Episode #3036

New Music for Flutes

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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Listen to new music for flute on this New Sounds program, ranging from Japanese shakuhachi to Native American flute, along with the Indian Bansuri flute and perhaps even the ocarina. There’s also bass flutes, perhaps even some beatbox flute, and music by James Newton, where he has overdubbed flute parts which wind up sounding like a backing orchestra. Plus, music by Alan Hovhaness for flute and harp.

PROGRAM # 3036, New Music for Flutes (First aired on Wed. 02/10/10)





James Newton


The Neser [8:00]

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Purus River [7:45]

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Blue Rondo a la Turk [5:01]

Laurie Sampsul, flute and Kurt Kopensky, harp,

Private tape

Alan Hovhaness: Sonata for Flute and Harp Op. 406 [7:46]

This performance not commercially available.

James Ashley Franklin

The Ongaku Masters: An Anthology of Japanese Classical Music

Peace Bell [8:44]

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Una Ramos

Poupee de Porcelaine

Rocotito [3:23]

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Dream Hunters, excerpt [6:00]

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Comments [1]

john gibson from nyc

Wrong link for "new music for flutes" When I click on "listen" I get Choral Music from Feb 09.


John Gibson

Feb. 16 2010 12:13 AM

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