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May 28, 2012: New/Old/New: with Riegger, Arensky, Salieri, Scarlatti & Sibelius and an anonymous uprising
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|Some dude tuning his piano on YouTube||'I think it helps if u have some alcohol to do this process'||http://youtu.be/XjZIwxrY3Ss||(x)||50,004 have viewed this. I'll wager that none of their pianos are in tune.|
|Wallingford Riegger||New and the Old, Op. 38 (1944)||Wallingford Riegger: Music for Piano and Winds||Bridge Records||Gilbert Kalish, piano. We heard: II. The Major Second, IV. The Twelve Tones, VI. Twelve Upside Down, VIII. Chromatics, IX. Dissonant Counterpoint, XI. Polytonality, XII. Fourths and Fifths and XIII. all of the above|
|Mark Mothersbaugh||Lindbergh Palace Hotel Suite||Royal Tenenbaums Sdtk||Hollywood Records|
|Antonio Salieri||Der Rauchfangkehrer, oder Die Unentbehrlichen Verräther ihrer Herrshcaften aus Eigennutz (1781)||Mozart, Reghini, Salieri: Arie di Bravura||Virgin Classics||Diana Damrau, soprano with Le Cercle de l'Harmonie directed by Jérémie Rohrer. : Aria "Basta viceste...Ah non lasciarmi" Opera title translates to: "The Chimney Sweep, or The Indispensable Betrayers of Their Lordships out of Self-interest"|
|Antonio Vivaldi||O qui coeli terraeque serenitas, solo motet for voice, strings & continuo in E flat major, RV 631: Aria Largo (ca. 1742)||Angelica Tuccari: Soprano In Concert 1957-1969||Fabula Classica||Orchestri di Napoli della RAI, conducted by Bruno Maderna! (nb, I originally believed this to be composed by Scarlatti, however, it is performed by the Orchestra A. Scarlatti di Napoli della Raii, but indeed composed by Vivaldi.)|
|Henryk Górecki||I. Lento - Sostenuto Tranquillo Ma Cantabile (1976)||Symphony No. 3, Op. 36||Nonesuch||Dawn Upshaw, soprano; London Sinfonietta directed by David Zinman|
|Anton Arensky||String Quartet No.2 in A Minor, Op. 35 "Cello" (1894)||Music@Menlo - Origin/Essence: A Musical Odyssey||Music@Menlo||Live recording 2004. Scored for violin, viola and two cellos. Performed by Ronald Thomas, Sumire Kudo, Cynthia Phelps and Ian Swensen|
Music behind DJ:
Orpheo Looks Back
Break It Yourself
Mom + Pop
|Jean Sibelius||Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 47 in D Minor. I. Allegro Moderato (1904)||Sibelius & Korngold: Violin Concertos / Sinding Suite||EMI Classics||Itzhak Perelman, violin. Pittsburgh Symphony directed by Andre Previn. REcorded 1985.|