Time to celebrate! Notes & Strokes has made it to episode 50, so thank you listeners for your support to get us to this point! To commemorate our reaching this milestone, we will have a little fun and chat about some of our favorite works of art. Izaac will talk about a favorite symphony of his, and KC will discuss a couple of her favorite paintings that have inspired even her own artwork. Come celebrate this achievement with us!
Jacopo Pontormo (1494-1557): The Deposition of Christ (1525-28)
John Singer Sargent (1856-1925): Carnation Lily, Lily Rose (1882)
Gustav Mahler (1860-1911): Symphony No. 1 (1887-88)
No playlist this week, but in the Music section you can find a link to a Youtube video uploaded and performed by the Oslo Philharmonic with chief conductor Klaus Mäkelä. Movement time stamps in the video description!
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Ep. 57 - Alcohol
Ep. 56 - Celebration
Ep. 55 - Behind the Portraits: Franz Liszt
Ep. 54 - The Harvest
Ep. 53 - Oedipus
Ep. 52 - Water
Ep. 51 - Queen Elisabeth 1
Ep. 49 - Saint John
Ep. 48 - N&SH: The Roaring 20s
Ep. 47 - Behind the Portraits: Ludwig van Beethoven
Ep. 46 - SinN: Hogarth in Stravinsky
Ep. 45 - NinS: Schumann in Khnopff
Ep. 44 - Frederick the Great
Ep. 43 - Northern Renaissance and Renaissance Pt. 2
Ep. 42 - Appalachia
Ep. 41 - Renaissance
Ep. 40 - N&S Celebrates: Women's History Month
Ep. 39 - N&SH: World War I (Pt. 2)
Ep. 38 - Prometheus
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