Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from March 5, 2012 Options

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Options March 5, 2012: Tenth Symphonies, Part I: Levy, Shostakovich, Rontgen, Mozart, Haydn, Moyzes, Malpiero, Schuman

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Ernst Levy  Symphony No. 10 "Elegie Francais"   Options       0:00:00 ()
Dimitri Shostakovich  Symphony No, 10 in E minor, Op. 93   Options       0:15:15 ()
Julius Rontgen  Symphony No. 10 "Waltz"   Options       0:19:10 ()
          0:55:45 ()
W. A. Mozart  Symphony No. 10 in G Major   Options       0:30:52 ()
Franz Josef Haydn  Symphony No. 10 in D Major (1766)   Options       0:32:48 ()
Alexander Moyzes  Symphony No. 10 (1970)   Options       0:40:29 ()
          0:55:50 ()
Gian Francesco Malpiero  Symphony No. 10"Atropo" (1966)   Options       0:48:10 ()
William Schuman  Symphony No. 10 "American Muse" (1975)   Options Schuman: Symphonies Nos. 7 and 10  Naxos American Classics  Seattle Symphony, directed by Gerhard Schwarz  0:55:40 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/5/12 8:16pm bethany:

So glad to be here tonight. The Woof-Mu Dog's tails are wagging...WE MADE THE GOAL BECAUSE OF YOU!
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:18pm Marmalade Kitty:

Awesome! The cow is too calm today
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:20pm Rynac:

Hmm, what about Beethoven 10, a.k.a. Brahms 1? 8^)
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:20pm 12539:

My tail is wagging too.
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:20pm Robert:

The cow is unconscious from the smoke from the bowstrings in this piece.
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:21pm Robert:

I meant the previous piece. Damn these delays!
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:25pm G:

Shostakovich's 10th was my first really favorite classical piece. I heard it from student-price seats in a London concert hall as part of a high school music theory course, and the next year bought a Melodiya recording of it in Russia when the American School in London sent us on a school trip there...
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:26pm Mitten John:

The Mu's tail is actually swatting flies, but happy, nonetheless.
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:29pm Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

Will we make it too 10 no. 10's in this hour? I think I still have marathon neurosis. ;-) Bethany, it is wonderful celebrating with you!
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:29pm Danne D:

that Shostakovich was cool :)

I give this show a 10 on a scale of 1 to 10 :)
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:34pm tr:

"My hero, Zero" would make this playlist if it was from Schoolhouse Symphony.
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:36pm Van in DC:

Whoa! Wait! There's *classical* music on FMU? Who knew? Much love for this Bethany!!
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:40pm G:

And real, interesting classical music, Van -- not just the "FM Lite Classical Muzak" (focus grouped to within an nich of its life) that you hear on most self-designated classical stations, for a good 20 years now....
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:40pm Minnesota Jeff:

This is niiiiiice stuff, Bethany! This show will become a go-to archive for me now that I have heard it!
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:45pm ranjit:

If you run out of symphonies, you can play this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaBYIqMI2uc
Congratulations on wagging the tails!!
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:47pm Van in DC:

I'd like to make a request or two, but there seems to be a, er, theme of "10" for the show, so I will just kick back and enjoy :)
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:48pm 12539:

Will we get the performers listed in the final playlist?
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:49pm Van in DC:

If I hear the "voice" of the Gibson ex-Huberman I think I'll recognize it and who the performer is :)
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:51pm Marmalade Kitty:

  Mon. 3/5/12 8:53pm Van in DC:

  Mon. 3/5/12 8:56pm G:

1010 (ten in base two)
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:57pm Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

The buoyancy in the DJ's voices at this point is such a resounding pleasure to experience!
  Mon. 3/5/12 8:58pm Van in DC:

Seeing the tail wag on the main page, gotta tell ya, is simply wonderful. Congratulations to WFMU for that! And this was my first year experiencing the marathon.
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Mon. 3/5/12 9:00pm bethany:

That was an hour? Post-marathon bliss and I'm out of breath! So, yes, hang tight and all of the performer/conductor/album info will be added to the playlist. We'll pick up next week with the rest of the Schuman and more 10X10.
  Mon. 3/5/12 9:00pm Van in DC:

@MK - I wish I could stay up every week for Julie's show like you all do. Nice seeing you "live" on a playlist once in a while.
  Mon. 3/5/12 9:01pm Van in DC:

Many thanks Bethany!!
  Mon. 3/5/12 9:03pm john:

Really enjoying the Schuman--I've always liked his orchestral music, and never seem to remember just how much. Happens pretty much every time someone plays him.
  Mon. 3/5/12 9:05pm Nacho:

Thank you for all the hard work during the marathon. I love your show.
  Mon. 3/5/12 9:05pm Nacho:

Thank you for all the hard work during the marathon. I love your show.
  Tue. 3/6/12 12:26am T-Zero:

Excellent! Will be looking forward to next week... Missed the live show and am so thankful for the archive...
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