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Ivan Hewett presents performances from the 2010 Canterbury Sounds New festival. He talks to event director Paul Max Edlin and introduces music by Xenakis, Cage and Boulez.

Ivan Hewett presents the second of two programmes from the Canterbury Sounds New Festival and talks to festival director Paul Max Edlin. Including one of the great percussion works of the 20th century, Xenakis's Pleiades, and music from the 1940s by Cage and Boulez.

Iannis Xenakis: Okho for 3 Djémbe Players
Julian Warburton, Simon Limbrick, Adrian Spillett (djémbes)

John Cage: Amores
Simon Limbrick, Adrian Spillett, Sophie Hastings (percussion)
Julian Warburton (prepared piano & conductor)

Pierre Boulez: Sonatine
Sophie Cherrier (flute)
Dimitri Vassilakis (piano)

Iannis Xenakis: Pleiades
Richard Benjafield, Sophie Hastings, Simon Limbrick,
Mark Norman, Adrian Spillett, Scott Wilson (percussion)
Julian Warburton (conductor).

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Sat 26 Jun 2010 22:30

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