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Hear and Now


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London Sinfonietta and Warp Records From the Ether Festival last month at London's South Bank, the London
Sinfonietta is conducted by Stefan Asbury in 20th-century avant-garde music by Cage, Nancarrow, Ligeti, Ives and Stockhausen, and new music by Warp Records artists
Squarepusher, Boards of Canada and Aphex Twin. And Mira Calix performs a new version of her piece Nunu, made from recordings of insect noises. With Rolf Hind (prepared piano), Simon Haram (saxophone) and Sound Intermedia (electronics).
Plus another visit to the Cut and Splice festival at London's ICA. Robert Worby introduces music from the British sound-sculptor Janek Schaeffer ; Oval and Eriko Toyoda ; and Quartet Electronische's new realisation of John Cage 's Cartridge Music.


Conducted By: Stefan Asbury
Music By: Warp Records
Music By: Mira Calix
Unknown: Rolf Hind
Piano: Simon Haram
Introduces: Robert Worby
Unknown: Janek Schaeffer
Unknown: Eriko Toyoda
Unknown: John Cage

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