Strange Dreams: Saturday, Nov. 12 | 9pm

by Maggie Molloy
The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dalí.

Artists have long been fascinated by the subconscious. Salvador Dalí used to nap at his painter’s easel, ready to capture whatever melting clocks or lobster telephones drifted into his dreams. Composers do the same thing sometimes…

On this Saturday’s episode of Second Inversion: Strange Dreams. From the surreal to the subliminal, we’re exploring composers’ wildest and most bizarre musical visions.

One composer finds music in the snores of his sleeping partner. Another explores how our evening TV viewing seeps into our subconscious. We’ll hear from a composer who imagines herself in the dreaming mind of her pet turtle⁠—plus, the whimsical story of a dream collector, who runs around picking up everyone’s dreams at the end of the night.

To listen, tune in to KING FM on Saturday, Nov. 12 at 9pm PT.

3 thoughts on “Strange Dreams: Saturday, Nov. 12 | 9pm

    • Hello! Thank you for listening over the weekend. You can always find the full playlist for each week’s episode on the Classical KING web playlist under the corresponding date and time. The piece playing at 9:37pm would have been Meredith Monk’s “Turtle Dreams,” which was followed by Terry Riley’s “Sunrise of the Planetary Dream Collector.” Here’s a link to Classical KING’s web playlist:

      Thanks for listening with open ears!

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