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Episode #3075

Movement and Repetition

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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

For this New Sounds, it's about repetitive motion. Hear the two-piano robotic toccata and other movements from "brazen" 24-year-old composer Timothy Andres’s "Shy and Mighty." Then, listen as Ted Reichman's slow-layered repetitive piano and organ phrases slowly build on his "My Ears Are Bent." Also, Dominic Frasca's got precision and angularity on his side as he taps and arpeggiates his ten-stringed guitar (augmented with some electronic processing) into musical impossibilities/improbabilities on his "Deviations." Plus, music by Philip Glass, and more.

PROGRAM # 3075, Motoring Repetitions (First aired on 5/12/2010)

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SOURCE

The Philip Glass Ensemble

A Retrospective (1 of 2)

Philip Glass: Dance #9 [7:52]

Orange Mountain Music 0067
www.orangemountain
music.com
, www.philipglass.com

Dominic Frasca

Deviations

Deviations, excerpt [11:00]

CA21032
www.cantaloupemusic.com

Timothy Andres, David Kaplan

Shy and Mighty

Andres: Antennae [6:33]

Nonesuch 522413
www.nonesuch.com

Ted Reichman

My Ears Are Bent

Every Man to His Own Taste [6:31]

Skirl 002 www.skirlrecords.com

Daniel Schell & Karo

If Windows They Have

Un Celte [5:09]

Made To Measure MTM 13 CD Out of print.

John Surman

Private City

The Wizard's Song [8:50]

ECM 1366 www.ecmrecords.com

Comments [2]

John from Brooklyn

In fact, the Glass piece you played also is from 1986 -- written for a Twyla Tharp ballet "In the Upper Room."

May. 12 2010 11:28 PM
John from Brooklyn

The Philip Glass piece you just played later was adapted as "Liquid Days (Part One)," from Glass's 1986 song cycle, "Songs from Liquid Days."

The song has lyrics by David Byrne and was sung on the recording by The Roches.

May. 12 2010 11:16 PM

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