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Jun 28, 2016

In this episode, West salutes Independence Day by playing music from various works about our founding fathers.

This episode includes:
"1776 Overture", "Sit Down, John", "Piddle, Twiddle And Resolve / Till Then" and "But Mr. Adams" composed by Sherman Edwards
"Alexander Hamilton", "My Shot", Satisfied" and "Cabinet Battle #1" composed by Lin-Manuel Miranda
"Declaration Of Independence / A Man Can't Be Too Careful What He Signs These Days" composed by Stan Freberg
"Paul Revere" by Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks
"The Star-Spangled Banner" music composed by John Stafford Smith, lyrics by Francis Scott Key; performed by Jimi Hendrix

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Jun 21, 2016

In this episode, West plays music composed by Bernard Herrmann for science fiction and fantasy films from 20th Century Fox.

Music in this episode includes:
"Andante Cantabile" and "Prelude" from The Ghost And Mrs. Muir
"Prelude", "The Grotto" and "Giant Chameleon" from Journey To The Center Of The Earth
"Good Vibrations (Stereo Backing Track)" by The Beach Boys
"The Elevator / Magnetic Pull" and "Outer Space / Radar" from The Day The Earth Stood Still
"Good Vibrations" music composed by Brian Wilson; all other music composed by Bernard Herrmann

BONUS TRACK - "I Have Dreamt" from Wuthering Heights by Bernard Herrmann, libretto by Lucille Fletcher:
"I have dreamt in my life dreams that have stayed with me forever - and have gone through and through me, like wine through water, and have altered the color of my mind. I dreamt once that I was in heaven, and that heaven did not seem to be my home. And I broke my heart with weeping to see the heath again. And the angels flung me back to Earth, and Wuthering Heights, where I awoke sobbing for joy."

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Jun 14, 2016

In this episode, West plays music composed by Philip Glass for three documentaries directed by Errol Morris.  Plus, breaking news from the Musical Notation Action News Desk regarding the Led Zeppelin trial!

Music in this episode includes:
"The Typewriter" by Leroy Anderson
"Taurus" by Randy Wolfe aka Randy California; performed by Spirit
"Stairway To Heaven" by Jimmy Page & Robert Plant; performed by Led Zeppelin
"My Sweet Lord" by George Harrison
"He's So Fine" by Ronald Mack; performed by The Chiffons
"Dodger Stadium" by Emilio Kauderer
"Dune: Main Title" by Toto
"Another Girl, Another Planet" by Peter Perrett; performed by The Only Ones
"Don't Stop Believin'" by Jonathan Cain, Steve Perry & Neal Schon;  performed by Journey
"Looking", "Prologue", "Adam's Theme", "A Brief History Of Time", "Slow, Simple, Sad 3", "100,000 People", "The War To End All Wars" and "The Fog Of War" by Philip Glass

BONUS TRACK: "Miller's Theme #2" by Philip Glass

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Jun 7, 2016

In this episode, West plays some of the greats of classical music that have appeared in films.

Music in this episode includes:
"Intermezzo" from "Cavalleria Rusticana" by Pietro Mascagni
"Symphony No. 7, 2nd Movement" by Ludwig van Beethoven
"Saber Dance" from the "Gayane Ballet" by Aram Khachaturian
"Overture" from "The Barber Of Seville" by Gioachino Rossini
"The Rabbit Of Seville" adapted by Carl W. Stalling

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E-Mail: notationpod@gmail.com

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