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Asian Voices

Monday, January 26, 2015

 Listen to Asian voices on this New Sounds from Tibetan devotional singer Yungchen Lhamo, the Mongolian bluegrass/folk-rock band Hanggai, the Wulu Bunun people of Taiwan, and others.

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World Music Mixtures

Saturday, November 08, 2014

This New Sounds program mixes it up with a traditional Macedonian folksong performed by Polish band with African name – Dikanda, and some Balkan brass band music from Boban Markovic.

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Music from Central Asia

Monday, September 01, 2014

On this New Sounds, hear music from the steppes of central Asia, featuring Mongolian group Hanggai, the overtone singing of Huun Huur Tu together with Brooklyn's Hazmat Modine, and more.

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A Private Reel: Live on Soundcheck

Thursday, June 26, 2014

For this New Sounds, we raid the exclusive live performance archive from that "other" show John Schaefer hosts, the afternoon program, Soundcheck. We'll listen for tunes from pipa player Wu Man, Cuban singer Omara Portuondo, and the Italian percussionist Alessandra Belloni, to name a few.

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World Music Mixtures

Wednesday, October 09, 2013

This New Sounds program stirs some more mixtures into the global music melting pot with traditional Macedonian folksong performed by Polish band with African name – Dikanda, and some Balkan brass band music from Boban Markovic. There’s also something from Hanggai, a Chinese band that combines traditional Mongolian overtone singing with Western rock and jazz.

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Music from Central Asia

Monday, May 13, 2013

Listen to music from the steppes of central Asia on this New Sounds.  Hear the overtone singing of Huun Huur Tu colliding with the New York folk/world group Hazmat Modine.  There’s also music from the Mongolian group, Hanggai, recorded in the WNYC studios.  Hear music by Russian composer Anton Batagov and a Buddhist monk from Republic of Kalmykia. Plus, listen to other voices from the Eurasian steppes, including a singer from the Russian region of Buryatia, Namgar Lhasaranova, whose 4-person group goes by “Namgar,” and performs traditional Buryat and Mongolian music.

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A Private Reel: Live on Soundcheck

Sunday, September 16, 2012

For this New Sounds, we raid the exclusive live performance archive from that "other" show John Schaefer hosts, the afternoon program, Soundcheck. We'll listen for tunes from pipa player Wu Man, Cuban singer Omara Portuondo, and the Italian percussionist Alessandra Belloni, to name a few.

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World Music Mixtures

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

This New Sounds program stirs some more mixtures into the global music melting pot with traditional Macedonian folksong performed by Polish band with African name – Dikanda, and some Balkan brass band music from Boban Markovic. There’s also something from Hanggai, a Chinese band that combines traditional Mongolian overtone singing with Western rock and jazz. 

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A Private Reel: Live on Soundcheck

Thursday, August 18, 2011

For this New Sounds, we raid the exclusive live performance archive from that "other" show John Schaefer hosts, the afternoon program, Soundcheck. We'll listen for tunes from pipa player Wu Man, Cuban singer Omara Portuondo, and the Italian percussionist Alessandra Belloni, to name a few.

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