#3602: Post-Rock/Post-Classical

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Listen to two big pieces which might be labeled post-classical or post-rock on this New Sounds program. There’s music from composer Bryce Dessner, featuring a diverse palette of bowed vibraphone, harmonium, electric guitar, and orchestra, in Dessner’s “Raphael” (2007).  Also, hear almost orchestral music with a post-rock ambient drone approach in “Virginia,” a large work from the Austin, TX-based duo Stars of the Lid.  Plus a work from Stars of the Lid founder Adam Wiltzie and composer Dustin O’Halloran, as A Winged Victory For the Sullen, and more. 

PROGRAM #3602  Post-Rock/Post-Classical (First aired on 5/22/2014)  

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Copenhagen Phil/Andre de Ridder

BRYCE DESSNER
St. Carolyn by the Sea
Lachrimae
Raphael

JONNY GREENWOOD
Suite from »There Will Be Blood«

Dessner: Raphael [17:22]

0289 479 2388 6

deutschegrammophon.com

Stars of the Lid

Carte-de-visite

Virginia [20:03]

SOTL001 / Cobraside
Available at boomkat.com or download from www.emusic.com

A Winged Victory for the Sullen

A Winged Victory for the Sullen

We Played Some Open Chords and Rejoiced, for the Earth Had Circled the Sun Yet[6:17]

Erased Tapes Records ERATP032
www.erasedtapes.com

Mark McGuire

Along the Way

Silent Weapons (The Architects of Manipulation) [5:12]

Dead Oceans 077
www.deadoceans.com