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Messiaen's 'Turangalila' and Passwords

Megan Sukys/Dave Beck
09/05/2007

For Olivier Messiaen, the universe expanded not in space, but in sound. Today on the Beat, Maestro Geoffrey Simon tells us how a mythic tale of love and death emerges in Messiaen's musical imagination. We also get advice for picking, protecting and preserving passwords.



At 2:05 p.m. - Password Management: Cracking the Code
Passwords protect your valuable information ... as long as you can remember them. We may use anywhere from five to more than twenty passwords every day, sometimes changing them every few months. Freelance technology reporter Glenn Fleishman understands the challenge of managing all that security. Today, he offers some advice for picking, protecting and preserving passwords.

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  • Glenn Fleishman's blog


  • At 2:25 p.m. - Messiaen and the Martenot
    For Olivier Messiaen, the universe expanded not in space, but in sound. The early 20th century composer draws on nature, mysticism and exotic instruments for his ambitious compositions. Geoffrey Simon conducts Messiaen's revolutionary Turangalila Symphony this Sunday at Benaroya Hall. Today he tells us how a mythic tale of love and death emerges through Messiaen's musical imagination.

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  • Northwest Mahler Orchestra


  • At 2:50 p.m. - Greg Atkinson Cooking Klatch
    Our weekly visit with food writer, chef, and culinary consultant Greg Atkinson.

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  • Northwest Essentials
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