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In all the years that Peter Schickele has been " discover ing" the music of P. Bach , his greatest accomplishment may be "New Horizons in Music Appreciation. However, two announcers -- Schickele and Robert Dennis -- give a play-by-play of the performance, along with the noise of an enthusiastic crowd , as if it were a competition between the orchestra and the conductor. Surprisingly, two smarmy sports commentator s talking over one of the most beautiful pieces of classical music is not as irritating as you'd think. First, they're very funny. Second, and most significantly, they actually make the music more exciting. See, Beethoven's Fifth Symphony is the most famous piece of classical music ever -- people worldwide recognize it just from its first four notes. There is probably no one on earth who hasn't been exposed to those four notes, and that global familiarity breeds -- well, not contempt , but Beethoven's Fifth has certainly become a classical cliche. The commentary by Schickele and Dennis lets us see Beethoven's Fifth for what it always has been -- an incredibly exciting work of genius. After initially dismissing the performance as predictable "I think we'll be hearing a lot of that four-note motif," notes Schickele , inexpert the announcers discuss a bad musician for about a minute , and halting "They keep stopping," Schickele complains , the announcers think they have the ending all figured out, until a shocked Schickele screams, "WAIT A MINUTE!
Report from Hoople: P. Bach on the Air was released on Vanguard Records in It is set up as a radio broadcast of the music of P. In addition to P. Bach music, the record includes New Horizons in Music Appreciation, a piece in which Schickele and Robert Dennis do a play-by-play on a performance of the first movement of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony as if it were a football game. On the back cover, Schickele thanks "members of his graduate seminar in Accidental Originality" including future famous composer Philip Glass. Bach ?
The Wurst of P. Bach is a collection of works by Peter Schickele under his comic pseudonym of P. Bach originally recorded on the Vanguard Records label by the composer. It includes "lowlights" from four different Vanguard albums: An Evening with P. Bach —? Bach on the Air , and P. Bach's half-act opera The Stoned Guest. Wurst is the German word for sausage , with the album cover photograph set in a sausage shop.