1. Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile And Stuart Duncan: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert


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    The genre-bending cellist Yo-Yo Ma heads a dream team of string players -- Edgar Meyer, Chris Thile, Stuart Duncan -- who borrow from bluegrass. The quartet, plus singer Aoife O'Donovan perform three songs from their album The Goat Rodeo Sessions at the NPR Music offices. Set List: "Quarter Chicken Dark" "Attaboy" "Here And Heaven" For more videos and to subscribe to the Tiny Desk Concerts podcast, visit NPR.org/tinydeskconcerts.

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    • Yo-Yo Ma Meets Memphis Jook on Skid Row


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      Cellist Yo-Yo Ma visited Inner City Arts, an education program based on Skid Row in Downtown Los Angeles. For a few hours, a strange sort of performance ensemble coalesced: a world-renowned classical cellist and his colleagues backing up the best-known practitioner of Memphis Jook. Don't know what that is? Watch. Jooking by Charles "Lil' Buck" Riley Video by Grant Slater

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      • Cinema Paradiso


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        Chris Botti & Yo-Yo Ma on one hand, Giuseppe Tornatore & Ennio Morricone on the other hand. Two hands, just one magic. For other stories, you are welcome to take five minutes break here: facebook.com/cinciminutedepauza

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        • HOW TO GROW A BAND - Official Theatrical Trailer


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          • The Silk Road Swings: A Field Recording Bonus Track


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            We had so much fun taping cellist Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble's Field Recording, we couldn't stop at just one selection, so we recorded the group's four talented percussionists in a deep groove. They're playing a piece written by Shane Shanahan called Saidi Swing. While it's inspired by a traditional rhythm from Upper Egypt called saidi (which goes "dum tek dum dum tek" in its simplest incarnation, for those of you who want to find its seeds sprinkled through this piece), Shanahan uses that pattern just as a launching point. And with such fantastic collaborators — from left to right, Sandeep Das playing the Indian tabla, Shanahan playing the riq, or tambourine, Mark Suter on daff frame drum and Joseph Gramley playing the goblet-shaped dumbek — Shanahan can really let his imagination take flight. -- ANASTASIA TSIOULCAS Credits Producers: Mito Habe-Evans, Anastasia Tsioulcas; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Saidah Blount, Nathan Fitch, Mito Habe-Evans, Becky Harlan, A.J. Wilhelm; Event Coordinator: Saidah Blount; Special Thanks: ACME Studio; Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann

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            • Yo-Yo Ma Performing at Swift Specialty School in Chicago, IL


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              http://DrTae.org/ Recorded 2013 March 4 Yo-Yo Ma played J.S. Bach's Cello Suite No. 1 in G major, Prelude. Yo-Yo Ma http://www.yo-yoma.com/ Chicago Symphony Orchestra http://cso.org/ George B. Swift Specialty School https://sites.google.com/site/swiftbulldogs/Home

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              • Dudamel + Yo-Yo Ma + The Vienna Philharmonic


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                Dudamel + Yo-Yo Ma + The Vienna Philharmonic @ Carnegie Hall 10.3.10

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                • Charles Riley (aka Lil-Buck), Swan Dance, Intro by Bill Irwin - Silk Road


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                  Lil Buck, Bill Irwin, Yo-Yo Ma, Riza Hequibal Printup on Harp & Orchestra at Summerstage 2011 Directed by Damian Woetzel.

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                  • Get Discovered on Indaba Music


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                    • Indaba Music - Where Musicians Find Opportunities


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