Episode #2832

Chain-Link Show

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Monday, September 21, 2009

Hear some links in a musical chain by way of a series of recordings linked by shared personnel. We'll start with John Surman's "Sunday Morning," and hear percussionist Pierre Favre's "Mort d’Eurydice." We'll continue on with Michel Godard & Monks of Liguge Abbey, "Repons," and then there's music from the lauded recording "Officium" by Hilliard Ensemble & Jan Garbarek, possibly even more.

PROGRAM # 2832, Links in a Musical Chain (First aired on Friday August 14, 2008)





Helene Breschand

Le Gout De Sel

Salome [2:00]

D’autre cordes #091 www.digitruc.com

Pierre Favre Ensemble


Mort D’Eurydice [5:30]

ECM #1977 www.ecmrecords.com

Tamia & Pierre Favre

De la nuit…le jour

Ballade [7:00]

ECM #1364 www.ecmrecords.com

Michel Godard & Choeur des moines de L'Abbaye de Liguge


Conditor Alme Siderum [2:30]
Alleluia Multifarie [4:00]

Out of print.

Hilliard Ensemble & Jan Garbarek


Parce Mihi Domine [6:30]

ECM #1525 www.ecmrecords.com

Jan Garbarek & Agnes Buen Garnas


Rosensfole [3:00]

ECM #1402 www.ecmrecords.com

The John Dowland Project

In Darkness Let Me Dwell

Go Crystal Tears [8:00]

ECM #1697 www.ecmrecords.com

John Surman

Such Winters of Memory

Sunday Morning [7:00]

ECM #1254 www.ecmrecords.com

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