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Episode #2829

Bang On A Can Marathon 2008, Part II

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Friday, October 02, 2009

There's more music from the 2008 edition of new music’s biggest annual party, the Bang On A Can Marathon at the World Financial Center. For this New Sounds, expect music from Caleb Burhans, who is running in multiple music circles these days, with Alarm Will Sound, and the chamber duo itsnotyouitsme, along with his vocal career as a countertenor. We'll also hear old Brian Eno, his work "Discreet Music" as played by the ensemble Contact, and a recent work by Steve Reich, "The Daniel Variations." Plus, music by Bora Yoon, a multi-instrumentalist/composer who DJ Spooky has called "a one-woman orchestra." And more.

PROGRAM # 2829, from the 2008 Bang on a Can Marathon, Pt. 2 (First aired on Wed.. 7-30-08)

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Caleb Burhans

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

no [6:00]

Not commercially available. See www.calebburhans.com OR www.myspace.com/inyimband

Bora Yoon

(((Phonation))) [9:00]

This performance not commercially available. See www.borayoon.com for info.

Signal

Steve Reich: The Daniel Variations [28:00]

This performance not commercially available. The work has been released on Nonesuch records, #406780** www.nonesuch.com
More information about Signal: http://signalensemble.org/

Contact

Brian Eno: Discreet Music, excerpt [5:30]

This performance not commercially available.
Eno’s Discreet Music is available on Editions EG CD 23 at Amazon.com For info about Contact, see www.contactcontemporarymusic.ca OR www.myspace.com/contacttheband

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