Options Stochastic Hit Parade / A440 with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from June 9, 2014 Options

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Options June 9, 2014: A440, Op. 3, No. 2 Vile Viols, with Blues, Burlesque & Mambo. The Hits from 1626-present

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Maurice Ravel  Violin Sonata No. 2: Blues: Moderato (1923–1927)   Options Satoh - Debussy - Messiaen - Takemitsu - Ravel  Avie  Anne Akiko Myers - violin, Li Jian - piano  0:00:00 ()
John La Montaine  6 Dance Preludes, Op. 18, No. 3. Burlesque (1964)   Options Music from America's First and Second Cities  Centaur  Steven Graff - piano  0:05:05 ()
Marc-Anthony Turnage (b. 1960)  Mambo, Blues and Tarantella, I. Mambo (2007)   Options Turnage: Mambo, Blues and Tarantella  LPO  London Philharmonic Orchestra, Christian Tetzlaff - violin  0:07:04 ()
 
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Clint Mansell 
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Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656)  Fantasia a 6   Options Above the Stars  Harmonia Mundi  Performed by Fretwork  0:18:22 ()
Sergei Prokofiev  Sonata for Two Violins in C Major, Op. 56, Commodo   Options Prokofiev & Kupkovic, Volume I    Gidon Kremer & Tatiana Grindenko - violins  0:21:11 ()
Béla Bartók  Hungarian Folk Melodies for Violin and Cello, SZ 53   Options Inventions    Renaud Capuçon - violin, Gautier Capuçon cello. Originally written for piano, transcribed by Karl Kraueter  0:26:12 ()
 
Elliott Carter  Steep Steps (2001)   Options Music of Elliott Carter, Volume 5 (1994-2002)  Bridge Records  Virgil Blackwell, bass clarinet  0:34:23 ()
Svend Hvidfelt Nielsen (b. 1958)  Trionetics (2004)   Options Alvarez / Norhold / Eichberg: Music for Recorder, Saxophone and Percussion  DaCapo  Alpha: David Hildebrandt, percussion Peter Navarro-Alonso, saxophone Bolette Roed, recorder  0:36:56 ()
Anton Webern  Quartet for violin, clarinet, tenor saxophone and piano, Op. 22 (1928-1930)   Options Complete Works of Anton Webern  Sony  Written for the 60th birthday of architect Adolf Loos. Charles Rosen-piano, Daniel Majeske - violin, Robert Marcellus - clarinet, Abraham Weinstein, saxophone, conducted by Pierre Boulez  0:45:42 ()
 
Frédéric Chopin  Sonata for Cello in G Minor, Op. 65. IV. Finale (1846)   Options Jacqueline du Pre / Daniel Barenboim    Jacqueline du Pre - Cello, Daniel Barenboim - piano  0:50:30 ()

Listener comments!

     Mon. 6/9/14 8:01pm 12539:

Ah, les bleus.
Avatar Mon. 6/9/14 8:02pm Bethany Ryker:

Yes! Ravel had les bleus!! At least for a short stint...
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:08pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, lot of Mambeau, Bleus & Tarantellé tonight...

Hi Bethany! Good evening 12539 and everyone!
Avatar Mon. 6/9/14 8:09pm Bethany Ryker:

Mambeaux!
Avatar Mon. 6/9/14 8:10pm Bethany Ryker:

Good ol' fashioned party programming!
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:19pm coelacanth:

Greetings Bethany,and Stochasticrats.
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:20pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi coelacanth!
  Mon. 6/9/14 8:21pm Have an Handel:

Viol music is just Viol to me!
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:23pm coelacanth:

olá Matt!
  Mon. 6/9/14 8:24pm Have an Handel:

Of Course I am only saying that sympathetically (string) that is.
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:27pm maestroso:

Ah. This is lovely. Thanks Bethany!
Avatar Mon. 6/9/14 8:28pm Bethany Ryker:

Well done with the pun, Have an Handel!
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:34pm coelacanth:

That i think is my favorite Prokofiev.(though i'm ignorant to at least 3/4 of his work.)
  Mon. 6/9/14 8:34pm CHICO:

Soundin Good Bethany! Good lawn mowin music
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:38pm Matt from Springfield:

Very modern Trionics, like jazz.
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:40pm Matt from Springfield:

TrionETics, even..
Avatar Mon. 6/9/14 8:42pm Bethany Ryker:

I'm curious to hear more of S. Nielsen's works - his music is very new to me. He's Danish, that's about all I have of his bio. I love what I hear so far!
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:51pm coelacanth:

Yes Yes!!
     Mon. 6/9/14 8:56pm 12539:

So quickly, so quickly. Thanks, Bethany.
Avatar Mon. 6/9/14 8:57pm Bethany Ryker:

Special thanks to Tim Lacy tonight, and glad you are all out there 'tuned' to A440. Xx.
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Good ending! Great way to end this installment.

Thanks Bethany, always great to unwind to A440/Stochastic Hit Parade and prepare for the rest of the week. Great job! Have a good night people!
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:58pm coelacanth:

Thank you Bethany.
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:58pm Matt from Springfield:

And thanks Tim as well!

Heh, "tuned" to A440 (Hz) :)
  Mon. 6/9/14 8:59pm P-90:

Many thanks, Professor Ryker!
'til next time...
Avatar    Mon. 6/9/14 8:59pm coelacanth:

'night,Matt; everyone.
  Mon. 6/9/14 8:59pm Mark Steven brooks:

Hey Bethany-been a couple of years since I last heard you I think. Great to hear your show again. Good taste as always.
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