Favoriting A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from October 13, 2014 Favoriting

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Favoriting October 13, 2014: A440, Op. 3, No. 16. Casella, Berkeley, Panufnik & Villa-Lobos pay hommage to Debussy

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Sergei Prokofiev  String Quartet No. 1 in B Minor, Op. 50, I. Allegro   Favoriting String Quartets 1 & 2  Collins Classics    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
          0:15:25 (Pop-up)
Claude Debussy  12 Etudes: No. 9 Pour les notes Repetees, version for orchestra (1915)   Favoriting Debussy Complete Orchestral Works  Naxos  Orchestre National de Lyon  0:15:50 (Pop-up)
Alfredo Casella  Six Studies, Op. 70, IV. On Repeated Notes (1942)   Favoriting 9 Pieces / 6 Studies / 2 Ricercari  Naxos  Luca Ballerini, piano  0:18:24 (Pop-up)
Alfredo Casella  Six Studies, Op. 70, V. On Fifths (Hommage to Chopin No. 2) (1942)   Favoriting       0:21:40 (Pop-up)
Lennox Berkeley  3 Mazurkas, Op. 32, "Hommage a Chopin" I. Allegro   Favoriting Lennox Berkeley & Michael Berkeley Piano Music  Chandos  Margaret Fingehut, piano  0:22:48 (Pop-up)
Lennox Berkeley  3 Mazurkas, Op. 32, "Hommage a Chopin" II. Allegretto   Favoriting       0:25:21 (Pop-up)
Andrej Panufnik  Suita Polska, "Hommage a Chopin" (arr for flute & orchestra1966)   Favoriting       0:26:45 (Pop-up)
Hector Villa-Lobos  Hommage a Chopin, Paris 1949   Favoriting       0:30:15 (Pop-up)
          0:43:53 (Pop-up)
David Diamond  Night Music for Accordion & String Quartet   Favoriting       0:44:06 (Pop-up)
Marcel Tyberg  Piano Sonata No. 2, IV.   Favoriting     Fabio Bidini, piano  0:54:21 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...woo!: Latesurf Psychedelic Radio was smokin' tonight !
...back home for Bethany440 now - a rich & wonderful evening...
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In the house with Bethany and Prokofiev and RRN63.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...just a quartet - phenomenal...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:10pm

Hola Bethany!
  Swag For Life Member 8:10pm

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! I X Key !:

\I love this show!!!!!
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not so bad to have to go back over previous A440s!
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Bethany Ryker:

Hello all, and thanks for joining tonight!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

en.wikipedia.org... :
...'Alfredo entered the Conservatoire de Paris in 1896 to study piano under Louis Diémer and composition under Gabriel Fauré; in these classes, George Enescu and Maurice Ravel were among his fellow students. During his Parisian period, Claude Debussy, Igor Stravinsky, and Manuel de Falla were acquaintances, and he was in contact with Ferruccio Busoni, Gustav Mahler, and Richard Strauss as well.
Casella developed a deep admiration for Debussy's output after hearing Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune in 1898, but pursued a more romantic vein (stemming from Strauss and Mahler) in his own writing of this period, rather than turning to impressionism. His first symphony of 1905 is from this time, and it is with this work that Casella made his debut as a conductor when he led the symphony's premiere in Monte Carlo in 1908'...
Avatar 8:37pm

Hi All and Bethany, great music for soothing my ears after a great live rock xp
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Samson is the obvious choice for mascot!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Interesting to me being more familiar w/ Blues & Jazz (& Rawk) - that 'Classical' people 'rework(ed)' previous stuff in much the same way (?!)...
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the gallery is SO SWEET hehe congrats everyone
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Bethany Ryker:

I'm down with TEAM SAMSON!
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and a lot of composers were probably more rebellious towards life and creation than a lot of otherly musicians we found of
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Bethany Ryker:

As I was puitting this David Diamond piece into the playlist, it popped up as something that a DJ had played in the past. I looked it up, and it was Rix (!) This set is dedicated to his memory. Without him A440 might not have come to fruition. When I was just starting out, he played more 'classical' music than anyone else, and his shows gave me the signal that it was 'ok' to go into that territory and not be afraid of souning too conventional on a station such as FMU....thanks, Rix.
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or something like backstage talk: "oh, you cannot put think on that maestro playing that piece with those orchestra in that hall, can you imagine the impetus on that crazy flow of takts and ictus ?"
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sorry late hour 4 me / just thought of saying hi
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Joshua Bell was recently on PBS Newshour talking about playing in subway stations (Context)
- & how Not Applauding between Movements is actually a more recent thing - & people even sometimes demanded Beethoven repeat movements in his own time !...Also interesting looking up wigkey (wiki) about Villa-Lobos - a Brazillian - the intereaction of 'Classical' (/'Academic') music & 'Folk' musics - but of course it would be - in Stravinsky (Russian) - & anybody....
  Swag For Life Member 8:59pm

A lovely hour, Bethany. Thanks.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- Yes !

Thanks, Bethany!

i am watching this
with no sound and listening to this program. It is so very lovely
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