Podcast: Jeffrey Zeigler

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This week, an interview with stellar cellist Jeffrey Zeigler, a man equally at home on the East and West coasts, not to mention Fresno, California, where Guy first met him. In this episode of American Highways, pianist Guy Livingston brings us music that has inspired Zeigler, as well as tracks from his new solo CD, ‘Something of Life’.

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AMERICAN HIGHWAYS #36: JEFFREY ZEIGLER, CELLIST

Theme Music :
Steve Reich. The Desert Music (1984)
First Movement (Fast).
Chorus of the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Members of the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Michael Tilson Thomas & William Carlos Williams.
Nonesuch Records 79101.

Philip Glass
String Quartet No. 3 (“Mishima”)
Kronos Quartet
Nonesuch 7559-79356-2

Paula Prestini
Listen, Quiet (14:21) with Jason Treuting, percussion
Jeffrey Zeigler, cellist
Innova (ACF) 2014 2

Felipe Perez Santiago
Glaub
(10:23) with Felipe Perez Santiago, electric guitar
Jeffrey Zeigler, cellist
Innova (ACF) 2014 2

John Zorn
N.Y. Flat Top Box
Zorn Ensemble
Nonesuch 9 79238-1

John Zorn
Babel – “The Confusion of Tongues”
Jeffrey Zeigler, cellist
Innova (ACF) 2014 2

John Corigliano
String Quartet #1, “Farewell”
Corigliano Quartet
NAXOS 8.559180

Gity Razaz
Shadow Lines
Jeffrey Zeigler, cellist
Innova (ACF) 2014

LINKS for JEFFREY

Something of Life – on iTunes
www.amazon.com
www.jzcello.com
www.innova.mu

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