Peter Broderick

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Sunday, July 11, 2010

Peter Broderick & cat (photo: Peter Broderick/Peter Broderick on Flickr)

Peter Broderick writes both intimate songs and minimalist chamber music, and to each he brings his sensitive ears, creative mind, and skills as guitarist, pianist, violinist, and singer. This young American composer lives in Europe these days, and has been releasing recordings at a prolific rate. Host David Garland presents selections from Peter Broderick's diverse albums, including Home, Blank Grey Canvas Sky, 4 Track Songs, and Music for a Sleeping Sculpture of Peter Broderick. This show first aired January 17, 2010.

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