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This DVD contains two films--Brian Eno's Music for Airports, performed in an arrangement by Bang on a Can Ail-Stars, and In the, Ocean, a documentary on the founders of Bang on a Can musical festival, featuring Michael Gordon, David Lang and Julia Wolfe.
In Frank Scheffer's film, Music for Airports is performed in a "live" instrumental version arranged by the experimental music group Bang on a Can All-Stars.
Combined with Bang on a Can's arrangements of Eno's music, Scheffer has captured this ambience well through his out-of-focus filming style.
The second film on this DVD, In the Ocean, tells the story of Bang on a Can within the larger context of the New York and American music scene.
Interviews with Steve Reich, Philip Glass, and others who influenced Bang on a Can, as well as Bang on a Can musicians are included throughout.
Towards the end of the film, the focus goes back to Bang on a Can's arrangement of Brian Eno's Music for Airports, where Eno openly appreciates the work Bang on a Can brought to his music.
Rimasto Orfano, which Emio Greco/PC will dance in most of the tour cities, is set to a composition by Bang on a Can's Michael Gordon.