Options A440 / Stochastic Hit Parade with Bethany Ryker: Playlist from October 4, 2016 Options

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Options October 4, 2016: A440, Op. 4, No 4: Revealed: A piece I obsessed about so much last spring I spent over an hour at Staples attempting to print the score.

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Pablo Ortiz  Trois tangos en marge, for string trio: I. Corn alone just won't do   Options Zebra String Trio  0:00:00 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Glenn Kotche  Ping Pong Fumble Thaw (2014)   Options performed by Brooklyn Rider  0:05:36 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Paul Lansky  Etudes and Parodies, III. Call Me (2007)   Options Brentano String Quartet with William Purvis, horn  0:13:02 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Bohuslav Martinů   Sextet in E-flat major H. 174, Blues - Divertimento No. 2 (1929)   Options Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet and Marion Rhinehard, piano  0:15:41 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Leoš Janácek   Capriccio for Piano Left Hand and Wind Ensemble (1926)   Options Czech Philharmonic Chamber Ensemble  0:18:44 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
      0:32:29 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Antonín Dvořák  String Quartet No. 13 in G major, Op. 106 (1895)   Options Pavel Haas String Quartet  0:32:45 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
      0:46:41 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Antonio Vivaldi  L'Estro Armonico, Op. 3, Concerto No. 8 in A minor for two violins and strings, RV 522 (1710)   Options Daniel Hope and Simos Papas - violins, Kammerorchester Basel Michael Talbot  0:46:48 (MP3 | Pop‑up)
Frank Martin  Ballade for seven wind instruments, timpani, percussion, and string orchestra (1949)   Options Members of the London Philharmonic  0:53:18 (MP3 | Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  8:01pm P-90:

Good Evening Professor Ryker
Avatar 8:02pm Bethany Ryker:

Ciao, P-90!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:05pm Tome:

this is nice always enjoy your show !
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:05pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...when Green Hornet's sidekick orders Italian - that's Pizzicato...
  8:05pm JakeGould:

Hey! What’s up?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06pm Dave in Vermont:

I like to listen when you are on live, not just archivally. Thanks.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:06pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...no, hold the archivallies...
Avatar 8:07pm Bethany Ryker:

Vermont! In real time - I agree - is the most fun. Connects all of us on this here page. However (!) archives are amazing to have...we can't survive with out them. And Europe....they tend to sleep at this hour!
Avatar 8:08pm Bethany Ryker:

@Rev Rabbit - Pizzicatto - good one!
Avatar 8:08pm slugluv1313:

good evening Bethany! so happy to hear you here on WFMU again!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:09pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

efd (reportedly): 'Archives are like mixtapes w/ talking.' I listen to podcasts when out & about tho' - which is about the same...
  8:09pm g:

praise dog!! bethany is back on the air!
  8:13pm Joe stalvey:

Was the upstate venue Maverick?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:16pm Dave in Vermont:

wool socks on for putzing and reading for the first time this season
Avatar 8:17pm Bethany Ryker:

The Brooklyn Rider performance where they played Glenn Kotche's piece was Tannery Pond Concerts, a smaller enterprise than Maverick (which is amazing, by the way.) Checked the location - the New Yorker listed the GPS coordinates - first time I've ever seen that!:
Tannery Pond Concerts
42.453106 Longitude: -73.380611
New Lebanon, NY 12125
Avatar 8:19pm Jack Scheff:

Always super cool to hear Martinů... thanks Bethany! And hi everyone!
Avatar 8:21pm Bethany Ryker:

Martinů - bit of an oddball; love so much of what he wrote; collisions of traditional forms and modern influences. Glad you like it, Jeff!
  8:22pm P-90:

Martinu in 1929 sounded a lot like some of the things L. Bernstein would do decades later
Avatar 8:22pm Bethany Ryker:

I've been away - fill me in, what does the radio icon mean? My guess was that it was it meant that the listener was listening via our terrestial FM frequencies, but we wouldn't be reaching the wool sock domain of Vermont ;)
  8:24pm Joe stalvey:

Have been wanting to see something at either venue for a while. There are actually too many cool choices in upstate for about 70 days each summer. Really enjoying your show tonight.
  8:25pm P-90:

radio icon = swag-for-life subscriber
And signed in
Avatar 8:25pm Jack Scheff:

come to think of it that was also pretty "oddball"...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:27pm Dave in Vermont:

current bed is great, pleasurable, invigorating
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:27pm unpopularfred:

Paul Wittgenstein is the left-handed pianist in question
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:29pm Linda Lee:

Bethany! still have the beautiful postcard you sent up here to the mountains a while ago. still love hearing you. thank you for the music dear!
  8:30pm rynac:

Left hand? are you referring to Leon Fleisher? He lost use of his right hand in the '60s and focused on left-hand repertoire. He regained use of his right hand in the 1990s.
Avatar 8:35pm Bethany Ryker:

Left hand pianist who had many compositions dedicated to him was indeed Paul Wittgenstein, thanks @unpopularized for jogging my memory. He lost his right arm in WWI.

Good amount of info at en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:35pm coelacanth:

greetings Bethany and others
  8:36pm P-90:

I grew up loving Dvorak, he's remained a fave throgh every stage of my music-listener life. I find I can indeed listen to his pieces again and again...
  8:38pm Mrs P.:

Hello Bethany. So wonderful. Thank you for introducing me to the music of Martinu.
Avatar 8:40pm Bethany Ryker:

trying to keep up with comments!
Dave in Vermont - that is Mark Mothersbaugh from the Royal Tenenbaums Soundtrack, one of my faves!
Linda - so glad you liked the postcard!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Bravissimo, big time.
Avatar 8:48pm Jack Scheff:

This sounds way fresher than 1711 ^^
Avatar Swag For Life Member 8:51pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Greetings, 440-style!
Avatar 8:52pm Bethany Ryker:

It does, doesn't it, Jack....was actually 1710, I made a typo on the playlist and have since fixed it. Fortunately that piece hasn't been taken over by a jewelry commercial like so many of Vivaldi's other works (so far as I know!)
Avatar 8:58pm Bethany Ryker:

Thanks for tuning in, y'all.
If you want to get an Analog Text Message, send your mailing address to me bethany (at) wfmu (dot) org. See you next week!
Avatar 8:59pm Jack Scheff:

np! Now trying to think of what sort of commercial might actually use that piece...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:01pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

TY !
  9:12pm katharsis:

thanks for your show. I want to identify a piece of piano music I have a recording of. maybe you can help?
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