Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from November 2, 2008 Options

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All the spectacle and clamor you crave...without those pesky crowds.

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Options November 2, 2008: Buzz, Scratch and a Concerto for Birds and Orchestra

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Tom Dissevelt  Gamelan   Options Anthology of Dutch Electronic Tape Music vol. 1(1955-1966)  Basta    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Benoit Pioulard  Adroise / Cycle Disparaissant   Options Temper  Kranky    0:03:06 (Pop‑up)
Tape  Star Skid   Options Milieu Plus  Hapna    0:05:45 (Pop‑up)
H-Alpha  Epsilon Eridani   Options Red Sphere  Skirl  Briggan Krauss + Ikue Mori + Jim Black  0:09:44 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Brian Eno 

Deep Blue Day   Options




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Henri Dutilleux  Timbres, espace, mouvement   Options Works of Dutilleux  Harmonia Mundi    0:26:19 (Pop‑up)
Barry Guy  Buzz   Options Sit Fast: Viol Music performed by Fretwork  Virgin Classics    0:41:25 (Pop‑up)
Lothar Ohimeier/Isambard Khroustaliov  Scratch   Options Wire Tapper 20  Wire Magazine    0:47:45 (Pop‑up)
Hsia-Jung Chang  Chopin Bug   Options Inside the Piano: 21st Century Improvisations  Mandala Studio    0:51:05 (Pop‑up)
Anne James Chaton / Andy Moor  Newspaper   Options Le Journaliste  Unsounds    0:53:30 (Pop‑up)
Einojuhani Rautavaara  Canticus Arcticus, Op. 61: Concerto for Birds and Orchestra   Options Works of Rautavaara      1:08:00 (Pop‑up)
Paul Hindemith  Sonata No. 2 for Organ   Options Germany 1920/1940: Organ Works  Arts    1:26:22 (Pop‑up)
Paul Fetler  Contrrasts For Orchestra, mvts. III & IV   Options Satie/Milhaud/Auric/Francaix/Fetler  Mercury  conducted by Antal Dorati  1:38:27 (Pop‑up)
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Ranjit Bhatnager  Sounds from NYC Marathon - recorded in Brooklyn   Options       1:48:34 (Pop‑up)
David Moore  Sounds from NYC Marathon - recorded in Brooklyn   Options       1:48:45 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  10:23pm Plinky:

  10:24pm luis:

hi bethany, lovely tunes. whatever you lack in chess-playing, you more than make up in moving records.
but please tell us/me: what's the background music playing now (after the first set)? really really pretty...thanks!
  10:29pm bethany:

Hello Luis,
The background music for that last mic break is by Brian Eno, "Deep Blue Day" Glad you are enjoying!
  10:30pm luis:

thanks very much!
  10:33pm ?:

Raymond Chandler: "Chess is the most elaborate waste of human intelligence outside of an advertising agency."
  10:38pm bartelby:

it's funny you mention chess. I actually picked up a book on chess after I left the JACK quartet show on Wednesday. I know the rules but lose every time. More interesting than chess, I think, is Go (Wei-Chi) in which I also lose every time, let a lone when I've ventured up to the NY go club by Hunter college, I can't even say the word "win" or even adjacent words in dictionaries with more than a 20% cognate rate with english, and/or japanese when I try playing those guys. Anyhow I am hoping to get better at chess, I may fail.
  10:42pm huieely:

chinese checkers might be mentioned too (oh snap someone just did). that game is all sorts of mind melting crazy. .
  10:43pm Plinky:

i play scrabble (on facebook)
  10:51pm bethany:

"Pente" is the Parker Brothers version of GO. It's much more simple and quite a lot of fun to play. Problem is: no one knows the game. I try to introduce people to it, but I'm at odds...I know the game too well to pretend to lose and no one wants to play a a bully. (sigh)
  10:54pm huieely:

elaborate and logical nonetheless
  10:55pm Willy Voet:

How can the rules of Go be any simpler?
  10:57pm bethany:

I suppose the phrase "less involved" is better suited than simple in comparison. You all saw the film Pi, right?
  11:14pm ranjit:

I lost at tic-tac-toe to an animated duck
  11:18pm john:

less embarrassing than losing to a live one!
  11:19pm huieely:

doesn't someone's head explode/get chopped off in that one (pi)? what with all the chesskers
  11:28pm ranjit:

not nearly enough pipe organ on the radio these days!
  11:37pm ?:

I have not heard this in years, Great!
  1:27pm Lenny:

...I listen in on your past show as usual.....good show. And I heard that the Stochastic Hit Parade "supports" Obama-thats great and very refreshing to hear! I am a artist[visual artist] and a afro American too, and being and living in the "south" it is very painful at times. I mean just take a close look at the election polls concerning the past presidential race. I am from Louisiana[the north -south] area and by looking at the polls of the last election some very negative things are still "in-grained" in people's heart here!/Lenny
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