Dance, Everyone! #0122
Some music just makes you want to tap your toes, and our next Pipedreams broadcast offers plenty of encouragement in that direction. From a Renaissance Basse Dance to modern Bolero, our collection explores that natural urge to move to music. You’ll hear some of the popular hits of the early 16th century and before, a rock-and-roll waltz, the Saint Louis Blues Twist, a Ritual Fire Dance, and even a macabre revel of spooks and goblins. Our instruments run the gamut from a tiny medieval-style organetto, to sassy theatre organs in Chicago, Oakland, and Hollywood, and a fine new installation at Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, California. Just try to keep from moving. We’ll explore the extremities of tonal variety and rhythmic energy in music that urges “Dance, Everyone!” this week on Pipedreams.
ANONYMOUS: Estampida de maia. FRANCESCO LANDINI: 2 Chansons: Donna, perche me spregi; Amor cal tuo sogetto ognor mi trovo –Thierry Gomar, percussion; Christophe Deslignes (1995 Johannes Rohlf organetto) Ricercare 206662