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Thursday, November 28, 2013

Music From The Show

EST, “Eighthundred Streets By Feet”
The Shins, “Sea Legs”
SonKilMoon, “Carry Me Ohio”
HBS, “Veritas”
Rudi Knabel, “Aber Heidschi Bumbeidschi (Zithersolo)”
Les McCann, “Blues for Yna Yna”
Fourtet, “She Just Likes To Fight”
REM, “Orange Crush”
Miles Davis, “Pinocchio”

The Leevees, “Latke Clan”
Nathan Milstein, “Partita for Solo Violin by J.S. Bach”
“The Library” by Kimya Dawson
Steely Dan, “The Fez”
Page McConnell, “Heavy Rotation”
Anoushka Shankhar and Norah Jones, “Traces of You”
Claremont Trio, “Cafe’ Music”
Ahmad Jamal, “Patterns”
San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, “Appalachian Spring”
Thelonious Monk, “Locomotive”

From the segment Leonard Bernstein’s Letters:

“Overture” from West Side Story, by Leonard Bernstein
“Bolero” by Ravel
“El Salon de Mexico” by Aaron Copland
“Symphony #7” by Beethoven


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