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Alarm Will Sound in all its glory.

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Alarm Will Sound, In Concert At (Le) Poisson RougeWQXR-FM

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The progressive 20-piece chamber band Alarm Will Sound, led by Alan Pierson, is made up of many accomplished musicians who also perform double-duty as composers and arrangers.

This concert, from Feb. 23, features the music of singer, multi-instrumentalist and ensemble member Caleb Burhans. Opening with Burhans on his own performing two solo piano pieces, the show comes to a thunderous close with the entire group joining forces on stage.

Set List
  • "In Time of Desperation"
  • "A Moment in Rothko Chapel"
  • "Walk Through the Valley of Dead Flowers"
  • "As Desperation Sets In"
  • "Amidst Neptune"
  • "Iceman Stole the Sun"
  • "O Ye of Little Faith"
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