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71. radiOM.org - San Francisco Chamber Music Society A Concert by the Francesco Trio (April 17, 1978) [1.410% Popularity: 0.00000]
San Francisco Chamber Music Society: A Concert by the Francesco Trio (April 17, 1978) Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 72 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA In a concert sponsored by the San Francisco Chamber Music Society, and originally recorded on April 17, 1978, violist John Graham joins the Francesco Trio in a performance of chamber works by Johannes Brahms, Earl Kim, and Antonín Dvořák. The Francesco Trio, a popular San Francisco Bay Area ensemble, consisted of David Abel on violin, Bonnie Hampton on cello, and Nathan Schwartz on piano. In this concert they perform a viola and piano sonata by Brahms, a piano trio by Earl Kim, and a piano quartet by Dvořák, thus proving their virtuosity at both contemporary and more tradtional compositions. Musical Selections: Sonata in F Minor, Op. 120, No. 1, for viola and piano (1894) (24:05) / Johannes Brahms -- Monologues, for piano trio (1976) (12:45) / Earl Kim -- Piano Quartet in E Flat, Op. 87 (1889) (34:42) / Antonín Dvořák Performers: Joh...
72. radiOM.org - Ode To Gravity Ode to Ben Amirkhanian: In honor of his 74th birthday, July 17, 1989 [1.302% Popularity: 0.00000]
Ode To Gravity: Ode to Ben Amirkhanian: In honor of his 74th birthday, July 17, 1989 Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 58 min Event Type: Other Finds Program Origin: KPFA Additional Media Files (click to view) Charles Amirkhanian with a special surprise program in honor of famous Armenian-American Army Majors born on July 17, 1915, (a.k.a. his father Benjamin). Benjamin Amirkhanian is an Armenian American who served during World War II, although he apparently had just enough time to marry and help conceive a child. Heard on this program are some of Benjamin’s favorite pieces of music, including “At the River” by Aaron Copland with lyrics by Robert Lowry, as well as other gems of American music by Charles Ives, Stephen Foster, and Duke Ellington. Fortunately for us this is the type of birthday celebration that anyone can enjoy. Musical Selections: Sonata No. 4 for Violin and Piano [excerpt] (ca. 1914-16) / Charles Ives -- Washington’s Birthday [excerpt from “The Holiday Symphony”] (1909-1913) / Charl...
73. radiOM.org - Other Minds Festival OM 22: Concert 1, Pacific Rim Centennials [1.266% Popularity: 0.00000]
Other Minds Festival: OM 22: Concert 1, Pacific Rim Centennials Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 122 min Event Type: Lecture and Panel Discussion Program Origin: Other Minds Additional Media Files (click to view) The 22nd Other Minds Festival was a special tribute to one of the most gifted and inspiring figures in the history of American classical music, Lou Harrison. In 2017 we celebrate his 100th birth anniversary with two very special concerts at the Mission Dolores Basilica in San Francisco. The first concert, Pacific Rim Centennials, was held on February 18th and paid tribute not just to Lou Harrison but to a fellow centenarian, Korean composer Isang Yun. Yun and Harrison knew and respected each other very much. Their work was previously celebrated together in 1987 on the occasion of their 70th birthdays thanks to conductor Dennis Russell Davies, then Music Director of the Cabrillo Festival. Davies worked with Other Minds this year to present the music of these two mavericks, both as performer...
74. radiOM.org - Ode To Gravity Soundscapes, Symphonies, & Sonatas [1.171% Popularity: 0.00000]
Ode To Gravity: Soundscapes, Symphonies, & Sonatas Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 62 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA In this program, Charles Amirkhanian plays an an eclectic mix of field recordings from Africa and the San Francisco Bay Area, interspersed with the first movement from a piano sonata by Mendelssohn, an early work by Roy Harris entitled “Symphony for Voices on Poems of Walt Whitman”, as well as a Sonatina for cello and piano by Bernard Wagenaar, and sound poetry by Diter Rot and Emmett Williams The Westminster Choir performs the Harris work which is conducted by John Finley Williamson, while Bernard Wagenaar’s “Sonatina for Cello and Piano”, is performed by cellist Naoum Benditzky and the composer on piano. Musical Selections: [excerpt of pre-circumcision dance music of the Diola of Senegal] -- [excerpt of children’s hunting call & drums announcing death of tribe member of the Topoke people of the Congo] -- Procession Music [from “Ceremony of Us”] / Charles Amirkhanian --...
75. radiOM.org - New Music from Cal Arts James Tenney: Composer and Performer [1.140% Popularity: 0.00000]
New Music from Cal Arts: James Tenney: Composer and Performer Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 89 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA Ingram Marshall introduces performances and compositions by James Tenney, American composer, pianist and conductor. Tenney, who died in 2006, was the cofounder and director of the New York City based, Tone Roads Ensemble, and was an important member of the avant-garde scene in the 1960s and 70s. Between 1961 and 1964 he was the resident composer at Bell Labs where he became one of the first to experiment with digital synthesis and computer music. Later in his career he focused on composing for acoustic instruments and taught musical composition at CalArts where he influenced a new generation of composers. According to music critic Kyle Gann, when John Cage was asked in 1989 whom he would wish to study with if he were a young man today his answer was “James Tenney”. Part 1 of 2: Musical Selections: Sonata No. 2 for Piano “Concord Sonata” (1916-19, rev. 1920s-40...
76. radiOM.org - The Life and Music of Elie Siegmeister [1.110% Popularity: 0.00000]
The Life and Music of Elie Siegmeister Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 135 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA In a recording made on March 24, 1972 and first broadcast on July 31st of that year, Charles Amirkhanian interviews composer Elie Siegmeister and his wife Hannah, while also playing a wide assortment of Siegmeister’s music. Known for his interest in American music and the plight of the working class, Siegmeister has written art songs, operas, musicals, and film scores, as well as a wide variety of orchestral and chamber works. In this delightful interview Siegmeister disputes Amirkhanian’s attempt to divide his career into an early Americana phase and a later period dedicated to more experimental and abstract music, saying that while certain works may emphasize one aspect more than the other both themes are generally present in all his music. An active composer since at least the 1930s Siegmeister knew many of the great American composers of his time and provides ente...
77. radiOM.org - San Francisco Chamber Music Society A Concert of Music from France (January 10, 1977) [0.978% Popularity: 0.00000]
San Francisco Chamber Music Society: A Concert of Music from France (January 10, 1977) Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 78 min Event Type: Music Program Origin: KPFA Pianist Janet Guggenheim organized this unique tribute to 20th century Gallic masters. Works heard included a little known sonata for trumpet and cello by Yves Chardon, Maurice Ravel’s “Piano Sonatine”, Marcel Delannoy’s “Rapsodie”, Jean Françaix’s sonata for trumpet and piano, and Vincent d’ Indy’s “Trio” for clarinet, cello, and piano. The concert, which was sponsored by the San Francisco Chamber Music Society was recorded on January 10, 1977, at the Fireman’s Fund Theater in San Francisco. The performers, all noted Bay Area musicians, were Janet Guggenheim on piano, Laurie McGaw on trumpet, Robert Sayre, cello, and Donald Carroll on saxophone and clarinet. Part 1 of 2: Musical Selections: Sonata, Op. 21, for trumpet and cello (1958) (14:51) / Yves Chardon -- Piano Sonatine (1903-05) (10:21) / Maurice Ravel -- Rapsodie, for trumpet, ...
78. radiOM.org - Morning Concert Leo Ornstein: An 88th Birthday Tribute [0.892% Popularity: 0.00000]
Morning Concert: Leo Ornstein: An 88th Birthday Tribute Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 133 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA Additional Media Files (click to view) Charles Amirkhanian celebrates the 88th birthday of American composer Leo Ornstein with a special program devoted to his music. Born in Kremenchug Russia, on December 11, 1892, (or Dec. 2, 1893) he moved to the United States in 1907. His antics as a pianist, including his introducing to concert audiences around 1910 a brand of composing previously unknown, brought him a reputation as a fiery radical of the keyboard. His experiments in percussive sonorities and dissonance presaged those of Bartok, Cowell, and Antheil. But by 1927 he had retired due to nervous exhaustion brought on by an overwhelming concert schedule. He later founded a music school in Philadelphia bearing his own name and taught such future notables as Berkeley, California composer Andrew Imbrie. At the time of this program he continued to compose...
79. radiOM.org - Holy, Holy, Holy: Antheil's Magic Lacunae [0.850% Popularity: 0.00000]
Holy, Holy, Holy: Antheil's Magic Lacunae Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 56 min Event Type: Documentary Program Origin: KPFA Additional Media Files (click to view) On April 10, 1927, George Antheil's Ballet Mécanique, scored for multiple pianos and percussion (including airplane propellers and electric doorbells) was given its American premiere at Carnegie Hall. An exciting discovery by Mrs. George Antheil of Los Angeles and KPFA's Charles Amirkhanian sheds extraordinary light on the genius of Antheil's early music. Gathering dust on the shelves of Mrs. Antheil's archives has been a set of three player piano rolls of the Ballet Mécanique in its original longer version (longer than the 1953 revised version which is best-known and runs only about 17 minutes in performance). This document, realized mechanically by the Pleyela Company to Antheil's carefully notated specifications, conforms to the original 1924 version of the work and contains evidence of a musicologically significant rediscovery. Ant...
80. radiOM.org - Ode To Gravity Avant-Garde Music in the Netherlands [0.831% Popularity: 0.00000]
Ode To Gravity: Avant-Garde Music in the Netherlands Listen Item Type: Sound Recording Duration: 114 min Event Type: Interview and Music Program Origin: KPFA A fascinating visit with pianist Ton Hartsuiker and composer David Porcelijn, two prominent avant-garde figures in Holland and producers of that country’s nationwide weekly radio program, Musica Nova. Recorded January 15, 1974, in Hartsuiker’s home in The Hague, here is a lighthearted glimpse into the bowels of the obscure and little publicized aspects of experimental music in the Netherlands. Some of the most fascinating examples of Dutch composing are heard as well as Hartsuiker’s fishbowl and his Bechstein piano. (from KPFA Folio) Musical Selections: Plastic-Elastic (1970) (1:04) / Herman Damen -- Cocon [a.k.a. “Voices”] (1970) (8:56) / Herman Damen -- Monologue Machine (ca.1970) (5:47) / Herman Damen -- Hommage a Orff (1968) (6:00) / Herman Damen -- Sonatas and Interludes [excerpts] (1946-48) / John Cage -- Amoeba for X flutes (1968) / David Porcelij...
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