Playlists

Live Constructions playlist for 07/31/2011

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Narine Atamian

31 July Sarah Bernstein and Satoshi Takeishi came into WKCR for "Live Constructions." Sarah and Satoshi played a beautiful set, made up of many of the pieces on their new cd, "Unearthish." Sarah and Satoshi also spoke about upcoming shows and projects.

For more on Sarah's solo music and her other projects, please check out www.sarahbernstein.com.

Across 110th Street playlist for 07/30/2011

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Kevin "(the) Magu...

Saturday Night at the Opera playlist for 07/30/2011

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Katie Salmon

1. Romeo Et Juliette. Soloists: Olga Borodina; Thomas Moser; Alastair Miles. Sir Colin Davis conducts the Vienna Philharmonic, and the chorus is the Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks.

The Hip Hop Show playlist for 07/29/2011

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Emily Lemonier

The Early Music Show playlist for 07/29/2011

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Anneke Dunbar-Gronke

During the final hour of today's program, we heard from Anna Song, the artistic director and co-founder of the all-female, early music chorus In Mulieribus from Portland, Oregon. We will be talking about the challenges of directing, the process of finding and augmenting music for an all-female choir, collaboration with composers and we will hear some live recordings of In Mulieribus.

Out to Lunch playlist for 07/29/2011

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Kevin "(the) Magu...

Afternoon Classical playlist for 07/29/2011

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Mark Micchelli

Bach Hour playlist for 07/29/2011

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Hannah Rubashkin

Art Waves playlist for 07/29/2011

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Eric "The Wind" I...

Interview with Zak Smith (b. 1976) about his book "Pictures Showing What Happens on Every Page of Thomas Pynchon's Novel 'Gravity's Rainbow'". Other topics include "Gravity's Rainbow," painting, pornography, formalism, David Foster Wallace, Pink Floyd, and America's Finest City [San Diego]

Sonidos Colombianos playlist for 07/29/2011

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Sadys R. Espitia

Joe Arroyo Memorial Broadcast- "El Joe" passed away on July 26th at the age of 55, and known as one of the most beloved performers and composers of Colombian tropical music.