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Episode #3430

New Music for Brass

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Monday, May 12, 2014

Hear new music for brass, some martial, some big band jazz, and music by David Byrne inspired by the Dirty Dozen Brass Band of New Orleans, and more on this New Sounds Program.  Then it's high-spirited music from Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy along with a work by Karlheinz Stockhausen, covered by the Respect Sextet. Plus, music by Charles Mingus, as played by Either/Orchestra out of Cambridge, MA.  There's also music from Montreal's Ratchet Orchestra as well as something from the Clubfoot Orchestra, and a work by Carla Bley.

PROGRAM #3430, Brass Band Music  (First aired on 2/12/2013)                                       

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Rhys Chatham

Die Donnergötter

Waterloo, No. 2 (1986), excerpt [2:00]

Dossier #DCD 9002.
Out of print, but try Amazon.com.

David Byrne

Music for the Knee Plays

The Sound of Business [6:20]

ECM 25022. Reissued on Nonesuch Records #303228
www.kneeplays.com
www.nonesuch.com

Lester Bowie's Brass Fantasy

I Only Have Eyes for You

Coming Back Jamaica [5:22]

ECM #1296
www.ecmrecords.com

Rhys Chatham

Die Donnergötter

Waterloo, No. 2 (1986) [7:57]

Dossier #DCD 9002. Out of print, but try
www.musicweb.com

Respect Sextet

Sirius Respect - the Music of Sun Ra & Stockhausen

Stockhausen: Leo [5:44]

Mode Avant 06
www.moderecords.com

Either/Orchestra

Orchestra  Radium

Charles Mingus: Moanin’ [7:56]

Accurate AC 3232
accuraterecords.com

Portico Quartet

Portico Quartet

Lacker Boo, excerpt [1:00]

realworldrecords.com
womadshop.com

Carla Bley

Fleur Carnivore

Song of the Eternal Waiting of Canute [3:29]

ECM/WATT #21
www.ecmrecords.com

Clubfoot Orchestra

Wild Beasts, Kidnapped, and More

Elk's Dance Hit [5:04]

Rastascan Records BRD013 clubfootorchestra.com

Ratchet Orchestra

Hemlock

Yield [2:58]

Drip Audio 33
www.dripaudio.com

Info: www.nicolascaloia.net

Tord Gustavsen

Tord Gustavsen Quartet (Special Podcast)

For this New Sounds Podcast, listen to new music from Norway, including a live set by the serene and transcendent Tord Gustavsen Quartet.  Gustavsen, whether solo, with a trio, or in this quartet formation, delivers piano-based works of contemplation and stillness that simply captivate a listener.  To be sure, the music is capable of transporting one to a private Nordic mind-palace.

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