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Track Listing:

1
Moose & Thile: Minuet
2
O'Halloran: Minim
3
Doi Todd: Jardim do Amor
4
Worden: Time Drinks Three Shots
5
DeJong: Number Man
6
Bogie & McMurry: The Watchmaker
7
Barwick: Very Own
8
Axelrod & O'Halloran: Minum
9
Moose & Thile: Courante
10
Ferguson: Arioso
11
Hope: Air
12
Carter & Bartz: Cello Suite #1
13
Britt: Ave Maria
14
Ommas: Concerto in G
15
Tristano & Craig: Ludepre
16
Mills + Kronos: Contrupunctus II
17
Sigurdsson: I Call to You
18
Richter: Contrupunctus I
19
Nooton: Weinen, Klagen, Zorgen, Zagen
20
Moose & Thile: Sarabande
21
Bischoff: Puffinsmilk
22
Wremble: Preludio XII
23
amiina: Passacaglia
24
Prefuse 73: Paul Jacobs Variations
25
Freidman: Ricercar a 11
26
De Clive Lowe: Gavotte
27
Quartet: Contrupunctus II
28
Carpenter: Violin Partita no.3
29
Kahane: Dear Goldberg

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Red Hot + Bach


Red Hot + Bach charts a new pathway into the musical universe of Johann Sebastian Bach. 

Through the collaboration of performers, producers, DJs and artists from around the world and across the spectrum of contemporary music, different facets of Bach's centuries-old masterpieces are transformed with fresh energy and modern virtuosity that know no limits. Red Hot + Bach is available everywhere June 17, 2014, from Sony Music Masterworks.

The creators of Red Hot + Bach embrace Bach as a living artistic force, as real and as vital today as he was when he lived (1685-1750). They range across nineteen freely imagined tracks from mandolin virtuoso Chris Thile (Nickel Creek, The Punch Brothers), singer/songwriters Gabriel Kahane and Shara Worden (My Brightest Diamond), jazz legend Ron Carter, DJ/producer King Britt and the Icelandic band amiina, to imaginative classical artists such as the Kronos Quartet, composer Max Richter, violinist Daniel Hope and organ virtuoso Cameron Carpenter. 

Red Hot, a not-for-profit production company, has been shaking up great music in just this way for twenty-five years, in projects that celebrated the music of geniuses as diverse as Anthony Carlos Jobim (Red Hot + Rio), Cole Porter (Red Hot + Blue), a meeting of jazz and hip-hop artists (Red Hot + Cool), Duke Ellington (Red Hot + Indigo), and Fela Kuti (Red Hot + Riot).The work of Red Hot continues to serve a social purpose – raising awareness and money in the ongoing fight to stop AIDS. For more information please visit www.redhot.org.

Red Hot + Bach is being released simultaneously with a special expanded digital edition featuring ten additional tracks, and an iPad app designed to open your eyes and ears, and lead you to discover new ways to interact with the timeless energy and beauty of Bach's music.