December 2012

December 30: More favorite recordings from 2012 including selections from a new double lp set from Milwaukee bassist Dave Gelting, something new on the Milwaukee label Utech Records, a new recording from Miranda Cuckson and Christopher Burns of music by Luigi Nono, and – in this year-end review – CDs by Evan Parker, Eric Revis (with Jason Moran and Ken Vandrmark), and other surprises.

December 23: Our guest co-host will be John Corbett (Downbeat, the Chicago Reader) for a review of favorite music from 2012.

December 16: Music for komungo and kayagum, two versions of Korean zither, inlcuding performances by Jin Hi Kim and Sang Won Park. Here’s one more performance from Jin Hi Kim on the electric komungo. The accompanying instrument is generally the changgo, heard here as solo percussion.

December 9: Our broaadcast of James Falzone’s concert at Woodland Pattern last Sunday, along with music by the Hear in Now Trio, Frank Rosaly, and Morton Feldman (his opera Neither, in our third hour of the show).

December 2: Jason hosts the show while James Falzone performs for Alternating Currents Live at Woodland Pattern.

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Alternating Currents on WMSE (91.7FM) in Milwaukee every Sunday night from 6 until 9 p.m. is a showcase for music that experiments both with form and sound, in other words, serious creative work from artists who challenge the concepts and shapes of modern music-making. Alternating Currents is about the adventure of sound as it surveys music of 20th and 21st centuries including modern classical music, contemporary open form free jazz, electroacoustic and electronic music, and freely improvised music.
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