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Options March 26, 2012: That was 1879, really? With Barber, Messiaen, Pärt, Walton, Bruckner, de Falla, Bird, Debussy, Boulez

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Pierre Boulez  Anthemes (1997)   Options Boulez: Sur Incises  DG 20/21  Andrew Gerzo, violin; Hae-Sung Kang, electronics  0:00:00 ()
Andrew Bird  You Woke Me Up!   Options Fingerlings 4  Grimsey    0:04:14 ()
          0:13:16 ()
Samuel Barber  Ballade, Op. 46   Options Barber: Piano Music  Somm  Leon McCawley, piano  0:13:44 ()
Claude Debussy  Nocturnes, II. Fêtes (1897)   Options La Mer / Images / Nocturnes  EMI Classics  Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Carlo Maria Guilini  0:19:04 ()
          0:30:10 ()
Arvo Pärt  Pro et Contra, III. Allegro (1966)   Options Pärt: A Portrait  Naxos  Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, directed by Frans Helmersen  0:30:03 ()
Olivier Messiaen  Theme and Variations for violin and piano (1932)   Options Turangalîla-Symphonie  EMI Classics  Yvonne Loriod, piano; Christoph Poppen, violin  0:32:03 ()
William Walton  Variations on a Theme by Paul Hindemith, Variation 8, 9, Finale   Options Cello Concerto / Variations  BBC  Royal Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by the composer  0:36:36 ()
Manuel de Falla  El amor brujo (Love, the Magician), Scene 2   Options Stokowski: Berlioz / Scriabin / Beethoven / Britten Falla  BBC  BBC Symphony Orchestra; Leopold Stokowski  0:43:39 ()
          0:56:01 ()
Anton Bruckner  String Quintet in F major (1879)   Options Five to Six  Paladino Music  Hyperion Ensemble  0:52:10 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 3/26/12 8:02pm NS Andy:

Ant Themes?
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:03pm miss cheri:

happy spring,,bethany!!!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:04pm trsh:

Sounds like water over a parched desert, Bethany.
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:06pm G:

A440 in tune as usual...
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:19pm ranjit:

a440 is peppy today!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:20pm giraffe-o:

Hot!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:21pm maestroso:

Ah. Love this piece.
Avatar Mon. 3/26/12 8:22pm bethany:

Hello hello hello, glad to be here with all of you!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:27pm the glowing one:

you are doing great, Bethany. if you weren't pointing them out I wouldn't notice the pauses' awkwardness in the first place. ;)
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:28pm Karl Haas:

I heart your show.
Avatar Mon. 3/26/12 8:29pm bethany:

Well then, I'll try to make them awkwarder!!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:30pm T-Zero:

Dang! Just about missed the live broadcast again! Glad I noticed the time before it was too late.
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:30pm Richard from Venezuela:

Headbanging classical music. The perfect show for it.
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:34pm trsh:

"Turangalîla" ?
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:37pm trsh:

hm, "He derived the title from two Sanskrit words, turanga and lîla, which roughly translate into English as "love song and hymn of joy, time, movement, rhythm, life, and death",[4] and described the joy of Turangalîla as "superhuman, overflowing, dazzling and abandoned"."
Avatar Mon. 3/26/12 8:38pm bethany:

Yep, that's it. Amazing piece. Longer than this show....
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:39pm T-Zero:

Heh, I'd added it to my music purchase "wish list"...
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:42pm ranjit:

Nerd fact of the day: The full name of the one-eyed alien Leela on Futurama is Turanga Leela!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:45pm trsh:

My favourite cartoon.
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:45pm ranjit:

mine too, except for "What's Opera, Doc!"
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:45pm Karl Haas:

And I am Bender Bending Rodriguez!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:48pm trsh:

rabbit of seville v what's opera doc
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:48pm miss cheri:

i love family guy better!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:49pm Billy West:

Fry!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:51pm ranjit:

obsession of the moment: cartoon music!
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:51pm Karl Haas:

Your show. Duh.
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:51pm trsh:

Episodes w/ Fry and his holophonor
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:52pm ranjit:

i guess -- Samuel Barber? Of Seville?
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:53pm G:

OMG, I got that Karl Hass reference. Adventures in Good Music. I used to hear it on WJR-AM Detroit as a little kid circa 1970.
Avatar Mon. 3/26/12 8:54pm bethany:

Anyone want to take a stab at the date this was written? Listen carefully...
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:54pm ranjit:

i think it's getting older as it goes
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:56pm Richard from Venezuela:

1930?
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:56pm the glowing one:

definitely 20th century
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:57pm T-Zero:

Some time in the mid 1800s?
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:57pm the glowing one:

I would also say between WWI and WWII
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:58pm G:

She wouldn't ask unless it's tricky. Hmmm.... I'm guessing far earlier or far later than we'd think...???

1850?

1978?
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:59pm Karl Haas:

G: THANK YOU. Heard him in Dallas in the nineties on W...the call letters escape me. But good lookin out.
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:59pm the glowing one:

even if you do not hear the atonalities 1850 is definitely too early
  Mon. 3/26/12 8:59pm Karl Haas:

1973
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:00pm T-Zero:

I was thinking Romanticism, but maybe Baroque?
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:01pm the glowing one:

oh, wow
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:01pm ranjit:

bah! Bruckner was a time traveller, clearly.
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:01pm G:

1879, there ya go!
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:02pm T-Zero:

Heh, broadly speaking the Romantic period.
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:02pm Karl Haas:

I meant 18
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:02pm the glowing one:

bye beth
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:02pm trsh:

another note goes in my ears
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:02pm G:

@Karl: I just wiki'ed you, and you started on WJR in 1959, were syndicated starting in 1970...
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:03pm the glowing one:

now that's 1970s what we hear!
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:03pm the glowing one:

hehe
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:03pm ranjit:

we are the 1871
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:04pm the glowing one:

the 1870s are alive on WFMU
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:05pm ranjit:

actually, i think my guess was closest. Barber -> Bruckner, just a few letters...
  Mon. 3/26/12 9:05pm Karl Haas:

G: Guess I heard the reruns.
  Sat. 3/31/12 12:03pm Jon:

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