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Episode #2946

The Pulse of Minimalism

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Monday, August 23, 2010

The pulsing rhythms of minimalism, as heard in the music of English composer Michael Nyman, and fellow Brit Jeremy Peyton-Jones.  Plus there's music from trombonist/composer Paul Bailey and the "alt-classical garage band" Paul Bailey Ensemble.  It's possible that we'll also hear from guitarist Dominic Frasca and his takeoff of music based on Philip Glass, and more.

PROGRAM # 2946 Minimal Borrowing (First aired on Fri. 6/09/09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Michael Nyman Band

Mozart 252

In Re Don Giovanni [2:38] Revisiting the Don [4:25]

Michael Nyman MNRCD113
www.mnrecords.com

Jeremy Peyton-Jones, Regular Music II

North South East West

Purcell Manoeuvres, No. 2 [6:55] Purcell Manoeuvres, No. 4 [2:48]

New Tone #6748
www.felmay.it

Philip Glass

Heroes Symphony

Heroes [5:56]

Point Music 454-388-2**
Available as an import at Amazon.com**

Paul Bailey Ensemble

Summerland

Overcoming Tourism [2:05] The Palimpset [2:19] Boundary Violations [2:09]

Download from eMusic.com or see Paulbaileyensemble.org

Dominic Frasca

Bang on a Can Marathon 2006, from the World Financial Center, 6/4/06

Shattered Glass [8:00]

This performance not commercially available. But Frasca’s CD, “Deviations,” is available at www.dominicfrasca.com

Jeremy Peyton-Jones, Regular Music II

North South East West

War Dance No. 1 [3:00]

See above.

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Ryan

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Sep. 02 2010 10:19 AM

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