Strange Sounds VII – Classical Edition
Written by Karl Freitag on April 10, 2017
This episode of Strange Sounds takes a different approach! We listen to some classical Music! From Portland born Lou Harrison to Bach on Moog synthesizers (by the artist performing in many Stanley Kubrick productions) we have a taste of various approaches to classical music, all on vinyl.
I hope you enjoy!
I apologize for the unexpected skip in the 3rd movement of Bach and forgetting to mention some details of pieces. See below for a full-fledged playlist listing!
Concerto for Violin and Percussion Orchestra - 1st movement: Allergro Maestoso
Lou Harrison, William Kraft conducting, Eudice Shapiro violin, LA Percussion Ensemble
Lou Harrison's Concerto for Violin and Percussion Orchestra etc.
Aaron Copland, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Aaron Copland conducting
Aaron Copland conducting his Appalachian Spring Boston Symphony Orchestra etc.
Dialogues for Jazz Combo and Orchestra - 1st movement: Allegro
The New York Philharmonic with the Dave Brubeck Quartet conducted by Leonard Bernstein
Bernstein Plays Brubeck Plays Bernstein
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 In G Major
No. 18 in D Major, Hungarian Dances
Johannes Brahms, Vienna Philharmonic, Claudio Abbado conducting
Brahms - 21 Ungarische Tänze etc.