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With Brian Standing
Other Voices (Music)
Music from world classical traditions in a wide range of styles and eras and focusing on women composers, performers and conductors.
With Heather Gerbyshak
Mon Jul 16th 2018 5.00am–8.00am
R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.
Time zone: central
Washington Master Chorale; Ian Swenson, violin, Robert Dilutis, clarinet, aya Anisimova, cello, Thomas Colohan, cond “Young Vilna”
composed by Jessica Krash CD Album (Albany Records 2018) N —first on album; inspired by 1930s group of Jewish Lithuanian writers and artists. text pieced together from Ellen Cassedy's wAre Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust. book inspired by Lith. teens' ?s to author
Katice “Bog daj, bog daj, dober večer (feat. Kresnice iz Adlešičev)”
composed by traditional
from Unblocked: Music of Eastern Europe CD Comp (Ellipsis Arts 1997) —the songs selected are all traditional polyphonic Balkan singing. Resembles old American "shaped note singing" in unison and nasality
Evelyn Glennie, Glennis, Michael Brauer, Oliver Walker, David Motion “first contact”
composed by Evelyn Glennie
from shadow behind the iron sun CD Album (BMG 1999) —glennie, a scottish woman, is the First Lady of Percussion. World performer, many releases, and hearing impaired
Annie Gosfield, George Kentros “Lost Signals and Drifting Satellites”
composed by Annie Gosfield
from Lost Signals & Drifting Satellites CD Album (Tzadik 2004) —Kontros req. Gosfield compose a piece for "Violin and something else". This is violin, satellite noises, electronics, static, computer gen stuff
Toychestra: Lexa Walsh, Angela Coon, Shari Robertson, Corey Weinstein “High Flame”
composed by Lexa Walsh
from The Lab: 20 Year Anniversary CD CD Album (THE LAB 2005) —followed by a few seconds of Amy X Neubur's "Stone" which was a bit heavy metal...
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