#12 Electric Guitar

The electric guitar and classical music may seem like strange bedfellows, but almost as soon as the instrument was invented, composers devised ways to take advantage of its sonic possibilities.

Hosted by Seth Boustead
Produced by Jesse McQuarters

Bob Dylan: Maggie’s Farm
Charlie Christian: Solo Flight (excerpt)
Leonard Bernstein: Simple Song from Mass
Donald Erb: Trio for Violin, Electric Guitar and Cello (excerpt)
Morton Feldman: Straits of Magellan
George Crumb: La Guitarra from Songs, Dances and Refrains of Death
Elliott Sharp: Vicious Cycle for electric guitar, electric bass & percussion
Steve Reich: Electric Counterpoint, III
Steve Mackey: San Francisco
Mark Anthony Turnage: Shout from. Blood on the Floor
Daniel Lippel: Scaffold

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