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Prelude to the weekend (Classical)
Fri Jun 22nd 2018 4.00pm–6.00pm
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Time zone: pacific
Tetris and Tchaikovsky of course! Terrific!!
5:56pm Ria (host)
Thanks :) Glad to know you enjoyed the show, hope you enjoy the last song, and see you next time!
Kind regards to you Ria!!
Great pieces of music!! It's a treat they were featured in video games! Thanks for another excellent theme!
5:06pm Ria (host)
Haha thanks :)
Video Game Music Show edition of Prelude To The Weekend! Brilliant!!
Nice interview! Well done!
Oh Haywood hyphenate Carter. Oh bother. Sorry. My brain is over. VR seems overwhelming.
4:28pm Ria (host)
You're welcome, it's a really interesting interview, and gaming is part of the future of classical music too :)
Nice! Thanks! You said Haywood's name several times and when trying to recall what it was, i was blank. Looking up info now. Interesting.
4:18pm Ria (host)
Of course it will :)
Hope the interview information will be added to the playlist or chat.
4:12pm Ria (host)
Good day to you too!
Good day Ria!
Marcus Ullmann, Martin Snell, Miriam Allan, Anne Buter, Gewandhaus Chamber Choir, Morten Schuldt-Jensen & Leipzig Chamber Orche “Requiem In D Minor, K. 626 (completed F.X. Sussmayr): Sequentia”
composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
from Mozart: Requiem CD Album (Naxos 2005)
James Galway, flute; Marisa Robles, harp; Graham Oppenheimer, viola; The Chamber Orchestra of Europe and James Galway “Clair de lune”
composed by Claude Debussy
from Music of Debussy CD Album (RCA 1986)
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