Gillian Welch en Turn Me Loose on Now Is the Time <p>There&#39;s the unlikeliest motion on <strong>Now Is the Time, Sunday, October 6th at 10 pm</strong>. Kristjan Järvi conducts a live, rip-snortin&#39; <em>Roadrunner</em>, a movement from the Chamber Symphony of John Adams. Singer-songwriter Gillian Welch&#39;s dark-edged Americana is on beautiful display in <em>My Morphine</em>, especially in this atomized arrangement by William Anderson of the Anderson-Fader guitar duo.<br /><br />That leads nicely into the saxophone-and-piano <em>Sleep Without Dreams</em>, a lyrical work of Michael Jon Fink, and Dmitri Tymoczko&#39;s early string quartet <em>This Picture Seems to Move</em>. Andy Teirstein somehow combines into a piano trio Old West saloonery and the ecstatic mysticism of the dancing Rebbe, Baal Shem Tov, in <em>Turn Me Loose</em>.<br /><br />Finally, for solo piano, is Terry Riley&#39;s answer to Sarah Cahill&#39;s request for music about either war or peace. He was &quot;noodling around&quot; on the piano one night, and his grandchildren asked him to keep playing this one bit. He did; it became <em>Be Kind to One Another (Rag)</em>.<br /> Sun, 06 Oct 2013 21:03:56 +0000 Kile Smith 6540 at Turn Me Loose on Now Is the Time