Thursday, February 19, 2015

Tom Quick: 'Women in Music Celebrates Black History Month' from 9-11 PM on Monday, February 23, 2015 on FM 98.5 CKWR and on

Duke Ellington (1899-1974): Harlem 
(orchestrated Luther Henderson)
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
Neeme Jarvi, Conductor
Chandos 9226

African Heritage Symphonic Series, Volume II
Ulysses Kay (1917-1995): Overture to Theater Set
Hale Smith (1925-2009): Ritual and Incantations
Chicago Sinfonietta
Paul Freeman, Conductor
Cedille CDR 90000 061

Radio Host Tom Quick of Kitchener, Ontario, Canada is celebrating Black History Month on two radio stations in 2015.  We thank him for this unique public service. On Monday, February 23, his program "Women in Music Celebrates Black History Month" will broadcast on FM 98.5 CKWR and stream live on

Black History Month. Part 4 for February 23/2015
New Orleans Brass Bands:           
Paul Barbarin’s Second Line.
Overture to Theater Set:  Ulysses Kay.
Chicago Sinfonietta:                     
Conductor. Paul Freeman.
They Called her Moses.  (Harriet Tubman) Robert De Cormier.
Women’s Chorus of Vermont:     
Director. Dawn O. Willis.
Harlem.  Duke Ellington. “Orc: by Luther Henderson”
Detroit Symphony Orchestra.   
Conductor. Neeme Jarvi.
The Sheik of Araby.
New Orleans Brass Band.             
A Little Whimsy.   Dorothy Rudd Moore.
Maria Corley:  Piano.                 
Before I’d become a Slave.  Undine Smith Moore.
Maria Corley:  Piano.                  
Ma Maria. (Trad. Africain: Congo)  Can/Con
Ain’t got time to Die.                       Can/Con
Maria-Jose Lord:  Soprano.        
Ensemble Vocal Epiphanie.       
A Deserted Plantation.  William Grant Still.
Mark Boozer:  Piano.                 
Farewell, Our little Table.   Massenet.  Can/Con
Weep, Weep my Eyes.        Massenet.  Can/Con
 He is Sweet, he is Good.     Massenet.  Can/Con
Measha Brueggergosman:  Soprano.  
Quebec Symphony Orchestra.             
Ritual and Incantations.      Hale Smith.
Chicago Sinfonietta                              
Conductor. Paul Freeman.
Hold On.    Robert De Cormier
Women’s Chorus of Vermont:           
Director. Dawn O. Willis.
Kind regards.

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