Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from January 16, 2012 Options

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Options January 16, 2012: A440 #5: Some Ragtime and a Meteor Farm, with music by Bacewicz, Berio, Brant, Bolcom, Ginastera, Korte, Partch, Praetorius, Stravinsky

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Karl Korte  Virtual Voices   Options The Guitar Music of Karl Korte  Centaur  duo 46 (Matt Gould, guitar and violinist Beth Ilana Schneider-Gould).  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Harry Partch  Two Studies on Ancient Greek Scales. Study on Olympos' Pentatonic (1946)   Options Just West Coast: Microtonal Music for Guitar and Harp  Bridge Records  John Schneider, guitar. Amy Schulman, harp.  0:07:00 (Pop‑up)
Jacob Praetorius  Terpsichore: Bransle Simple   Options Dances from Terps    Ensemble Bourresque  0:08:35 (Pop‑up)
Karl Korte  Evocations I: Te Maori   Options The Guitar Music of Karl Korte  Centaur  duo 46 (Matt Gould, guitar and violinist Beth Ilana Schneider-Gould, piano. With Erich Oskar Huetter, cello.  0:10:15 (Pop‑up)
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Henry Brant  Meteor Farm No. 1, 2, 6, 5   Options Henry Brant Collection, Volume 4  Innova  Wesleyan University Ensembles:Three conductors lead two sopranos, two choruses, each retrofitted with their own complement of saxophones or flutes, orchestra, a section of "Wall Brass," two groups of percussion, steel drums, jazz band, Javanese Gamelan, West African drummers, and a South Indian Classical Trio  0:22:01 (Pop‑up)
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Alberto Ginastera  12 Preludios Americanos: Op. 12, No. 9. Homenaje a Aaron Copland. Prestissimo (1944)   Options Alberto Ginastera: Complete Piano Works  Phoenix Records  Enrico Pompili, piano.  0:38:37 (Pop‑up)
William Bolcom  Twelve New Etudes for Piano, Book III. Rag Infernal (Syncopes Apocalyptiques)   Options Bolcom: Twelve New Etudes for Piano  New World Records  Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano.  0:39:02 (Pop‑up)
Igor Stravinsky  Ragtime for Eleven Instruments (1918)   Options Stravisnsky Conducts Stravinsky  Columbia  Columbia Chamber Symphony, conducted by the composer.  0:40:56 (Pop‑up)
Luciano Berio  34 Duets for Two Violins: VI. Bruno (Maderna)   Options 34 Duets for Two Violins  BIS  Ilya Gringolts and Alexander Bulov, violins  0:49:00 (Pop‑up)
Luciano Berio  34 Duets for Two Violins: XV. Tatiana (Globokar)   Options       0:51:20 (Pop‑up)
Luciano Berio  34 Duets for Two Violins: XVIII. Pietro (Farulli)   Options       0:51:25 (Pop‑up)
Luciano Berio  34 Duets for Two Violins: XIX Alfred (Schlee)   Options       0:53:03 (Pop‑up)
Grażyna Bacewicz  Concerto for Strings (1948)   Options Polish Music    Polish Chamber Orchestra. Jerzy Maksymiuk, conductor.  0:54:44 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  8:04pm G:

440, in tune! Dissonantly!
Avatar 8:12pm J4ff:

I don't know how or where Bethany finds all of this music, I'm just glad she does.
  8:15pm D in Miami:

I'm sure it's through hunting things down on the net and making connections through sites. There's so much music out there it's ridiculous!
  8:15pm D in Miami:

And this Korte is awesome, Bethany!
  8:18pm Verb:

Future becomes present becomes past becomes present? I'm getting very tense here! :-)
Avatar 8:24pm bethany:

@Verb: That's the beauty of it!
  8:28pm M, UK:

Good Late night listening.
  8:28pm Destroit:

Hello Everyone, this music is wonderful.
  8:28pm Richard from Venezuela:

This Henry Brant track sounds terrific.
  8:31pm Destroit:

Agree Richard, agree.
  8:37pm Destroit:

Thanks, I never heard of Henry Brant 20 minutes ago. Now I know!
  8:43pm acjones:

I will make a yearly pledge for life thanks to this show.. always loved wfmu but it needed a home for cutting edge classical good brain food and a great antitode to girl/boy songs!
  8:45pm Richard from Venezuela:

It's really great discover this show in the new schedule. Like Destination out on Give the drummer radio stream. Killing sets program after program. thanks bethany, thanks internet, thanks wfmu.
  8:49pm Snortley:

Yes, there was a ragtime revival starting around the late sixties, instigated by Josh Rifkin and others.
  8:50pm Destroit:

First I've tuned into this show, glad I did. Great soundtrack to the Red Wings tap dancing all over the Sabres. and lol at the girl/boy antidote comment!
Avatar 8:55pm bethany:

Thanks for Ragtime revival info: was that in the 'classical' world or more widespread? I'm eager to learn more about it.
Avatar 8:56pm bethany:

Glad to know you all are out there and enjoying the music - the hour goes fast (!) sorry I can't be more engaged with comments and such...best to you all.
  8:58pm Snortley:

Rifkin seemed aimed at classical, especially with Joplin's one opera. There were also the folkies David Laibman and Eric Schoenberg, on guitars.
  8:59pm Destroit:

Yeah, you need at least 2 hours.
  8:59pm Elsie:

The Ragtime revival hit the common consciousness in the mid-70s. Believe it coincided with the release of book and movie Ragtime, and centered around Scott Joplin's remarkable music. Amazing program tonight, Bethany, thank you.
  9:02pm Destroit:

Great show, thanks again!
  11:18am 12539:

Catching up late, great show as ever.

re: ragtime in the 70's, see "The Entertainer," Popularity and Legacy, http://tinyurl.com/268884l

Joshua Rifkin, Marvin Hamlisch, and even ice cream trucks.
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