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Episode #2690

Global Guitars

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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Hear two living legends of the guitar playing world, John Williams and John Etheridge in a collaboration running the gamut from Bach to African folk music. Listen to tunes from their latest album Places Between, recorded live at the 2006 Dublin Guitar Festival, with music from Africa, Madagascar, South America, and Cape Verde on this edition of New Sounds. There's also music from Montreal's answer to Michael Hedges - Erik Mongrain, and the flamenco-rich fusions of Son de la Frontera, among others.

PROGRAM #2690, Music for Multiple Guitars (First aired on Wednesday, 6/20/07)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Son de la Frontera

Cal

Solea del Amor [7:30]

World Village #468069 ** www.worldvillage.com

John Williams & John Etheridge

Places Between: Live In Dublin

Malinke Guitars [8:00]

Sony Classical #00907** www.sonybmgmasterworks.com *

Erik Mongrain

Fates

Fates [4:30]

Prophase, no. # www.erikmongrain.com *

Alexandra Gardner

Luminoso

Luminoso [6:00]

Innova #662
www.innova.mu

John Williams & John Etheridge

Places Between: Live In Dublin

Extra Time, Pt. 3 [4:30]

See above.

Heliopause

v. 1

Bow Shock and Interlude [5:30]

Soona Songs #004 www.soonasongs.com

Philharmonie

Les Elephants Carillonneurs

The Elephant Bellringers [5:30]

Cuneiform #54 www.cuneiformrecords.com

John Williams & John Etheridge

Places Between: Live In Dublin

Peace, Love and Guitars, Pt. 1 [5:00]

See above.

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