Stone Cold Lampin’ #15
March 10, 2016
I’m trying to figure out a way to combine western classical music with international music and from that structure a 4-hour program. I like playing classical music. It’s up in the farthest uppermost corner of the library. Most of it isn’t registered in the library. It seems neglected. I dust it off and try to learn about it. I like the sound of classical music, and the great performances, and I find much of the same qualities in the music of other cultures. I like hearing them together.
Hour 1: Starts at 9:55 so you get a few minutes of Fox Populi. The first hour’s program starts in Greece, then Irish Violin, Indian violin, Schubert songs, Burmese songs, and Turkish songs.
Hour 2: Terry Riley, LaMonte Young, African songs.
Hour 3: Lou Harrison, John Cage, Darius Milhaud.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Hour 4: Mozart Chamber Music, Stravinsky Ballet, Xenakis.
Each mp3 is 70 minutes long and starts a few minutes before the hour, and ends a few minutes after.
Streams will be available until March 24.
Streams via kfjc.org.