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Travels through space, time and sound with David Evans and François Bayle

The Sound Barrier : Playlist for Sunday 19 March 2017

Artist | Track/Song Name | Album Title | Label/Distributor | Comments

This week's show features two works. In each case, the composer is listed first, and they are also the performer. The name of the piece follows their name, and then the details of the recording follow that, along with the total duration of the piece. The individual movements, and their durations, is then listed below this.

David Evans | Suddenly Woken by the Sound of Stillness (2017) | Flaming Pines | 41:42

  1. Beijing to Ulaanbaatar | 10:45
  2. Ulaanbaatar to Irkutsk | 10:25
  3. Irkutsk to Moscow | 20:32

(including interview with David Evans, talking about Suddenly Woken by the Sound of Stillness)

François Bayle | La forme du temp est un cercle (1999-2001) | François Bayle: 50 Ans d'Acousmatique | ina-GRM Editions | 55:52

  1. Concrescence | 12:30
  2. Si loin, si proche | 13:36
  3. Tempi | 7:25
  4. Allures | 9:06
  5. Cercles | 13:15

Remember to check out the blog to read more about tonight's music and the ideas explored throughout the show!