Monday, September 12th, 2016-Echoes Program 1637A

Superhuman cellist Martin Tillman Talks to Echoes.

For many years, Swiss born musician Martin Tillman was the first call cellist for Hollywood film scores, especially if they wanted sounds that went beyond cello.  On his own, Tillman has created chamber music world and electronica world fusion.  He’s just released a new album called Superhuman that continues his musical evolution, creating an electro-acoustic orchestra where there is lots of cello, but rarely something that sounds like cello. Tillman talks about the album and his wife Eva, whose struggles with multiple sclerosis inspired much of the album.

Monday, September 12th
Echoes Program 1637A

 

Start Time

 

Group Name

 

Song Name

 

Album Name

First Half Hour

0:01:00
Sonomad
Beautiful People (featuring January Thompson)
0:06:00
Massive Attack
The Spoils (with Hope Sandoval)
0:11:07
STS9
The Universe Inside
0:15:33
Symbion Project
Such Letting Go Is Love (feat. Geoffrey Kick)
0:19:46
Soren Juul
Greenpoint
0:23:11
Edamame
Ochre
0:29:00
break-David Arkenstone
Tunnels (excerpt)

Second Half Hour

0:30:00

Interview: Martin Tillman

 

0:39:30
break


0:40:00
Martin Tillman
Notes Towards the Universe
0:46:00
Frankie Rose
The Depths
0:49:18
Nicholas Gunn
Passion
0:53:27
Hermit’s Victory
Money in the Evenings
0:59:00
break-Cliff Martinez
Pretend It’s a Video Game (excerpt)

Third Half Hour

1:01:00
Todd Boston
Under the Orion Sky
1:06:00
David Arkenstone
Fire Fairy Dance
1:10:27
Ceredwen
Teyrnas Y Ser
1:15:50
Saul Stokes
Torch (edit)
1:22:33
Skye & Ross
Light of Gold
1:29:30
break-Paul Pimsler
Ether (excerpt)
Music

Fourth Half Hour

1:30:00
Andrew Keoghan
Running
1:32:37
Solar Fields
Sol
1:38:39
Flock of Dimes
Apparition
1:44:08
break


1:44:53
The Synergy
Hello
1:48:41
Lonely the Brave
Wait in the Car
1:52:19
András Schiff
Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C (Ulrich Schnauss Rework)

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