Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from April 7, 2013 Options

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Options April 7, 2013: A(pril)440, 2nd movement in 4/7 time

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Iva Bittová  Divina Slecinka   Options Iva Bittová  Nonesuch    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Amina Alaoui  Ya laylo layl   Options Arco Iris  ECM    0:05:40 (Pop‑up)
A Hawk and a Hacksaw  Invartita din Blaj (Romania)   Options You Have Already Gone to the Other World  L.M. Dupli-Cation    0:20:16 (Pop‑up)
          0:55:02 (Pop‑up)
Ólöf Arnalds  Call it What You Want   Options       0:18:44 (Pop‑up)
Paul Hindemith  Music for Brass, Piano and Harps, Op. 49 3. Massig Schnell   Options Philip Jones Ensemble: Hindemith Concert Music      0:24:20 (Pop‑up)
Ottorino Respighi  3 Preludes sopra melodie Gregoriane, P. 131, I. Largo(1922)   Options       0:32:19 (Pop‑up)
Nadia Sirota  Tooth and Nail (Missy Mazzoli)   Options Baroque      0:35:40 (Pop‑up)
          0:54:47 (Pop‑up)
Mice Parade  The Chill House   Options Candela      0:54:08 (Pop‑up)
The One Ensemble  Burning Must   Options Oriole  Pickled Egg    1:06:09 (Pop‑up)
Ches Smith and These Arches  Hammered   Options Hammered  Clean Feed    1:06:35 (Pop‑up)
          1:22:50 (Pop‑up)
Hector Villa-Lobos  Momoprecoce - Fantasy for Piano & Orchestra (1929)   Options Bachianas Brasilerias      1:20:22 (Pop‑up)
Hector Villa-Lobos  Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5: Aria (1938)   Options Clara Rockmore: The Lost Theremin Album  Bridge    1:30:24 (Pop‑up)
José Maria Neves  UN-X-2   Options Música Nueva Latinoamericana, vol. 3  Creel Pone    1:37:49 (Pop‑up)
Oskar Sala  In Leichtem March-Rhythmus   Options Electronic Virtuosity  Creel Pone  just for trivia, he studied with Paul Hindemith in 1930!  1:44:58 (Pop‑up)
          1:55:23 (Pop‑up)
Christian Wolff  Rosas   Options 8 Duos  New World    1:55:46 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  Swag For Life Member 5:04pm 12539:

A Hoo and a Ray!
  5:11pm bloopy:

hello bethany! it's been a while!!
  5:12pm Benno:

Rare chance to listen to Bethany's show live. A treat.
Avatar 5:20pm Sem Chumbo:

Good evening. It all sounds so good. Lead on, please.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm G:

Listening, working...
Avatar 5:23pm Droll:

Ditto what G said.
Thanks for so many recent fill-ins, Bethany!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:31pm fleep:

Watching hummingbirds at the feeder while the wind outside silently blows around the lavender plants. Soundtrack perfect. Thank you, Bethany.
Avatar 5:49pm ranjit:

Some music is shaped like a pear!
Avatar 5:53pm Bethany Ryker:

Satie reference, no? Thanks Ranjit!
Avatar 5:54pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Nice to come home from work to.
- Ms. Ryker : Over @ the Bryce Program 3/29 he was comemmorating Lawrence D. "Butch" Morris - & they refered me to your
Stochastic Hit Parade / A440 Page! Haven't found a really fascinating online music stream of Classical / Academic stuff (well - there's wshu Baroue & Radio Caprice Classical Organ...)
- so glad to know about your Archives - !
Avatar 5:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Thrilled by this Chill House!
Hey Bethany and everyone! Twice in a week!
Avatar 6:03pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hey Matt! Good to see ya stranger.
...This is Kewl: Think I'll stick around instead of my usual this time slot ('Says You' on PBS)...
  6:04pm eric:

Been listening for last half hour, fantastic set! By the way, I am from the foreign country of Columbus, Ohio! And I saw Sun Ra at a club here in early 80's, or maybe late 70's.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:05pm fleep:

@RRN63 You are into dowsing for audio, try vTuner. Has like 5000 streams sorted by category incl. all the FMU streams
Avatar 6:11pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

You rule fleep!
- SunRa live?: Duke Ellington as an Extraterrestrial Avatar @ close range? I'm guessing memorable...
  6:15pm berlusconi's nose:

Great show Bethany!
  6:15pm berlusconi's nose:

Great show Bethany!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:21pm G:

Can't lose w/ Villa-L.
Avatar 6:21pm Matt from Springfield:

Always good to see ya too, Rev Rabbit!
Good resource, fleep.
Avatar 6:25pm tomB:

I'm so unsophistocated, I relate to your songs by saying to myself, "Hey, that sounds like Roy Wood's cello riff!"
Avatar 6:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I have it on good authority Roy Wood *does* use the same 12 notes....
Avatar 6:28pm Matt from Springfield:

@tomB: At least you have a sophisticated taste in pop music! ;)
  Swag For Life Member 6:29pm 12539:

Don't worry, Tom, sometimes she plays that Janacek piece that reminds me of listening to ELP as a youngster.
Avatar 6:29pm tomB:

However, I can also alert you and your listeners to an Olof Arnalds appearance at J&R, April 19, high noon.
Avatar 6:30pm Matt from Springfield:

THEREMIN! There's a WIN! :D
Avatar 6:32pm tomB:

It's a live performance and signing of "For Now I Am Winter"on CD. But the following day, something of his will be released on vinyl for RSD.
Avatar 6:37pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I love the Ginastera on ELP's 'Brain Salad Sugery'! Sue me if you like. I like that whole album, in fact. Some other ELP is like 'Look! We know what Classical Music is!' ...& we know we can get it better somewhere else...
  Swag For Life Member 6:39pm 12539:

("For Now I Am Winter" is Ólafur Arnalds, not Ólöf. Two different people.)
Avatar 6:47pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...seems to me ProgRock a quite legit Gateway into 'Serious Music' - be it Roy Wood or other
- & I find it really interesting how Soundtrack has become a mighty Genre unto itself. Anybody says they 'don't like Classical Music' - I challenge them to think of the film music they've been moved by w/out consciuosly realizing it. 'Forbidden Planet' has a way kewl soundtrack! SciFi surely a gateway into Avant - just as visually it took Surrealist images completely out of context, but in a way that speaks to folk as Naive Metaphor...
Avatar 6:51pm Droll:

...time's up already? Looking forward to the next 3-hour fill-in!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 6:51pm G:

I remember as a first-year undergrad sitting around without another guy who was taking Composition and writing four-part harmony exercises for class every morning. We were like, "OK, so basically ELP is some of the more dramatic 20th-century classical stuff played at maximum speed with just way too much ostinato :-) Obviously, it's all about the energy, guys."
  6:52pm Benno:

Listening live is better. So much better. Regular show, please. The kind you can plan to listen to.
  6:52pm Richard from Venezuela:

Nice surprise.
Avatar 6:53pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Yes, like!
Avatar 6:56pm Matt from Springfield:

Goodbye for now! Thanks Bethany!
Come back soon! :)
  Swag For Life Member 6:57pm 12539:

Thanks as always, Bethany.
Avatar 6:57pm Bethany Ryker:

I may be back very soon, but that's yet to be confirmed...hoping so!
Avatar 6:58pm Droll:

G, ELP also came with a rock-n-roll stage show: stabbing the instrument with knives, playing from behind or underneath the organ, and even (pretending to) play piano upside-down.

Personally, I'm a sucker for orchestration with an actual orchestra.
  6:59pm Benno:

What's the best place to keep track of when you will be back? Your 'FMU page?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:00pm G:

True, Droll. :-) We were just thinking about the composition and arrangement from the angle of Forte's Tonal Theory in Concept and Practice, and music history/appreciation courses...
Avatar 7:02pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Everything is Context! :
...Many 'Classical' Composers were syphilitics who jammed @ parties & starved for patronage
- now to hear them - it's a venue for geriatrics who dress up & fall asleep...
Avatar 7:04pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...& now that Rock is 'Classic' - the same true for it! : P ...
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