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Episode #3024

Daniel Figgis' Snakes & Ladders

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Friday, January 08, 2010

For this New Sounds, composer and curator Daniel Figgis visits the studio to present megamixes from the Irish showcase for original music and video commissions called Snakes & Ladders: An Entertainment. This multi-media live "happening" has toured Ireland and now makes its way to New York’s Symphony Space. Listen to works by composer Roger Doyle, along with a recording of the cleaning of the Belvedere Theatre, and Uileann pipes with pedals. The music performances run the gamut of disciplines, encompassing musique concrete, piano recital, free-improvisation, avant folk, metal, arena rock, and electronica, all accompanied by new video works.

PROGRAM # 3024 With Daniel Figgis (First aired on Fri. 1/8/10)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Daniel Figgis

Skipper

My Poor Little House Without Me In It, excerpt [1:00]
The Please Front [3:30]

Black Burst #005, out of print. But download from Emusic.com

Various Artists

Snakes & Ladders - Private CD

Figgis: PhotoFinish edit
Auditorium excerpt
Almost Old
Batterie 1
The Jablonski Suite excerpt
The Bringer Of War [5:30]

Toirse –hibernation,
Paranoid Visions featuring The Master Switch –Coal,
Roger Doyle -the staircase looked familiar,
BrianOhUiginn -from: Left-Handed March,
Ktho Zoid –ether,
Conor Brady -Play [15:00]

SoundArt Megamix:
RossKelly -Audicity
The Jimmy Cake -at the end of the day of the dead,
Neil Bailey with Fint Nusp -Brakes On,
Spectac -Land Of Yew,
TWINKRANES –Nougat,
Richard G Evans –Perish,
Mark O'Leary –opVex,
Vincent Doherty -Termonfeckin [20:00]

These performances not commercially available. Info at www.danielfiggis.com, and myspace.com/snakesladdersfestival

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