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Suggestions53:59The New music of Summer season Solstice with Paolo Pietropaolo
It’s the longest working day of the yr, and the starting of summer season.
The summertime solstice is also the starting of the end of summer. As shortly as summer season starts, the days get shorter and shorter.
Paolo Pietropaolo hosts the CBC New music plan, In Concert. He talks with Strategies host Nahlah Ayed about new music that captures that summertime duality — a time of enjoyment and frolic, but also wistfulness, and the sensation that summer time is previously slipping away.
Revelry and reverie
A lot of summertime music focuses on the social gathering aspect of matters, mentioned Pietropaolo.
“The tune of the summer, sun-drenched riffs, beats coming out of cars… get all those windows down although you can and social gathering due to the fact it can be summer!”
But there’s one more summer time mood: stillness, leisure, and daydreaming.
“It truly is audio that’s an invitation not to revelry, but to reverie… which in essence means daydreaming.”
It’s new music that highlights those times of summer months stillness:
An early early morning with almost nothing but the sound of birds.
An afternoon by the h2o, listening to the appears of waves and ripples.
And — that melancholy feeling on a very clear night in August, when the conclude of summer season is creeping at any time closer.
New music highlighted in this episode, in get of visual appearance:
1st movement of Summertime from The 4 Seasons, by Antonio Vivaldi
“Los Manolos,” from Musica Notturna delle Strade di Madrid by Luigi Boccherini, arrangement by Christopher Gordon, Ivor Davis, and Richard Tognetti
2nd motion of Summer season from Recomposed by Max Richter: Vivaldi – The 4 Seasons, by Max Richter
“Träumerei,” from Kinderszenen, by Robert Schumann
“Summerland,” from A few Visions, by William Grant However
Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, by Claude Debussy
Pini di Roma, by Ottorini Respighi
“The Wood,” from A Midsummer Night’s Aspiration, by Benjamin Britten
Petrichor by Jocelyn Morlock
“Corcovado (Peaceful Evenings of Peaceful Stars)” composed by Antônio Carlos Jobim, done by João Gilberto, Stan Getz, Astrud Gilberto
“Aguas De Marco,” Elis Regina, Antonio Carlos Jobim
“1/1” from Ambient 1: Tunes for Airports by Brian Eno
*This episode was manufactured by Paolo Pietropaolo