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Canadian Classical Radio Host Tom Quick Streams Black History Month Program, From 10 PM to Midnight EST, Sun. Feb. 19, 2017 at www.thegrand101.com

George Walker (b. 1922) 
has a website at http://georgetwalker.com/
and is featured atAfriClassical.com

Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) is profiled at AfriClassical.com, which features a comprehensive Works List and a Bibliography by Prof. Dominique-René de Lerma, www.CasaMusicaledeLerma.com.

Marie-Josée Lord
ATMA Classique

I, too; Icy Simpson, soprano [Right]; Artina McCain, piano [Left]; Longhorn Music LHM2012001

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 Broadcast No. 218, the Black History Month program for Sunday, February 19, 2017:

FM 101.1    www.thegrand101.com

Black History Month  llI

Sinfonia Varsovia:                    Sinfonia No.4  (Strands)    George Walker.10.45
Conductor. Ian Hobson.

Rachel Barton Pine:  Violin.   Romance in G Major for Violin & Orchestra. Colerhdge-Taylor.   12.35
Encore Chamber Orchestra.
Conductor. DanielHege

Marie-Josee Lord:Soprano.                Summertime.                    Gershwin.  3.15  Can/Con
Orchestre Metropolitain.                   My Man’s Gone Now.     Gershwin.  4.05   Can/Con
Conductor.  Giuseppe Pietraroia.      Habanera  (Carmen)         Bizet.         3.30   Can/Con
                                                                  Prelude.    (Carmen)         Bizet.          2.10   Can/Con

                                                                    BREAK.

Detroit Symphony Orchestra:           Negro Folk Symphony.     William Levi Dawson.  28.30
Conductor. Neeme Jarvi.

Icy Simpson:  Soprano.                       Three Dream Portraits.   Margaret Bonds.  5.45
Artina McCain:  Piano.
                                                                       BREAK.

Mark Boozer:  Piano.                         Africa. (arr: for Piano.)     William Grant Still.  23.50

Fort Smith Symphony:                      Poem for Orchestra.          William Grant Still.   10.30

Marie-Jose Lord:  Soprano.             Si Mi Chiamano Mimi.   “La Boheme”  Puccine.  5.00  Can/Con.
Orchestre Metropolitain,
Conductor. Giuseppe Pietraroia.

www.thegrand101.com  10.pm to 12.00 am


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