Decompositions

Wednesday 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Genres: Neoclassical, Modern, Minimalism, Maximalism
Host: Jack Thomson

Decompositions plays music in the classical tradition from the early 1900’s to today. We explore a wide array of composers from Ravel to Eastman and beyond. Catch the best in minimalism, maximalism and more Wednesdays at 8am.

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Decompositions 6-28-2017 Fhel

“Open (for string trio)” – Robert Carl

The first half of Eleni Karaindrou’s The Weeping Melody

“THE PEOPLE UNITED WILL NEVER BE DEFEATED” – Frederic Rzewski

Decompositions 6-7-2017 Shipp

“La revue de cuisine” – Bohuslav Martinu

“Four Elements” – Gavin Bryars

“Clearing, Dawn, Dance” – Judd Greenstein

Decompositions 5-31-2017 Subor

We’re back! I figured out automation.

 

“Scared Song” – Meredith Monk

“Sidewinder” – Morton Subtonick (just a bit of it)

“The Piano Concerto” – Michael Nyman

“Des canyons aux étoiles” – Oliver Messiaen

Decompositions 5-10-2017 Shane

“Still Life With Avalanche” – Missy Mazzoli

“Entr’acte” – Caroline Shaw

“Petals for Violoncello and Live Electronics” – Kaija Saariaho

“Knights of the Strange” – Chaya Czernowin

“Calling” – Dai Fujikura

Decompositions 4-26-2017 Richard

Symphonie No.1 – Henri Dutilleux

Electric Counterpoint – Steve Reich