Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Canadian Radio Host Tom Quick Streams Second Black History Month Program, 9-11 PM Sunday, February 8, 2015 on www.thegrand929.com

Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra:  “Harlem.”  Duke Ellington. (orch. Maurice Peress)
Conductor.  JoAnn Falletta.  Naxos 8.559737 (2013)

Fort Smith Symphony:   Symphony No.1 “Afro-American”    William Grant Still.
Conductor.  John Jeter.  Naxos 8.559174 (2005)

Classical Music host Tom Quick of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada kindly sends us the repertoire for Black History Month programs, which are streamed on the Internet.  This year he plans four Black History Month broadcasts on The Grand 92.9. The second will be from 9-11 PM on Sunday, February 8, 2015 on www.thegrand929.com.

Hello William,
Broadcast No. 110 for The Grand FM 92.9 
www.thegrand929.com for February 8/2015

Part 2 of 4 for Black History Month.

Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra:         “Harlem.”  Duke 
Ellington. (orch. Maurice Peress)
Conductor. JoAnn Falletta.

Angela Brown: Soprano.  A Women’s Life.  (on Texts by Maya Angelou) Richard Danielpour.
Nashville Symphony,
Conductor. Giancarlo Guerrero.                                                         

Fort Smith Symphony:         Symphony No.1 “Afro-American”    William Grant Still.
Conductor. John Jeter.

Martin McCain:  Bass Trombone.    Vocalise.   Rachmaninov/
arr McCain.
Artina McCain:  Piano.                                                           

Sam Cooke:                         Chain Gang.
Paul Robeson:                    Ol’ Man River.

Frank Townsell:  Piano.     Caprice de Concert 1-2 & 3.  John W.”Blind” Boone.

The Nathaniel Dett Chorale:         
Director: Brainerd Blyden-Taylor.  
I’ll Never Turn Back No More.  R. Nathaniel Dett..  Can/Con
Let Us The Weary Traveler.        R. Nathaniel Dett    Can/Con
Hew ‘Round the Tree.                R. Nathaniel Dett.   Can/Con
 Ave Maria.                                   R. Nathaniel Dett.   Can/Con.

Kind regards

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