Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from March 5, 2012 Options

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Options March 5, 2012: Tenth Symphonies, Part I: Levy, Shostakovich, Rontgen, Mozart, Haydn, Moyzes, Malpiero, Schuman

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Ernst Levy  Symphony No. 10 "Elegie Francais"   Options       0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Dimitri Shostakovich  Symphony No, 10 in E minor, Op. 93   Options       0:15:15 (Pop‑up)
Julius Rontgen  Symphony No. 10 "Waltz"   Options       0:19:10 (Pop‑up)
          0:55:45 (Pop‑up)
W. A. Mozart  Symphony No. 10 in G Major   Options       0:30:52 (Pop‑up)
Franz Josef Haydn  Symphony No. 10 in D Major (1766)   Options       0:32:48 (Pop‑up)
Alexander Moyzes  Symphony No. 10 (1970)   Options       0:40:29 (Pop‑up)
          0:55:50 (Pop‑up)
Gian Francesco Malpiero  Symphony No. 10"Atropo" (1966)   Options       0:48:10 (Pop‑up)
William Schuman  Symphony No. 10 "American Muse" (1975)   Options Schuman: Symphonies Nos. 7 and 10  Naxos American Classics  Seattle Symphony, directed by Gerhard Schwarz  0:55:40 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 8:16pm bethany:

So glad to be here tonight. The Woof-Mu Dog's tails are wagging...WE MADE THE GOAL BECAUSE OF YOU!
  8:18pm Marmalade Kitty:

Awesome! The cow is too calm today
  8:20pm Rynac:

Hmm, what about Beethoven 10, a.k.a. Brahms 1? 8^)
  8:20pm 12539:

My tail is wagging too.
  8:20pm Robert:

The cow is unconscious from the smoke from the bowstrings in this piece.
  8:21pm Robert:

I meant the previous piece. Damn these delays!
  8:25pm G:

Shostakovich's 10th was my first really favorite classical piece. I heard it from student-price seats in a London concert hall as part of a high school music theory course, and the next year bought a Melodiya recording of it in Russia when the American School in London sent us on a school trip there...
  8:26pm Mitten John:

The Mu's tail is actually swatting flies, but happy, nonetheless.
  8:29pm Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

Will we make it too 10 no. 10's in this hour? I think I still have marathon neurosis. ;-) Bethany, it is wonderful celebrating with you!
  8:29pm Danne D:

that Shostakovich was cool :)

I give this show a 10 on a scale of 1 to 10 :)
  8:34pm tr:

"My hero, Zero" would make this playlist if it was from Schoolhouse Symphony.
  8:36pm Van in DC:

Whoa! Wait! There's *classical* music on FMU? Who knew? Much love for this Bethany!!
  8:40pm G:

And real, interesting classical music, Van -- not just the "FM Lite Classical Muzak" (focus grouped to within an nich of its life) that you hear on most self-designated classical stations, for a good 20 years now....
  8:40pm Minnesota Jeff:

This is niiiiiice stuff, Bethany! This show will become a go-to archive for me now that I have heard it!
  8:45pm ranjit:

If you run out of symphonies, you can play this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaBYIqMI2uc
Congratulations on wagging the tails!!
  8:47pm Van in DC:

I'd like to make a request or two, but there seems to be a, er, theme of "10" for the show, so I will just kick back and enjoy :)
  8:48pm 12539:

Will we get the performers listed in the final playlist?
  8:49pm Van in DC:

If I hear the "voice" of the Gibson ex-Huberman I think I'll recognize it and who the performer is :)
  8:51pm Marmalade Kitty:

  8:53pm Van in DC:

  8:56pm G:

1010 (ten in base two)
  8:57pm Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

The buoyancy in the DJ's voices at this point is such a resounding pleasure to experience!
  8:58pm Van in DC:

Seeing the tail wag on the main page, gotta tell ya, is simply wonderful. Congratulations to WFMU for that! And this was my first year experiencing the marathon.
Avatar 9:00pm bethany:

That was an hour? Post-marathon bliss and I'm out of breath! So, yes, hang tight and all of the performer/conductor/album info will be added to the playlist. We'll pick up next week with the rest of the Schuman and more 10X10.
  9:00pm Van in DC:

@MK - I wish I could stay up every week for Julie's show like you all do. Nice seeing you "live" on a playlist once in a while.
  9:01pm Van in DC:

Many thanks Bethany!!
  9:03pm john:

Really enjoying the Schuman--I've always liked his orchestral music, and never seem to remember just how much. Happens pretty much every time someone plays him.
  9:05pm Nacho:

Thank you for all the hard work during the marathon. I love your show.
  9:05pm Nacho:

Thank you for all the hard work during the marathon. I love your show.
  12:26am T-Zero:

Excellent! Will be looking forward to next week... Missed the live show and am so thankful for the archive...
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