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Episode #2801

"Green Music"

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

For this edition of New Sounds, hear some “Green Music,” that is, music with a global environmental bent.

We’ll listen to philosopher, author and musician David Rothenberg’s latest, compositions with clarinet to the sounds of whale calls. Also, we’ll hear concert music by composer/violinist Patmore Lewis, centering around the effects of global warming on the Rillito River, no longer flowing year-round through Tucson, AZ. Plus, music from “Green” by cellist Hank Roberts, his “Lenape Suite,” and more.

PROGRAM # 2801, “Green” Music (First aired on Fri 5-16-08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Alan Hovhaness

Hovhaness Collection, Vol. 2

And God Created Great Whales, excerpt [1:30]

Delos #3711. www.delosmusic.com*

David Rothenberg

Whale Music, from the book project “Thousand Mile Song: Whale Music in a Sea of Sound”

The Far Fields [5:00] Whiteness of the Beast [5:00]

Published by Basic Books. www.basicbooks.com*

Paul Winter

Earth – Voices of a Planet

Talkabout [3:30]

Living Music #0019** www.livingmusic.com*

Patmore Lewis

Rillito River Project

Elemental Flow [21:00]

YouGlobal Entertainment #40031, available on 6/3/08 through Amazon.com*

Hank Roberts

Green

Lenape Suite [12:00]

Winter & Winter #910-141. www.winterandwinter.com *

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Comments [1]

Alan Oser from Staten Island N.Y.

May I have a mailing adderess please? I want to propose a program based on the music of the living foreign composers we will present in Manhattan on June 11 (see www.newpathsinmusic.org.).
Thank you, Alan Oser (chairman, New Paths in Music, a 501c3 nonprofit presenter)

May. 23 2010 06:18 PM

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