Feminine Fusion

August 26, 2018: Another Year Comes to a Close

End of Year 2

“Stories don’t end.  They just turn into new beginnings.”  – Lindsay Eagar


Season 2 of Feminine Fusion is winding down, and today we’ll take a look back over some of the music from the past year.  Ancient music, new music, music that tells a story, and the women bringing that music to life!


Season 2 Finale

Kassia:  Tin pentachordon
“Byzantine Hymns of the First Female Composer of the Occident”
Christophorus 77308

Jean Sibelius:  Finlandia
Chineke! Orchestra; Kevin John Edusei, conductor
“Dvorak” Symphony No. 9 & Sieblius: Finlandia”
Signum Classics 515

Michio Miyagi:  Haro no Umi
Yolanda Kondonassis, harp
“Pictures of the Floating World”
Telarc 80488

Guillaume de Machaut:  Le Voir Dit (excerpts)
Orlando Consort
“Machaut: Songs from Le Voir Dit”
Hyperion 612378

Nikolai Kapustin:  Five Etudes in Different Intervals (excerpts)
Clare Hammond, piano
BIS 2004

William Goldstein:  Colloquy
Deb Scott, trombone; Ron Petti, piano
“Playing Favorites”
Navona 6075

Seal:  Kiss From a Rose
Genghis Barbie
“Genghis Barbie”
CD Baby

Gloria Justen:  Joie
Gloria Justen, violin
“Four Stringed Voice”
Independent Label


Run time:  58:30


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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