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“Everything I do is in one way or another teaching,” Leonard Bernstein (Harvard class of 1939) once told an interviewer. In 1971, he was invited by his alma mater to become the university’s Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry for the next academic year. The prestigious appointment – previously awarded to Stravinsky, Hindemith and Copland as well as to writers including T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost and e.e. cummings – required him to deliver a series of six public lectures. The lectures were each given twice, first to the audience in Harvard Square, and afterwards before a small group of listeners at Boston’s WGBH-TV, for broadcast by PBS in the US and by the BBC in the UK. Harvard University Press also published them as a book, but Bernstein insisted that they “were written, not to be read, but listened to.” Originally released by Columbia Masterworks in 6 LP sets in 1974, this 13 CD reissue on the 100th anniversary of his birth would surely have delighted America’s foremost teacher of music.

Leonard Bernstein at Harvard, The Norton Lectures 1973: “The Unanswered Question” in six volumes on 13 CDs

CD 1-2: Volume 1 M2X 33014 “Musical Phonology”
CD 3-4: Volume 2 M2X 33017 “Musical Syntax”
CD 5-6: Volume 3 M3X 33020 “Musical Semantics”
CD 7-8: Volume 4 M3X 33024 “The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity”
CD 9-10: Volume 5 M3X 33028 “The Twentieth Century Crisis”
CD 11-13: Volume 6 M4X 33032 “The Poetry of Earth”

CD 1 :

1. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / First of All
2. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Perhaps the Principal Thing
3. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Let Me Start
4. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / This is Not Just a Sentimental Anecdote
5. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / From this Time
6. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / But How do we Investigate
7. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Now You Can See
8. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Universality is a Big Word
9. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Other Linguists
10. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / I Began by Imagining Myself
11. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Well, Then I Thought
12. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Let’s Make a Simple Analogy
13. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Maybe Even a Divine One
14. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / But Where do these Notes Come from?
15. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / This Acoustical Phenomenon
16. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / All These Upper Notes
17. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / The First Overtone
18. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / But More of that Later
19. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / But Let’s Not Make the Mistake
20. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / And that’s how the Tempered Clavichord
21. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Now this is a Substantive Universal

CD 2 :

1. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / But Let’s be Careful
2. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / And there is Always that Blue Note
3. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / But Even these Twelve Tones
4. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / I Trust You Realize
5. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / And Again Comes a Great Leap
6. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Now this Means
7. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / This Is Not to Say that There Were No Drastic Changes
8. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / But Meanwhile we are Still in the Golden Age
9. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / So, we’re in the Midst of a Chromatic Adventure
10. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / And All by Those Progressions
11. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Now, I Must Point Out
12. Vol. I – Musical Phonology / Do you Realize
13. Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550 / I. Allegro molto
14. Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550 / II. Andante
15. Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550 / III. Menuetto, Allegretto
16. Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, K. 550 / IV. Finale. Allegro assai

CD 3 :

1. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Every Once in a While
2. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Last Week
3. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Amen, says Noam Chomsky
4. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / I Suppose What Chomsky is Really After
5. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / So, Let’s Pull Up Our Socks
6. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / All Right, Let’s Try Another One
7. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Why Am I Taking Your Time
8. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Well Then
9. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / I Think it Follows
10. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / But First, What are These Principles
11. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Tranformational Grammar
12. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / But Now Just Think of that Sentence
13. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Since this is not a Linguistics Class
14. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Take the Passive Transformation
15. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Well, it hasn’t Brought us There
16. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Good – Now Just as Three Notes are Linked Together
17. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Now let’s Go Back
18. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Now We Are Ready
19. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Now I Wanna Take You
20. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Well, Transformation, Deletion, Embedding, Pronominalization
21. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / I Am Sure I Don’t Have to Trouble
22. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Here I Go
23. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / I Have Asked Myself
24. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / I Became so Fascinated

CD 4 :

1. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Let’s Take one Such Utterance
2. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Now Imagine
3. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Now Let’s See
4. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Mozart’s G Minor Symphony
5. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Now Our Job is
6. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / That Introductory Accompaniment
7. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / What Does this Three-Note Design Mean
8. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / The Reason I Pick Symmetry
9. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Now From Here On
10. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / And Once Again, We Are Back
11. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / By Far the Chief Transformational Principle
12. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / You See, One of the Great Failings
13. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Most People Hearing Mozart’s Opening
14. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / So What Your Ask
15. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / And if You are Still not Convinced
16. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / These Ambiguities
17. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / For Instance, in this Same First Movement
18. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / So All these Syntactic Transformations of the Same Material
19. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / He Talks About this Sonnet
20. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Because Now it’s Time
21. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / But Now Let’s Listen to
22. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Listen to the Whole Exposition
23. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / Development Coming Up
24. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / The Circle of Fifths Again
25. Vol. II – Musical Syntax / And That Was all One Single Sentence

CD 5 :

1. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / The Other Day
2. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / The First Would Show Us One Meaning
3. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Think of this Famous Passage
4. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / A Linguist Would Say
5. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Well, I Replied, Chomsky Would Say
6. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Of Course, That Last Metaphorical Leap
7. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Terrific, Said My Blonde Inquisitor
8. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / In Fact, When You Think of the Number
9. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / All Right, First Let’s Look Briefly
10. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Playing, That’s the Word
11. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / But Does This Stravinskian Game Concept
12. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / There Are Three Specific Ways
13. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Now, Having Defined My Usages of Metaphor
14. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / And Here We Are in Trouble
15. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Are We Feeling What Beethoven Supposedly Felt
16. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / We Will Never Know
17. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Now, If We Accept This General Idea
18. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / In Our Last Lecture
19. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / We All Recognize Antithesis
20. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / It Can And It Does
21. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / And Again, as in the Poem
22. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / In Fact, it Has Been Authoritatively Suggested
23. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / We Can Expand the Idea
24. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / What Do You Suppose
25. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / What’ Seriously Striking
26. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / So Why the Pastorale on this Lecture
27. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Let’s Begin at the Beginning
28. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / But What of the More Obvious Melodic Material
29. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / But to Develop How
30. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Now We Have an Insight
31. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / But Wait
32. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / But Why Were Just Those Two Notes Added

CD 6 :

1. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / The Metaphor Arises
2. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / But in the Ensuing Four Bars
3. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / But That’s Not the Main Event
4. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Well, That’s the Beginning
5. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / That’s One of the Questions
6. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / This Interference of the Two Frequencies
7. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / But What Are We to Say
8. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / It Is To Be Found
9. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Now That’s One Way of Looking
10. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / At This Point
11. Vol. III – Musical Semantics / Even if You Can Succeed
12. Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 “Pastoral” / I. Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande. Allegro ma non troppo
13. Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 “Pastoral” / II. Scene am Bach. Andante molto moto
14. Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 “Pastoral” / III. Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute. Allegro
15. Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 “Pastoral” / IV. Gewitter. Sturm. Allegro
16. Symphony No. 6 in F Major, Op. 68 “Pastoral” / V. Hirtengesang. Frohe und dankbare Gefühle nach dem Sturm. Allegretto

CD 7 :

1. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / When I First Wrote Down the Title
2. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Part of the Danger
3. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / The Idea of Ambiguity
4. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Similarly, in Our Second Lecture
5. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Then What’s the Magic Secret
6. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Enough of Ambiguity
7. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / The Irony of All This
8. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / But, Mind You
9. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Where Music Was Concerned
10. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Only Think Of
11. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / And Chopin Well We Can’t Ignore Chopin
12. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / And Then, in The Same Little Mazurka
13. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Foolish Questions
14. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Let Me Try to Read You
15. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Listen To This
16. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / They Began to Intermingle
17. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / The Pivotal Point
18. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / So There Is a Dramatic Change
19. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / So it is After All Not So Surprising
20. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Now If You Noticed
21. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / You See, the Music Is Trying Hard
22. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / So That Instant in Musical Time
23. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Now Romeo Is All Stirred Up
24. Roméo and Juliet, A Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17 / 1. Roméo Seul: Tristesse – Bruits de Concerts et de Bal – Grand Fête chez Capulet: Andante malinconico e sostenuto
25. Roméo and Juliet, A Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17 / Allegro – Larghetto espressivo – (Instrumental)
26. Roméo and Juliet, A Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17 / Allegro – (Instrumental)
27. Roméo and Juliet, A Dramatic Symphony, Op. 17 / Réunion des duex Themes, du Larghetto et de l’Allegro (Instrumental)
28. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / What a Piece
29. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Quite Unconsciously Borrowed
30. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / My Purpose In All This
31. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Is It, Says Wagner

CD 8 :

1. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Every Diminished Seventh Chord
2. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Now the Remarkable Thing Is
3. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / And This Is What Gives Tristan
4. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Prelude and Love-Death (From “Tristan and Isolde”)
5. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / That May be the Slowest Performance
6. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / But Ultimately
7. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Poetry Has Begun to Show
8. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / And When Debussy
9. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / It’s Lovely, This Dreaming
10. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / For Example, Do You Remember
11. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / In Fact, the Ending of this Piece
12. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Let Me Show You Briefly
13. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / This New Episode that Proceeds
14. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / For Instance, Hardly Have We Had Time
15. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Because the Scale
16. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / It’s Almost Exactly What Happens
17. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Literally Translated
18. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / But Notice, Too, that the Example
19. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Both Works Have Definitive Beginnings
20. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Listen As I Play
21. Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, L. 86
22. Vol. IV – The Delights and Dangers of Ambiguity / Some Crazy Modern Music

CD 9 :

1. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Our Lecture Tonight
2. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Rhapsodie espagnole, M. 54: IV. Feria
3. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / What a Way to Enter the Twentieth Century
4. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / But 1908, if the Truth to be Told
5. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / These Troubling Presentiments
6. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / So, now in 1908
7. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / This Is Atonality
8. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / A Charming Idea
9. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / The Unanswered Question
10. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / I that Luminous Final Triad
11. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / I Have Recently Been Reading
12. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / We Have Already Referred to Some of Those
13. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / In Any Case
14. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / But For All These Reasons
15. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Son of Tristan
16. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Now You Look at Those First Two Bars
17. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Of Course, There Are Lots
18. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / It’s as Though a New Covenant
19. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Trouble is, That the New Musical Rules
20. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / The Kind of Tonal Feeling
21. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Of Course, There Are Those Who Say
22. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / It Seems Somehow Inevitable
23. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Is There Possibly the Beginning
24. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / And What About Beethoven’s Nineth
25. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / These Are Some of the Problems

CD 10 :

1. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Now Let’s Jump Ahead
2. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Let’s Put it Another Way
3. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / First of All, Berg Chose a Tone Row
4. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / So, All in All
5. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Berg: Violin Concerto (Excerpt)
6. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Fantastic
7. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / It Comes at a Point
8. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / Berg: Violin Concerto: II. Allegro, ma sempre rubato –
9. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / If This Particularly Demanding Lecture
10. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / If You Really Have Been Thinking
11. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / But While Restudying this Work
12. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / The Twentieth Century
13. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / What Do You Do If You Know All This
14. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / It’s Very Strange, How the Pieces
15. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / What Exactly Was This News
16. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / We Emerge From a Cinema
17. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / As You Listen to This Finale
18. Vol. V – The Twentieth Century Crisis / This is Mahler
19. Symphony No. 9 in D Major / IV. Adagio. Sehr langsam und noch zurückhaltend

CD 11 :

1. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / I Know What Your Are Thinking
2. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / What About This
3. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / I Am Plaguing You With this Question
4. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Of Course What he is Really Talking About
5. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But It Was Precisely
6. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Now I Have Just Used Two Words
7. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / In Fact, It Was Satie, Picasso, and Cocteau
8. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But Our Scene
9. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Even in the Most
10. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / For Our Purposes
11. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Musicologists Are Always Pointing
12. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But Bitonality Does Not Only Serve
13. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Of Course, Polytonality Can And Does
14. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Now What’s Going On
15. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / And While You Are in That Record Shop
16. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Of Course, These Asymmetries
17. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Brutal It May Be
18. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Now, Remember
19. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / These Are Two Sets
20. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Just Cast An Eye
21. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Now That Page of Music
22. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But the Most Striking Semantic Effect
23. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / This New Aesthetic Relaxation
24. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Even Some Germans
25. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / You Can See How the Transformation
26. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Chomsky Himself Gives a Classic Example
27. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Very Important, the Ironic Element
28. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / So, It Would Seem
29. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But This Neoclassic Approach
30. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / I Think This Is Again a Moment
31. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / It’s the Essence
32. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / If This Poem Were Rewritten

CD 12 :

1. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Why Have I Digressed
2. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Now Can You Understand
3. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Untermeyer Called This
4. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Of Course, With the Waste Land
5. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But the Thing of It All Is
6. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / We Are Going to Hear
7. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / One Has Only Learnt to Get
8. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Now I propose Only Because
9. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / This Union Is Possible Only Because
10. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But What Has All This to Do With Stravinsky
11. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / And This Is the Essence
12. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Look: Here Is a Joke
13. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Chilling, Shattering, Neoclassic
14. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Stravinsky’s Own Aesthetic Pronouncements
15. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But Of Course He Was Forced
16. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / And Now We Are Finally Ready
17. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / And Then Mozart Appears
18. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But This Eclecticism Knows No Bounds
19. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Now All This I Had Planned to Tell You
20. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / You Think That’s Funny
21. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / How About That
22. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / Then Came the Answer
23. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / But Why This Particular Misalliance
24. Vol. VI – The Poetry of Earth / My Words Are Poor

CD 13 :

1. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Prologue: “Your Are About to Hear a Latin Version of Oedipus the King – Michael Wagner
2. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act I: “Caedit nos pestis”
3. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act I: “Liberi vos liberabo”
4. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act I: “This is Creon, Brother-In-Law of Oedipus – Michael Wagner
5. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act I: “Respondit Deus”
6. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act I:” Oedipus Questions the Fountain of Truth
7. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act I: “Dicere non possum”
8. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act I: “Gloria!”
9. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: The Dispute of the Princess Attracts the Attention of Jocasta
10. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: “Nonn’erubescite, reges”
11. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: “Ne Probentur Oracula”
12. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: “Ego senem cecici”
13. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: The Witness to the Murder Comes Out of the Shadow – Michael Wagner
14. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II “Adest omniscius pastor”
15. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: “Nonne monstru rescituri”
16. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: And Now You Are Going to Hear That Famous Monolog – Michael Wagner
17. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: “Divum locastae caput mortuum!”
18. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Act II: “Ecce! Regem Oedipoda”
19. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Va-le-di-co
20. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / During that Decade
21. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / It Was At This Point That I Wrote
22. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / What Interests Me About It
23. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / Is it Possible
24. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / It’s As Tough in the Period
25. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex / And I Believe

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