Saturday, April 25, 2009

Noctis' Klassical Set 25 April 2009

Well, helllooo, Fractureblogfolk.

Thanks to Linden for riding herd on this blogproject, and to Beta for establishing it. And Fracture, of course. . . I look forward to much musical postmayhem, and deep thoughts, and many bacon references.

For now, I'll follow Sen's lead and post my playlist for today. I did a tour of covers of classical musics, covering a lot of the past century. I started with Clara Rockmore on theremin, moved through a swing and klezmer Nutcracker trio of tunes, then hit surf, funk, psychedelic rock, punk, metal, goth/industrial, new wave, dance mash, glitch, and ended with a lovely track from the Tettix Rites of Spring.

Clara Rockmore--Saint Saens: The Swan
Duke Ellington--Sugar Rum Cherry
David Berger & The Sultans of Swing--Danse of the Floreadores
Shirim--Dance of the Latkes Queens
Takeshi Terauchi & The Bunnies--Hungarian Dance No. 5
Walter Murphy--A Fifth of Beethoven
White Lightning--William Tell Overture
Electric Light Orchestra--In the Hall of the Mountain King
The Adicts--Ode to Joy
Mysterious Noise--Toccata
The Art of Noise--Rapt: In the Evening Air
Macolm McLaren & The Bootzilla Orchestra--House of the Blue Danube
A plus D--Beethoven's Fifth Gold Digger
Ari Inkilainen--Satie's World Gymnopedie
Tettix--Sacrifical Dance

Twas a lovely Fracture event, with sets by Pink, Beta, and Foley, each one delicious.

Come listen inworld next time!

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