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Episode #3355

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

For this New Sounds, hear music from the duo Moon Ate the Dark, which is Anna Rose Carter (piano) and Christopher Brett Bailey (treatments.) Carter provides soft peals of piano and Bailey weaves them together with dark washes of reverb, and other subtle electronic processing. There's also glitchy ambient music from Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto along with music from the Hilary Hahn & Hauschka release, "Silfra." And more.

PROGRAM #3355 , Piano Plus… (First aired on 7/6/2012)                                                           

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto

Vriion

trioon ii, excerpt [5:00]

r-n#50
www.raster-noton.de

Moon Ate the Dark

Moon Ate the Dark

Sleepwalk [8:34]

Sonic Pieces 014
www.sonicpieces.com

Moon & The Melodies (Harold Budd & Cocteau Twins)

Moon & The Melodies

Memory Gongs [7:08]

4AD Records
CAD 611, out of print, but try Amazon.com B00001QEEV

Hauschka

Salon Des Amateurs

Tanzbein [4:21]

Fat Cat CD 13-16
www.fatcat-usa.com

Dustin O’Halloran

Lumiere

Snow + Light [6:34]

Available at www.dustinohalloran.com
or download from www.emusic.com

Hilary Hahn (violin) & Hauschka (Volker Bertelmann, prepared piano)

Silfra

North Atlantic [6:49]

Deutsche Grammophon 16798
www.deutschegrammophon.com
hahnandhauschka.com

Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble

Mr. Machine

Bop [4:26]

K7 286
www.phonicarecords.com

Hilary Hahn & Hauschka

Silfra

Rift [6:25]

See above.

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