Thursday, August 27th, 2015-Echoes Program 1534D

Wu Man plays the Pipa, a Chinese lute known for its light, pastoral sound. But Wu Man plays it with a different kind of energy and she’s often found playing new music, collaborating with explorers such as the Kronos Quartet on a composition by Terry Riley. She recently released an album of children’s songs, Our World in Song with Hawaiian guitarist Daniel Ho and percussionist Luis Conte, that transforms familiar melodies from around the world into something deeper and richer. We caught up with her at the Big Ears Festival this past March where she talked about her remarkable life from the cultural revolution to music revolution.

 


Thursday, August 27th
Echoes Program 1534D

Start Time

Group Name

Song Name

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00 
Songs of Water 
Ghost 
0:06:00 
Oofj 
Don’t Look 
0:10:14 
Digitonal 
It Doesn’t Matter 
0:14:36 
Mary Kathryn 
Into the Heavens 
0:20:20 
Al Di Meola 
Stephanie 
0:29:00 
break 

Second Half Hour

0:30:00 
An interview with Wu Man 
0:38:31 
break 
0:39:01 
Wu Man 
Arirang 
0:42:04 
Fernwood 
The Pan Chaser 
0:46:50 
Patrick Watson 
Bollywood 
0:52:52 
Jeff Oster 
Ibiza Sunrise 
0:59:00 
break 

Third Half Hour

0:01:00 
Aphex Twin 
Original Chaos Riff 
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0:06:00 
Holly Miranda 
Pelican Rapids 
0:08:22 
Rone 
Acid Reflux (featuring Toshinori Kondo) 
0:12:09 
Django Django 
Found You 
0:16:44 
Silencio 
She’s Bad 
0:21:09 
Richard Bone 
Eight Sufis Swinging 
0:29:00 
break 

Fourth Half Hour

0:30:00 
Jamie XX 
Loud Places 
0:34:34 
Steven Halpern 
Thigh Chi (with Paul Horn/Marc Van Wageningen/George Marsh) 
0:39:45 
Gacha 
Waterfall 
0:45:59 
break 
0:46:44 
Kristin Hoffmann 
Let Go 
0:50:59 
Ascendant 
Outlets of the Sky 


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