But Not Forgotten: Music by African-American Composers for Clarinet & Piano; Marcus Eley, clarinet; Lucerne DeSa, piano; Sono Luminus DSL-92156 (2012)
Extase; Measha Brueggergosman, Soprano; Yoav Talmi, Orchestre symphonique de Quebec; Alliance (2006)
Canadian radio host Tom Quick is again sharing his Black History Month
programs with us this year. The same music aired on FM 101.1 from 10 PM to Midnight EST in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada will be live streamed on the Internet at www.thegrand101.com
Here is the first Black History Month program for 2017:
FM 101.1 www.thegrand101.com
Broadcast No. 216 for thegrand@101 for February 5/2017
Black History Month. Part 1 (Women in Music)Hello William Greetings from Kitchener, Ontario.Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra: The River-Suite. Ellington. Arr: Ron Collier. 21.00Conductor. JoAnn Falletta.Pumeza Matshikiza: Soprano. They Call me Mimi. “La Boheme” Puccini 4.40Aarhus Symphony Orchestra. Song of the Moon. “Rusalka” Dvorak. 5.40Conductor. Tobias Ringborg.BREAKMaria Corley: Piano. Mother’s Sacrifice. L. Viola Kinney. 5.20Maria Corley: Piano Troubled Water: Margaret Bonds. 5.06The Women’s Philharmonic: Mississippi River Suite. Florence Price. 27.50Conductor. Apo HsuBREAK.Measha Brueggergosman: Soprano. Weep, Weep my Eyes. “Le Cid” Massenet. 5.45 Can/ConQuebec Symphony Orchestra: He is Sweet, He is Good. “Herodiade: Massenet. 5.30 Can/ConConductor. Yoav Talmi. Torn between love and Duty. “Benvenuto Cellini” Berlioz. 4.00 Can/ConMarcus Eley: Clarinet. Night Fantasy. Dorothy Rudd Moore. 11.40Lucerne DeSa: Piano. Introduction and Allegro. Undine Smith Moore. 2.20Alan Hobbins: Piano. Prelude 1 (1926) Gershwin. 1.35 Can/ConAlan Hobbins: Piano. Prelude. 2 Blue Lullaby. Gershwin. 4.05 Can/ConAlan Hobbins: Piano. Prelude 3 Spanish Prelude. Gershwin. 1.15 Can/ConAlan Hobbins: Piano. Prelude Melody No.17 Gershwin. 2.30 Can/Con.