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Podcast 123 - Electronic Classical Music


This week’s show features just over a hour’s worth of electronic classical music from composers such as Charles Kœchlin (above), Edgar Varese and Paul Hindemith, using such early and arcane instrumentation as the Trautonium and Ondes Martenot, with pieces dating back to the Thirties. I’ve included Varese’s Deserts, a piece that caused Stravinsky-esque scandal when it was premiered in 1954 in Paris, as well as more contemporary pieces by Pierre-Alain Jaffrennou and George Crumb. There’s also time for a couple of tracks from the Beppe Loda compilation of old tracks played at Typhoon, an excerpt from the Sammy Osmo album and a bit of old disco.



Paul Hindemith - Langsames Stück Und Rondo Für Trautonium (Erdenklang)
Charles Kœchlin - The Seven Stars Symphony op.132
Charles Kœchlin - Vers le Soleil - 7 Monodies pour Ondes Martenot
Edgar Varese - Ecuatorial
Edgar Varese - Deserts (excerpts)
Gyorgi Ligeti - Artikulation
George Crumb - Primeval Sounds (from Makrokosmos)
Pierre-Alan Jaffrennou - Grande Plongee, Douceur Des Fonds (from
xceane..ou Troisieme passage de la Baleine)

Kaija Saariaho - Six Japanese Gardens
Cluster - Zum Wohl (Sky)
Sammy Osmo - Albert Helpt Met Inpakken (Strange Life)
Sirius - Uranium (Beppe Loda mix) (Synthonic)
Egotrya - Typhoon (B. Loda mix) (Synthonic)
Johnny Hammond - Los Conquistadores Chocolates (East End)
Hipnosis - Blade Runner (ZYX)
Throbbing Gristle - Hot on the Heels of Love (Carl Craig remix) (Novamute)
Conforce - Junction (Rush Hour)


Podcast 123 - Electronic Classical Music

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