Updoc 132: Norrköping: 4/15/11

Opening theme: Art Ensemble of Chicago: The Ninth Room; Tutankhamun (Black Lion)

1. Branford Marsalis/Joey Calderazzo: La Valse Kendall; Songs of Melancholy and Joy (Marsalis Music)
2. Conlon Nancarrow/Alarm Will Sound: Study for Player Piano No. 6; a/rhythmia (Nonesuch)
3. Youn Sun Nah: The Same Girl [title tune] (ACT Music)
4. Stan Getz/Kenny Barron: Hush-a-Bye; People Time (Fantasy)
5. Vijay Iyer: Fleurette Africaine; Solo (ACT Music)
6. Bismillah Khan: Raga Pilu; Sangeet Sartaj (Living Media India Ltd.)
7. Nino Rota/Norrköping Symphony Orchestra/Ole Kristian Ruud: Concerto Festivo; Symphony No. 3, etc. (BIS)
8. Bob Dylan: On Hello Goodbye; Plastic Soul – Exotic Beatles IV (Cherry Red)
9. Baba Yaga: Back in the USSR; Plastic Soul – Exotic Beatles IV (Cherry Red)
10. Orange Jefferson: Hey Warden; Texas Harmonica Rumble (Dialtone)
11. Eugene Fox: Sinner’s Dream; Music to Die For (Checker)
12. Oscar Brown Jr.: But I Was Cool; Sin & Soul (Columbia)
13. Christopher Rouse/Stockholm Philharmonic: Rapture; Symphony No. 2 – Flute Concerto, etc. (BIS)
14. Robert Kyr/Denise Huizenga/Third Angle New Music Ensemble/Ron Blessington: Violin Concerto No. 1 – On the Nature of Love; Violin Concerto Trilogy (New Albion)
15. Bob Dylan: Thunder on the Mountain (Columbia video)

2 Responses to “Updoc 132: Norrköping: 4/15/11”

  1. Great, great show. I think I liked “Back in the USSR” best. The Nino Rota made me imagine what if he had written the music for “Star Wars.” Thanks for a terrific show.

  2. Star Wars would have been less loud. I’ve heard some wonderful concert pieces by Rota and wish I could find recordings of them. I’ll probably manage some more from this CD in future shows. Also wish I hadn’t lost track of my CD of Miklos Rosza’s Violin Concerto, which also did double duty as the score to The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, a movie I adore.