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Options April 2, 2012: Deserts and Tone Roads: Cowell, Reich, Kodály, Albeniz, Finney, Auric, Dallapiccola, Satie, Bartók, Ives and the Bulgarian Women's Choir

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Luigi Dallapiccola  Contrapunctus Primus   Options Musica da Camera: Dallapiccola / Petrassi  Mode  Ensemble Dissonanzen  0:00:00 ()
Erik Satie  Trois Morceaux en Forme De Poire   Options Satie: Piano 4 Hands  Disques Pierre Verany  Phillipe Corre and Edouard Exerjian, piano  0:02:04 ()
Béla Bartók  Suite Op. 14, III Scherzo   Options Bartók: Piano Sonata / Suite / Sketches  Naxos  Jeno Jando, piano  0:06:50 ()
Charles Ives  Tone Roads No. 1   Options Ives: Symphony No. 2 / The Unanswered Question  Sony  New York Philharmonic, directed by Leonard Bernstein  0:09:15 ()
          0:17:21 ()
Henry Cowell  Ancient Desert Drone (1940)   Options Four American Landscapes  Naxos Classical Archives  Janssen Symphony Orchestra of Los Angeles, Werner Janssen conducting  0:18:11 ()
Zoltán Kodály   Cigánysirató (Gypsy Lament) (1928)   Options Kodály: Twentieth Century Masterpieces  EMI  Kodály Girls Choir directed by Ilona Andor  0:21:38 ()
Bulgarian State Radio and TV Female Vocal Choir  Erghan Diado   Options Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares  Nonesuch    0:23:41 ()
Steve Reich  The Desert Music   Options The Desert Music  Nonesuch  Text by William Carlos Williams. Performed by Members of the Brooklyn Philharmonic and Chorus, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas  0:26:49 ()
          0:46:19 ()
Isaac Albeniz  Asturias   Options Piano Express - From Bach to Satie  kha.it  Mario Sollazzo - piano  0:47:05 ()
Ross Lee Finney  Piano Trio,III. Allegro giocando (1954)   Options Ross Lee Finney/ William Bolcom: Chamber & Solo Music  CRI  Charles Avasharian - violin, Jerome Jelinek - cello, Joseph Gurt, piano  0:52:59 ()
Georges Auric  Imaginées III for clarinet and piano (1971)   Options Auric...Poulenc: Le Groupe des Six  Arion  Philippe Bernold, clarinet; Christian Ivaldi, piano  0:56:10 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 4/2/12 8:06pm Marmalade kitty:

Hi Bethany! I love Erik Satie
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:16pm vanya:

hey it`s like at school! PEN PAL! iight with those head-blowing mixes and hi from moscow!
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:20pm vanya:

ok, just listening
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:23pm Marmalade kitty:

Hi Vanya :)
Avatar Mon. 4/2/12 8:25pm J4ff:

I've been gone for a couple of weeks, and now I feel like I'm back...thank you A440, thank you WFMU
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:25pm maestroso:

Such beautiful music. Love this show, Bethany!
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:28pm vanya:

hi kitty! i love this bulgarian female sound! oh ewahat`s THAT? JAZZY?!!
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:32pm Irwin:

Totally diggin' the Reich piece, Beffany.
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:33pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Bethany and all the listeners.
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:40pm Ike:

Yeah that Reich piece was great.
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:43pm Richard from Venezuela:

Agreed Ike. By the way, I discovered Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares through the VAST's samples in the song Touch: http://youtu.be/8S_R13jV11Q .
Thanks Mr. Jon Crosby for that.
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:47pm Beige:

Darn, I just missed the Reich. And Ives, too. The only other weird classical dudes I can think of are Remi Gassman and Oskar Sala. I am so under-informed.
Avatar Mon. 4/2/12 8:48pm bethany:

Well...you never truly miss anything with the archives at full disposal!!
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:52pm G:

From my distant days studying for classical guitar exams set by The Royal Schools of Music, I can add that Albeniz wrote a lot for guitar, and also ended up with a lot of his non-guitar pieces getting re-arranged as major pieces in the classical-cuitar repertoire... I'm pretty sure this piece exists in guitar arrangement -- you can tell by listening how easy the change would be from piano to guitar...
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:55pm Charlene Tilton-Thomas:

Whatever became of Tomita?
  Mon. 4/2/12 8:58pm G:

This Tomita? http://www.isaotomita.net/ If so, that's his site.
  Mon. 4/2/12 9:34pm listener John:

great set of music ,im a long time listener but new to your show ,ill be listening again thanks for the great music
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