Saturday, February 8, 2014

Black History Month Broadcast No. 1 by Tom Quick for Monday, February 10, 2014 is streamed live at from 9 PM-11 PM Eastern Time

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On 2/7/2014 Tom Quick wrote:
Hello William, 
Greetings from Kitchener, Ontario.
I’m a volunteer broadcaster with FM 98.5 and am planning for the next three weeks to feature Black History Month.
Just wanted to say how much I’ve appreciated your website, it has help me to learn a lot about Black artists, and what’s available.
Kind regards,  

AfriClassical replied, in part:

If you would like to highlight one of your Black History events, you can send me information and a photo which can be posted on the blog.

Bill Zick

Tom Quick wrote:
Hello William
This is my broadcast for next Monday. I will be doing three broadcasts on Mondays from 9.00—11.00 PM on

I have a series called “Women in Music”  so next week I plan to highlight Female black artists.
Black History Month Broadcast No. 1 for February 10, 2014
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.  Symphonic Variations on an African Air, Op. 63. Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
Conductor. Grant Llewellyn.
Phoenix Park-Kim.  Piano.     Cinnamon Grove—Suite for Piano.  Nathaniel Dett.
Eliesha Nelson:  Viola.          Poem for Viola and Piano.    Quincy Porter.
John McLaughlin:  Piano.
Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra:   Black, Brown, & Beige—Suite.  Duke Ellington.
Conductor. JoAnn Falletta.
Alan Hobbins:  Piano.    Prelude No. 1 (1926)   Gershwin.
Alan Hobbins:       “        Prelude No 2 “Blue lullaby” (1926)  Gershwin.
Alan Hobbins:       “        Prelude No. 3 Spanish Prelude.  Gershwin.
Alan Hobbins:       “        Prelude. melody No. 17 (1925-1926)
Alan Hobbins:       “        Prelude Rubato (1923)
Fort Smith Symphony:  Symphony No. 1 “Afro-American”  William Grant Still.
Conductor. John Jeter.
The Schola Cantorum of the University of Arkansas.  Lord I looked Down the Road.  William Grant Still
Conductor. Jack Groh.                                                   

Hard Trails.   William Grant Still
Holy Spirit Don’t You Leave Me.   
William Grant Still
Northern Arizona University Wind Band.     Three Negro Dances. Florence Price.
Conductor.  Patricia J. Hoy.
Kind regards.

Comments by email:
1) Congratulations artists and composers especially Phoenix Park-Kim.  John Malveaux, 

2) Hello William,  Thank you for the promotion. This is appreciated. Please feel free to include my e-mail if anyone wishes to contact me.  Kind regards,  Tom. [Tom Quick]

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