Monday, January 25, 2016

Tom Quick Announces Black History Month Radio Program Part IV for 2016, Live Streamed,, Sunday, February 28, 10 PM - Midnight ET

James P. Johnson's Yamekraw: A Negro Rhapsody, orchestrated by William Grant Still, is the opening work on the CD, which is the world premiere recording of the final version of the work.  Naxos 8.559647

Broadcast No. 166 for The Grand @101 for February 28/2016

Black History Month No. IV
Gary Hammond:  Piano.                Yamekraw. A Negro Rhapsody.   James Price Johnson.
Hot Springs Music Festival Symphony Orchestra.
Conductor. Richard Rosenberg.
Merwin Siu:  Violin.     Ethnic Variations on a Theme of Paganini.   David Baker.
Phoenix Park-Kim: Piano.
Albert Lee:  Tenor.       Lilacs for Voice and Orchestra.  George Walker.
Sinfonia da Camera.
Conductor. Ian Hobson.
Fort Smith Symphony:      Symphony No. 2 in G minor.  William G. Still.
Conductor. John Jeter.
Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra:     Black,Brown, and Beige.   Ellington. orch: Maurice Peress.
Conductor. JoAnn Falletta.
Marie-Josee Lord:  Soprano.           Amazing Grace
Ensemble Vocal Epiphanie.
Merwin Siu:  Violin.                     Deep River. Coleridge-Taylor Trans:  Maud Powell.
Phoenix Park-Kim:  Piano.
Marie-Josee Lord:  Soprano.       Ma Marie  (Trad. African: Congo)
Ensemble Vocal Epiphanie.
Alan Hobbins.  Piano.                    Prelude in D minor, Op. 23 No. 4          Rachmaninov.
Alan Hobbins:  Piano.                    Prelude in G minor, Op. 23, No.5          Rachmaninov.
Alan Hobbins:  Piano.                    Prelude in  E.flat major. Op. 39, No. 6  Rachmaninov.
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