#72 Modern-Day Moonlighters

Philip Glass is arguably the most famous plumber, mover and cab driver ever to work in New York. While not every example is that extreme, there are quite a few composers with day jobs – multitalented people, that advocate for their fellow composers, write, work in radio or have a Ph.D in neuroscience.

Tune in to listen to their works, and to find out what’s up with the elephants.

Hosted by Seth Boustead
Produced by Jesse McQuarters

John Duffy – Clarinet Concerto
Performed by JoAnn Falletta and the Virginia Arts Festival Wind Ensemble with Patti Ferrell Carlson

Kyle Gann – Sunken City, (mvt. 1, Before)
Performed by Jussi Jaatinen and the Orkest de Volharding with Geoffrey Douglas Madge

Dave Soldier – Little Andre 
Performed by Robert Dick

Ed Harsh – Trill
Performed by the Cecilia String Quartet

Frank J. Oteri – Fair and Balanced? (mvt. 1, Remaining Neutral, and mvt. 2, Seeming Partial)
Performed by PRISM Saxophone Quartet

William Susman – I (mvt. 1, Vitality and mvt. 3, triumph)
Performed by Octet

Dan Gilliam – The Trees are Silver
Performed by the Arsenal Trio

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