Momix : Botanica

Pavilion
Friday, September 9, 2011
5:30 PM
Donor Gates Open
6:00 PM
Public Gates Open
9:00 PM
Concert Starts
$45 reserved
$10 lawn

Program

BOTANICA SOUNDTRACK:

  1. Tuu, “Frozen Land” from the album “The Frozen Lands” (Amplexus Records). Composed and performed by Martin Franklin. www.codetrip.net. And BlueTech, “Leaving Babylon” from the album “Prima Materia.” Courtesy of Waveform Records. www.waveformrecords.com.
  2. BlueTech, “Cliff Diving” the album “Prima Materia.” Courtesy of Waveform Records. www.waveformrecords.com.
  3. zer0 0ne, “NaNO” and “braiNwavE” from the album “oz0ne.” Courtesy of Waveform Records. www.waveformrecords.com. And Lang Elliot, “Loons” from Nature Sound Studio.
  4. Lisa Gerrard, “Space Weaver.” Written by Lisa Gerrard and Michael Edwards. Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing Australia. Performed by Lisa Gerrard (P) 2007 Cloverleigh Downs Pty. Ltd.
  5. Delerium, “Amongst the Ruins.” Performed by Delerium. Written by B.Leeb. Published by Cryogenic Songs/ Nettwerkk Music Publishing/ Chrysalis Songs. Sample of “Trance Mission” under license from City of Tribes Communication and A Train Management. (p) and © 2001 Nettwerk Productions.
  6. Transglobal Underground, “This is the Army of Forgotten Souls” from their album, “ Dream of 100 Nations.” Licensed courtesy of Nation Records Ltd – www.nationrecords.co.uk.
  7. Robert Rich, “Elemental Trigger” from the album Stalker (Catalog: HOS/Fathom HS11059) Published by Amoeba Music (BMI) and Brian Williams (BMI). "Elemental Trigger" © 1995 by Robert Rich and Brian Williams.
  8. Vivaldi’s Four Seasons: Primavera as played by Anne-Sofie Muter
  9. Lang Elliot “Winter Wren” from Nature Sound Studio
  10. Suphala, “Destinations” on “The Now”
  11. Eastern Dub Tactick, “Easter Winds” and “Spark of Sound” from the album “Blood is Shining.” Courtesy of Waveform Records. www.waveformrecords.com.
  12. Legion of Green Men, “Zero Equals Infinity” from the album “Spatial Specifics.” Courtesy of Plus 8 Records LTD. z@plus8.com.
  13. Peter Gabriel, “The Heat” Pentagon Lipservices Real World (BMI) for USA & Canada/ Real World Music Ltd. (PRS) ex-USA & Canada. Peter Gabriel appears courtesy of Peter Gabriel Lts., petergabriel.com. Special thanks to Julie Lipsius and Rob Bozas.
  14. Peter Gabriel, “Slow Water” Pentagon Lipservices Real World (BMI) for USA & Canada/ Real World Music Ltd. (PRS) ex-USA & Canada. Peter Gabriel appears courtesy of Peter Gabriel Lts., petergabriel.com. Special thanks to Julie Lipsius and Rob Bozas.
  15. Delerium, “Sphere.” Performed by Delerium. Written by B. Leeb and R. Fulber. Published by Nettwerk Songs Publishing/ Zomba Songs. (p) and © 2001 Nettwerk Productions.
  16. Deva Premal, “Gayatri Mantra” is used in this performace with permission of Prabhu Misoc. © 1998 Prabhu Music. Music composed by Deva Premal and Miten. All rights reserved. www.prabhumusic.net *
  17. Delerium, “Embryo.” Performed by Delerium. Written by B. Leeb and R. Fulber. Published Nettwerk Songs/ Zomba Songs. (p) and © 2001 Nettwerk Productions. And Higher Intelligence Agency “Hubble” from the album “Freefloater.”
  18. A Positive Life, “Aqua Sonic” from the album “Two A.D.” Courtesy of Waveform Records. www.waveformrecords.com.
  19. Lloyd Grotjan, “Apogee” from the album “Twelve Moons”
  20. BlueTech, “Mezzamorphic” from the album “Prima Materia.” Courtesy of Waveform Records. www.waveformrecords.com
  21. Celtic Woman, “The Voice” from the album “A New Journey”
  22. Azam Ali, “Aj Ondas” on Portals of Grace
  23. Brent Lewis, “Mr. Mahalo Head” written and performed by Brent Lewis ASCAP. www.brentlewis.com


*Aqua Flora sponsored in part by Brandon Fradd in honor of Dancers Responding to Aids

About The Artist

In its “Transformer”-like performance of visual illusions and physical mutation, Momix continues a tradition of theatrical dance dating back to the late 19th century and continuing in the 20th with such ensembles as Mummenschanz and Pilobolus. (Moses Pendleton, a founding member of Pilobolus, formed Momix in 1981.) Based on the unfolding of the seasons, their show Botanica embodies Maurice Maeterlinck’s famous description of a flower that “strains its whole being in one single plan: to escape above the ground from the fatality below . . . to enter a moving, animated world.” It’s a magical world you’ll want to join!

Program Notes

Pendleton: Botanica