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Episode #2947

Concert Music

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

For this New Sounds, hear some recent music from the concert hall.  We'll listen to music from the late Alfred Schnittke - his hushed Requiem.

Also, there's something from electronic engineer and self-taught musician, Michel Titin-Schnaider, who writes based on the basic pleasure of  "sound immersion." Plus music from Italian singer-songwriter, composer, filmmaker and painter Franco Battiato and Israeli pianist and composer Uri Brener.

PROGRAM # 2947 New Concert Music (First aired on Wed. 6/10/09)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Franco Battiato

Shadow, Light

Sanctus, excerpt [1:30]

EMI/Hemisphere #37234.
Available at Amazon.com

Uri Brener

A Walk

Comptine d'un Autre Été [2:34]

EnT-T
www.ent-t.com
Available at Amazon.com , iTunes, or download from eMusic.com

Franco Battiato

Shadow, Light

Sacred Symphony of Time [3:44] Sanctus [6:46]

EMI/Hemisphere #37234.
Available at Amazon.com

Michel Titin-Schnaider

Recordare

Recordare 1 Apparence [3:08] Recardare 4 Espérances [4:52]

Believe Digital
Download at eMusic.com

Hymnia Chamber Choir Flemming Windekilde, cond

Requiem

Alfred Schnittke: Recordare [2:41] Lacrimosa [2:34] Sanctus [3:32] Requiem [2:27]

Classico 3601, or download from eMusic.com

Uri Brener

A Walk

Bel m'es qu'ieu Chant _ Cantaben [6:45]

See above.

Franco Battiato

Shadow, Light

Shadow of the Light [4:56]

See above.

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