The Art Movement – Episode 3 – Song List

The Art Movement is a radio show about art and culture format that I am developing at the moment. Is the full list of songs I played on the latest episode of the show, which you can listen to via the player below.

  • Kaleidoscópio, “Você Me Apareceu”
  • The Rolling Stones, “Living in a Ghost Town”
  • Dionne Warwick, “Loneliness Remembers What Happiness Forgets”
  • Kanye West, “Power”
  • Bebe, “Malo”
  • Antonio Vivaldi, “Allegro Non Molto” from “The Four Seasons: Winter” (Performed by the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra under Martin Sieghart)
  • The Beach Boys, “Surfin’ USA”
  • Willie “The Lion” Smith, “Eachoes of Spring”
  • Soft Cell, “Frustration”
  • Glenn Miller Orchestra, “Pennsylvania 6-5000”

The Art Movement – Episode #6 (RADIO SHOW)

Welcome to THE ART MOVEMENT, a radio show that revolves around art and culture, where all art and free thoughts are allowed. This is the sixth episode of a radio show format created and hosted by arts presenter Matt Micucci, featuring plenty of music, interview clips, comedy and chat about current events.

Featured in this episode: Marina Abramovic, Richard Tuttle, Kanye West, Antonio Vivaldi, Chris Cipollini & More.

30-Day Song Challenge #5: A Song That Needs to Be Played Loud

I’m going to do the 30-Day Song Challenge, which has recently gone viral. However, me being me, I’m going to expand on the concept to write a few lines about each of the songs I choose and why I chose them, as each of the songs I choose I am – for one reason or another – attached to.

Antonio Vivaldi, “Winter: Allegro Non Molto”

I have been into punk rock since I was a teen and later, I also learned to appreciate and love free jazz. Besides that, I should also mention that loud is my favourite way of listening to music in general.

Yet, it would be too easy and not enough of a challenge if I didn’t go down a surprising route with this one. The fact is that my interest in music began with an early interest in classical music, which started when I was about five years old, when I watched Amadeus.

That experience ended up being a formative experience for me for a couple of reasons. One is that the depiction of Mozart in that film shaped my own personality as I got older. Secondly is that it made me love movies and music in a big way, and made me want to find out more about it via precocious research that soon, eventually, transformed into a complete love for the arts at large.

So, given my interest in classical music, I should refer to an awesome recent experience while in Venice for the first time last year, when I walked around the city listening to Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Right when “Winter” kicked in, loudly booming in my ear, I turned the corner and there was Piazza San Marco. An experience I will never forget – despite the fact that it was summer.

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