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Hot Brass Band Party

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Listen to as much brass band music as we can handle on this New Sounds program.  From Egypt to Rajastan, from New Orleans to Benin, there's party music aplenty.

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Balkan (Brass) Band Battle/Party

Sunday, October 20, 2013

It’s a Balkan Brass Battle Royale on this New Sounds between two of the best Balkan Brass bands - Boban I Marko Markovic Orchestra from Serbia, along with Fanfare Ciocarlia from Romania.  Fresh from a worldwide tour, listen to these two notorious outfits blow each other away, and play nicely together on a few tracks as well.  More is just better!

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New Sounds

Hot Brass Band Party

Friday, August 09, 2013

Listen to as much brass band music as we can handle on this New Sounds program.  From Egypt to Rajastan, from New Orleans to Benin, there's party music aplenty.

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New Sounds

Balkan (Brass) Band Battle/Party

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

It’s a Balkan Brass Battle Royale on this New Sounds between two of the best Balkan Brass bands - Boban I Marko Markovic Orchestra from Serbia, along with Fanfare Ciocarlia from Romania.  Fresh from a worldwide tour, listen to these two notorious outfits blow each other away, and play nicely together on a few tracks as well.  More is just better!

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Balkan (Brass) Band Battle/Party

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

It’s a Balkan Brass Battle Royale on this New Sounds between two of the best Balkan Brass bands - Boban I Marko Markovic Orchestra from Serbia, along with Fanfare Ciocarlia from Romania.  From a brand-new record, listen to these two notorious outfits blow each other away, and play nicely together on a few tracks as well.  More is just better!

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The Eastern European Influence

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Hear some works from Western (and perhaps a few Eastern) musicians inspired by the often odd-metered dances and laments of Eastern Europe on this New Sounds program.  The brassy Balkan beats of Romashka together with their Lithuanian-born singer draw on gypsy and folk music from Russia, Romania and the Balkans for a downtown blast of madness. 

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