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The Sound Barrier for Sunday, 24 June 2018

The Sound Barrier : Program Audio for Sunday 24 June 2018

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The Sound Barrier : Playlist for Sunday, 24 June 2018

A trombone and some percussion wander into a Japanese garden

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

As usual, the playlist tonight lists the composer first and then the name of the piece (and the year it was composed), followed by the performers. The name of the album and its label are next and then finally the duration.

Dai Fujikura | I Dreamed on Singing Flowers (2012) | Dai Fujikura (electronics) | Ice | Kairos | 4:21

Benjamin Anderson and Hamish Upton of Ossicle Duo talk about their upcoming concert In a Japanese Garden (part one)

Kaija Saariaho | Six Japanese Gardens (1993-1995) | Florent Jodelet (percussion) | Private Gardens/Prisma | Montaigne | 18:52

  1. Tenju-an Garden of Nanzen-Ji Temple | 3:41
  2. Many Pleasures (Garden of the Kinkaku-Ji) | 1:27
  3. Dry Mountain Stream (Tenryu-Ji) | 3:20
  4. Rock Garden of Ryoan-Ji | 3:48
  5. Moss Garden of the Saiho | 2:52
  6. Stone Bridges (Daisen-In) | 3:28

Benjamin Anderson and Hamish Upton of Ossicle Duo talk about their upcoming concert In a Japanese Garden (part two)

John Cage | Ryoanji (1983-1985) | Robert Black (double bass); Eberhard Blum (flute); Gudrun Reschke (oboe); Iven Hausmann (trombone); John Patrick Thomas (voice); Jan Williams (percussion) | Ryoanji | hat[now]ART | 1:00:30

You can check out the blog if you would like to read a little more about the music and ideas presented in tonight's show.

 

 

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