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Episode #3107

Piano Solos and Ensembles

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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Hear from Nico Muhly's latest, "I Drink The Air Before Me," on this New Sounds.  There's also music from Jason Moran's "Ten," which features some sampled sounds as well. Plus, Michael Formanek Quartet and the new "23 Neo" along with Donnacha Dennehy's "Reservoir" for solo piano, played by Isabelle O'Connor, and more.

PROGRAM #        3107, Piano Solos and Ensembles    (First aired on 8/25/2010)                                                     

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Jason Moran

Ten

Feedback  Pt. 2, excerpt[1:30]

Blue Note
www.bluenote.com
OR www.jasonmoran.com

Nico Muhly

I Drink the Air Before Me

Storm Center [3:35]

Decca 00028947825708
www.iclassics.com
Due out Sept. 23, 2010
OR nicomuhly.bandcamp.com

Isabelle O’Connell

Reservoir

Donnacha Dennehy: Reservoir [9:44]

Diatribe DIACDSOL 001
www.diatribe.ie

Nico Muhly

I Drink the Air Before Me

Music Under Pressure 1- Flute [3:04]
Music Under Pressure 2-Piano [3:32]
Music Under Pressure 3-Ensemble [8:32]

See above.

Jason Moran

Ten

Gangsterism Over Ten Years [6:56]

See above.

Michael Formanek Qt

The Rub and Spare Change

23 Neo [8:29]

ECM 2167
www.ecmrecords.com

Jason Moran

Ten

Feedback  Pt. 2, [4:54]

See above.

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Comments [2]

d from atlanta

The wrong show is listed here. The show that plays above is # 2947, not 3107.

Aug. 30 2010 07:57 AM
paul

where was the nico muhly piece?

Aug. 28 2010 06:49 PM

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