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Episode #2803

Guitar Multiples

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Sunday, May 30, 2010

Guitar (Juan Mabromata/Getty Images)

For this New Sounds, we'll listen to Jeremy Peyton Jones' "18 Guitars," a work that lands somewhere between Robert Fripp's League of Crafty Guitarists and Glenn Branca's symphonies for electric guitars. 

Listen also for the hypnotic aural panoramas generated by the duo Hammock, from their latest Maybe They Will Sing for Us Tomorrow.  Plus, the Canadian guitarist and composer Tim Brady's chamber work for piano, guitar and electronics, entitled "Frame 1 - Resonance."  And more.

PROGRAM # 2803 Music for Electric Guitars (First aired on Wednesday, 5/21/08)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

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SOURCE

Tim Brady

10 Collaborations

Jeremy Peyton Jones: 18 Guitars [14:30]

Justin Time #8434
www.justin-time.com

Philharmonie

Nord

From the North [8:00]

Cuneiform #64 cuneiformrecords.com

Tim Brady

Playing Guitar: Symphony #1

Frame I – Resonance [12:00]

Actuelle #125 www.actuellecd.com

Hammock

Maybe They Will Sing For Us Tomorrow

Maybe They Will Sing For Us Tomorrow [5:30] Eighty-four Thousand Hymns [5:30]

Darla #196 www.darla.com

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