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A balance of hardcore avant garde and atmospheric soundscapes, up-to-the-minute contemporary, early 20th Century and a touch of art pop.

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Friday 24 March 2017

This week on Sound Lounge:

Releasing the Angel, a NZ concerto inspired by Michelangelo: Finno-Hungarian jewels from Szekely, Ligeti and  his great Finnish acolyte Erkki Salmanhaara; and in NMD Ryan is playing a fabulous new take on early Japanese synth music by the Portland Duo, Visible Cloaks.

9:00

DE CASTRO-ROBINSON: Releasing the Angel
David Chickering (cello), New Zealand SO, Kenneth Young
Atoll ACD 141

[gorgeous cover art!]

Eve de Castro-Robinson - Releasing the Angel

Eve de Castro-Robinson - Releasing the Angel Photo: album cover art

SZEKELY: String Quartet
New Zealand String Quartet
Atoll ACD 703

LIGETI: Six Bagatelles for Wind Quintet
Jacques Zoon (fl), Douglas Boyd (ob), Richard Hosford (cl), James Sommerville (hn), Matthew Wilkie (bsn)
DG 477 6443

10:00

György Ligeti

György Ligeti Photo: Creative Commons

LIGETI: Clocks and Clouds
Asko Ensemble/Reinbert de Leeuw
Teldec Classics 8573 87631

ERKKI SALMENHAARA: Cello Sonata No 2
Laura Bucht (cello), Jouni Somero (pno)
FINNCONCERT FCRCD 9727

VLADISLAV DELAY: I Saw A Polysexual; Lumi
Sasu Ripatti (electronics)
Huume 13

 

11:00 New Music Dreams

Visible Cloaks - Reassemblage.

Visible Cloaks - Reassemblage. Photo: album cover art

VISIBLE CLOAKS: Reassemblage
Spencer Doran and Ryan Carlile (electronics)
Rvng Intl. RVNGNL 37