Mixed Up Class Playlist, 4/10/95

Mixed Up Class moves to the 6AM to 9AM slot, and Romain has to learn how to function in the morning...

On April 10, 1912, the R.M.S. Titanic set out on her maiden voyage, which would end in the early morning hours of April 15 with the ship beneath the waves and some of the elite of European society and leadership with her. In commemoration of the Titanic disaster, two of the many musical works inspired by the event are included in this program: Joseph Bonnet's In Memoriam: Titanic, written very shortly afterward, and Gavin Bryars's The Sinking of the Titanic, an evolving piece that Bryars has been working on since 1969; the Bryars recording presents the piece in its 1994 form.

J.S. Bach's humorous secular cantata, known as the "Coffee Cantata", comes near the end of the program, as a salute to Kara Whacked's show, Hot Coffee and a Full Tank of Gas, which now airs immediately after Mixed Up Class.

Henry Purcell: My beloved spake				(CD: My Beloved
		(Choir of St. Mary's Episcopal		     Spake)
		 Cathedral, Edinburgh; Dennis Townhill)

Joseph Bonnet: In Memoriam: Titanic
		(James Welch, organ)

Jeremiah Clarke: The Prince of Denmark's March		(CD: St. Mary's
Shall We Gather at the River? (arr. Dale Wood)		 Cathedral, SF)

Domenico Dragonetti: Concerto in A for double-bass	(CD: Virtuoso
	and Orchestra, op. 3				 Double-bass
		(Garry Karr, contrabass;		  Concertos)
		 Berlin; Uros Lajovic)

Henry Purcell: O God, thou art my God			(CD: Anthems and
		(Choir of New College, Oxford; the	Services, Vol. 5)
		 King's Consort; Robert King)

Kenneth Leighton: Awake my glory			(CD: My Beloved)
		(Choir of St. Mary's Episcopal		     Spake)
		 Cathedral, Edinburgh; Dennis Townhill)

Gavin Bryars: The Sinking of the Titanic		(CD: The Sinking of
							    the Titanic)

Palestrina: Sicut cervus [Like as the hart]		(CD: Palestrina:
		(Christ Church Cathedral Choir;		Mass for Pentecost)
		 Stephen Darlington)

Herbert Howells: Like as the Hart			(CD: Herbert Howells:
		(St. Paul's Cathedral Choir;		  Cathedral Music)
		 Christopher Dearnley, organ;
		 John Scott)

Maurice Duruflé: Quatre Motets				(CD: Faure/Duruflé/
	Ubi Caritas					    Messiaen)
	Tota pulchra es
	Tu es Petrus
	Tantum ergo
		(Choir of Trinity College,
		Cambridge; Richard Marlow)

John Sheppard: Salvator mundi Domine			(CD: Church Music
		(The Sixteen; Harry			by John Sheppard,
		 Christophers)				      Vol. 2)

J.S. Bach: Suite in G
		(Mimi Dye, viola)

J. S. Bach: "Coffee" Cantata				(CD: J. S. Bach:
		(Hugue Saint-Gélain, tenor (Narrator);	Secular Cantatas)
		 Kevin McMillan, baritone (Schlendrian);
		 Dorothea Röschmann, soprano (Liesgen))

Serge Prokofiev: Sonata for violin and piano no. 1	(CD: Prokofiev
		(Shlomo Mintz, violin;			Violin Sonatas)
		Yefim Bronfman, piano)

Henri Mulet: Carillon-Sortie				(CD: St. Mary's
		(John Balka, organ)			 Cathedral, SF)

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