Monday, January 11, 2016

Tom Quick Announces first of 10 Black History Month Radio Programs for 2016, Live Streamed,, February 7, 10 PM - Midnight ET

William Grant Still (1895-1978) is profiled at, which features a comprehensive Works List by Dr. Dominique-Rene de Lerma,

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) is profiled at which features a comprehensive Works List and a Bibliography by Dr. Dominique-Rene de Lerma,

Radio Host Tom Quick of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada announces he will present ten broadcasts for Black History Month 2016 which will be live streamed on three Canadian radio stations.  Here is the first, which can be heard at

Broadcast No. 163 for The Grand @101 on February 7/2016
Black History Month.

Fort Smith Symphony:                       Poem for Orchestra. William Grant Still.
Conductor. John Jeter.
Philippe Graffin:  Violin.                   Violin Concerto in G minor Op. 80  Coleridge-Taylor.
Johannesburg Philharmonic Orchestra.
Conductor. Michael Hankinson
Alan Hobbins:  Piano.                           Prelude No. 1   (1926)                Gershwin
Alan Hobbins:  Piano.                           Prelude No .II   (Blue Lullaby)   Gershwin.
Alan Hobbins:  Piano.                          Prelude No. III   (Spanish Prelude)  Gershwin.
Alan Hobbin:   Piano.                           Prelude Melody No. 17.    Gershwin.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra:            Negro Folk Symphony.    William L. Dawson.
Conductor. Neeme Jarvi.
William Chapman Nyaho:   Piano.     “In The Bottom’s”  Suite.  R. Nathaniel Dett.
Robert Honeysucker:  Baritone.         Songs of Separation.  William Grant Still.
Alan Hobbins:  Piano.                         Prelude Rubato.  Gershwin
Alan Hobbins:  Piano.                         Rialto  Ripples.    Gershwin.
Kind regards,

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