#3654: New Music from Berlin

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Berlin has been a global capital of electronic music for decades. In this New Sounds edition, John Schaefer brings us the latest music you might hear in the late hours in this city. We'll hear violinist Daniel Hope plays Max Richter's "Berlin by Overnight" and then some nocturnal remixes of the same piece. Icelandic and Berlin-based cellist and composer Hildur Guðnadóttir brings us an electronic symphony of cellos--all of them her layered over each other. The Brandt Bauer Frick Ensemble plays electronic sounding music, but you might be surprised that it is performed completely on acoustic instruments. Hear excerpts from Dustin O'Halloran's score to the film "The Beauty Inside" and more.

PROGRAM #3654 New Music from Berlin (First aired on 10/27/2014)  

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Max Richter; feat. Daniel Hope and Jochen Carl

Max Richter: Berlin by Overnight

 

Berlin by Overnight [1:35]

Deutsche Grammophon 4793988

Hildur Guðnadóttir

Without Sinking

Into Warmer Air [6:11]

Touch

Forced Exposure

Max Richter; feat. Daniel Hope and Jochen Carl

Max Richter: Berlin by Overnight

Berlin by Overnight CFCF Remix [5:53]

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The Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble

Mr. Machine

Bop [4:26]

!K7
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Clair-obscur Saxophone Quartet

Berlin Counterpoint

 

Christian Biegai Saxophone Quartet [9:05]

Solo Musica SM217
Amazon

Nils Frahm & Anne Müller

7fingers

Journey for a Traveller [5:27]

Hush Records
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Max Richter; feat. Daniel Hope and Jochen Carl

Max Richter: Berlin by Overnight

Berlin by Overnight Lorna Dune Remix [6:48]

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Dustin O’Halloran

The Beauty Inside

New Day [1:15]

Splinter Records
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Dustin O’Halloran

The Beauty Inside

Alex’s Theme [1:01]

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Dustin O’Halloran

The Beauty Inside

Lonely Hearts [1:23]

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Pantha du Prince

Elements of Light

Particle, excerpt [12:32]

Rough Trade Records
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