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Playlist: Kurt Hauswirth's Favorites

Compiled By: Kurt Hauswirth

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Just a bunch of programs that could be used at some point on Public Radio 90

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Holiday Specials

Beyond The Barrier (Series)

Produced by Chris Kuborn

Most recent piece in this series:

Beyond The Barrier #94 - New Journeys - Hour 2

From Chris Kuborn | Part of the Beyond The Barrier series | 59:00

Btb_094_small This week we listen to the latest Ambiewnmt, Electronic and Experimental music, all new recordings. The feature recording is "Mirror" by Bart Hawkins. Find out more about that recording and this week's playlist at BeyondTheBarrier.net Also new music from Christina Ruf, Henrik Meierkord - Pawel Kobak - Marco Lucchi & Rocco Saviano, Plant43, SVLBRD, Volker Lankow, Dayin, Serena Gabriel, Colin Rayment with Joe Rayment, Spectrum Vision & Unusual Cosmic Process, Volker Rapp, Celer, Man From Mars & Pulse, Paul Beaudoin, ELEON, Mas Aya, and Lord Of The Ants. Enjoy the New Journey!!!

PRX Remix 24/7 (à la carte) (Series)

Produced by PRX Remix

Most recent piece in this series:

Remix: Episode 123512, 7/21/2024 4:00 AM

From PRX Remix | Part of the PRX Remix 24/7 (à la carte) series | 59:00

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  • Tape For You
    PRX Remix Roll Tape
    00:00:34
  • Rootwork and the Great Migration
    Magic in the United States
    00:33:23
  • Cameras Everywhere
    Brendyn Smyth
    00:10:23
  • PRX Remix DJs for Stories
    Ray Pang & Fantasia Fantasia by Kevin MacLeod
    00:00:39
  • Thin As A Rail
    Points North
    00:09:12
  • The Warbler That Loves Pines
    Birdnote
    00:01:45
  • Coal Miner
    The World According to Sound
    00:02:02
  • Twin Towers Peace Meditation
    Michael Joly
    00:00:28
  • Where You're Coming From
    Matt & Kim
    00:00:13
  • IceFall
    MelonFlex
    00:00:32
  • Remix Sonic ID
    Remix
    00:00:06

Echoes (Series)

Produced by Echoes

Most recent piece in this series:

24-29D: Echoes Thursday, July 18, 2024 - Program 24-29D, 7/18/2024

From Echoes | Part of the Echoes series | 01:59:00

Logo_echoesl_medium_small Echoes Thursday, July 18, 2024 - Program 24-29D

First Half Hour

Pat Metheny Group - The Search - American Garage

Deadmau5 - Quezacotl - Quezacotl (single)

Coldplay - Midnight - Ghost Stories

SiebZehN - Over the Radar - Starship Signals

Purity Ring - Asido - Asido (Single)

C37 - Let the Embers Fade Away - Beautiful Beginnings

 

Second Half Hour

Ocoeur - Our Home - Breath

Moby - Tranist (with Gaidaa) - Always Centered at Night

Carl Weingarten - Nightwalk - Life Under Stars

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Laura Marling - Patterns - Patterns in Repeat

Jeff Pearce - With Evening Above - With Evening Above

The Beatles - Dear Prudence - The Beatles

 

Third Half Hour

AvaWaves - Ocean - Waves

Robin Guthrie - Ouestern - Pearldiving

Cigarettes After Sex - Ambien Slide - X's

Erik Wollo - Emergence - 25 Years of DiN (v/a)

Shekina Rose - Frequency of Heaven - Frequency of Heaven (Single)

Parra for Cuva - Dancing on Your Own - Mimose

 

Fourth Half Hour

Melissa Cox - Fuse - Matriotism

Kaya Project - Eye of the Storm - Desert Phase

Marya Stark &  Daniel Berkman - Dragons Bath - Underground River

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Robot Koch - Mind Off - Sleep (EP)

Yaima - Rise Live @ Colorado Sound Studios - Moongate Live @ Colorado Sound Studios

SUSS - Flight - Birds & Beasts

Café Chill (Series)

Produced by C89.5 - KNHC Seattle

Most recent piece in this series:

Cafe Chill (Episode 2024-29)

From C89.5 - KNHC Seattle | Part of the Café Chill series | 59:00

Bird_grasshopper_at_cape_hatteras_national_seashore_small (Release Date: 15 Jul 2024; Evergreen, no date pegs).
Café Chill is Public Radio’s weekly curated chill mix, produced by KNHC Productions in Seattle, USA. Your host is Seth.
(The release date is based on the time we promise to have the show uploaded by. We try to have it available before the end of that date.)

The Lake Superior Project (Series)

Produced by WTIP

Most recent piece in this series:

Sugarloaf Cove Part 3

From WTIP | Part of the The Lake Superior Project series | 10:48

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On the western edge of Cook County, you can follow a trail through the woods onto a unique northeast-facing cove on Lake Superior’s North Shore. The curve of the cobbled beach displays a remarkable diversity of rocks, leading to a rich green forested point, home to over one hundred varieties of lichen and other rare plants otherwise found only near the arctic. At the end of the point is a large rocky prominence, with evidence of lava flows hinting at the long and dramatic history of this special place called Sugarloaf Cove.

In this three-part series of the Lake Superior Project, we explore the history of Sugarloaf Cove through interviews with naturalists Margie Menzies and Dominique Menard, Ojibwe Language Scholar Erik Redix, and former Sugarloaf resident Alan Ingram.

Episode Three explores the human history of Sugarloaf, from early Indigenous history to the arrival of the Ojibwe, research showing a likely Ojibwe name for Sugarloaf Point (“Gaa-ozhaawaa-neyaashiing” or “Green Point”), and stories from the childhood of Alan Ingram who grew up on Sugarloaf Cove when it was owned by Consolidated Paper, Inc. Alan’s father was a forester for the paper company and made the decision to donate Sugarloaf Cove to Nature Conservancy when operations were shut down. The efforts of University of MInnesta-Duluth geologist Dr. John C. Green and the late Minnesota Gov. Elmer Andersen, among many others, led to the creation of Sugarloaf Point Scientific and Natural Area in 1992.

Modern Jetset (Series)

Produced by Iris Berkeley

Most recent piece in this series:

Modern Jetset #202

From Iris Berkeley | Part of the Modern Jetset series | 58:00

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TRACKLIST (see CSV spreadsheet with timing and SoundExchange details under Additional Files):
Pleasure Business-Deja Vu (Ft. ViRG) 00:00:00
William Tomaas- Apolune 00:04:40
Chk Chk Chk-Crazy Talk 00:09:26
David Bowie-Golden Years (TOKiMONSTA Remix) 00:13:39
Black Bells Group-Sweet Sidney (Edit) 00:16:38
The Ironsides- Sommer 00:20:49
Project Gemini-Extra Nuit 00:24:41
Richard Swift-Broken Finger Blues 00:29:03
Joe Harrison-Bleezy 00:33:21
Atin Gün-Halkali Seker 00:35:06
Don Leisure-Chase Theme 00:38:45
Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band-The Champion's Walk 00:40:55
Khruangbin- A La Sala 00:44:04
L'Entourloop-Florilège (ft. Lyricson, Queen Omega, Red Fox) 00:48:22
Delroy Wilson-Live And Learn 00:52:36
Inokasira Rangers-Autobahn 00:54:54
Señor Coconut-Trans Europe Express 00:56:55

Feminine Fusion (Series)

Produced by WCNY

Most recent piece in this series:

S08 Ep47: One Life: Ellen Taaffe Zwilich, 7/20/2024

From WCNY | Part of the Feminine Fusion series | :00

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Hearts of Space (Series)

Produced by Hearts of Space

Most recent piece in this series:

Culture Caravan (Series)

Produced by Julian Booker

Most recent piece in this series:

Culture Caravan (7/14/24)

From Julian Booker | Part of the Culture Caravan series | 59:01

Culture_caravan__4_pres_by_wncw_3__small Our Best of 2024 So Far (Pt. 1) edition featuring music from The Marias, South Korea's Peggy Gou, Sweden's Goran Kajfes Tropiques + more!

The Third Floor Presents Vocal/Choral Classical Music (Series)

Produced by WILLIAM CROMWELL

Most recent piece in this series:

The Third Floor Presents Vocal/Choral Classical Music: Episode 52

From WILLIAM CROMWELL | Part of the The Third Floor Presents Vocal/Choral Classical Music series | 01:56:00

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TTF Podcast 52  
Hour One
1. Poulenc:  Ave verum corpus (BBC Singers) 2:09
2. Brahms:  Warum ist das Licht gegeben dem Muhseligen (Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, dir. Philip Ledger) 9:44
3. Debussy:  La mort des amants (Ruby Hughes, soprano; Joseph Middleton, piano) 3:23
4. Piccolo: Nunc Dimittis (Choir of Bath Abbey) 3:18
5. Charpentier:  Magnificat (Dawn Upshaw, soprano; Ann Muray, soprano; Ethna Robinson, alto; John Aler, tenor; Kurt Moll, bass; Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chorus and Orchestra; dir. Sir Neville Marriner) 16:18
6. Caplet:  Septuor for three female voices and quartet (Sharon Coste, Sandrine Piau, sopranos; Sylvie Deguy, mezzo; Ensemble Musique Oblique) 14:24
Hour Two 
7. Britten:  The Evening Primrose from Five Flower Songs (The Sixteen, dir. Harry Christophers) 2:48
8. Park:  Ave maris stella (Gabrieli Consort, dir. Paul McCreesh) 4:41
9. Bach:  Erschallet, ihr Lieder, erklinget, ihr Saiten! Cantata #172 (John Eliot Gardiner; Monteverdi Choir; English Baroque Soloists; Lisa Larsson, soprano; Derek Lee Ragin, countertenor; Christoph Genz, tenor; Panajotis Iconomou, bass) 18:30
10. Heitor Villa-Lobos:  Two Legends of Nheengatu (BBC Singers) 4:20
11. Haydn:  Arianna a Naxos (Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo; Andras Schiff, piano) 20:47

Classical Music for Christmas, Program 1: heavenly choirs, lush instrumentals, and warm voices from around the world and across the centuries.

From WILLIAM CROMWELL | 02:55:18

Classical Music for Christmas through December on The Third Floor. Join host Bill Cromwell for three hours of glorious choral, vocal, and instrumental classical music for the season, including arias and choruses from Messiah, instrumental Christmas favorites with the Empire Brass and LA Guitar Quartet, plus long segments of sacred choral music from across the centuries from the great choirs of the world: King’s College, Cambridge; the Robert Shaw Chorale; the Choir of Men and Boys, St. Thomas 5th Avenue New York; The BBC Singers; the American Boychoir; Pomerium; The Elora Festival Singers; St. Olaf Choir, NY Polyphony, and many others.

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Three hours of great classical music with a diverse selection of composers, genres, and time periods.  Host Bill Cromwell varies the setlist each week with the best arias, motets, symphonies, concertos, and sonatas for a rich listening experience.