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Max Reinhardt

Max Reinhardt's varied selection includes Arseny Avraamov's Symphony of Sirens, Milton Babbitt's Composition for Synthesizer and Egisto Macchi's Violenza Meccanica.

Tune your devices to the first programme of the week, in which Max Reinhardt faces the music of machines, most notably Arseny Avraamov's Symphony of Sirens, Milton Babbitt's Composition for Synthesizer, and Egisto Macchi's Violenza Meccanica. Other artists emanating from your radio include Fire-Toolz, Dirty Projectors, and Klaus Dinger.

Produced by Jack Howson for Reduced Listening.

1 hour, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Yasmine Hamdan

    Cafe

    • Al Jamilat.
    • Crammed Discs.
  • Milton Babbitt

    Composition for Synthesizer

    • Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center.
    • Columbia Masterworks.
  • Johnny Cash

    Custer

    • Bitter Tears - Johnny Cash Sings Ballads Of The American Indian.
    • Columbia Records.
  • Dirty Projectors

    Ascent Through Clouds

    • Dirty Projectors.
    • Domino.
  • Mahmoud Guinia

    La Allah Dayim Moulenah (feat. Pharoah Sanders)

    • The Trance of Seven Colors.
    • Axiom.
  • Arseny Avraamov

    Symphony Of Sirens

    Performer: Leopoldo Amigo. Performer: Miguel de Molina.
    • Baku: Symphony Of Sirens. (Sound Experiments In The Russian Avant Garde).
    • ReR Megacorp.
  • Fire-Toolz

    Busy Beaver Lunch Break

    • Drip Mental.
    • Hausu Mountain.
  • Sophia Loizou

    Silver Nemesis

    • Singulacra.
    • Kathexis.
  • Klaus Dinger & Pre-Japandorf

    THANK YOU ALL!

    • 2000!.
  • Egisto Macchi

    Violenza Meccanica

    • Violenza.
    • Ayna.
  • Kathryn Williams & Anthony Kerr

    The Man I Love

    • Resonator.
    • One Little Indian.

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