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Bach & Beyond (Music)

http://www.kzmu.org/show/bach-and-beyond/

Hosted by the Moab Music Festival’s production team, founder Michael Barrett, Executive Director Laura Brown and MMF outreach genius, Erin Groves, along with MMF's newest addition and multi-instrumentalist Bobby Hollahan, this musical adventure will take the tone of the festival itself: Music in concert with the landscape. Hear what epic beauty composed of the wild sounds like, every other Sunday night. On one Sunday a month, Bach and Beyond celebrates the music of soundtrack scores with DJ Majesty. Tune in for a thematic soundtrack surprise!

Sun May 20th 2018 5.00pm–7.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: mountain

5:08pm

Er-Gene Kahng, Janácek Philharmonic & Ryan Cockerham “Violin Concerto No. 1 in D Major: III. Allegro”
from Florence Price: Violin Concertos (Albany Records)

5:12pm

Tyshawn Sorey “Josephine Baker: A Portrait, Blackbird”
from Ojai Music Festival 2016 (unknown)

5:30pm

Matmos “Snails and Lasers for Patricia Highsmith”
from The Rose Has Teeth In the Mouth of a Beast (Matador)

5:36pm

Else Marie Pade “Syv Cirkler (1958)”
from Electronic Works 1958-1995 (Important Records 2014)

5:51pm

Natalie Braginsky “i listened to a corelli slow movement 300 times and then made this”
from 2016 (natalie braginsky)

5:53pm

San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Mark Shapiro, & Vance George “Atlas, Act III: Other Worlds Revealed”
from Voices 1900/2000 (DELOS)

6:00pm

IRIS Chamber Orchestra, Michael Stern, & Nexus “Rituals for 5 Percussionists and Orchestra: 1. Invocation”
from Zwilich: Violin Concerto - Rituals (Naxos)

6:11pm

Matana Roberts “always say your name / nema nema nema”
from Coin Coin Chapter Three: River Run Thee (Constellation Records)

6:20pm

Pauline Oliveros “Grains”
from The Roots of the Movement (hatOLOGY 1988)

6:38pm

Stephen Scott “Minerva's Web” (new albion records)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.