Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Tom Quick Streams Fourth Black History Month Music Program, 9-11 PM Sunday, February 22, 2015 on

So much to tell: Copland, Barber, Gershwin
Measha Bruggergosman
CBC Records

Symphonic Variations on an African Air
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
Argo 010623

Senku: Piano Music by Composers of African Descent
Deep River,
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
Troubled Water, Margaret A. Bonds
MSR Classics MS1091

Again this year, Classical Music radio host Tom Quick of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada has kindly sent us the repertoire for Black History Month programs, which are streamed on the Internet.  This year he is presenting four Black History Month broadcasts on The Grand 92.9. The fourth will be from 9-11 PM on Sunday, February 22, 2015 on

Broadcast No. 112 for FM 92.9 “The Grand”  for February 22/2015.

Part 4 of a 4 week series for Black History Month.
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orc:  
Symphonic Variations on an African Air.  Coleridge-Taylor.
Conductor. Grant Llewellyn.
Three Dream Pictures.  Margaret Bonds.
Odekhiren Amaize:  Bass-Baritone.   
David Korevaar:  Piano.
Bethena (A concert Waltz)  Scott Joplin.
Itzhak Perlman:  Violin.                     
Andre Previn:  Piano.                                                       
Symphony No. 2 in G minor. “Song of a New Race”  
William Grant Still.
Fort Smith Symphony:     
Conductor. John Jeter.
Robert Pete Williams:       Levee Camp Blues. 
(Recorded at the Louisiana State Penitentiary 
John Lee hooker:               How Long must I be your Slave.                                                          
Embraceable You.   Gershwin   
By Strauss.               Gershwin.  
I’ve Got a Crush on You.  Gershwin. 
Measha Brueggergosman:  Soprano.             
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra:                      
Conductor. Roy Goodman.                          
Torn Between Love and Duty.   Berlioz.
Measha Brueggergosman:  Soprano.        
Manitoba Chamber orchestra,
Conductor. Roy Goodman.
Three Spirituals.   Adolphus Hailstork.
Virginia Symphony Orchestra:                 
Conductor. JoAnn Falletta.
Deep River.     Coleridge-Taylor.   
William Chapman Nyaho:  Piano.                    
Troubled Waters.   Margaret Bonds.
William Chapman Nyaho:  Piano.               
Dear March, come in.   Copland. 
Measha Brueggergosman:  Soprano.         
Manitoba Chamber Orchestra.
Conductor. Roy Goodman.

Kind  regards,

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