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Friday, January 3, 2014

Music From The Show

  • Kodomo, “Concept 16″
  • Elvis Costello, “Cinco Minutos Con Vos”
  • Evan Arch, “Embers”
  • Real Estate, “It’s Real”
  • Rogue Wave, “Lake Michigan”
  • Beach House, “Myth”
  • Phoenix, “Bankrupt”
  • Stanley Hiller, “Untitled”
  • Beastie Boys, “Brass Monkey”
  • C.S.S., “Alala”
  • These New Puritans, “Organ Eternal”
  • The Virgins, “Wheel of Fortune”
  • Teen Daze, “Autumnal”
  • The Obits, “Two-Headed Coin”
  • Page McConnell, “Heavy Rotation”
  • Notting Hillbillies, “Your Own Sweet Way”
  • Pinback, “Fortress”
  • The Wee Trio, “Flint”
  • Thelonious Monk, “Bright Mississippi”

Music From Composer Caroline Shaw Nominated For Grammy

  • J.S. Bach, “Violin Concerto in A Minor” performed by Caroline Shaw
  • Caroline Shaw and Sol LeWitt, “Paritia for 8 Voice I: Allemande” performed by Roomful of Teeth
  • Caroline Shaw and Sol LeWitt, “ll: Sarabande” performed by Roomful of Teeth
  • Caroline Shaw and Sol LeWitt, “III: Courante” performed by Roomful of Teeth
  • Caroline Shaw and Sol LeWitt, “IV Passacaglia” performed by Roomful of Teeth

 


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