Four One-Hour Memorial Day Specials from BYUradio – AVAILABLE NOW
The Apple Seed Memorial Day Special
DESCRIPTION: Memorial Day can be filled with backyard barbecues and summer fun, but it can also be filled with remembrances that bring us closer to the ones we love and the ones we’ve lost.
Top of Mind Memorial Day Special
DESCRIPTION: In this special episode marking Memorial Day, we learn about an effort to write the stories of every American service member who died in World War 2–more than 400,000 in all. Also, why do we celebrate those who fight in wars, more than those who work to prevent wars? Then, an author gives us “a view from inside the den of modern war.”
The Lisa Show Memorial Day Special
DESCRIPTION: Topic 1 – Conceptualizing Death to Children, Topic 2 – Oral Histories and the Military, Topic 3 – The History and Meaning of Memorial Day
Constant Wonder Memorial Day Special
DESCRIPTION: Topic 1: General Patton, Topic 2: Race of Aces, Topic 3: Pacific Wrecks
The entertaining Sound Beat episodes feature rare and unique recordings from the Syracuse University Libraries’ Belfer Audio Archive, one of the largest sound archives in the United States, with entertaining backstories detailing their place in recording history.
Listeners will hear popular and classical music performances, film scores, jazz, bebop, country, bluegrass, old favorites, never heard before rare gems… from vaudeville to vinyl.
And it’s not just music. Sound Beat episodes also feature speeches and spoken word performances from some of the great thinkers, political figures and luminaries from the late 19th and early- to mid-20th centuries — people like Thomas Edison, George Bernard Shaw, Amelia Earhart, Albert Einstein, and Theodore Roosevelt.
From MurrayStreet Productions, a one hour Memorial Day Special for Public Radio. The Broadcast Premiere of Alan Seeger: Instrument of Destiny. An Oratorio by Patrick Zimmerli, with Libretto by Mirabelle Ordinaire, and Broadcast Host Scott Simon
From the trenches, Alan Seeger’s poems, letters and diaries come alive in the voices of the Cathedral Choir.
In the glorious Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Patrick Zimmerli’s new oratorio Alan Seeger: Instrument of Destiny weaves opera, jazz and choral traditions with a libretto by the French stage director Mirabelle Ordinaire, conducted by Kent Tritle.
Scott Simon hosts this vital hour of tribute to all those who saw combat.
LENGTH: 59:00 COST: FREE AVAILABLE: PRX, Download
Two unique courses showing how great composers create their masterpieces
Produced by Steve Robinson, creator of Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin
Classical music expert Lawrence Rapchak shows how great composers construct their masterpieces providing a concise blueprint through classical music’s most complex masterpieces.
In this on-line audio course consists of two sets of programs: 11 Introductory programs that include engaging and entertaining discussions of music by Haydn, Mozart, Chopin, Dvorak and others; and a series exploring every movement of all nine Beethoven symphonies.
In each program, Larry breaks it all down with overflowing passion and sense of humor to provide listeners with the tools to hear how the architects of classical music built their most adored compositions.
The Architects of Music is aimed at people who enjoy classical music but want to learn more about what makes it tick. In other words, YOUR LISTENERS.
Listeners can apply this knowledge to the music they hear on your station every day, giving them a deeper appreciation of the music you broadcast.
Cost: $10 per listener who buys the premium (at whatever level the station decides to charge).
Fulfillment: As soon as New Media Productions receives the name and email address of a listener who requests Architects, a link will be sent to that listener within hours.
To arrange for your station to use the Architects of Music course as a premium, or for more information, please contact:
Steve Robinson General Manager New Media Productions email@example.com (312) 545-3535
Learn more at www.architectsofmusic.com/
If you’d like to hear any of the 11 introductory programs or any of the first six Beethoven symphonies currently being offered, please contact Steve who will provide you with a free link to the course. (The last three symphonies will be added soon and will be available to your subscribers when they appear.)
The pandemic has been a major disruption to almost every facet of human life.
In this Hard Times special Ozark Highlands Radio reaches out to various OHR featured artists to discuss the Covid-19 pandemic.
Because of lock-downs and social distancing requirements combined with the nature of their work, touring musicians have been completely shut down. Not only are they dealing with an immediate and unexpected lack of income but also a very uncertain future.
Notable musicians open up about how they, their careers, and their art have been affected by these trying events.
We’ll also hear music from these hard driving gig workers, recorded live at Ozark Folk Center State Park.
- Canadian Ottawa Valley ﬁddler and step dancer April Verch,
- Mark Bilyeu of the Ozark original group “The Creek Rocks,”
- International autoharp maverick and poet Bryan Bowers
- North Carolina oldtime songwriter and clawhammer banjo slinger Joe Newberry, and
- Florida contemporary mountain dulcimer Jedi Bing Futch