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Evan Ziporyn: Gamelan Galak Tika

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Amok!: I
Artist: Robert Black
6:22
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Amok!: II.
Artist: Robert Black
5:20
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Amok!: III.
Artist: Robert Black
3:30
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Amok!: IV.
Artist: Robert Black
5:17
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Amok!: V.
Artist: Robert Black
4:15
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Amok!: VI.
Artist: Robert Black
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Tire Fire: I.
Artist: Eric Byers
4:17
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Tire Fire: II.
Artist: Eric Byers
5:01
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Tire Fire: III.
Artist: Eric Byers
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Tire Fire: IV.
Artist: Eric Byers
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Tire Fire: V.
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Blending Western composition and instrumentation with the sounds of Indonesian gamelan music
2000 | Label: New World Records / The Orchard

Ziporyn is one of the central Downtown figures, the de facto leader of the best-known band on the scene, the Bang on a Can All-Stars. But he is also a fine composer, and has been especially adept at blending Western composition and instrumentation with the sounds of Indonesian gamelan music. Gamelan Galak Tika has all the metal instruments of a court gamelan, but takes a more global approach by including saxes, electric guitar and other… read more »

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“Amok!” and “Tire Fire” are two exploratory pieces composed by Bang on a Can participant Evan Ziporyn. Traditional Balinese music and hand made acoustic instruments tangle with electric guitars and samplers. Listeners with open ears and a penchant for the diverse will find this New World release stimulating and challenging. – Al Campbell