Andy thanks for passing this along. Got this now streaming in my background and enjoying the range a great deal. Stockhausen was amazing considering. I haven't heard bbc since I was in England driving twoards Scotland in the late 80's saddly havne't been back since. Max's program reminds me of a NPR music program and host in LA called Selected Eclectic or something of that nature that I love to catch when I'm out there. Anyhow I'll remember to check bbc more often.
On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 11:27 AM, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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includes Stockhausen's "Gesange der Junglinge" from 1958.
an electroacoustic work based on voice.
Of course, now it's possible to "do it with Max" in an instant, but back then this
was months and months of work.
It might be tempting to ask how far experimental music has moved on in 50 years ?
Actually, there's a lot of good stuff on this particular program,
some world music untouched by Western influence,
and a Ligeti piano piece.
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