Episode #2787

Unconventional Concert Music

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Friday, May 29, 2009

There's music boxes, oboe d'amore, grand piano innards, electric bass and cello all on this one New Sounds program. Listen for some music by Eleanor Hovda, featuring oboe d'amore and electric bass. Then, there's music inspired by, and in memory of John Lennon by Aaron Jay Kernis. Plus, John Morton's unusual sound source of music boxes, sampled, processed, and then combined with piano and guitar. And more.

PROGRAM #2787, Contemporary but Unconventional Concert Music (First aired on Thursday, 4-10-08)





John Morton


A Delicate Road II [6:30]

Innova #553

Aaron Jay Kernis

100 Greatest Dance Hits

Meditation (In Memory of John Lennon) [10:30]

Black Box #1107** *

Eleanor Hovda

Coastal Traces

Glacier Track [8:00]

O.O. Discs #29 Out of print. Try Canada’s

Kathleen Supove


Marti Epstein: She Fell Into A Well of Sorrows [9:00]

Koch #7572 *

Robert Macht

Suite for Javanese Gamelan & Synthesizer

Ripples [10:00]

Dorian #80161 **

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