“Got a real smorgasbord for you,” says Jay—“even more than usual. An almost wacky variety.” He begins with Rachmaninoff, turns to Satie, then to a classic American song, then to Satie again, then to Penderecki, and on to Fauré and Busoni (no, not Bach-Busoni). Some interesting issues, points, personalities, and, of course, music.

Rachmaninoff, “Spring Waters

Satie, “Vexations

Androzzo, Alma Bazel, “If I Can Help Somebody

Satie, “Gymnopédie

Penderecki, “La Follia

Fauré, “Le secret

Busoni, “Berceuse

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  1. colleenb Member
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    Always enjoy the music podcasts. The Androzzo was wonderful but the first Satie was ‘vexatious.’ Can’t quite imagine playing it 40 times. Thanks for this podcast.

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