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SONIDOS LATINOS
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08/04/2008
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Different Aspects of Latin American Music

 


08/03/2008          
Artist Title Label Number Time TRT
Nat Adderley My Heart Stood Still Riverside 363 6:24  
Stop Set       1:10 7:34:00
Nat King Cole It's Only A Paper Moon Capitol 20087 3:05 10:39:00
Dave Brubeck Pennies From Heaven CBS 65724 6:27 17:06:00
Heath Brothers For Heven's Sake Concord 4777 4:47 21:53:00
StopSet       1:10 23:03:00
Sarah Vaughan Polka Dots and Moonbeams EmArcy 40722 2:33 25:36:00
Bill Evans You and the Night and the Music Milestone 9235 7:20 32:56:00
Bobby Hutcherson Aquarian Moon BlueNote 62667 7:43 40:39:00
StopSet       1:10 41:49:00
Camen McRae Mean to Me Denon 1216 4:19 46:08:00
Canonball Adderley One for Daddy-O BlueNote 95325 8:21 54:29:00
Zoot Simes and Jimmy Rowles You're My Everything Pablo 683 5:21 59:50:00
StopSet       0:30 60:20:00

 

 This Program is a part of CPBN’s look at the Changing Face of Connecticut… part of the Centers for Excellence.

From the Venetian Theater and the Spanish Courtyard at Caramoor International Music Festival in Katonah, New York, The WFMT Radio Network is proud to offer Sonidos Latinos highlights from the Caramoor International Music Festival hosted by Michael Barrett and produced by the Luce Group in New York City.
 
The 2007 Festival featured concerts programmed especially for Caramoor, each focusing on different aspects of Latin American music. This three hour special entitled Sonidos Latinos, showcases Venezuelan dance music, Latin American chamber music and orchestral works and Latin Jazz. Traditional instruments and music from across South and Central America, as well as select Caribbean regions are also featured.

Available as a 3 hour special or 3 stand-alone hours, this special is available free of charge to all stations and is perfect for Hispanic Heritage month (September).
 
August 3rd @ 10pm
 
UN MUNDO: THE MUSIC OF VENEZUELA - SONIDOS LATINOS
Marco Granados & Un Mundo Ensemble: Marco Granados, flute; Jorge Glem, Venezuelan cuatro; Roberto Koch, double bass; Leonardo Granados, maracas; Special guests: Edmar Castaneda, harp; Francisco Flores, trumpet and Edward Simon, piano.

After a joyously acclaimed performance in last year's Festival, Un Mundo returns to Caramoor featuring the world premiere of The Venezuelan Suite by composer/performer Marco Granados. The concert will be bursting with Latin rhythms and styles performed by some of Venezuela's greatest virtuosi. Venezuelan trumpet sensation Francisco Flores, winner of the 2006 Maurice Andre Trumpet Competition in Paris, makes his Caramoor debut.


 
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