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Episode #3129

A New Look at the Four Seasons, Pt. 2

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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Our look at the Four Seasons continues on this New Sounds, with the companion program to last night, geared towards the non-violin centered works that have used the Four Seasons as their launch pad.  Again, these are works inspired by the Vivaldi work, including music from an electronic version by Wendy Carlos, a piece by Danish-born, Brooklyn-based saxophonist Rene Mogensen, plus Japanese flute improvisations, and many more.

PROGRAM #3129, The Four Seasons, New Music-Style Part 2 (First aired on 10/20/2010)

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Philip Glass; London Philharmonic cond. by Marin Alsop; Robert McDuffie, violin

Glass: Violin Concerto No.2 - The American Four Seasons

Philip Glass: Violin Concerto No.  2 "The American Four Seasons": finale

Orange Mountain Music 0072
www.orangemountainmusic.com

Tosha Suiho, shinobue

4 Seasons In Kyoto

Kai-Ho, Summer [7:57]

D/83 Denon LPs
Out of print.

Ethnic Heritage Ensemble

Three Gentlemen of Chicago

Moving Of Seasons [6:25]

Moers Music momu 01076 LP
Out of print.

Rene Mogensen

Five Seasons

Winter Waves II [15:57]

Private CD; info available at: www.myspace.com/ReneMogensen

Wendy Carlos

Sonic Seasonings - Disc 1

Fall, excerpt [15:00]

East Side Digital 81372
Info at www.wendycarlos.com
Out of print, but try Amazon.com

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