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Episode #2947

Concert Music

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

For this New Sounds, hear some recent music from the concert hall. We'll listen to music from the late Alfred Schnittke - his hushed Requiem. Also, there's something from electronic engineer and self-taught musician, Michel Titin-Schnaider, who writes based on the basic pleasure of "sound immersion." Plus music from Italian singer-songwriter, composer, filmmaker and painter Franco Battiato and Israeli pianist and composer Uri Brener.

PROGRAM # 2947 New Concert Music (First aired on Wed. 6/10/09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Franco Battiato

Shadow, Light

Sanctus, excerpt [1:30]

EMI/Hemisphere #37234.
Available at Amazon.com

Uri Brener

A Walk

Comptine d'un Autre Été [2:34]

EnT-T
www.ent-t.com
Available at Amazon.com , iTunes, or download from eMusic.com

Franco Battiato

Shadow, Light

Sacred Symphony of Time [3:44] Sanctus [6:46]

EMI/Hemisphere #37234.
Available at Amazon.com

Michel Titin-Schnaider

Recordare

Recordare 1 Apparence [3:08] Recardare 4 Espérances [4:52]

Believe Digital
Download at eMusic.com

Hymnia Chamber Choir Flemming Windekilde, cond

Requiem

Alfred Schnittke: Recordare [2:41] Lacrimosa [2:34] Sanctus [3:32] Requiem [2:27]

Classico 3601, or download from eMusic.com

Uri Brener

A Walk

Bel m'es qu'ieu Chant _ Cantaben [6:45]

See above.

Franco Battiato

Shadow, Light

Shadow of the Light [4:56]

See above.

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Comments [1]

Vic from Pesaro, Italy / Chester, New Jersey

John,
If you like Battiato's music, check out Adriano Celentano. Personally, I'm not so big on Italian Music, but the 1999 recording of, IO NON SO PARLAR D'AMORE, by Celentano is one of my favorites, especially the "hit" song, "l'emozione non ha voce."
I have some beautiful memories tied with this song...& I believe it would have been a "hit" here, as well.
Ciao, bello.
Vic

Jun. 10 2009 11:01 PM

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