Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from July 26, 2009 Options

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Options July 26, 2009: Włodzimierz Kotoński, Kakerlakische Kakerlak, Klucevek: interesting to pronounce, but better to listen to

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Guy Klucevsek/Alan Bern  Deep Blue C, part 2   Options Notefalls  Winter & Winter    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Steve Reich  Pendulum Music   Options From The Kitchen Archives No. 2: Steve Reich And Musicians, Live 1977      0:07:11 (Pop‑up)
Alexandra Pierce  Variations 7 (1982)   Options The Cappricio Series of New American Music, No. 2  Cappricio    0:11:38 (Pop‑up)
          0:21:05 (Pop‑up)
Greg Malcolm  [5,6]   Options Leather and Lacy  Interregnum    0:21:31 (Pop‑up)
Sunny Kim  Lament   Options Android Ascention  Kang & Music    0:33:26 (Pop‑up)
Zs  MMW I   Options Music of the Modern White  The Social Registry    0:35:59 (Pop‑up)
Daniele Brusaschetto          0:50:29 (Pop‑up)
Joe Morris / Simon H. Fell / Alex Ward          0:50:54 (Pop‑up)
          1:00:23 (Pop‑up)
George Rochberg  String Quartet No. 3 (1972)   Options String Quartet No. 3  Nonesuch  performed by the Concord String Quartet  1:00:48 (Pop‑up)
Knitting by Twilight  Twirling Guitars and Glad Tambourines   Options Riding the Way Back  it's Twilight Time    1:51:13 (Pop‑up)
Karlheinz Stockhausen  Mixtur   Options       1:51:20 (Pop‑up)
          2:11:01 (Pop‑up)
Włodzimierz Kotoński  Dom   Options Musique Concrete Soundtracks to Experimental Short Films 1956–1978, vol. 2  New England Electronic Music Company    2:11:34 (Pop‑up)
Włodzimierz Kotoński  Labryrinthe (1962)   Options Musique Concrete Soundtracks to Experimental Short Films 1956–1978, vol. 3  New England Electronic Music Company    2:18:53 (Pop‑up)
          2:41:25 (Pop‑up)
Luciano Berio          2:41:32 (Pop‑up)
Morton Feldman  For John Cage   Options       2:41:39 (Pop‑up)
The Moglass  Kakerlakische Kakerlak   Options Snake Tongued and Swallow Tailed      2:43:52 (Pop‑up)
Pierre Schaeffer  Concertino Diapason   Options L'Oeuvre Musicale      2:53:07 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  9:09pm texas scott:

i miss ted
  9:10pm bethany:

Not waiting until late for the weird stuff tonight.
  9:13pm G:

is that a playlist comment, or a comment-board comment? :-P
  9:16pm texas scott:

pay attention G
that's a comment board comment #)
  9:25pm bethany:

Actually, that was a playlist comment...for putting the Pendulum Music right on the front line.
  9:26pm dipps:

. . . hmm. The Public Radio iPhone app shows Advanced D and D as the next show twitpic.com/brtt4
  9:27pm LV:

off to another interesting show-- as usual
  9:28pm texas scott:

what ?
  9:29pm texas scott:

where's my beloved????
  9:32pm bethany:

Mr. Texas Scott - not sure I'm understanding??
  9:33pm bartelby:

Now that I've started using Captain Crawl my musical standards have ascended some, this show though, still great.
  9:34pm e:

>>for putting the Pendulum Music right on the front line.
and for that, we give you three cheers. or wait, was that, er, nine cheers?
  9:38pm texas scott:

Bethany,,I found a mutual fan that refused to follow (radio-wise).

Captain Crawl has its ups and downs, BB

  9:40pm G:

texas scott and ted were play (?) flirting on the last show's comments board. hence my prior tongue-in-cheeck board query above...
  9:42pm texas scott:

dang, G ... you're good.
  9:43pm texas scott:

wanna flirt?
  9:45pm drew in carroll gardens:

distortions, fuzzes and delays, oh my!
  10:02pm G:

My gf lived with women only in relationships for 20 years, till a few years before we met. She's very jealous that I might get into other guys. Everyone has their quirks! Sorry, Tex. :-P You could try sending for what's-her-name who asks everyone for The Cake (which Gaylord actually played a few hours back...)...
  10:08pm texas scott:

oh my....that cake women is really a man.
and not one you might flirt with.
thanks G
see ya.
  10:12pm bethany:

Ok. Let's talk.

Do y'all go and pick fights everywhere or just during my show so I have to read through all of it? It's not that fun from my side of the screen, thanks.
  10:17pm sic:

After a long period of composition using the technique of serialism, Rochberg finally abandoned it upon the death of his teenage son in 1964, saying that serialism was empty of expressive emotion and was inadequate to express his grief and rage.[1]

  10:18pm G:

You said you weren't sure you were understanding, and I heIped out with 20 words. I never fight O:-) You have to lose your temper to fight, and that's just not me. I'm not that controlling. I just tease back when teased; seems equitable!
  10:28pm bethany:

Well....there is a hint of 'stochastic' in Rochberg's liner notes: "The fantasia-like introduction contains both atonal and tonal ideas, violent ad tranquil gestures, directly juxtaposed to each other without apparent connection." But sic, I very much agree with you on that point. Still find this piece lovely, though!
  10:28pm e:

ahh, stochastic. the glorious art of predictable and random and how the two meet. loving the concord strings right now along wth the snap and crackle of vinyl. and b, i thouught of you this morning when reading about rhys chatham's piece for 200 guitars in august. can't wait.
  10:31pm drew in carroll gardens:

just caught a whiff of the last movement of Mahler's 9th.....gorgeous.
  10:32pm drew in carroll gardens:

just caught a whiff of the last movement of Mahler's 9th.....gorgeous.
  10:36pm bethany:

Close, Drew...but this piece is actually George Rochberg's 3rd Quartet, written in 1972. But he's quoting the hell out of Mahler and Beethoven. Rochberg created quite a stir by returning to tonality - was dubbed a "conservative neoromantic."
  10:39pm drew in carroll gardens:

quoting? copying!
  11:39pm Mr. Coffeeman:

  11:41pm drew in carroll gardens:

wow...an hour without comments...it's like you've stunned us all, like we're Norwegian Blue Parrots, or something...
  11:43pm bethany:

Either the hypnosis is working, or *I'm* the jerk.
  11:44pm drew in carroll gardens:

  11:46pm Zach:

Bethany! I haven't listened to your show in weeks! I feel like so bad! Noooooooooo, I'm meltinggggggg....

But this one blew my mind! :D
  11:47pm Banana Bread:

I like black olives.
  11:57pm drew in carroll gardens:

amazing program, bethany--thank you!
  11:59pm Bunyan:

"Snake-Tongued and Swallow-Tailed"... is that like Ouroboros?
  7:29pm John Orsi:

Greetings Bethany,
Just a word to show my appreciation for having included Knitting By Twilight within your altogether fabulous show. I'm honored. And on behalf of the rest of team, thank you very much indeed.
John Orsi
Knitting By Twilight
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