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Music for Voices and Strings (Special Podcast)

Monday, March 31, 2014

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For this New Sounds, listen to new music from violinist and vocalist Caleb Burhans. His latest release “Evensong” explores both the secular and sacred, along with works both instrumental and choral. Listen to his "The Things Left Unsaid," one of the instrumentals on the record. Also, hear music by Nico Muhly, which draws from both the minimalist tradition and Anglican hymns. Plus, an ambient-sounding work from Hungarian composer Gyorgy Ligeti.

Special thanks to our hardworking New Sounds Assistant, Isabel Kim, for making this podcast possible.

PROGRAM #3515– Music for voices and strings (First aired on 9/27/2013)             

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Alarm Will Sound

Evensong

Caleb Burhans: The Things Left Unsaid [8:30]

Cantaloupe Music CA21094
bangonacan.org

Reinbert de Leeuw, conductor Cappella Amsterdam Asko/Schoenberg Ensemble

The Ligeti Project III: Cello Concerto / Clocks & Clouds / Violin Concerto / Síppal, Dobbal, Nádihegedüvel

 

György Ligeti: Clocks and clouds for 12 female voices and orchestra  [14:26]

Teldec 87631
Out of print, but try Amazon.com

 

Nico Muhly, feat. Caroline Plizska, violin

Joshua

Hide and Seek [8:56]

Moviescore Media 08005
http://nicomuhly.com

 

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