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New Sounds Program #51 : Unusual folksong arrangements.

Title
New Sounds [sound recording] : Program #51 : Unusual folksong arrangements.
Publication
1987.

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Additional Authors
  • Schaefer, John
  • Winter, Paul
  • Papas, Irene
  • Kenis, Vincent
  • Stivell, Alan
  • Garbarek, Jan, 1947-
  • Silverstein, Steven
  • Vangelis
  • Hollander, Marc
  • Wuyts, Frank
  • Firth, Fred
  • Van Hecke, Denis
  • Hassold, Yann-Jakez
  • Derrien, Herve
  • Berckmans, Michel
  • Bellino, Thomas J.
  • Abercrombie, John, 1944-
  • Vasconcelos, Nana
  • Paul Winter Consort, performer.
  • Aksak Maboul (Musical group), performer.
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.), donor. NN-RHA
Description
1 sound disc (ca. 62 min.) : digital, stereo.; 4 3/4 in.
Summary
John Schaefer presents a second show of unusual folk song arrangements, featuring music from Scotland, Greece, Italy, France (Breton) and Sweden [i.e. Norway], and an excerpt of "Native American" ritual flute music with synthesizer.
Uniform Title
New Sounds (Radio program)
Alternative Title
  • Unusual folksong arrangements
  • Dance of the silkies.
  • Neranzoula.
  • Fleuve.
  • Viaggi formano la gioventù.
  • Try marra.
  • Star gods of the Ancient Americas, part 1.
  • Soria Maria.
  • Lillekort.
Subjects
Note
  • Compact disc.
  • WNYC inventory no.: WNYC-NSDS-1987-03-09; Catalog: 32972.
Event (note)
  • Broadcast by WNYC, New York, N. Y. on Mar. 9, 1987 [date on container]; actual recording date in Dec. [1989] (?)
Source (note)
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) ;
Language (note)
  • Spoken in English, sung in Greek, Italian and Cornish.
Contents
[No audio] (0:08) -- Dance of the silkies (6:13) (from the 1980 2-LP set Callings) / Trad. Scottish song, arr. by P. Winter ; Opening remarks (0:35) (John Schaefer, host) -- Commentary (1:49) (John Schaefer, host) -- Neranzoula = The little orange tree (4:15) ; Le fleuve = The river (6:40) (from the 1979 album Odes) / Trad. Greek folk songs, arr. by I. Papas -- Commentary ; Quick concert notes (3:19) (John Schaefer, host) -- I viaggi formano la gioventù = Traveling forms youth (4:30) (from the 1979 album Un peu de l'âme des bandits) / Trad. Italian folk song arr. into style of Middle Eastern Turkish music by V. Kenis and Aksak Maboul -- An try marra = The three knights (6:30) (from the 1978 album Journeé à la maison) / trad. Betron-Cornish song, arr. by A. Stivell -- Commentary (1:33) (John Schaefer, host) -- Star gods of the Ancient Americas, part 1 (12:25) (excerpt from a 1983 soundtrack for a museum exhibit (Museum of the American Indian), not commercially available) / T. J. Bellino -- Commentary (2:01) (John Schaefer, host) -- Soria Maria (5:27) (from the 1981 jazz album Eventyr) / Trad. Norwegian folk music, arr. by J. Garbarek ; Closing remarks (1:08) (John Schaefer, host) -- [Excerpt] Lilljekort [i.e. Lillekort] (2:18) (from the 1981 jazz album Eventyr) / Trad. Norwegian folk music, arr. by J. Garbarek -- [No audio] (0:04)
Call Number
*LDC 51845
OCLC
772089180
Title
New Sounds [sound recording] : Program #51 : Unusual folksong arrangements.
Imprint
1987.
Playing Time
000111 010041
Performer
1st work: Paul Winter, soprano saxophone ; Steven Silverstein, kaval ; Paul Winter Consort. 2nd-3rd works: Irene Papas, vocals ; Vangelis, synthesizer. 4th work: Aqsak Maboul [i.e. Aksak Maboul]: Marc Hollander, dumbek, organ, soprano saxophone and tape ; Frank Wuyts, piano and Oberheim synthesizer ; Fred Firth, guitar ; Denis Van Hecke, vocalise, violoncello and electric violoncello ; Michel Berckmans, oboe. 5th work: Alan Stivell, Celtic harp and vocals ; Yann-Jakez Hassold, vocals ; Herve Derrien, violoncello. 6th work: Thomas J. Bellino, synthesizer, wooden and ceramic Native American flutes and percussion. 7th-8th works: Jan Garbarek, soprano saxophone ; John Abercrombie, electric guitar ; Nana Vasconcelos, percussion. John Schaefer, host.
Event
Broadcast by WNYC, New York, N. Y. on Mar. 9, 1987 [date on container]; actual recording date in Dec. [1989] (?)
Language
Spoken in English, sung in Greek, Italian and Cornish.
Local Note
Audio tone (1:11) on track 1 only.
Source
Gift; WNYC (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) ; 2007.
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Added Author
Schaefer, John, host.
Winter, Paul, arranger of music.
Papas, Irene, arranger of music.
Kenis, Vincent, arranger of music.
Stivell, Alan, arranger of music.
Garbarek, Jan, 1947- arranger of music.
Winter, Paul, performer.
Silverstein, Steven, performer.
Papas, Irene, performer.
Vangelis, performer.
Hollander, Marc, performer.
Wuyts, Frank, performer.
Firth, Fred, performer.
Van Hecke, Denis, performer.
Stivell, Alan, performer.
Hassold, Yann-Jakez, performer.
Derrien, Herve, performer.
Berckmans, Michel, performer.
Bellino, Thomas J., performer.
Garbarek, Jan, 1947- performer.
Abercrombie, John, 1944- performer.
Vasconcelos, Nana, performer.
Bellino, Thomas J. Star gods of the Ancient Americas. Selections.
Paul Winter Consort, performer.
Aksak Maboul (Musical group), performer.
WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)
WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.), donor. NN-RHA
Added Title
Dance of the silkies.
Neranzoula.
Fleuve.
Viaggi formano la gioventù.
Try marra.
Star gods of the Ancient Americas, part 1.
Soria Maria.
Lillekort.
Research Call Number
*LDC 51845
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