New Sounds

New Sounds

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New Sounds provides a place for your left and right brain to unwind at the end of day. Host John Schaefer combs recent recordings for one of the most educational and enchanting hours on radio. For 20 years, he's been finding the melody in the rainforest and the rhythm in an orchestra of tin cans. The program offers new ways to hear the ancient language of song.More from New Sounds »

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#3757: New Views of Old Folk Songs (Special Podcast)

Tonight on New Sounds, folk music re-imagined. Hear old music, but rearranged and connected with other genres, to make surprisingly new folk music. Listen to Sam Lee and Friends arranging folk songs from the British travelers community, Kaia Kater's Appalachian folk music. Then Sam Amidon sings an Anglo-American folk song, and the Furrow Collective offer up a Scottish folk song, and more. PROGRAM # 3757 – New Views of Old Folk Songs (First aired on 07/29/2015) ARTISTS: Sam Lee & Friends WORK: Bonny Bunch of Roses, (excerpt) [:20] RECORDING: The Fade in Time SOURCE: The Nest Collective Records TNCR 003 INFO: samleesong.co.uk ARTIST: Kaia Kater WORK: When Sorrows Encompass Me Round [2:54] RECORDING: Sorrow Bound SOURCE: kaiakater.com ARTISTS: Sam Lee & Friends WORK: Lord Gregory [6:31] RECORDING: The Fade in Time SOURCE: The Nest Collective Records TNCR 003 INFO: samleesong.co.uk ARTIST: Kaia Kater WORK: When Sorrows Encompass Me Round [2:54] RECORDING: Sorrow Bound SOURCE: kaiakater.com ARTIST: Sam Amidon WORK: Bright Sunny South [4:24] RECORDING: Bright Sunny South SOURCE: nonesuch.com ARTISTS: Sam Lee & Friends WORK: Bonny Bunch of Roses [4:11] RECORDING: The Fade in Time SOURCE: The Nest Collective Records TNCR 003 INFO: samleesong.co.uk ARTIST: Big Galut(e) WORK: Wallachian-Appalachian-Scratchin' [4:07] RECORDING: Big Galut(e) SOURCE: biggalute.com ARTIST: Kaia Kater WORK: Moonshiner [3:04] RECORDING: Sorrow Bound SOURCE: kaiakater.com ARTIST: The Furrow Collective WORK: Wild and Wicked Youth [3:11] RECORDING: At Our Next Meeting SOURCE: thefurrowcollective.co.uk ARTIST: Sam Amidon WORK: As I Roved Out [3:43] RECORDING: Bright Sunny South SOURCE: nonesuch.com

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#3774: Electroacoustic Music (Special Podcast)

Listen to electroacoustic music from Berlin, Iceland, the U.K., and right here in New York on this New Sounds show. Hear the latest record by Canadian-born, New York City-based cellist & composer Julia Kent who uses looped cello, electronics and found sounds, to suggest the build of pressure and the threat of violent release. She describes it as "layers of sound peeling back to reveal a beating, bloody human heart at its centre." Then, there's a new work by London-based composer Jon Opstad, who has scored film, dance, and television. Opstad's "Cold Fire," is a new piece for viola, double bass, piano and electronics and was created for contemporary dance collaboration with choreographer Hubert Essakow. There's also music by Berlin-based Icelandic-born cellist & composer Hildur Gudnadóttir, who creates an electronic symphony of cellos--all of them layered over each other. Plus, from Iceland, there's a score from composer, producer Olafur Arnalds, "Another Happy Day," with electro-acoustic soundscapes formed around piano and strings. PROGRAM #3774 electroacoustic music (First Aired 09-16-2015) ARTIST: Hildur Gudnadóttir WORK: Into Warmer Air, excerpt [1:00] RECORDING: Without Sinking SOURCE: Touch 070LP double LP or Touch 070CD INFO:touchshop.org ARTIST: Ólafur Arnalds WORK: Out To Sea [4:10] RECORDING: Another Happy Day SOURCE: ERATP038 INFO: erasedtapes.com ARTIST: Jon Opstad WORK: Cold Fire [5:14] RECORDING: Cold Fire SOURCE: jonopstad.bandcamp.com INFO: cdbaby.com ARTIST: Julia Kent WORK: Lac des Arcs [5:39] RECORDING: Asperities SOURCE: music.juliakent.com/asperities ARTIST: Julia Kent WORK: Invitation to the Voyage [5:30] RECORDING: Asperities SOURCE: music.juliakent.com/asperities ARTIST: Hildur Gudnadóttir WORK: Into Warmer Air [6:11] RECORDING: Without Sinking SOURCE: Touch 070LP double LP or Touch 070CD INFO:touchshop.org ARTIST: Ólafur Arnalds WORK: Everything Must Change [6:38] RECORDING: Another Happy Day SOURCE: ERATP038 INFO: erasedtapes.com

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Music for Trombone and Cello (Special Podcast)

On this New Sounds, explore the unexpected musical combination of cello and trombone: with electronics, in an African music setting, in a post-rock way, as a chamber pop song, and in loud and bombastic ways as well. Listen to intimate Bassa songs by the Cameroonian guitarist, Blick Bassy, (he now resides in rural France) together with co-conspirators cellist Clément Petit, and trombone player Fidel Fourneyron from Bassy's latest record, Akö. Blick Bassy (http://www.blickbassy.com/) The record was intended to be an homage to the Mississippi bluesman Skip James, yet the music on Akö manages to limn folk and jazz, as delicate falsetto vocal lines are sung in Bassy's mother tongue over elegant and minimal cello and trombone accompaniment. There might be nods to other heroes as well, like the Malian guitarist Ali Farka Toure, perhaps even the Brazilian singer-guitarist Caetano Veloso. Listen to both "Tell Me" and "Ndjè Yèm" from Bassy's magic record Akö. Also, hear grand post-rock involving guitar, bass, and drums, plus cello & trombone from Finnish band, Oddarang. Then hear music by Danish quartet, Flod and their special guests, which include a cello and/or trombone, making music inspired by the dramatic paintings of the 19th century mixed with traditional Japanese drawing. Then, hear chamber pop music from Italy, sung in French, from the singer Flo, involving South American charango, toy piano, as well as cello & trombone. There's also music from the collaborative composer's project based in Montreal known as The Sevens Project, who make largely instrumental and experimental creations involving a core group, augmented by a string trio and a horn quartet. Listen to their "She Imagined Imposing Castles." Plus, a serene blend of jazz, folk, and classical in music by the Belgian trio, Massot-Florizoone-Horbaczewski, consisting of Michael Massot on both trombone and tuba, Tuur Florizoone on accordion, and Marine Horbaczewski on cello. And more. PROGRAM #3789 Cello & Trombone (First Aired 10-23-2015) Blick Bassy - Tell me, excerpt [1:00] Akö Nø Førmat! NOF#28 noformat.net Oddarrang - Self Portrait [5:34] In Cinema Edition Records EDN 1046 oddarrang.bandcamp.com Flod- Joki [6:46] Kurs http://flod.bandcamp.com/#_=_ Flo- Ça ne tient pas la route [3:39] D' amore e di altre cose irreversibili www.agualocarecords.com Blick Bassy - Ndjè Yèm [3:16] Akö Nø Førmat! NOF#28 noformat.net The Sevens Project- She Imagined Imposing Castles [3:58] The Sevens Project Dare To Care Records daretocarerecords.com sevensproject.bandcamp.com Blick Bassy - Tell me [4:19] Akö Nø Førmat! NOF#28 noformat.net Massot-Florizoone-Horbaczewski- Propiac [6:24] Balades Ephémères tuurflorizoone.be aventuramusica.bandcamp.com Jacob Szekely Trio - Diana's Lullaby, excerpt [1:00] JSIII www.jacobszekely.com trom-bown (Miles Anderson & Erica Sharp) Martin Wesley-Smith: White Knight And Beaver [8:58] trom-bown.com MP3 is here: trom-bown.com/mp3

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Anglo-American Folk Songs (Special Podcast)

Hear Anglo-American Folk Songs for this New Sounds, including music from Scotland's Furrow Collective, San Francisco-based Meg Baird, and the Boise, Idaho-based string-band trio, Hillfolk Noir. Hear some American folk from NY-based Last Forever, featuring the late Sonya Cohen (of the Seeger family.) Then there's a chamber music arrangement of "Young Emily' by Bryce Dessner for the Chicago-based ensemble eighth blackbird, from their new record, "Filament." Listen to an all-star quartet out of Scotland, the Furrow Collective, whose four distinctive singers and instrumentalists - singer-songwriter Emily Portman, Lucy Farrell and Rachel Newton, and singer/guitarist Alasdair Roberts - all provide lead vocals on mostly bleak narrative ballads of hanging, murder and bewitchment, such as "Demon Lover." Then, the Vermont-based trio Low Lily's influences range from bluegrass to Irish, English, New England and Old Time Appalachian sounds. Hear their version of "Demon Lover," although they give it the less charmed title of "House Carpenter." There's music from the San Francisco-based folksinger Meg Baird, formerly of Philly-based psych-folk band Espers. On her latest release, a solo record called "Don't Weigh Down the Light," understated electric and acoustic guitars gently frame Meg's delicate voice. Plus, hear a blend of string-band, punk, folk, and country blues music from the Boise, Idaho-based jug band, Hillfolk Noir. And more. PROGRAM #3781 Anglo-American Folk Songs (First Aired 10-01-2015) ARTIST(S) RECORDING CUT(S) SOURCE Hillfolk Noir Pop Songs For Elk 'Round I Sing, excerpt [1:30] cdbaby.com/cd/hillfolknoir3 Low Lily Low Lily House Carpenter [3:35] lowlily.com/cd-store The Furrow Collective (Rachel Newton, Lucy Farrell, Emily Portman and Alasdair Roberts) At Our Next Meeting Demon Lover [4:59] thefurrowcollective.co.uk eighth blackbird Filament Bryce Dessner: Young Emily [3:51] Cedille Records CDR 90000 157 cedillerecords.org Last Forever Acres of Diamonds: new and old songs out of the American tradition Boll Weevil Blues [13:20] Story Sound Records Due out Oct. 30, 2015 elevenspot.11spot.com Hillfolk Noir Pop Songs For Elk 'Round I Sing / Mile On Up [4:50] cdbaby.com/cd/hillfolknoir3 The Furrow Collective (Rachel Newton, Lucy Farrell, Emily Portman and Alasdair Roberts) At Our Next Meeting King Henry [6:29] thefurrowcollective.co.uk Meg Baird Don't Weigh Down the Light Counterfeiters [3:29] Drag City 632 dragcity.com Alasdair Roberts Alasdair Roberts This Uneven Thing [4:18] Drag City DC613 dragcity.com

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Composed Works, Unusual Settings (Special Podcast)

On today's playlist: chamber music, but not how you're used to hearing it. The band Forro in the Dark combines the driving dance rhythms of forro from Northeastern Brazil with rock, jazz, reggae, folk and country. Listen to selections from their latest musical adventure - "Forro Zinho - Forro in the Dark plays Zorn" - an exploration of the lyrical, driving melodies of John Zorn as Brazilian-tinged dance music. Then, there's music from Eviyan, which is clarinetist/composer Evan Ziporyn, the violinist/vocalist/composer Iva Bitova, and guitarist/composer Gyan Riley. Also, hear chamber music with a Japanese cast from Seattle-based composer and percussionist Paul Kikuchi. Plus, there's American composer Shankar Tucker's piece "Ae Re Chanda" combining Indian classical music with American jazz and classical sounds. And lastly, music inspired by water by Christopher Tin. PROGRAM # 3756, Composed Works, Unusual Settings (First aired on 7-28-2015) ARTIST(S) RECORDING CUT(S) SOURCE Shankar Tucker Filament Ae Re Chanda (Suite for the Moon) (excerpt) [:56] shankartucker.bandcamp.com Forro in the Dark Forro Zinho – Forro in the Dark plays Zorn Forro Zinho [4:59] tzadik.com Paul Kikuchi Bat of No Bird Island Four Seasons of the Childhood [7:36] paulkikuchi.bandcamp.com Forro in the Dark Forro Zinho – Forro in the Dark plays Zorn The Quiet Surf [3:04] See above. Forro in the Dark Forro Zinho – Forro in the Dark plays Zorn Zabeve [4:38] See above. Eviyan Nayive Pygmyesque [4:43] airplaneears.com Eviyan Nayive Sun Shower [5:53] See above. Shankar Tucker Filament Ae Re Chanda (Suite for the Moon) [9:15] See above. Christopher Tin The Drop That Contained the Sea Deviprabaha (excerpt) [3:29] TW004 christophertin.com

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Mid-Sized New Music Groups

Hear new music from several different mid-sized groups on this New Sounds. Listen to music from the recent album, “Dreamfall” by the NY-based chamber band Now Ensemble, playing Andrea Mazzriello’s “Trust Fall.” Then there’s a Nico Muhly two-fer, with Sufjan Stevens’ “Year of the Dragon” in an Nico Muhly arrangement for the ensemble yMusic, along with chamber music sextet eighth blackbird (Chicago-based) playing Muhly’s work, “Doublespeak,” from their recent record, "Filament." 

Sample music from The Young Scamels, a group out of Louisville, KY, consisting of former members of Rachel’s, including the late Jason Noble, who convened the ensemble back in 2007 to do music for a production of “The Tempest.” Listen also to the Greek-French-Columbian-Spanish Quartetto Minimo, and their jazz/chamber rock from Spain. Then, California-based composer/violinist Robin Cox & his ensemble play a 3-part piece, “Faster Than That.” Plus, music by Build & composer Matt McBane & more. 

PROGRAM #3768, mid-size ensembles (First Aired 8-27-2015)

ARTIST(S)

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eighth blackbird

Filament

Muhly: Doublespeak, excerpt [1:00]

Cedille Records CDR 90000 157
cedillerecords.org

yMusic

Year of the Dragon

Sufjan Stevens: Year of the Dragon, arr. Nico Muhly [3:10]

ymusicensemble.com
Limited edition 7” vinyl
recordcollection.spinshop.com

Robin Cox Ensemble w/ pianist Andrew Russo

Faster Than That

Robin Cox: Faster Than That [8:29]

Robin Cox Ensemble
robincoxensemble.com Available at 
Amazon or iTunes

Young Scamels

Tempest

A Solemn Air [5:20]

FT 74
file-13.com

eighth blackbird

Filament

Muhly: Doublespeak [9:06]

Cedille Records CDR 90000 157
cedillerecords.org

Now Ensemble

Dreamfall

Andrea Mazzriello: Trust Fall [8:03]

 

New Amsterdam 64
newamrecords.com

Quartetto Minimo

Pomelö

Behemoth [6:06]

facebook.com/quartettominimo OR quartettominimo.com

Build

Build

McBane: Imagining Winter [6:07]

New Amsterdam #008
newamrecords.com/build or
buildbuildbuild.bandcamp.com

"Indie Classical": Indie Chamber Music (Special Podcast)

For this New Sounds, hear new indie chamber works from the NYC-based group, NOW Ensemble and the Australian chamber band Nonsemble. Plus, music by composer/bandleader/singer Becca Stevens, from her daring and captivating record, “Perfect Animal.”  

From the NOW Ensemble, hear “City Boy,” by NYC-based composer Judd Greenstein, who is also a co-founder of New Amsterdam Records, and the founder of the annual Ecstatic Music Festival. Greenstein’s “City Boy” is full of lifting, pulsing musical patterns changing over time, allowing one instrument after another in the NOW Ensemble’s arsenal - of flute, clarinet, electric guitar, double bass, and piano -to shine brilliantly. Then there’s a work by composer, singer/songwriter and bandleader Becca Stevens which recruits folk-associated instruments in the service of chamber-jazz art songs.

Also, listen to music by Australian composer Chris Perren for his septet, Nonsemble. His large 30-minute work “Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke,”is based on the surrounding patterns from a 1950’s championship game of go. (Go Seigen was a Chinese-born Japanese 20th century  master of the game; Fujisawa Kuranosuke was his opponent.) Go is an ancient Chinese strategy game, of great complexity, where one must surround and capture a greater territory on a playing board than one’s opponent. That, and more. 

PROGRAM #3734–  Postminimalist Music (First aired on 06/04/2015)             

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NOW  Ensemble

Dreamfall

Greenstein: City Boy, excerpt [1:30]

New Amsterdam 64
newamrecords.com

Nonsemble

Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke

Chris Perren:Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke, Part III [9:46]

bigoandtwigetti.bandcamp.com

NOW  Ensemble

Dreamfall

Judd Greenstein: City Boy [11:15]

New Amsterdam 64
newamrecords.com

NOW  Ensemble

Dreamfall

Sarah Kirkland Snider: Pale as Centuries [6:09]

New Amsterdam 64
newamrecords.com

Becca Stevens Band

Perfect Animal

Be Still [5:05]

Universal / Universal Music Classics and Jazz - #4724275
Available at Amazon.com,  iTunes

Arizal

Booster Pack: Jellowstone Sampler by Jellowstone Records

Under Water [4:32]

jellowstone.bandcamp.com

Nonsemble

Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke

Chris Perren:Go Seigen vs. Fujisawa Kuranosuke, Part II [8:52]

bigoandtwigetti.bandcamp.com

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Afrobeat, Afropop, & Afrofunk (Special Podcast)

Hear Afropop and Afrobeat music from West Africa and elsewhere on this New Sounds, including new music from Malian desert-blues queen Khaira Arby, recent music from Afrobeat band Antibalas, and Mandinka pop from the re-united Malian supergroup from the 1960’s and 1970’s, Les Ambassadeurs.

Afrobeat music is a complex combination of Nigerian and Ghanaian highlife music, jazz and funk, some psychedelic rock, and traditional West African rhythms, usually played by a larger band with interlocking multiples of instruments in its service. It’s also highly danceable. Listen to music by Fela Kuti, the father of the style known as “Afrobeat” music, who repeatedly gave credit to his drummer, Tony Allen as well, for his work in creating the style. 

Then, listen to music from the Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra, Brooklyn’s Afrobeat experts; their members served as Musical Director and Assistant Musical Director — in Fela!, Bill T. Jones’ musical based on the life of Fela Kuti. There’s also buoyant Mandinka pop from the re-united 1970’s trailblazers, Les Ambassadeurs, featuring Salif Keita. This outfit combined Griot music with Cuban rhythms, and infused it with a bit of American-style James Brown & the JB’s funk & soul. Les Ambassadeurs  have recently released a four-song collection, “Rebirth,” reworkings of some of their biggest hits from years past. Sample new music by legendary desert blues diva of Timbuktu, Khaira Arby, who was one of the first women to break onto the music scene in Mali in the late 1970s. From her most recent record, “Gossip,” which she partially recorded while on tour from 2010-2012, hear “Chris,” in honor of Chris Nolan, Arby's tour manager and the man who self-released her debut international CD.   

Also, hear selections from the Amsterdam-based nine-piece Afrofunk band, Jungle By Night, from their record, “The Hunt.”  Plus, music by both Femi Kuti, oldest son of Fela Kuti, and by Seun Kuti, his youngest son, who now leads his father's former band, Egypt 80; Fela’s band was called Africa ‘70. 

PROGRAM #3744– Afrobeat & Afropop (First aired on 06/26/2015)              

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Fela Kuti

The Best Of The Black President

Water No Get Enemy [9:52]

Wrasse Records 158
wrasserecords.com

Les Ambassadeurs

Rebirth

Mali Denou [4:40]

World Village - #479113
available at Amazon.com & iTunes

Femi Kuti

Africa for Africa

Dem Bobo [4:39]

Knitting Factory Records - #KFR1113CD / 
shop.knittingfactoryrecords.com

Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra

Security

Beaten Metal [5:53]

Anti/Epitaph Daptone Records - #68482
antibalas.com

Jungle By Night

The Hunt

Empire [4:14]

Kudos Records KS 045
kudosrecords.co.uk

Khaira Arby

Gossip

Chris [4:48]

Clermont Records CLE 011
forcedexposure.com

Seun Anikulapo Kuti & Egypt 80

From Africa With Fury: Rise

Rise [7:47]

Knitting Factory Records - #1110
shop.knittingfactoryrecords.com

Les Ambassadeurs

Rebirth

4V [5:15]

World Village - #479113
available at Amazon.com & iTunes

Crossing the Norwegian-Finnish Border (Special Podcast)

For this New Sounds, we’re at the Norwegian-Finnish border, with musicians who are either or both Finnish and Norwegian, and music which involves the Finnish folk-harp, the kantele (which is held in a player’s lap or on a small table.) Hear music from composer, singer and master of the kantele, Sinikka Langeland, who is half Finnish, and half Norwegian. Her most recent record, “The half-finished heaven,” is a collaboration with sax player/composer Trygve Seim, classical viola player Lars Anders Tomter and percussionist Markku Ounaskari, featuring settings of verse by Swedish poet Tomas Tranströmer. However, the tune we’ll hear, “Caw of the crane,” is a melody-filled conversation between viola and kantele, punctuated by percussion.

There’s also music from American percussionist Jeanette Wrate (Kangas), (who has both Finnish and Norwegian roots) from her recording, “Echoes of a Northern Sky” where Finnish folk music meets jazz. Then, from Norwegian sax player Jan Garbarek, listen to Norway’s wind and the sound of the Fjords turned into music by way of wood flute and wind harp, (or æolian harp.)   Also, listen to music from English musician Andrew Cronshaw's cross-cultural collaboration, "The Unbroken Surface of Snow," at times an unlikely combination of kantele and duduk. Plus, music from Finnish singer Sanna Kurki-Suonio and more.

PROGRAM #3743–  Crossing the Norwegian-Finnish Border (First aired on 06/25/2015)             

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Sinikka Langeland

The half-finished heaven

Caw of the crane, excerpt [1:30]

ECM 2377
www.ecmrecords.com

Jan Garbarek

Dis

Dis [7:44]

ECM 1093
www.ecmrecords.com

Sinikka Langeland

The half-finished heaven

Caw of the crane [5:41]

ECM 2377
www.ecmrecords.com

Jan Garbarek & Agnes Buen Garnås

Rosensfole

Margjit og Targjei Risvollo [12:37]

ECM 1402
www.ecmrecords.com

Jeanette Wrate & Northern Lights

Echoes of a Northern Sky

Voice, Gong and Kantele Interlude [3:06]

Cryptogrammphone

cryptogramophone.com

Various artists: Sanna Kurki-Suonio

Northern Nights - Music From the top of the World

Minne (Where) [4:46]

Six Degrees Records 657036
Out of print, but try Amazon.com 

Andrew Cronshaw

 

The Unbroken Surface of Snow

Im Hogutz, excerpt [7:12]

CV 2009
www.cloudvalley.com
andrewcronshaw.com

 

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Music Around the Globe (Special Podcast)

Listen to music from around the globe, in the music from Italy, India, Egypt, Tunisia and Mali on this New Sounds. Hear music of northeastern and southeastern Europe together in the eight members of Finno-Balkan Voices, a Finnish-Estonian folk singing group and a Balkan choir. Then, there’s music and dances from Southern Italy in a piece from Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino. Hear the collaborative duo between a Jewish clarinetist from France, Yom, and Wang Li, a Chinese player of the “Jew’s Harp”/jaw-harp, mouth-harp from their 2012 record, “Green Apocalypse.” Listen to music from Anouar Brahem’s latest gorgeous release, “Souvenance,” music for oud, piano, quartet & small orchestra. Plus, music from Alsarah, a Sudanese-born singer by way of Yemen, who now lives in Brooklyn, as Alsarah & the Nubatones. Then, listen to Egyptian oud master, Tarek Abdallah, and percussionist Adel Shams El-Din, who both live in France, as they revive Arab musical tradition from their excellent, “Wasla.”  And more.

 

PROGRAM #3702– Music Around the Globe (First aired on 03/02/2015)             

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RECORDING

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Yom, Wang Li

Green Apocalypse

Rings, excerpt [1:00]

Buda Musique 860220
budamusique.com Download from iTunes or Amazon.com

Finno-Balkan Voices

Finno-Balkan Voices

Lintuseni [4:30]

Finnish Folk Music Institute 
kansanmusiikki-instituutti.valmiskauppa.fi 
or download via iTunes or Emusic.com

Canzoniere Grecanico Salentino

Pizzica indiavolata

Itela [3:09]

Ponderosa Music & Art 65
ponderosa.it

Yom, Wang Li

Green Apocalypse

Rings [2:52]

Buda Musique 860220
budamusique.com Download from iTunes or Amazon.com

Alsarah & The Nubatones

Silt

Yanas Baridou [6:01]

Wonderwheel Recordings #WONDER 21
wonderwheelrecordings.bandcamp.com

Tarek Abdallah, Adel Shams El-Din

Wasla (Suites musicales égyptiennes)

Wasla [4:33]

Buda Musique 4704634
budamusique.com

Anouar Brahem

Souvenance

Kasserine [9:35]

ECM 2423/24
ecmrecords.com

Debashish Bhattacharya

Slide Guitar Ragas From Dusk Till Dawn

Vasundhara (Mother Earth) [8:22]

Riverboat TUGCD1083
worldmusic.net OR
propermusic.com

 

 

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