Episode #2677

Mighty Winds

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Monday, May 25, 2009

Listen to the clarinet textures and eerie cello of Erik Friedlander's recent release Prowl, along with other arresting combinations of instruments like kora, saxophone and Slovenian music, all artfully woven together from Igor Leonardi. Plus, hear music from Canadian saxophonist Quinsin Nachoff, whose release Magic Numbers combines an improvisational sax jazz trio and a neo-classical string quartet for a catchy funky sinewy twist into worlds between Sabbath and Stravinsky. Rounding out the show is music from Robert Stillman, whose wind-driven music contains brilliant melodic washes and Twin Peaks-y buildups.

PROGRAM #2677, A Mighty Wind (First aired on Monday, 5/14/07)





Igor Leonardi


Good News [5:30]

Sazas #225 *

Quinsin Nachoff

Magic Numbers

There and Back [7:30]

Songlines #1556

Erik Friedlander


Chanting [4:30]

Cryptogrammophone #127 www.crypto

Robert Stillman


Half-Luke [7:00]

Mill Pond #004

Giordano Muto & Marco Santilli

Belli in Zona

Vortex [1:30]
Au Claire de Lune [2:00]

Altrisuoni #209

Stephan Micus

On The Wing

part 1 | On the Wing [3:30]

ECM #1987 **

Diagonal/Jean-Christophe Cholet

Slavonic Tone

Erghen Diado [7:00]

Altrisuoni #213

Ned Rothenberg, Tony Buck, Stomu Takeishi

The Fell Clutch

Moment of Reloading [4:00]

Animul #105

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