Favoriting Miniature Minotaurs with Kurt Gottschalk: Playlist from March 19, 2012 Favoriting

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"I fancy him at the court of Minos, anxious to know what sort of unmentionable monster the Minotaur may be, whether he is as frightful as all that or perhaps charming?" - Albert Camus (Visit homepage.)

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Favoriting March 19, 2012: Requia (Fill-in for Bethany's A440)
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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Eberhard Blum  Requiem for flute solo   Favoriting Works for Flute and Piano  hat HUT  1992  CD  Composed by Kazuo Fukushima in 1956   
Swingle II  A-Ronne (part 6)   Favoriting A-Ronne / Cries of London  London  1990  CD  Composed by Luciano Berio in 1974; This recording first released in 1976  0:04:44 (Pop-up)
Berliner Philharmoniker conducted by Sir Simon Rattle  Plusieurs Oiseaux des arbres de Vie ("Some birds in the trees of Life")   Favoriting Éclairs sur l'au-delà…  EMI Classics  2004  CD  Composed by Olivier Messiaen, 1987-91.  0:13:41 (Pop-up)
Ithica College Concert Choir with members of the Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Robert Craft, conductor  Requiem Cantcles (excerpt)   Favoriting The Essential Igor Stravinsky  Columbia / Legacy  2003  CD  Composed by Igor Stravinsky 1965-66, Recorded in 1966.  0:16:07 (Pop-up)
György Kurtág  selections from Jatekok   Favoriting Jatekok (Games) and Bach Transcriptions  ECM  1997  CD  Composed by György Kurtág  0:19:48 (Pop-up)
Gregory Spears and ensemble  Prelude and Requiem aeternam   Favoriting Requiem  New Amsterdam Records  2011  CD  Composed by Gregory Spears  0:29:24 (Pop-up)
The Chiara String Quartet  Lamentation   Favoriting Triptych  New Voice Singles  2002  CD  Composed by Robert Sirota (2001)  0:39:09 (Pop-up)
Robert Moran / Philip Blackburn  Requiem For A Requiem   Favoriting Trinity Requiem  Innova  2011  CD  Philip Blackburn's remix of Robert Moran's Trinity Requiem (Commemorating the 10th Anniversary of September 11, 2001)  0:48:17 (Pop-up)
Lisa Moore and So Percussion  Estragos de la guerra (Ravages of war)   Favoriting Caprichos Enfaticos  Cantaloupe Music  2011  CD  Composed by Martin Bresnick. Recorded in 2009.  0:57:26 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Mike East:

Wait...what day is it?
Richard from Venezuela:

Nice surprise. Greetings Kurt.

That gif sure is big, but why isn't it animated?
Mark T in VT:

this actually tripped me out and made me check if it was Friday,,,,for a second or few there.
Katherine in Seattle:

We are only flowers, mere flowers
Avatar 8:09pm

Hello everyone
Richard from Venezuela:

from wfmu's twitter: WFMU is about to be knocked out of this best non-commercial radio contest. Dont let it happen! Log in / listen at http://t.co/SBTjOozv

everyone listen from http://t.co/SBTjOozv! lets do this!
Mark T in VT:

The non-com radio contest thing is silly. Who benefits from such a thing?
Mitten John:

Nice show tonight, KG, thanks!

@Mark, anything that's going to lead to more press and attention to wfmu is a good thing... clearly a lot of people are participating in this, so it could potentially lead to more listeners, which could lead to more donations, which is a significant thing for a station run on a shoestring budget.
Avatar 8:49pm

steve, certainly it'd be nice if it benefited the station, but - and i am only speaking for myself here - i really dislike the "battle of the bands" approach. i love lots of radio stations and in now way do i feel in competition with them.
Richard from Venezuela:

Agreed Steve.
Mike East:

I support the radio competition because I think it would make Ken happy...and that guy is cool.

thats a good point KG. but its all in good fun, and anything i can do thats completely painless that might benefit the cultural institution of WFMU, im happy to do.
Avatar 8:54pm

well, i am and we are certainly happy to have your support, steve.

Surprise! Monday night minitarz
Katherine in Seattle:

Beautiful. Thank you, Kurt.

Thanks, Kurt.
Richard from Venezuela:

Terrific set. Thanks Kurt.
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