic Presence (originally aired 11/15/06)

Vocalist, composer, and overtone-singing pioneer David Hykes joins us on this New Sounds to preview new works for harmonic singing. Hykes has a long immersion in Eastern and Western sacred music, cosmology, and yogas of sound. He was the first westerner to connect deeply with the "throat-singing" traditions of Mongolia, ...

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