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Episode #2826

Bang on a Can Marathon 2008

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Friday, September 25, 2009

Hear excerpts from new music's biggest annual event - the 2008 edition of the annual Bang On A Can Marathon, recorded live at the World Financial Center on this edition of New Sounds. There's music from Alarm Will Sound tackling the Beatles' Revolution #9, and perhaps a bit of post-rock pulsetronica from Dan Deacon. Plus, the Crash Ensemble performs Terry Riley's recent work "Loops for Ancient Giant Hairy Nude Warriors Racing Down the Slopes of Battle" complete with electric guitar and ass-whooping distortion. And much more.

PROGRAM # 2826, from the 2008 Bang on a Can Marathon, Pt. 1 (First aired on Wed.. 7-23-08)

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Alarm Will Sound

Bang on a Can Marathon, May 31-June 1, 2008, World Financial Center

Beatles: Revolution #9, excerpt [2:00]
John Adams: Son of Chamber Symphony Mvt. III [7:00]

Not commercially available. See www.alarmwillsound.com OR www.myspace.com/alarmwillsound for info.

Contact

Allison Cameron: 3rds, 4ths and 5ths [6:30]

Not commercially available. See www.contactcontemporarymusic.ca OR www.myspace.com/contacttheband for info.

Crash Ensemble

Terry Riley: Loops for ancient Giant Nude Hairy Warriors Racing Down the Slopes of Battle [4:00] Arnold Dreyblatt: Resonant Relations, excerpts [9:00]

www.crashensemble.com OR www.myspace.com/crashensemble

Hartt Bass Band

Julia Wolfe: Strong Hold, excerpt [8:00]

Not commercially available. Info at www.bangonacan.org

Dan Deacon

Ultimate Reality, Pt. 3 [9:00]

Not commercially available. See www.myspace.com/dandeacon for more info.

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Comments [2]

Maegan from nyc

You can usually just type the date in the url, if the links are broken.
i.e.
http://www.wnyc.org/shows/newsounds/episodes/2009/09/25
replace 09 with month - two digits required
replace 25 with date - two digits required

Oct. 05 2009 12:10 PM
Yvonne from Brooklyn, New York

RE: NEW SOUNDS/ SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 2009

If I click "next episode", I get Sunday, September 27 and if I click previous, I get Friday, September 25 and if I type Saturday, September 26, 2009, I get 2008. I just heard a piece, the last one, for tonight's Saturday show and you do not make it easy to find it. What am I doing wrong??
I did not catch all the identifying info ... something that sounded like TIMBER HOLLOW.

Please clarify.

Sep. 27 2009 12:16 AM

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