Music By Request playlist for October 10, 2020

Oct 10, 2020

big blue sky with IPR tower
Credit Gretchen Carr

Featured on today's program was Bright Blue Music from Michael Torke's Color Music Suite for Orchestra. The composition is associated withe Torke's synethesia which is a the perceptual phenomenon when one sensory or cognitive perception leads to another sensory or cognitive perception or simply said, a mingling of the senses.  A synesthete hears color, feels sounds, and tastes shapes. 

1.     Chen Gang and He Zhan Hoa, Butterfly Lovers Concerto, Gil Shaham, Singapoe Symphony Orchestra, Lan Shui

2.     Johann Sebastian Bach, Andante from Organ Sonata in E minor, Vikingur Olaffson

3.     Michael Torke, Bright Blue Music, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, David Zinman

4.     Agustin Bardi, Gallo di Ciego, Osvaldo Pugliese and his Orchestra

5.     John Adams, Chairman Dances, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle

6.     James, Lynam Molloy, Love’s Old Sweet Song, Nelson Eddy

7.     Ole Bull, A shepherd girl’s Sunday, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Leif Segerstam

8.     Francesco Cilea, Adriana Lecourvreur, Magda Olivero, Giulietta Simionata, Theater of San Carlo di Napoli Orchestra and Chorus, Mario Rossi

9.     Traditional Spiritual, Hush, Somebody’s Calling my Name, Kathleen Battle

10.  Johannes Brahms, Academic Festival Overture, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Marin Alsop

11.  Bedrich Smetana, Moldau, Maria Graff

12.  Eddie Van Halen, Spanish Fly, Eddie Van Halen

13.  Manuel de Falla, Seven Popular Spanish Songs, Jose Carreras, English Chamber Orchestra, Luciano Berio

14.  Morten Laurdisen, O Magnum Mysterium, Jeffrey Budin, The Bay Brass

15.  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Concert Aria Ch’io mi scordi de tie? Cecilia Bartoli, Andras Schiff, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Gyorgy Fischer

16.  W.A. Mozart, Oboe Quartet in F major, Douglas Boyd, Gabrielli String Quartet

17.  Gioachino Rossini, Overture Barber of Seville, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Charles Dutoit

18.  John Duarte, Joan Baez Suite, Sharon Isbin

19.  Hans Zimmer, Chevaliers De Sangreal, The DaVinci Code, Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

20.  Henry Cowell, American Melting Pot, Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, Richard Auldon Clark

21.  W.A. Mozart, excerpts from The Abduction from the Seraglio, Cornelius Hauptman, The Monteverdi Choir, The English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner