Feminine Fusion

April 12-19, 2019: Across The Pond

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“If it means something, take it to heart.  If it means nothing, it’s nothing. Let it go.”  – Philippa Gregory

 

Let’s take a trip across the pond to hear music by women from the UK.  From music inspired by women’s right to vote, to works from the heart of Scotland, this is music heard in the concert hall – and in the streets.

 

Across The Pond

 

Kerry Andrew:  Night-time Songs
Blossom Street; Hilary Campbell, conductor
“This Day: Celebrating a century of British women’s right to vote”
Naxos 8.573991

Elizabeth Poston:  The Water of Tyne
Blossom Street; Hilary Campbell, conductor
“This Day: Celebrating a century of British women’s right to vote”
Naxos 8.573991

Judith Bingham:  The Ghost of Combemere Abbey
Blossom Street; Hilary Campbell, conductor
“This Day: Celebrating a century of British women’s right to vote”
Naxos 8.573991

Judith Weir:  String Quartet
Kreutzer Quartet
“Northern Lights”
Metier 28507

Jennifer Margaret Barker:  A Lassie’s Love
Vocali3e
“A Lassie’s Love”
Meyer Media 17036

Kate Whitley:  Autumn Songs
12 ensemble
“Resurrection”
Sancho Panza Records 001

Run time:  58:29

 

Feminine Fusion highlights the roles of women in classical music. Host Diane Jones brings you stories and music of the women who create, perform, and inspire. Produced in the studios at WCNY-FM.

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