Sing Out

Free Speech Radio News – May 17, 2004

Playlist

Gay Marriage Legal in MA ~ Victory for LGBT Communities?

President of Iraqi Governing Council is Assassinated

Historic Anniversary of Brown V Board of Ed. ~ Promises Unfulfilled?

Hunger Strikers Protest Failures of Brown Decision

Racial Tension high in St Petersburg, FL

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
International women's month continues with
live music by Allegra Thompson & Robin Fischer, and interviews with
cellist Joan Jeanrenaud, plus SF Symphony violinist Nadya Tichman
and her husband, mandocellist John Imholz
Laurie Lewis with T Sisters
Trees
One Evening in May
Spruceand Maple
Allegra Thompson and Robin Fischer
I Don't Want to Get Married
live in studio
n.a.
Allegra and Robin talk about
Working Girl Blues concert at Ashkenaz
Friday March 13
Allegra Thompson and Robin Fischer
"The Yogurt Song" (working title)
live in studio
n.a.
Kronos Quartet (with Joan Jeanrenaud)
Rhythm-a-ning (Monk)
Monk's Suitwe
Landmark
Joan Jeanrenaud
intro to "Dead Reckoning"
unreleased
n.a.
interview Joan Jeanreneaud
re world premiere of her composition "Dead Reckoning"
at Yearba Buena Center for 44th season of ODC/Dancd
March 19-22
Joan Jeanrenaud
conclusion: "Dead Reckoning"
world premiere, unreleased
n.a.
Kronos Quartet (with Joan)
Round Midnight
Monk Suite
Landmark
Sir Colin Davis/Royal Concertgebouw ORch.
Haydn, finale to Symphony 103
Haydn: The London Symphonies
Phillips
Nadya Tichman
"The Lark Descending
John Imholz: So Far...
johnimholz.com
SF Symphony (Nadya Tichman soloist0
Lemony Snicket's "The Composer Is Dead"
The Composer Is Dead
Harper Colins
interview: Nadya Tichman and John Imholz
re: Haydn/Handel San Francisco Symphony concerts
Thursday-Saturday, featuring Nadya, plus John Imholz re his new CD
intervew engineered by DEV ROSS
Modern Mandolin Quartet
Inner Voices (with violinist David Balakrishnan)
Interplay
d'note classics

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