ALLE PLAYLISTS van 4’33” ZOMEREDITIE AUGUSTUS 2021

Playlist # 18 – 25.8.2021

  1. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750) – Cello Suite #6, BWV 1012 (rec. 1994 – Yo-Yo Ma– Inspired By Bach: The Cello Suites)
  2. IGOR STRAVINSKY (1882 – 1971) – Agon (Contest), Ballet for Twelve Dancers (rec. 1957 – South West German Radio Symphony Orchestra cond. by Hans Rosbaud – A Revolution In Sound : Pop Culture And The Classical Avant-Garde)
  3. JOHN CAGE (1912 – 1992) – Cartridge Music (rec. 1962 – John Cage & David Tudor – Lollipops)
  4. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770 – 1827) – Violin Concerto, op 61 (rec. 2010 – Isabelle Faust & Orchestre Mozart cond. by Claudio Abbado – Alban Berg et Ludwig van Beethoven : Concertos Pour Violon)
  5. OUM KALTHOUM (1898 or 1904 – 1975) – Al Nil (rec. 1949 – Diva Of Arab Music)
  6. HEITOR VILLA-LOBOS (1887 – 1959) – Suite Populaire Bresilienne – Choros # 1 (rec. 1997 –Fabio Zanon – Obra Completa Heitor Villa-Lobos Para Violão Solo)

Playlist # 17 – 18.8.2021

  1. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685-1750) – Cello Suite #5, BWV 1011 (rec. 1991 – Mstislav Rostropovich – Cello-Suiten)
  2. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685 – 1750) – Markus Passion, Zweite Teil, BWV 248 (rec. 2018 – La Capella Reial De Catalunya et Le Concert Des nations cond. by Jordi Savall – Markus Passion, BWV 248 – 1744)
  3. PHILIP GLASS (1937) – Quartet #4, ‘Buczak’ (rec. 1993 – Kronos Quartet Performs Philip Glass)
  4. SARASEHAN KRAWITAN SURAKARTA – Gênding: Danaraja (slendro sanga) (rec. 1992 – Sarasehan Krawitan Surakarta cond. by Mlayawidada K. Widadanagara – Chamber Music Of Central Java)

Playlist # 16 – 11.8.2021

  1. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685 – 1750)- Cello Suite #4, BWV 1010 (rec. 2019 – Emmanuele Bertrand -Complete Cello Suites)
  2. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685 – 1750) – Markus Passion, Erste Teil, BWV 248 (rec. 2018 – La Capella Reial De Catalunya et Le Concert Des nations, cond. by Jordi Savall – Markus Passion, BWV 248 – 1744)
  3. EDWARD ELGAR (1857 – 1934) – Cello Concerto, op. 35 (rec. 1945 – Pablo Casals and the BBC Symphony Orchestra cond. by Sir Adrian Boult – Portrait)
  4. TIANJIN BUDDHIST MUSIC ENSEMBLE – Xingdao Zhang (Movement For Practising The Way) (rec. 1993 – Buddhist Music Of Tianjin)

Playlist # 15 – 4.8.2021

  1. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685 – 1750) – Cello Suite #3, BWV 1009 (rec. 2007 – Jean-Guihen Queyras – Cello Suites)
  2. BRUNO MADERNA (1920 – 1973) – Notturno For Tape (rec. 1956 – A Revolution In Sound : Pop Culture And The Classical Avant-Garde)
  3. EDGAR VARÈSE (1885 – 1965) – Octandre, for Eight Instruments (rec. 1959 – L’ Orchestre Du Domaine Musical cond. by Pierre Boulez – A Revolution In Sound : Pop Culture And The Classical Avant-Garde)
  4. ERIK SATIE (1866 – 1925) – Les Trois Valses Distinguées du Precieux Dégouté (rec. 1962 – Aldo Ciccolini – A Revolution In Sound : Pop Culture And The Classical Avant-Garde)
  5. JEAN SIBELIUS (1865 – 1957) – The Tempest: Incidental Music, op. 109b & c (rec. 1955 – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra cond. by Sir Thomas Beecham Bart – A Revolution In Sound : Pop Culture And The Classical Avant-Garde)
  6. BENJAMIN BRITTEN (1913 – 1975) – Four Sea Interlude From ‘Peter Grimes’, op. 33a – (rec. 1956 – London Philharmonic Orchestra cond. by Sir Adrian Boult – A Revolution In Sound : Pop Culture And The Classical Avant-Garde)
  7. FREDERICK BRADNUM (1920 – 2001), DAPHNE ORAM (1925 – 2003) & DESMOND BRISCOE (1925 – 2006) – Private Dreams & Public Nightmares (‘A Radiophonic Poem’) – (rec. 1957 – BBC Radiophonic Workshop, with an introduction by Donald McWhinnie – A Revolution In Sound : Pop Culture And The Classical Avant-Garde)
  8. JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH (1685 – 1750) – Brandenburg Concerto #1, BMW 1046 (rec. 2007, Orchestra Mozart, cond. by Claudio Abado – Brandenburg Concertos 1–6 )
  9. ARNOLD SCHOENBERG (1974 -1951) – Three Piano Pieces, op. 11- I (rec. 1958 – Glenn Gould – A Revolution In Sound : Pop Culture And The Classical Avant-Garde)