Favoriting A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from February 10, 2014 Favoriting

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Favoriting February 10, 2014: A440, Op. 2, No. 8

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Wolfgang Rihm  Fetzen No. 7 for Accordion and String Quartet   Favoriting Fetzen  Adritti String Quartet & Teodoro Anzelotti  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Alfred Schnittke  The Glass Harmonica Suite   Favoriting Schnittke Film Music    0:05:05 (Pop-up)
Darcy James Argue's Secret Society  Brooklyn Babylon: Construction + Destruction   Favoriting Brooklyn Babylon    0:07:20 (Pop-up)
        0:14:20 (Pop-up)
Benjamin Britten  Five Waltzes (1923, rev. 1969)   Favoriting Britten Resonances  Anthony Goldstone, piano  0:18:36 (Pop-up)
Alexander Glazunov  5 Novelettes, Op. 15 Interludium in modo antico (1886)   Favoriting   Lyric Quartet  0:21:18 (Pop-up)
Ronald Stevenson  Sonatina Serenissima (1973-77)   Favoriting Britten Resonances  Anthony Goldstone - piano  0:26:37 (Pop-up)
Ernst Krenek  Concerto Grosso No. 2, Op. 25: III. Allegro commodo / V. Allegro (1924)   Favoriting Symphony No. 4  NDR Radio Philharmonic  0:29:04 (Pop-up)
        0:43:57 (Pop-up)
Darius Milhaud  String Quartet No. 1, Op. 5: I. Rhythmique / II. Intime, contenu (1912)   Favoriting Petersen Quartet  Petersen String Quartet  0:45:02 (Pop-up)
Maurice Ravel  String Quartet in F (1903)   Favoriting     0:57:14 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  Swag For Life Member 8:03pm
12539:

Is this Fetzen piece what they call "shredding?"
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

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  8:03pm
JakeGould:

Rihming it.
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Bethany Ryker:

Yes! To shred or tear. "der Sturm fetzte das Dach vom Haus" = the storm tore the roof off the house
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:10pm
Matt from Springfield:

"Secret Society"--interesting, sounds like the score of an old Bond movie.

Hi Bethany and Stochastic 440ers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:15pm
Matt from Springfield:

Sending a healing ray to loosen your mucus now! (Turn away, the board is going to be covered in snot any moment now...)
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Benadryl: Cheap, ubiquitous & effective decongestant; you will become drowsy & need much hydration.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:18pm
Matt from Springfield:

Intergalactic Space Mail! (If that becomes possible, I'll donate some intergalactic delivery stamps to you).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:18pm
Matt from Springfield:

Soup is wonderful! :D

And kale juice? Iiiinteresting...
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Bethany Ryker:

kale, parsley, apple, lemon & ginger. and more kale.
  8:20pm
JakeGould:

No. Don’t use Benadryl. I used to get allergies & sinusitis all the time. Now that I have been using Neti pot, things have been great. I also drink green lemon/ginger tea (loose stuff) and just eating better. Lots of water. And rest. Be well, Bethany.
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Droll:

Yeah, that sounded icky, but it looks good: www.choose-healthy-food.com...
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Bethany Ryker:

yes, neti pot is crucial.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I would totally drink the kale juice.
  8:23pm
JakeGould:

Also, the reason I say “Don’t use Benadryl” is my personal cheap high-school high habit of taking Robitussin & then drink. I don’t even plan it that way. Totally knocked me off my ass but so horrible for you. Rest is the best.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- honestly - I like the hypnotic drowsy part of benadryl - it's so hard to get rest when congested - & it is an effective decongestant - but drugs aren't 'good' for you of course. I find nothing makes me feel as good as garlic when I have a cold.
  8:28pm
JakeGould:

Oven roasted garlic is great!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:28pm
Matt from Springfield:

@RRN63: Garlic is great, sick or healthy! Not to mention that lemon-ginger tea, that is a fantastic flavor combo, and so healing!
  8:29pm
JakeGould:

Also, lemon ginger tea is a very cheap combo tea as far as green teas go. Much less than sencha loose.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- get your own fresh ginger & chop it up & into whatever.
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Bethany Ryker:

I love the way this show has taken a flavor/fragrance-based sensory turn. There can never be too much fresh ginger.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...actually good for your tummy - unlike nearly every drug.
  8:33pm
JakeGould:

The thing with ginger is it can even be old & desiccated, but in a tea it’s still potent.
  8:34pm
JakeGould:

Ginger cuts down gas. But too much of it can actually be bad for your stomach. Oh look at us! We’re being like helpful!
  8:34pm
P-90:

@ Ms. Ryker: The green drink is great (try adding fresh spinach to the kale) but not a replacement for 500-1000 milligrams of vitamin C in the ascorbate form, every 4 hours and just before bed.
@Jake G. & RevRab: Benadryl and alcholic bevs used recreationally sounds like fun, I wish it would work that way for me but that kind of combo just puts me right to sleep (and I'm pretty hyper and resistant to most sedating things)
Avatar 8:35pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

DJ Trouble was promoting the currently popular idea that probiotics prevent such illness...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:35pm
Matt from Springfield:

@Bethany: All shows/playlists strive for this synesthetic experience! :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:36pm
Matt from Springfield:

@Jake/P-90: I've mentioned it before, but I accidentally discovered that alcohol + Dayquil = makeshift speed! It makes you manic and awake!
  8:37pm
JakeGould:

P-90, I did that whole Benadryl and alcohol thing accidentally. It’s only years later I started to realize what I did & why it just sucked.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Benadryl is a Hypnotic. Correct.
  8:39pm
JakeGould:

Also, I don’t really drink anymore—no big life decision, just realized I just don’t like it anymore—but I highly recommend this drunk remedy. Get a bottle of Korean Soju. It looks like Sake, but it’s basically Korean hooch. Costs like $5 a bottle. About 20% proof at least. Will clear your head and knock you on your ass.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:40pm
Matt from Springfield:

Mahleria by Marriage...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:41pm
Matt from Springfield:

@Jake: Soju-do: the Korean martial art of kicking people to the ground, plying them with soju.
  8:44pm
JakeGould:

Soju is actually not that easy to find in NYC. Like, in some “Brownstone Brooklyn” booze stores you can’t find it. But here in Bay Ridge—and in Clinton Hill—you can just go to most any liquor shoppe and find it. Great, great stuff.
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steve:

think im gonna adopt the disco ball again this year
  8:45pm
P-90:

@Meine geschätzten Mathew! ...das ist eine bemerkenswerte Leistung, für die Sie das Wort "synästhetischen" in einem Beitrag für die "Kommentare" zu verwenden!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:47pm
Tome:

as far as vit c goes I have my method , not trying to promote a brand either but ... bit.ly... ... I take 5 - 10 g a day in divided in to 3 or 4 doses myself,, can only say what works for me **Vitamin C should be taken in fairly high doses. Optimum levels are at bowel tolerance, the point just before one gets diarrhea and a stomach upset.***
  8:49pm
JakeGould:

“Optimum levels are at bowel tolerance.” No thanks! Bye!
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Droll:

For some reason keeping your digestive system on the verge of tolerance doesn't sound healthy...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:50pm
Matt from Springfield:

Unser fröhliche P-90!
"Synesthesia" ist ein Konzept, dass alle wissen soll!
  8:52pm
LovecraftDude888:

just drink absinthe you'll be right as rain!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

@Tome: - that's reportedly what Linus Pauling said about Vit. C dosage. Vitamins are basically either fat-soluble, or water-soluble - & we pass excess water-soluble dosages - that way...
- Because humans are descended from fruitarians - our bodies do not make our own Vit. C from other things we eat - which most animals can do - is my understanding...
  8:53pm
JakeGould:

Dr. Weil is the only person on the web with decent advice. www.drweil.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:54pm
Matt from Springfield:

Long live progressive classical!
  8:54pm
Brigitte Golde:

Warum soll dat verrückt sein? Wie seltsam denken Sie Synästhesie ist auf diesem Forum? Wirklich...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:55pm
Tome:

only saying what works for me now... : ) music is also my medicine , and this now is soooo soothing
  8:56pm
Golde:

Toll toll toll ja ja ja dat mag ich ja ja ja
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:56pm
Tome:

I've done IV vit C many times also....
  8:56pm
Golde:

Ravel ist doch mei BABY
  8:57pm
LovecraftDude888:

all I know is I'm stressed out as hell and other things, told I was diabetic last year, and I still haven't had a cold in 2 yrs....or more...all I do is eat right now, exercise and walk, and take a massive gaggle of vitamins every day....multi, D, B comp., power C. and that seems to help.
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Bethany Ryker:

When did the German speaking trend start up? I've been playing French string quartets. Interesting :)
  8:57pm
Golde:

Oder ist dat Debussy? We will see!
  8:57pm
LovecraftDude888:

plus gave up alcohol 2007..that helps too I think
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:57pm
Matt from Springfield:

@Brigitte: Ich mag die Synästhesie, das stimmt!
  8:58pm
Brigitte:

It's that you have listeners who are Germans who GREW UP in Manhattan so we listen to fmu.
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Droll:

Thanks Bethany. One hour for your show is absurdly short.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:59pm
Matt from Springfield:

Great show Bethany! Feel better soon!

I'm excited for the Marathon! Have a good night everyone!
  9:00pm
JakeGould:

I like this show. Now I said it. No more home remedy stuff. Just the facts. On topic.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:00pm
coelacanth:

Hi Bethany ,& all. Sorry i didn't check in earlier.'Been busy- but Great show! Thanks.
  Swag For Life Member 9:00pm
12539:

Thanks for another lovely hour, Bethany.
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steve:

great show!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- beautiful & interesting - as ever DJ BR.
  Swag For Life Member 9:01pm
12539:

and feel better.
  9:01pm
P-90:

Alzo@Matt, re: Dayquil-used to have pseudoephedrine, like Sudafed. Taking it w/ booze accellerates absoption of the speed by causing it to pass into your system faster & harder. Alcohol also does this for many things including aspirin, so the original Nyquil formula had like 25-30 % alcohol, the better to knock you out with. (Remember the "shot-glass"- style cap that you measured your dose in? = a lot of booze at that proof!) Other cold remedies lime Cheracol cough syrup were even stronger (note the name: cherry syrup [soothing] + alcohol [you know] = less throat pain and a little buzz, so you didn't care anyway.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01pm
coelacanth:

Ester C & zinc picolinate.
  9:01pm
P-90:

Thanks Bethany, feel better soon!
  9:01pm
bngolde:

I sort of like the congested sound, B! Get well, nevertheless!
  9:02pm
JakeGould:

I don’t like Ester C anymore. More like, “C” you next Tuesday, Ester.
  9:03pm
Ester:

Oh, you're so sweet!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:04pm
Matt from Springfield:

Thanks P-90! I figured the alcohol would break up the active ingredients into solution, but I guess the rocket-fueled absorption is the more sensible explanation. Cheracol--I've heard stories from long ago about that one!
  9:05pm
JakeGould:

I made movies of you Auny Ester. www.youtube.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:05pm
davex:

Enjoyed that and learned a lot Bethany - thanks and get well! Und einen schönen Abend noch allerseits.
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