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Bach, Johann Sebastian, "Dein Blut, der edle Saft," 0:51. In Simply Baroque, 1999. Performed by The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Yo-yo Ma, Baroque cello, Ton Koopman, Conductor, organ and harpsichord:  the wedding:  third.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, "Ertot uns durch dein Gute," 1:30. In Simply Baroque, 1999. Performed by The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Yo-yo Ma, Baroque cello, Ton Koopman, Conductor, organ and harpsichord:  the wedding:  fourth.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, "Jesus, bleibet meine Freunde (Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring)," 2:44. In Simply Baroque, 1999. Performed by The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Yo-yo Ma, Baroque cello, Ton Koopman, Conductor, organ and harpsichord:  the wedding:  second.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, "Kommst du nun, Jesu, vom Himmel herunter," 3:07. In Simply Baroque, 1999. Performed by The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Yo-yo Ma, Baroque cello, Ton Koopman, Conductor, organ and harpsichord:  the wedding:  first.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, "Lass mein Herz die Munze sein," 3:00. In Simply Baroque, 1999. Performed by The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Yo-yo Ma, Baroque cello, Ton Koopman, Conductor, organ and harpsichord:  the wedding.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, "Partita No. 1 in B-Flat Major 4," 3:10. In Glenn Gould, Images, 1995. Glenn Gould, piano:  traveling at night.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, "Sei Lob und Preis mit Ehren," 2:18. In Simply Baroque, 1999. Performed by The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Yo-yo Ma, Baroque cello, Ton Koopman, Conductor, organ and harpsichord:  the wedding picture.

Bach, Johann Sebastian, "Toccata in G minor," 8:47. In Glenn Gould, Images, 1995. Glenn Gould, piano:  lucia in the landscape.

Bartok, Bela, "Sonata for Solo Violin III: Melodia", 8:27. In Bela Bartok, Violin Sonatas, 2010. Performed by Isabelle Faust:  bartok's trees.

Bocage, Edward, "My Dearest Darling," 3:02. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James:  the courtship.

Boccherini, Luigi, "Adagio," Concerto in G Major for Cello and String Orchestra, 4:52. In Simply Baroque, 1999. Performed by The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Yo-yo Ma, Baroque cello, Ton Koopman, Conductor, organ and harpsichord:  the alchemical marriage of lucia and hugo.

Cage, John, "(XV)," 3:42. In Sonatas and Interludes, 2004. Performed by Julie Steinberg, prepared piano:  scientific lucia.

Dresher, Paul, "Water Dreams" (excerpt 3:07), 13:16, 1985. In This Same Temple, 1996. Performed by Paul Dresher and Sarah Willner:  looking for lucia.

Dylan, Bob, "What Was It You Wanted?" 5:03, 1989. In Oh Mercy, 1989. Performed by Bob Dylan: virtualists & hunters.

Grisay, Gerard, "pt. iii" (excerpt 3:29), 18:35. In Le Noir de l'Etoile.   Performed by Les Percussions de Strausbourg:  jardin virtuel.

Grisay, Gerard, "pt. ii" (excerpt 1:52), 11:02. In Le Noir de l'Etoile.    Performed by Les Percussions de Strausbourg:  lucia gathered.

Gordon, Mack, "At Last," 3:01. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James:  at last.

Hunt, Floyd, "Fool that I Am," 2:58. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James:  fool that i am.

Ives, Charles, "Thoreau" (excerpt 1:37), 12:45. In Piano Sonata No. 2 "Concord, Mass. 1840," 2005. Performed by Gilbert Kalish:  epigraph 1: dreams of lucia.

Jans, Thomas, "Lovin' Arms," 3:49. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James:  something told me it was over.

Jordan, Ellington, "I'd Rather Go Blind," 2:34. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James:  if you could see me now.

Kirkland, Leroy, "Something's Got a Hold on Me," 2:49. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James:  something's got a hold on me.

 

La Barbara, Joan and Kenneth Goldsmith, "29," 0:20. In 73 Poems, 1994. Performed by Joan La Barbara:  six ways to look for lucia.  

Lang, David, "Beach (Extrait de 'Memory Pieces')," 6:12. In Jay Gottlieb, Continents, 2003. Jay Gottlieb, piano:  title page.

Leonard, Anita, "A Sunday Kind of Love," 3:18. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James:  a sunday kind of love.

Mahler, Gustav, Kindertotenlieder II, "Nun seh'ich wohl, warum so dunkle," 5:12. Performed by London Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein, Conductor, Janet Baker, Mezzo-Soprano:  death.

Massi, Souad, "Houria (Freedom)" (excerpt 0:21), 3:12. In Deb (Heart Broken), 2004. Performed by Souad Massi, et al:  neti-neti lucia.

Massi, Souad, "Moudja (The Wave)" (excerpt 0:37), 3:23. Deb (Heart Broken), 2004. Performed by Souad Massi, et al:  lucia is everywhere.

Oldorp, Andreas, "Trost fur Anfanger (Consolation for Beginners)," 5:32, 2002. In Bernd Schulz, ed., Resonanzen/ Resonances: Aspects of Sound Art, Saarbrucken, Germany, Stadtgalerie Saarbrucken, Kehrer, 2003. Andreas Oldorp, installation:  epigraph 2: each bird's call.

Piazzolla, Astor, "Adios Nonino," 8:00 (excerpt 1:36). In The Best of Astor Piazzolla, 2005. Performed by Astor Piazzolla y su Quinteto:  lucia portraits.

Radigue, Eliane, Jetson Mila, disc 2, (excerpt 0:42), 39:56, 1986. Performed and digitally recorded by Eliane Radigue:  slow lucia home page.

Ragovoy, Jerry and Mort Shuman, "Get It while You Can," 3:23. In Janis Joplin, Pearl, 1971. Performed by Janis Joplin and Full Tilt Boogie:  lucia in the netscape.

Reinhardt, Django, "Melodie au Crepuscule [Love's Melody]," 2:45. In Verve Jazz Masters 38, 1994. Performed by Django Reinhardt and Le Quintette du Hot Club de France with Stephane Grappelly:  start close to home.

Ros, Sigur, "Saeglopur," 7:39. In Takk..., 2005. Performed by Sigur Ros:  epigraph 3: lucia mind.

Ros, Sigur, "Track 6" (excerpt 2:00), 8:48. In ( ), 2002. Performed by Sigur Ros:  fairytales.

Santaolalla, Gustavo, "De Ushuaia a la Quiaca" (exerpt 0:11), 2:51. In Hear Music, Vol. 1. Performed by Gustavo Santaolalla:  lucia, a creation myth.

Santaolalla, Gustavo, "De Ushuaia a la Quiaca" (exerpt 0:47), 2:51. In Hear Music, Vol. 1. Performed by Gustavo Santaolalla:  in the nowhere darkness.

Santaolalla, Gustavo, "De Ushuaia a la Quiaca" (exerpt 0:34), 2:51. In Hear Music, Vol. 1. Performed by Gustavo Santaolalla:  green arrives.

Santaolalla, Gustavo, "De Ushuaia a la Quiaca" (exerpt 0:25), 2:51. In Hear Music, Vol. 1. Performed by Gustavo Santaolalla:  looking for yellow.

Santaolalla, Gustavo, "De Ushuaia a la Quiaca" (exerpt 0:46), 2:51. In Hear Music, Vol. 1. Performed by Gustavo Santaolalla:  lucia arrives.

Schwartz, Jean, "Trust in Me," 2:59. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James:  trust in me.

Thompson, Sonny, "Anything to Say You're Mine," 2:36. In The Essential Etta James, 1993. Performed by Etta James: worried over you.

Webster, Mary Hull, "A Chorus of Cells," 2:42. In video A Chorus of Cells, 2003: morphological lucia.

Webster, Mary Hull, "How to Hunt Lucia," 1:09. In video How to Hunt Lucia, 2009:  how to hunt lucia.

Webster, Mary Hull, "Years Pass, Something," 1:12, 2009: years pass, something.

Yorke, Thomas, "Morning Bell," 4:33. In Radiohead, Kid A, 2008. Performed by Radiohead:  lucia beauty.