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New Sounds

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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New Sounds

25 Years Of Real World Records II

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Listen to the second of our two part celebration of Peter Gabriel’s Real World record label, featuring music from around the globe: obscure folk chants, gospel, rock and/or classical.

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New Sounds

With Yungchen Lhamo & Anton Batagov

Thursday, September 25, 2014

For this New Sounds, Tibetan devotional singer Yungchen Lhamo and Russian pianist/composer Anton Batagov discuss their recent musical collaboration - "Tayatha."

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New Sounds

Music From the Roof of the World

Sunday, June 01, 2014

There's music recorded in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan on this New Sounds program.   Composer/vocalist Meredith Monk has just returned from a trip to India and Bhutan where she obtained recordings of young musicians striving - via the talent show, "Bhutan Star,"-  to keep the traditional sounds of Bhutanese music alive.  The program is an "American Idol"-esque talent show which forces contestants to sing the nation's fading traditional songs.

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Q2 Music Album of the Week

Yungchen Lhamo and Anton Batagov's 'Tayatha' Brings Unadulterated Aural Pleasure

Monday, June 24, 2013

Seven Tibetan songs by exiled chanteuse Yungchen Lhamo, in arrangements by Russian composer Anton Batagov, are collected on a "Tayatha." Stream the album in full this week only.

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The New Canon

On Chaos

Monday, June 24, 2013

This week's episode of The New Canon is all about chaos, and an attempt to find order within chaos, as we check out new recordings from So Percussion, the Eclipse Quartet, Yungchen Lhamo and Anton Batagov.

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New Sounds

With Yungchen Lhamo & Anton Batagov

Friday, June 14, 2013

For this New Sounds, Tibetan devotional singer Yungchen Lhamo and Russian pianist and composer Anton Batagov discuss their recent musical collaboration. Their beautiful and unusual record, "Tayatha" (a Sanskrit word that means literally, “it is like this,”) is a striking and meditative dialogue between Lhamo’s voice and Batagov’s spacious, well-chosen piano melodies.  Referencing their shared practice of Buddhism, and their shared belief in music’s power to shift the world, Batagov and Lhamo make post-minimalist music that has a sense of offering.  They are part of the day-long Bang on a Can Marathon taking place this Sunday, 6/16 at the Schimmel Center. 

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New Sounds

New Releases, May 2013

Friday, May 31, 2013

It's that time of the month again for the new releases show on New Sounds. John Schaefer carefully separates the wheat from the chaff for this show.  He'll sort through the stacks of new CDs, the strange Soundcloud free-associations, and the highly anticipated digital submissions which have come across his desk and into his inbox over the past month to present some of the finest new releases. He'll skim off the cream. He'll pick the lentils from the ashes. You get it.

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New Sounds

Music From the Roof of the World

Thursday, May 23, 2013

There's music recorded in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan on this New Sounds program.   Composer/vocalist Meredith Monk has just returned from a trip to India and Bhutan where she obtained recordings of young musicians striving - via the talent show, "Bhutan Star,"-  to keep the traditional sounds of Bhutanese music alive.  The program is an "American Idol"-esque talent show which forces contestants to sing the nation's fading traditional songs.

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New Sounds

Music From the Roof of the World

Friday, February 10, 2012

There's music recorded in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan on this New Sounds program.   Composer/vocalist Meredith Monk has just returned from a trip to India and Bhutan where she obtained recordings of young musicians striving - via the talent show, "Bhutan Star,"-  to keep the traditional sounds of Bhutanese music alive.  The program is an "American Idol"-esque talent show which forces contestants to sing the nation's fading traditional songs.

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