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Reflections on the water

Extra Eclectic - April 17, 2024

The Pacific Ocean figures prominently in the first hour of this week’s episode of Extra Eclectic, with John Adams’ The Dharma at Big Sur, David Crowell’s Pacific Coast Highway and Daniel Temkin’s Ocean's Call. In the second hour, we look forward to Earth Day on Monday, April 22 with a reflective playlist including Dustin O’Halloran’s Spiritus Naturae Aeternus, Bruce Wolosoff’s Requiem for the Planet and Steven Stucky’s ode to Rachel Carson’s seminal environmental treatise, Silent Spring. Listen now with host Steve Seel.


Reflections on the Nature of Water: Crystalline; Fleet
Jacob Druckman
Third Coast Percussion
Cedille 175

Pacific Coast Highway
David Crowell
Daniel Lippel, guitar
Better Company

Ocean’s Call: Hanging Cliffs, Rising Mist
Daniel Temkin
Kinetic Ensemble
Bright Shiny Things 1089

Tide Harmonic: Dew Point
Joby Talbot
Jeremy Holland-Smith, conductor
Everton Nelson, violin
Signum 260

The Dharma at Big Sur: A New Day
John Adams
John Adams, conductor
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Tracy Silverman, violin
Nonesuch 512396

Patterns of Plants: The Nineteenth Collection: Pattern A
Mamoru Fujieda
Sarah Cahill, piano
Pinna 2

Spiritus Naturae Aeternus
Dustin O’Halloran
Reykjavik Silfur Choir
DG 4865545

Cello Sonata No. 2 ‘Requiem for the Planet’: Requiem Aeternam
Bruce Wolosoff
Sara Sant’Ambrogio, cello
Avie 2492

Silent Spring
Steven Stucky
Manfred Honeck, conductor
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Reference 747

Mass for the Endangered: Kyrie
Sarah Kirkland Snider
Gabriel Crouch, conductor
Nonesuch 791998

Olivier Messiaen
Maya Beiser, cello
Islandia 1

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