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New Sounds

New Soundtracks

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Listen to an hour of recent soundtracks for both film and dance, featuring music from Philip Glass, Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson, and cellist Lori Goldston.

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New Sounds

New Soundtracks

Monday, September 09, 2013

For this program, hear an hour of recent soundtracks for both film and dance.  Listen to music from the new, otherwise silent film, “Visitors” by filmmaker Jon Kane – about our ambivalent relationship with technology.  Seven years in the making, "Visitors" is the fourth collaboration between director Godfrey Reggio and composer Philip Glass.  Also, hear selections from the keyboard-driven soundtrack, “The Beauty Inside,” from the American pianist/composer Dustin O’Halloran, who now lives in Berlin.

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New Sounds Live: Ethel plays Jacob TV, Part II

Sunday, July 22, 2012

From the New Sounds Live concerts at Merkin Hall, the string quartet Ethel plays music by Dutch composer Jacob TV (Jacob ter Veldhuis), including the controversial “Take A Wild Guess,” based on sound clips of prison inmates, and the lighthearted “Body of Your Dreams,” built around samples of TV infomercials.

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Bang on a Can PCF Concert 2010, Part II

Sunday, June 24, 2012

From the New Sounds Live concerts at Merkin Hall, the Bang On A Can All-Stars premiere the newly commissioned work by Christine Southworth, called "Concerning The Doodle."  Rounding out the show are (relatively) older favorites by Michael Nyman, his "Manhatta" and Brian Eno's "Music for Airports 2/2."

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New Music for Silent Films 2010

Sunday, June 10, 2012

From the New Sounds Live Silent Film series at the World Financial Center, listen to new music written for the films of Japanese master Yasujiro Ozu and played live by composer/bandleaders Robin Holcomb, Wayne Horvitz, and Lori Goldston. Hear excerpts from cellist Lori Goldston's score for a tale of father-son closeness - Ozu's "Passing Fancy," Wayne Horvitz' score to the melodrama of sibling sacrifice, "Woman of Tokyo," and highlights from Robin Holcomb's score for the crime thriller "That Night's Wife."

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New Sounds

New Sounds Live: Ethel plays Jacob TV, Part II

Thursday, July 07, 2011

From the New Sounds Live concerts at Merkin Hall, the string quartet Ethel plays music by Dutch composer Jacob TV (Jacob ter Veldhuis), including the controversial “Take A Wild Guess,” based on sound clips of prison inmates, and the lighthearted “Body of Your Dreams,” built around samples of TV infomercials.

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New Sounds

Bang on a Can PCF Concert 2010, Part II

Monday, June 06, 2011

From the New Sounds Live concerts at Merkin Hall, the Bang On A Can All-Stars premiere the newly commissioned work by Christine Southworth, called "Concerning The Doodle."  Rounding out the show are (relatively) older favorites by Michael Nyman, his "Manhatta" and Brian Eno's "Music for Airports 2/2."

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New Music for Silent Films 2010

Friday, May 27, 2011

From the New Sounds Live Silent Film series at the World Financial Center, listen to new music written for the films of Japanese master Yasujiro Ozu and played live by composer/bandleaders Robin Holcomb, Wayne Horvitz, and Lori Goldston.  These three Seattle-based composers managed to make it despite the Snowmageddon.   Hear excerpts from cellist Lori Goldston's score for a tale of father-son closeness - Ozu's "Passing Fancy," Wayne Horvitz' score to the melodrama of sibling sacrifice, "Woman of Tokyo," and highlights from Robin Holcomb's score for the crime thriller "That Night's Wife."

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