Feminine Fusion

S06 Ep35: Patchwork Quilt, Part XXXII


“Music, in performance, is a type of sculpture. The air in the performance is sculpted into something.”  – Frank Zappa


Like a patchwork quilt, today’s program comes from many different sources and ideas, all woven into form by the women who create the music.


Patchwork Quilt, Part XXXII

Eleanor Alberga:  Jamaican Medley
Maria Thompson Corley, piano
“Soulscapes 2”
MSR Classics 1744

Karl Kohn:  Soliloquy IV
Rachel Rudich, flute
“Encounters: Complete Works for Flute”
Bridge 9566

Rain Worthington:  Dreaming Through Fog
Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra; Stanislav Vavrinek, conductor
“Passsages Through Time:  The Music of Rain Worthington”
Navona 6398

Mary Lou Williams:  St. Martin de Porres
Border Crossing; Ahmed Anzaldúa, conductor
Kevin Gamble, piano; Keith Yanes, string bass; Nicolás Muñoz, percussin
“Un Milagro de fe: A Miracle of Faith”
Bridge 9568

Manuel de Falla:  Suite Populaire Espagnole (excerpt)
Miriam K. Smith, cello; Jacob Miller, piano
MSR Classics 1780

Tara Guram:  Piano Sonata
Anna Kislitsyna, piano
“Piano Spectrums”
Navona 6413



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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