KUSF In Exile 02.15.12 9-Midnight Mein 20th Century DJ Scott

Mein Twentieth Century explores the far corners of composed sound from its early classical history to its modern experimental antecedents. Antique music, Serialism, Musique Concrete, Early Electronics, Minimalism, Sound Art, New Music, Drone, Independent as well as Non-Western and Outsider sensibilities are brought together in an enriching audio experience

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First hour:
Egisti Maachi – Voix
Vida Chenoweth – Lorraine Goodrich: Octave Etude in D minor
Andre Jolivet – Arioso Barocco
Charles Chayne – Pavillion of Sadness
Tangerine Dream – Healing
Jaron Lanier – Khaan Violin Duo
Horseback – The Golden Horn
Tomita - Clair De Lune
David Hykes & The Harmonic Choir – Current Circulation Part 5
Aero-Mic’d – 5 Short Holidays (beginning)
Iasos – Formentera Sunset Clouds
Sam Spence – Moog Shot 28
Aero-Mic’d - 5 Short Holidays (ending)

Second Hour:
Julius Eastman – Gay Guerrilla Part 1
Henry Flynt – Celestial Power (excerpt)
Taj Mahal Travellers – August 1974 (part 2 or 4)
William Basinski – The River
The Caretaker - Everything Is On the Point of Decline from Patience (After Sebald)
Bernard Herrmann – Journey To The Center of The Earth
Alan Hovhaness – Island of The Mysterious Bells

Third Hour:
Edgar Froese – Aqua
Arthur Russell – Sketch For The Face of Helen
Jean Sibelius – Swan of Tuonela
Antony Rolle - Nicolai Medtner: Fairy Tale Op. 26
Philip Glass – In The Upper Room (part 3)
Bohuslav Martinu - Spalicek (Scene 1: Play at the Doll)
Peter Broderick – A Path To Recovery
Tonto’s Expanding Head Band – Riversong
Fripp & Eno – Heavenly Music Corporation
Mort Garson – Solomon’s Ring

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