Because Shut Up, That’s Why! Episode #002: Silk Road Explorations with the Chicago Symphony

On this podcast, our panelists are listening to two tracks from a recent Chicago Symphony Orchestra release, plus offering commentary on solo bassist DaXun Zhang and his recording of Massenet’s “Meditation from Thais.” On this episode, panelists were not told what piece they were listening to, forcing them to guess piece, title, and composer, plus offer some insight on the performance.

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Traditions and Transformations - Sounds of Silk Road ChicagoChicago Symphony Orchestra
“”Scythian” Suite, Op. 20″ (mp3)
from “Traditions and Transformations – Sounds of Silk Road Chicago”
(CSO Resound)

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Traditions and Transformations - Sounds of Silk Road ChicagoChicago Symphony Orchestra
“Pipa Concerto” (mp3)
from “Traditions and Transformations – Sounds of Silk Road Chicago”
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Guest Panelists From L to R: John Rosenkrans, Frank Babbitt, and Collins Trier

Host Jason Heath (far right) and our guest panelists.

Host Jason Heath (far right) and our guest panelists (LtoR) John Rosenkrans, Frank Babbitt, and Collins Trier

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