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Sunday, May 06, 2012

Room to think. (David Garland/WNYC)

Sometimes it feels like the swirling currents of current events are pushing and pulling us off course. We need a haven from the tumult; a quiet place to go. We need to find room to think. Music can be that place. David Garland offers pieces by Max Richter, Carl Orff, Pete Seeger, Kitty Brazelton, and anonymous music from centuries ago, which might clear your mind, and stimulate it, providing room to think.

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Comments [6]

David Garland

Here's the playlist, showing Composer-Song/Piece-Performer (where applicable)-Album-Label:

Max Richter - infra/journey - Infra - Fatcat (this piece aired from 8 pm until 8:25 pm)

Carl Orff, Gunild Keetman - Lieder Und Spielst├╝cke - Karl Peinkofer Percussion Ensemble - Orff: Schulwerk, Vol. 1: Musica Poetica - Celestial Harmonies

Pete Seeger - Turn, Turn, Turn - iTunes

Kitty Brazelton - Motet - Ecclesiastes: a Modern Oratorio - Innova

Anonymous - Voi ch'amate, Or piangiamo - La Reverdie - Laude di Sancta Maria - Arcana

May. 07 2012 08:43 AM
Zahid

Definitely need a playlist.

May. 06 2012 09:01 PM
robert

What was the last piece played? Is there a playlist online?

May. 06 2012 08:59 PM
Pbklyn

I was buying into the theme of this show and really enjoying it until this Turn, Turn Turn medlley. Honestly this is creating more static in my head than if the Byrds version were played just once. Why play 2 versions of one song to 'clear out the static'? It seems to be making only more.

May. 06 2012 08:43 PM
kelly

The music at 8:15-8:20 time Sunday May 6 is incredible. What is this?

May. 06 2012 08:28 PM
s minot from 10011

what is the wonderful playing now at 8;15...20 PM sunday?
thank you !

May. 06 2012 08:20 PM

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