Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from February 6, 2012 Options

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

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Options February 6, 2012: A448: Today there is a Quiz. Before that: Pärt, Leonin, Bruckner, Brahms.

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Joseph Suk  Barcarolle (1888)   Options Cypress String Quartet  Cypress  Cypress String Quartet: Cecily Ward and Tom Stone, violin; Ethan Filner, viola; Jennifer Kloetzel, cello.  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Arvo Pärt  Fratres (1977, verison for violin & piano 1980)   Options Tabula Rasa  ECM  Gidon Kremer, violin; Keith Jarrett, piano  0:03:06 (Pop‑up)
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Leonin  Viderunt omnes, (2 - part organum, ca. 1180)   Options LEONIN / PEROTIN: Sacred Music from Notre-Dame Cathedral  Naxos  Performed by Tonus Peregrinus  0:20:52 (Pop‑up)
Anton Bruckner  Mass No. 2 in E minor, Kyrie (1882)   Options Mass No. 2 in E minor  Sony Classical  Kammerchor Stuttgart and Deutsche Bläserphilharmonie, directed by Frieder Bernius. Premiered in Linz in 1869, at the Maria-Empfängnis-Dom. The largest cathedral in Austria; seats 20, 000.  0:21:58 (Pop‑up)
Johannes Brahms  Tragic Overture, Op. 81 (1880)   Options Brahms Symphony No. 1  Angel  London Philharmonic Orchestra, Wolfgang Sawallisch.  0:29:34 (Pop‑up)
QUIZ: choose your answer from these  Schubert - No. 8 “Unfinished”, Brahms - No. 4, Franck - Symphony in D minor, Beethoven - No. 3 “Eroica”, Dvorak - No. 5 “New World”, Sibeilus - No. 2, Prokofieff - No. 1 “Classical”, Beethoven   Options       0:50:19 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 8:10pm J4ff:

  8:15pm jonathan:

Good Lord this is fantastic.
  8:15pm Mitten John:

J4ff said it all...
  8:16pm Skirkie:

  8:17pm trsh:

Stunning. Beautiful.
Stunningly beautiful.
  8:20pm Skirkie:

Oh crap, I forgot about the quiz. College all over again.
  8:25pm Richard from Venezuela:

Good set.
  8:25pm maestroso:

  8:33pm Richard from Venezuela:

Angelical voices. Bethany needs two hours. Minimum.
  8:33pm T-Zero:

Shoot! Time got away from me and I've missed the first half hour. :(
Avatar 8:38pm bethany:

Extended pieces and a darker tone tonight, hope you are all sticking with it!
  8:39pm Richard from Venezuela:

i do
  8:39pm T-Zero:

Oh, darker tones are always fine by me! :)
  8:40pm Destroit:

consider me stuck
  8:40pm Martin,Copenhagen:

Going all classical now eh?...That´s nice for a late night up for me :-)
  8:41pm Mike East:

Been enjoying the show while paying bills and perusing the possible DJ Premiums for the upcoming marathon.
  8:42pm maestroso:

It's wonderful, Bethany!
  8:44pm coelacanth:

Bethany!When did you get back? (i guess i havn't been paying attention) I missed you,and your variety,but quite enjoying this,the first all"classical"show here in years,no?
  8:47pm ranjit:

coelacanth! i thought you were extinct! :)
  8:48pm G:

the coelacanth is, with poetic justice, a long-lost species. this show has been on since the fall schedule started maybe about three months ago... marathon's already coming up, two weeks away...
  8:49pm coelacanth:

! I was hiding,deep! It's frickin scary near the surface!
  8:50pm trsh:

Walking. In, perhaps, a gathering group. Beneath a blazing canopy of stars. A concerto of nousy wildlife stirring, chirping, buzzing there and back?
  8:54pm Chad from Oregon:

I understood that there would be no math.
Avatar 8:54pm J4ff:

This quiz is too hard! I'm trying.
Avatar 8:55pm J4ff:

I'm saying Beethoven for all of them. I bet I'll get 50%
  8:55pm Martin,Copenhagen:

Listening to "Analog" radio?..Yeah.It´s almost impossible to listen to anything other than DAB-crap stations where i live.FM radio has been fased out more or less resulting in fewer and crappier stations.Thank god for WFMU
  8:57pm Comment Posting Pge:

There's *always* math. BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
  8:59pm Math:

Beethoven was 2 of 12, 17%. F as in FAIL :-)
  8:59pm coelacanth:

trsh.i like it.
  9:00pm coelacanth:

Thank you Bethany.
  9:00pm Mitten John:

1. Roscoe Mitchell
2. Roland Kirk
3. Moe Howard
4. George Lewis
5. A. Spencer Barefield
6. Beethoven
7. Barney Oldfield
8. James Hinchcliffe
9. James Osterberg
10. Osterizer
11. Bronco Nagurski
12. Griot Galaxy
  11:15am 12539:

I missed this, but it's just as good warmed over the next day.

I swear I paid attention to all the previous shows, but I don't think the teacher went over any of this stuff on the quiz!
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