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- *Goners. Mazes. Moon Duo
- Shorts: In the Running. WNYC's Radiolab
- Cello Concerto No. 2. Cristóbal Halffter - Mstislav Rostropovich
- DS. EBenezer Obey
- Dream Songs. Left to His Own Devices. Eric Chasalow
- Five Pianos. Morton Feldman - Steffen Schleiermacher
- Offertorium, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra. Sofia Gubaidluina - Gidon Kremer, Boston Symphony Orchestra
- Hommage à T.S. Eliot
- Piano Concerto #2. Johannes Brahms - Claudio Arrau; Bernard Haitink: Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
- Music on the Floor. Michael Torke
- *The Varieties of Ambient Experience (or, Music for Staying in Bed) - A Wordless Music Mix. Percussion Lab Presents
- Night Fantasies. Elliott Carter - Charles Rosen
- Piano Sonata. Elliott Carter - Charles Rosen
- Clarinet Concerto. Aaron Copland - Robert Plane, BBC National Orchestra of Wales
- Drone 17: The Music of Our Lives. Drown Download Project. Stephen Philips
Moon Duo is doing an in store at Aquarius Records in SF on Monday. The odds I can leave work early in Mountain View and be there by 6pm are around zero, unfortunately. Aquarius has this to say about Goners -- "a midtempo jam that makes it feel like you are walking into the perfect fadeout to an album which will remain playing in your head nonstop for quite some time"
For about 10 seconds, I thought I heard a fragment of Steve Reich's Drumming in the middle of this interesting podcast about a woman ultra-marathoner who battled epilepsy.
Hey, who let Brahms into my extra-long track playlist?
This is a 2 hour+ pod apparently no longer available. I remember for about two weeks where I thought podcasts were going to be the new blog. Towards the end of this podcast, it includes Ives' The Alcotts after rather interesting ambient instrumentals.
Uh oh, I don't like Rosen's versions of Carter works I've always liked.
I remember the Copland and I remember Drones but at some point last night, I apparently turned off my iPod