Austrian composer an sound installation artist Bernhard Gál (born 1971). Three CDs: the first an exploration of spoken sounds in different languages, the second a sound installation in Saratoga Springs in 1999 in collaboration with the Japanese architect Yumi Kori (who was inspired by the temporal aspects of hospital sounds), and the third a series of compositions inspired by the Swiss "outsider" artist Adolf Wölfli (1864-1930).
The creation of huge sonic effects with minute instrumental manipulationsCheck out this short documentary about Eliane Radigue: http://vimeo.com/8983993And our AACM festival starting at midnight ***tonight****
For the first half of the show, we heard mostly Frederic Rzewski (born 1938), American composer and pianist.For the second half of the show, we listened to the music of Lol Coxhill (1932-2012), a British free improvisation saxophonist.
3-4 pm: for the first hour of the show, we welcomed Chris McIntyre and Dave Shively in studio to hear from their latest projects, TILT Brass and UllU. They play in NYC on December 15, more here: http://www.tiltbrass.org/events/131215_ullu_xi/4-6 pm: warm sounds for a dark afternoon...
Interview with Danish composer Simon Løffler. He curated the playlist, bringing together the music he has studied, the music he makes, and the music he admires by his contemporaries. You can find videos of performances, recordings, and scores at http://www.simonloeffler.dk/ -- He encourages you to get in touch with him if you visit Copenhagen!