#147 Dial Tones

RT calls up our radio and podcasting friends around the world to find out what new music they think will dominating our airwaves and digital bit streams in 30 years. Hosted by Seth BousteadProduced by Jesse McQuarters Fatima Miranda: Nila Blue (excerpt) Coleccion LCD el Europeo 1:38 Fatima Miranda: Diapasión Coleccion LCD el Europeo 11:49 … Continue reading #147 Dial Tones

#95 Synesthesia

Scriabin so linked color to his music that he created a “light organ” to display colors that corresponded to different notes in his pieces. How does color and visual art affect composers and their music today? Michael Torke: Bright Blue Music for Orchestra Baltimore Symphony Orchestra/Zinman Ecstatic 092201 1:56, 9:09 Morton Feldman: Rothko Chapel California … Continue reading #95 Synesthesia

#12 Electric Guitar

The electric guitar and classical music may seem like strange bedfellows, but almost as soon as the instrument was invented, composers devised ways to take advantage of its sonic possibilities. Hosted by Seth BousteadProduced by Jesse McQuarters Bob Dylan: Maggie’s FarmCharlie Christian: Solo Flight (excerpt)Leonard Bernstein: Simple Song from MassDonald Erb: Trio for Violin, Electric Guitar and Cello (excerpt)Morton … Continue reading #12 Electric Guitar