Playlists

The African Show playlist for 07/24/2015

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Marisa Liu

This week's program focused on the music of Guinea, Ghana, Cameroon and Benin. Next week's program will be a continuation, and begin with the final two albums heard this week. 

Middle Eastern Influences playlist for 07/24/2015

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Marisa Liu

This week's program features the music of Israeli folk singer, Shoshana Damari. 

Offbeat playlist for 07/24/2015

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Zach Wyche

Lauren had the 1 to 3 and Zach did the 3 to 5.

The Early Music Show playlist for 07/24/2015

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Benjamin Hanser

Charpentier:
Concerto Vocale
Judith Nelson, soprano
René Jacobs, countertenor
William Christie, organ
Jaap ter Linden, cello
Konrad Junghänel, theorbo
Trix Landolf, Kathrin Bopp, violins
Dir. René Jacobs

Reusner, Dufaut:
Lutz Kirchhof, lute

Praetorius:
Balthasar-Neumann-Chor und -Ensemble
Dir. Pablo Heras-Casado

Brossard, Grigny:
Isabelle Desrochers, soprano
Frédéric Desenclos, organ

Lobo, Guerrero:
The Tallis Scholars
Dir. Peter Phillips

Bach Hour playlist for 07/24/2015

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Elisabeth Stam

The Bach Masses (Volume 1): featuring Washington Bach Consort and J.Reilly Lewis (founder and music director), SOLOISTS: Mary Ellen Callahan (soprano), Barbara Hollinshead (alto), Robert Petillo (tenor), James Weaver (bass). CHORUS: SOPRANO: Joellen Brassfield, Katie Cronin, Rebecca Kellerman, Christina Phillips. ALTO: Marjorie Bunday, Alison Enokian, Roger Isaacs, Rachel Malone. TENOR: Gary Glick, Michael Showalter, Gerald Stacey, Stephen White. BASS: Scott Auby, Jon Bruno, Michael Lewallen, Thomas Stork, Thierry van Bastelaer.

Transfigured Night playlist for 07/23/2015

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Jasper Hussong

Daybreak Express playlist for 07/23/2015

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Gabriel Ibagon

Out to Lunch playlist for 07/23/2015

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Afternoon Classical playlist for 07/23/2015

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Elisabeth Stam

Liner Notes from "A Vierne Collection: The Complete Choral and Liturgical Organ Works featuring Truro Cathedral Choir, Christopher Gray (Organ), Monica Brett-Crowther (mezzo-soprano), and Robert Sharpe (Director and Organ Soloist)" were read at the beginning of this radio program, these liner notes from this wonderful album were written by David Gammie.

Cereal Music playlist for 07/22/2015

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Fernanda Douglas

Works by Spanish and Latin American composers, Lopez and Sarasate included as well as Saint-Saens' well-known, lyrical piano concerto. Then Saariaho's "Frises", commisioned to follow Bach's eternal "Ciaccona" from the Partita in D minor.