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Episode #3242

The Australian-American Connection

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Saturday, January 04, 2014

Australia's surprising and flexible new music ensemble, Topology, comprised of saxophone, strings and piano, takes center stage on this New Sounds program.  We'll hear chamber works by American and Australian composers, some in the vein of the perpetual motion machines, all performed by Topology.  Plus, other works by Americans living and working in Australia.

PROGRAM #3242 The Australian-American Connection  (First aired on 9/6/11)    

 

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Topology

Difference Engine

Lynette Lancini: Centaur -Obsidian [3:38] -Sapphire [9:50]

Serrated Records 311008
www.cdbaby.com

Wm Duckworth/The Cathedral Band

Linesongs

Dancing With the Ancestors [9:44]

Monroe Street Music
www.monroestreet.com

Vincent Plush / Colorado College Bowed Piano Ensemble (dir. Stephen Scott)

Live, 1989

Skyfire [10:17]

This performance not commercially available. 
Program notes here: www.vincentplush.com

Topology

Difference Engine

John Babbage: φχ174 [6:15]

See above.

Warren Burt   

Harmonic Colour Fields

Portrait of Erv Wilson, excerpt [9:00]

Pogus 21028
www.pogus.com
Available at Emusic.com or iTunes.

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