Episode #333

New Sounds- The Undead 333

Michael Atherton, John Hassell, The Native Flute Ensemble, Jim Scott-Behrends, Walter van Hauwe

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Tuesday, August 01, 1989

In another foray into world music, John features several artists who cross the musical boundaries between cultures. Featuring Dutch flutist Walter van Hauwe playing a Japanese folk song on the European flute, American composer John Hassell's Brazil-inspired work for the Kronos Quartet, and several pieces by Australian composer Michael Atherton that incorporate, among other instruments, the Arabic oud, a flute from the Soloman islands, and a hurdy-gurdy.

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