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Joseph Celli: My Other Music (MOM)

Original Aired:
Monday, January 23rd, 2017
9:00AM to 10:30AM

1 hour, 30 minutes

Monday, January 23rd, 2017 9:00AM

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Episode: My Other Music: Joseph Celli

 My Other Music (MOM), Joseph Celli, Producer/Host
January 23, 2017 - 

Celebrating the Women's March on Washington

1. Northern Cree: Rocking the Rez
   #1. Toots Skootin’ Boogie, 3:52, Canyon Records

2. Red Luck: Patty Larkin
   #4. All That Innocence, 3:08, Vanguard Records

3. Min Xiao-Fen: Raise Four
   You Tube, Theolonious Monk/Min Xiao Fen, 5:00

4. Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble
   #9. Quarry Lullaby, 2:00
   #10. Shadow Song, 1:57, ECM Records

5. Jin Hi Kim: Saturn’s Moons
   2:56, You Tube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJeWDQa6_ls

6. Emeline Michel: Rasin Kreyol
   #4. Nasyon Soley, 4:36, times Square Records

7. Pauline Oliveros Sanctuary
   #3. Processional, 8:45, Mode Records

8. Cajun Home Music
   #6. La Reel a Fruge, 1:40
   #7. Petit Bonhomme, Un 0:12, Smithsonian Folkway Records

9. Jane Ira Bloom: Some Times the Magic
   #6. Truth In Timbre, 5:27, Arabesque Records

10. Jen Shyu: Jade Tongue
   #3. Mother of Time, 8:22, Pi Records

11. Laurie Anderson: Anthology, Vol II
   #1. Smoke Rings, 7:08, Warner Bros. Records

12. Charlie Haden Family & Friends: Ramblin Boy
   #11. A Voice from On High, 4:16, Decca Records

13.Shelley Hirsch: States
   #1. Burst, 00:48
   #2. War of Dreams, 8:07, Harvest Works Digital Media

14. Ornette Coleman: Sound Grammer
   #2. Sleep Talking, 7:40, Phrase Text Inc.

Show: Joseph Celli: My Other Music (MOM)

 Host Joseph Celli presents a program of music from Japan/Okinawa, Korea, China, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Tibet, Mongolia & elsewhere in Asia. Included with the traditional court, folk & religious music are occasional interviews with Asian musicians, World Premieres, and historical context about the music, musicians & instruments.

Celli said, “Unfortunately, we tend to think of Asia as being homogeneous but it actually has more musical diversity and individuality than most places in the world.” Programs range from the overtone singing of Tuva to the ecstatic Gamelan of Indonesia, and the elegant court music of Korea, Japan & Cambodia. Information about upcoming concerts of Asian music, exhibitions & an occasional undiscovered spicy restaurant are all part of the fun.

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