Thursday, September 18, 2008

Pan Cogito Plans To Stay Up Late Tonight To Keep Score

Thank goodness we have Maryland Public Television and Howard University Public Television as alternatives to Sharon Percy Rockefeller's Classical WETA-FM, in the Nation's Capital:

Thursday, September 18, 2008

10:00 PM Keeping Score :
Stravinsky's Rite of Spring
Michael Tilson Thomas tells the story behind The Rite of Spring, with the San Francisco Symphony.

11:00 PM Keeping Score :
Beethoven's Eroica
Michael Tilson Thomas & the San Francisco Symphony explore Beethoven's third Symphony, Eroica.

late night
12:00 AM BBC World News

Big Science in America ...

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The Minneapolis inter-state highway reopens today one year after public infrastructure melt-down in America.

Contrary to what John McCain and Sarah Palin think, public culture and public television, in America, can be bridges to somewhere.

Photo credit: (c) Dawn Villella and Associated Press. 2008. With thanks.


Blogger musanim said...

To celebrate the centennial of it's premiere, I made an animated graphical score of The Rite of Spring:

5:51 PM  

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