Show your work — links for CDA radio episode 1

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CDA radio episodes are chock-full of sound that was ruthlessly plundered from various sources and sites. Below you’ll find everything used on the show. Click here to hear the show.

1. Young man pull up your pants

2. Larry Norman

3. The Simpsons theme

4. “Maria” from Westside Story

5. Marilyn Manson, “The Beautiful People”

6. Phoenix, “Lisztomania”

7. Liszt, Mephisto Waltzes One and Two

8. The Complete Book of Classical Music used for Liszt info

9.  Danse macabre at IMSLP provided info on the piece

10. Danse macabre on Youtube

11. Info on Paganini: The Twenty-Four Caprices of Niccolò Paganini. Their significance for the history of violin playing and the music of the Romantic era

12. Devil’s Laughter caprice

13. Tartini info: Encyclopedia Britannica

14. “Devil’s Trill” by Tartini

15. Tuxedomoon, “Tritone”

16. Johann Joseph Fux, entry in The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians

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