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Jul. 12 2015

Music From Movies 7-12-15

By Kati Harrison | Posted in Host Blogs, Music From Movies | 1 Comment

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We’ll embark on an adventure and exploration into music from the films of Stanley Kubrick. He was a real Classical Music fan and used so much of it in his films that it might take another few shows to cover it all!

 

Richard Strauss  Also Sprach Zarathustra: Opening: Delos 3225
COND Andrew Litton
ORCH Dallas Symphony Orchestra

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7:01 PM
Johann Strauss II             On the Beautiful Blue Danube: Waltz  Op DG/Archiv  1663
COND Seiji Ozawa
ORCH Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

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7:11 PM
Alex North                    Spartacus (love theme)                  London     7340
SOLO Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano

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7:15 PM
Franz Schubert                5 German Dances and 7 Trios with coda   RCA/BMG    60452
COND Vladimir Spivakov
ORCH Moscow Virtuosi

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7:31 PM
Franz Schubert                Piano Trio No. 2: Second Movement Op 99 Philips    412620
ORCH Beaux Arts Trio

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7:41 PM
Dmitri Shostakovich           Jazz Suite No.2                         London     433702
COND Riccardo Chailly
ORCH Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
 

Kati Harrison

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Kati is WBJC's Operations Director and weekend host. Her full bio can be read here.

One Response to Music From Movies 7-12-15

  • JAS says:

    Now, why not play the original overture that North wrote for 2001, but which Kubrick didn’t use? That would have been an more unusual choice. (You can hear North trying to imitate Strauss, without actually copying him.)

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