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Episode #3524

"String" Trios

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Monday, October 21, 2013

Listen to mostly unconventional string trios involving Malagasy zither, South Indian violin, West African kora, Chinese erhu, guitars of all sorts, banjo and much more.  First, hear a new collaborative trio record from Ralph Towner, Wolfgang Muthspiel, and Slava Grigoryan who are respectively, an American 12-string guitarist, an Austrian electric guitarist, and a Kazakhstan-born, Australia-based classical guitarist.  Also, listen to an electric guitar work from the French guitar trio Philharmonie, in addition to a trio of Chinese erhu, Hindustani mohan vina, and American banjo.  Then, folk-rock meets Carnatic music (South India) on a record from acoustic guitarist Martin Simpson, together with David Hidalgo on bajo sexton, and Viji Krishnan on violin.  That, and more. 

PROGRAM #3524–  "String" Trios (First aired on 10/21/2013)             

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Ralph Towner  Wolfgang Muthspiel, Slava Grigoryan

Travel Guide

The Henrysons [6:59]

ECM 2310
www.ecmrecords.com

Philharmonie

Les Éléphants Carillonneurs

Vif-Argent [9:34]

Cuneiform Rune #54
www.cuneiformrecords.com

Martin Simpson, David Hidalgo, Viji Krishnan, with Pulalur Srinivasan

Kambara: Music in Native Tongues

The Slow Pageant [10:41]

Water Lily Acoustics - #WLACS 63
www.waterlilyacoustics.com

Rajery & Ballaké Sissoko, Driss El Maloumi

3MA

3MA [5:01]

Contrejour/ Harmonia Mundi
www.contrejour.com  or Available through Amazon.com or iTunes

Bela Fleck, VM Bhatt, Jie-Bing Chen

Tabula Rasa

Water Gardens [4:38]

Water Lily Acoustics - #WLACS 44
www.waterlilyacoustics.com

Garth Knox, viola
Cyprien Busolini, viola
Aurelien Grais, viola

Viola Spaces

Up, down, sideways, round [3:55]

Mode Records 207
www.moderecords.com

Paul Giger

Ignis

Organum [6:21]

ECM #1681
www.ecmrecords.com

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