Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from July 21, 2014 Options

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Options July 21, 2014: A440 Op. 3, No. 7, A Clockwork Staccato

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Thüring Bräm (b. 1944)  Uhrwerk (1976)   Options Time Transcending  Oehms Classics  Daniel Dodds, violin  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Claude Debussy  12 Etudes: No. 9 Pour les notes Repetees (1915)   Options       0:17:35 (Pop‑up)
Michael Jarrell  3 Etudes de Debussy, No. 1 Pour les notes Repetees (1992)   Options ...prisme / incidences...  Aeon  Orchestre de  0:13:57 (Pop‑up)
Robert Schumann  Kreislerana, Op. 16 I. Ausserst bewegt (1838)   Options       0:20:18 (Pop‑up)
Eugene Ysaÿe  10 Preludes, No. 1 Unisons   Options       0:22:32 (Pop‑up)
Ilya Gringolts  Sonata Bachiana II. Fuga / IV. Presto (1997)   Options Hindemith / Schnittke / Gringolts    Ilya Gringolts, composer and violinist  0:25:03 (Pop‑up)
Henryk Wienawski  L'ecole Moderne, Op. 10 No. 4 Le Staccato   Options       0:27:58 (Pop‑up)
Louis Spohr  String Quartet No. 23 in E Major, Op. 82 No. 1, III. Scherzo-Allegro   Options   Naxos  Moscow Philharmonic Concertino String Quartet  0:35:56 (Pop‑up)
Maurice Ravel  Piano Trio in A minor, I. Modéré / IV. Final (1914)   Options     For those who want to follow along, here's the free domain FULL SCORE Itzhak Perelman - violin, Lynn Harrell - cello, Vladimir Ashkenazy - piano  0:40:42 (Pop‑up)
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Pablo de Sarasate  Caprice Basque, Op. 24   Options     Leonid Kogan - violin, Andrei Mytnik - piano  0:57:12 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 8:05pm Bethany Ryker:

8:00 pm like Clockwork
  Swag For Life Member 8:05pm 12539:

56 minutes and counting...
Avatar 8:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...hey!: it *is* called 'Time Transcending'...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:14pm listener james from westwood:

I almost drove under a lowering railroad barrier to get home for this show. Hit the Webstream seconds before it started!
Avatar 8:15pm ranjit:

wow, you weren't kidding about the repeating notes!
  8:16pm Robert:

That's what you get when the pianist has a tremor.
Avatar 8:17pm ranjit:

Or is playing in the back of a pickup truck on a gravel road...
Avatar 8:17pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...interesting as precursor to modern electronic sturf (sequencers?) w/ lotsa repeating patterns all sorts - if that's not too obvious (& perhaps even so)...
Avatar 8:18pm ranjit:

I saw Vicki Chow playing a Tristan Perich piece last night - she was machinegunning notes even faster than this piece. For almost an hour!
  8:19pm Robert:

Seriously, though, I wonder whether to do that you have to be able to move the finger that fast, or alternate adjacent fingers on the same key.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:20pm maestroso:

@Robert, alternate fingers is the way to go generally.
  8:20pm Robert:

Years ago I wondered whether the background to "We Belong" was done manually or synthetically, with its rapid repeating notes.
  8:21pm rynac:

How rare is it that the interpretation is better than the original?
Avatar 8:24pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...reminded (more 1st in this set) of Glass saying Ravi Shankar was a revelation when he told him that in Indian music every note gets equal emphasis...
  8:26pm Robert:

Maybe Indians were used to composing for & playing instruments where it's hard to vary the emphasis.
Avatar 8:28pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I dunno (?); the only time I fiddled w/ a sitar - it made my guitar seem a brick by comparison...maybe it's the trance/meditation tradition...
  8:32pm Robert:

I know what you mean, Bethany. It's like applauding at a movie -- for who, the projectionist?
  8:34pm Robert:

Actually for us listening to the radio or stream, it's like that all the time. It's not like I can get on here & give plaudits every time someone on WFMU pleases me, yet overall you people have brought me joy for years.
  8:43pm ccrides:

I just heard that Johnny Winter died last Wednesday!!!...drag!!...)O(...
  8:46pm ccrides:

I suppose there is 'nothing' we can do about 'it'!!!...:)O(:..
  8:48pm ccrides:

Bethany???...are you there??...)O(..
Avatar 8:51pm Bethany Ryker:

here, yes - and deep in the throes of updating playlist, had to take my eyes off the comments for a minute. Yes, sad news for sure. His music will live on!
  8:54pm rynac:

The Ravel seems as fresh as it must have 100 years ago. an amazing piece.
  8:56pm ccrides:

Thank you Bethany...I thought i was going crazy there...for a minute!!!...)O(...
  Swag For Life Member 8:57pm 12539:

Thanks, Bethany!
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