#3770: Mostly Acoustic Music

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Hear music by Berlin-based producer & sought-after remixer, Henrik Schwarz, performed by acoustic instruments, a major development, considering he’s well-known in the EDM world, and performs intense laptop sets. Hear Schwarz’s music arranged for Tokyo Secret Orchestra, an impressive new music ensemble adept at the repetitive grooves and hymnic anthems of say - Steve Reich or Michael Nyman. Then there’s systems music of a sort by Puerto Rican composer Dan Roman, for alto sax and viola.

Listen to multiple layers of cello (and some synth) in music from English cellist/composer Peter Gregson, from his recent record, “Touch.” Also, hear some of a suite by Munich-based American composer Gloria Coates for harp and bowed vibraphone, inspired by Shakespeare. Plus, listen to music from Dutch lute player Jozef van Wissem with feedbacky electric guitar by Jim Jarmusch, from a few years back, when they played for us in the WNYC studios. 

 

PROGRAM #3770 Mostly Acoustic Music (First Aired 09-9-2015)

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The Irrelevants (Carrie Koffman, sax & Tim Deighton, viola)

Dan Roman: Musica de Palladium

La Machina Line: La Park Line, excerpt

Innova 904
innova.mu

Peter Gregson

Touch

Time [5:03]

Sono Luminus DSL-92191
sonoluminus.com
petergregson.co.uk

Tokyo Secret Orchestra

Instruments

Henrik Schwarz: Wamims [8:33]

Sony Music Entertainment
Sony 888750 529527
Available at iTunes Or Amazon.com

The Irrelevants (Carrie Koffman, sax & Tim Deighton, viola)

Dan Roman: Musica de Palladium

Dan Roman: La Machina Line: La Machina Line [4:10]

Innova 904
innova.mu

Peter Gregson

Touch

Chorale [4:55]

Sono Luminus DSL-92191
sonoluminus.com 
petergregson.co.uk

Jozef van Wissem & Jim Jarmusch

Live, WNYC 10/11/2011

Concerning the Beautiful Human Form After Death [5:38]

This performance is currently not commercially available.
However, the piece appears on Important Records 329
importantrecords.com

Susan Allen, harp
Colton Lytle, bowed vibraphone

Postcard From Heaven

Gloria Coates: Perchance to Dream-He Who Never Ate His Bread in Tears [5:48]

New World Records 80763
newworldrecords.org

Revive Music (Tariq Khan & Terry Slingbaum)

Supreme Sonacy, Vol. 1

Water Games - Ravel Re-imagined, excerpt [:30]

Blue Note Records B002345302
revive-music.com
bluenote.com

The Irrelevants (Carrie Koffman, alto sax & Tim Deighton, viola)

Dan Roman: Musica de Palladium

Dan Roman: La Machina Line-La Park Line [3:54]

See above.

Susan Allen, harp
Colton Lytle, bowed vibraphone

Postcard From Heaven

Gloria Coates: Perchance to Dream-He Who Drowns Himself in Solitude [6:09]

See above.