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June 2, 2014: A440, Op. 3, No. 1 Season Opener! A Deep but Dazzling Darkness
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|Artist||Track||Album||Label||Comments||Approx. start time|
|Igor Stravinsky||Fanfare for Two Trumpets (1964)||Recent Stravinsky Conducted by the Composer||0:00:00 (Pop‑up)|
|Igor Stravinsky||Movements for Piano and Orchestra (1959)||Recent Stravinsky Conducted by the Composer||Charles Rosen - piano||0:00:59 (Pop‑up)|
|(Radiohead)||A Meeting in the Aisles||0:13:34 (Pop‑up)|
|Heinrich Schütz||O bone, O dulcis, O benigne Jesu, SWV 53 (1625)||Cantiones sacrae, Op. 4||Dresden Chamber Choir||0:13:04 (Pop‑up)|
|James MacMillan||A Deep but Dazzling Darkness (2002)||Veni, Veni, Emmanuel||Challenge Classics||Netherlands Radio Chamber Philharmonic, the composer conducting. Gordan Nikolić - violin. From the composer: "I was fascinated to learn that the medieval patron saint of music, before the relatively recent adoption of St Cecilia, was Job. His suffering and trials may make him a somewhat unlikely candidate to modern minds, but it was Job's role of comforter to fellow sufferers that linked him with music in earlier times."||0:16:11 (Pop‑up)|
Music behind DJ:
Lindbergh Palace Hotel Suite
Royal Tenenbaums Soundtrack
|William Lawes||Set a 5 in A - Fantazy||Phantasm - Consort Setts||0:47:08 (Pop‑up)|
|Michel Pignolet de Montclair||Pan e Syrinx - Air / Symphonie||Cantates a une et deux voix, Book 2||0:51:00 (Pop‑up)|
|William Boyce||Trio Sonata No. 1 in A minor, II. Fuga, III. Allegro ma non troppo||0:52:13 (Pop‑up)|