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Episode #2819

A Private Reel - the Old Studios

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Thursday, August 13, 2009

For this edition of New Sounds, we'll revisit live performances from WNYC's old performance studio. Listen to hi-tech guitar/sampling from Andre La Fosse, and mystical Jewish niggunim from Andy Statman and his Quartet. Plus, hear impressionist cello/piano music by David Darling and Ketil Bjornstad along with Indian-inspired music from composer Michael Harrison and his band Mandalla Jones. There's also traditional Persian music by the Mojdeh Ensemble and more.

PROGRAM # 2819, a private reel, live performances 1993-2005 (First aired on 7-3-08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Andre La Fosse

Live, WNYC, 3/15/05

Improvisation for turntablist guitar [7:00]

Info on La Fosse and his CD is on his MySpace page:   www.myspace.com/andrelafosse

Pino Forastiere

Live, WNYC, 10/27/04

Seagull B [3:00]

www.myspace.com/forastiere

Giovanni Sollima

Live, WNYC, 5/24/99

Concerto Rotondo [5:30]

www.giovannisollima.it

Gamelan of the Royal Court of Solo

Live, WNYC, 11/93

Serimpi Sangupati [6:00]

Not commercially available

Tenores di Oniferi

Live, WNYC, 10/31/03

Alesu [4:30]

Their CDs are hard to find, but try Amazon.com

Mojdeh Ensemble

Live, WNYC, 11/15/94

Suite, conclusion [6:00]

www.karoon.com

Andy Statman Quartet

Live, WNYC, 1/11/99

Mah Yedidus [5:00]

www.andystatman.org

Ketil Bjørnstad & David Darling

Live, WNYC, 4/2/98

The River [5:00]

Their collaborative CDs are on ECM. www.ecmrecords.com

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