Sun May 15, 2011 2:24 pm Sonolab 200 - Livestream / On Demand Stream
About 4 years ago a one hour slot opened up right before the weekly, 2 hour progressive rock show Xymphonia I co-produce, so I mailed a proposal and an edition 0 of Sonolab to the staff of the radiostation. Within a few days I already got the go-ahead and Sonolab was born. And now I have reached edition nr. 200 !!!
Thinking about it actually made me aware of the fact that time goes by so quickly and this led me to focus on music that somehow manages to make time stand still for me. Hence the following playlist:
* Popol Vuh - Aguirre I
from the album Aguirre (label: SPV)
* Arvo Pärt - Tabula Rasa : II. Silentium
from the album Tabula Rasa (label: ECM New Series)
performed by Gidon Kremer, Tatjana Grindenko, Alfred Schnittke and the Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra conducted by Saulius Sondeckis
* Jacob Kirkegaard - Auditorium (Part 2)
from the album 4 Rooms (label: Touch)
* Steve Roach - A Few More Moments
from the album Quiet Music [Complete Edition] (label: Fortuna Records)
* Popol Vuh - On The Way
from the album Nosferatu OST (label: SPV)
If you want to listen live then check in around 19:00 (Central European Time) and click on "Live Stream" which you can find in the left column of the screen. However, the whole show is also available within minutes after 20:00 as an On Demand Screen. For that click on Sonolab in the list of programs in the middle of the screen. A second window will open up (might be that you have to accept that through your pop-up killer) and the show starts (with a bit of that evenings 19:00 hours news first).
Check in if you have the time and let me know what you think of the how. _________________ Christian Bekhuis
"Remember what's been given, not taken away" - by Brett Kull (Echolyn)
Joined: 03 Feb 2007
Location: The Netherlands
Sun May 15, 2011 9:24 pm (No subject)
First of all congratulations on the 200th Sonolab.
A memorable one where you managed to expose the contrast in music and shifting my musical interest. The magical moments created by Arvo Part and Steve Roach beautifully embedded by the icy pieces of Jacob Kirkegaard while Popol Vuh had the honour to open and end this show: timeless music or should we mark tonight's milestone a "New Age of Earth" _________________ Jac. Huswinus