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Around New York : Ex Umbris and James Graseck.

Title
Around New York : radio broadcast [sound recording] : Ex Umbris and James Graseck.
Publication
[1993]

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Additional Authors
  • Sullivan, Steve, 1954-
  • Holloway, Doris
  • Gross, Terry
  • Wertheimer, Linda
  • Clark-Young, Karen
  • Hansen, Karen (Musician)
  • Herreid, Grant
  • Shipper, Paul
  • Zajac, Tom
  • Graseck, James
  • Stevenson, Doris
  • Puente, Tito, 1923-2000
  • Schaefer, John
  • Karp, David A.
  • Shultis, Steve
  • Mueller, Paul
  • Cara, Marchetto.
  • Dalza, Joan Ambrosio, active 1508.
  • Badajóz, approximately 1460-approximately 1526.
  • Encina, Juan del, 1468-1529?
  • Saint-Saëns, Camille, 1835-1921.
  • Kroll, William, 1901-1980.
  • Paganini, Nicolò, 1782-1840.
  • Gershwin, George, 1898-1937.
  • Porter, Cole, 1891-1964.
  • Stoller, Mike.
  • Ex Umbris (Musical group), arranger of music.
  • Ex Umbris (Musical group), performer.
  • Latin Ensemble, performer.
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.), donor. NN-RHA
Description
2 sound discs (ca. 101 min.) : digital, stereo.; 4 3/4 in.
Summary
On CD 1 (1st half of program, 2:00-3:00 P. M.), the program features the ensemble Ex Umbris ("Out of the shadows"), performers of 14th and 15th century music making their debut performance on Around New York. They play live a series of French, Italian and Spanish Medieval and Renaissance compositions. On CD 2 (2nd half of program, 3:00-4:00 P. M.), host Steve Sullivan talks with violinist James Graseck, who plays music both in subway terminals and in Carnegie Hall.
Uniform Title
Around New York (Radio program)
Alternative Title
  • Basse dances.
  • De tous biens plaine.
  • Se mai per maraviglia.
  • Mentre io vo per questi si boschi.
  • Piva alla venetiana.
  • O desdichado de mi.
  • Fata la parte.
  • Oy comamos y bebamos.
  • Introduction et rondo capriccioso.
  • Banjo and fiddle.
  • Caprice no. 4.
  • I got rhythm.
  • Someone to watch over me.
  • Anything goes.
  • On Broadway.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Classical music radio programs.
  • Radio programs.
Note
  • Compact discs.
  • During the "All things considered" promo on both CDs, the aftermath of the Waco Siege (Apr. 11, 1993) was mentioned.
  • WNYC inventory no.: WNYC-ANYK-????-04-20; Catalog: 54831(CD 1) and 54832 (CD 2)
Credits (note)
  • John Schaefer and David Karp, producers ; Steve Shultis and Paul Mueller, radio engineers.
Event (note)
  • Broadcast by WNYC (93.9 F. M./A. M. 820), New York, N. Y. on Apr. 20, [1993]; year determined by promos (see notes)
Source (note)
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) ;
Contents
  • CD 1. [No audio] (0:02) -- Audio tone with sackbut (1:09) -- "Fresh air" promo (0:28) (Terry Gross, announcer) -- Around New York: Opening remarks (0:26) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; Basse dances (1:43) / Anon., arr. by G. Herreid-K. Hansen ; Commentary, Interview with Ex Umbris (6:37) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; De tous biens plaine: 1st setting (soprano, tenor, lute) (1:13) ; 2nd setting (woodwinds) (1:25) ; 3rd setting (flute and bowed strings) (1:23) ; Rondeau: Instrumental (3:27) and soprano with lute, viol and recorder (3:00) / arr. by Ex Umbris ; Commentary (0:27) (Steve Sullivan, host) -- "All things considered" promo (0:29) (Linda Wertheimer, announcer) -- Around New York: Interview with Ex Umbris [with Grant Herreid's commentary] (9:12) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; Se mai per maraviglia (3:57) / Anon. ; Frottola: Mentre io vo per questi si boschi (2:57) / M. Cara ; Commentary ; Interview with Ex Umbris (1:48) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; Piva alla venetiana (Italian dance, originally for lute) (2:50) / Joan Ambrogio Dalza, arr. by Ex Umbris ; Commentary ; Interview with Ex Umbris (2:06) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; Selections from Cancionero de palacio (Palace songs): O desdichado de mi (4:02) / Badajóz ; Fata la parte (1:44) / J. del Encina ; Oy comamos y bebamos (3:32) / J. del Encina ; Commentary ; Closing remarks (1st half of program) (1:15) (Steve Sullivan, host) -- NYC event updates (version 1) (1:29) -- [No audio] (3:17)
  • CD 2. Around New York: Opening remarks ; Interview with James Graseck (2:16) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; Introduction and rondo capriccioso (9:38) / C. Saint-Saëns ; Commentary (0:20) (Steve Sullivan, host) -- "All things considered" promo (0:29) (Linda Wertheimer, announcer) -- Around New York: Interview with James Graseck (0:34) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; Banjo and fiddle (1945) (2:35) / W. Crowe [i.e. Kroll] ; Commentary ; Interview with James Graseck (5:22) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; Caprice no. 4 (5:06) / Paganini ; Commentary ; Interview with James Graseck and Doris Holloway (1:02) (Steve Sullivan, host) ; I got rhythm (2:29) / G. Gershwin ; Someone to watch over me (3:43) / G. Gershwin ; Anything goes (2:15) / C. Porter, arr. by D. Holloway ; Commentary ; Interview with James Graseck (1:07) (Steve Sullivan, host) -- NYC event updates (version 2) (1:34) -- Around New York: On broadway [in honor of Tito Puente's 70th birthday] (2:45) M. Stoller ; Closing remarks and upcoming program announcements (0:45) (Steve Sullivan, host) -- Fresh air: Opening (0:09) (Terry Gross, host) [ends abruptly]
Call Number
*LDC 52247
OCLC
778516785
Title
Around New York : radio broadcast [sound recording] : Ex Umbris and James Graseck.
Imprint
[1993]
Playing Time
005836 004156
Credits
John Schaefer and David Karp, producers ; Steve Shultis and Paul Mueller, radio engineers.
Performer
[CD 1] Ex Umbris: Karen Clark-Young, soprano (2nd, 5th, 7th, 9th-11th works) ; Karen Hansen, viel, viol, recorder, alto sackbut and rebec ; Grant Herreid, tenor (2nd, 11th works), lute, Renaissance guitar, viol, recorder and carnetto ; Paul Shipper, bass (6th, 11th works), Renaissance guitar, lute, recorder, Renaissance flute and percussion ; Tom Zajac, recorder, Renaissance flute, tenor sackbut, bagpipe (i.e. piva, 8th work only), shawm (8th work only), harp and hurdy-gurdy. [CD 2] James Grasek, violin (1st-6th works) ; Doris Stevenson, piano (1st-2nd works) and [Doris Holloway, piano] (4th-6th works) ; [Tito Puente and his Latin Jazz Ensemble (7th work)]. Terry Gross and Linda Werthheimer (CD 2 only), announcers ; Steve Sullivan, host.
Event
Broadcast by WNYC (93.9 F. M./A. M. 820), New York, N. Y. on Apr. 20, [1993]; year determined by promos (see notes)
Source
Gift; WNYC (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) ; 2007 NN-RHA
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Added Author
Sullivan, Steve, 1954- host.
Holloway, Doris, arranger of music.
Gross, Terry, commentator.
Wertheimer, Linda, commentator.
Clark-Young, Karen, commentator.
Hansen, Karen (Musician), commentator.
Hansen, Karen (Musician), composer.
Herreid, Grant, commentator.
Shipper, Paul, commentator.
Zajac, Tom, commentator.
Graseck, James, interviewee.
Clark-Young, Karen, performer.
Hansen, Karen (Musician), performer.
Herreid, Grant, performer.
Shipper, Paul, performer.
Zajac, Tom, performer.
Graseck, James, performer.
Stevenson, Doris, performer.
Holloway, Doris, performer.
Puente, Tito, 1923-2000, performer.
Schaefer, John, producer.
Karp, David A., producer.
Shultis, Steve, recording engineer.
Mueller, Paul, recording engineer.
Cara, Marchetto. Mentre io vo per questi boschi.
Dalza, Joan Ambrosio, active 1508. Intabulatura de lauto. Pavana alla venetiana.
Badajóz, approximately 1460-approximately 1526. O desdichado de mi.
Encina, Juan del, 1468-1529? Fata la parte.
Encina, Juan del, 1468-1529? Oy comamos y bebamos.
Saint-Saëns, Camille, 1835-1921. Introduction et rondo capriccioso.
Kroll, William, 1901-1980. Banjo and fiddle.
Paganini, Nicolò, 1782-1840. Caprices, violin, M.S. 25. No. 4.
Gershwin, George, 1898-1937. Girl crazy. I got rhythm; arranged.
Gershwin, George, 1898-1937. Oh, Kay! Someone to watch over me; arranged.
Porter, Cole, 1891-1964. Anything goes. Anything goes; arranged.
Stoller, Mike. On Broadway; arranged.
Ex Umbris (Musical group), arranger of music.
Ex Umbris (Musical group), performer.
Latin Ensemble, performer.
WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)
WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.), donor. NN-RHA
Added Title
Basse dances.
De tous biens plaine.
Se mai per maraviglia.
Mentre io vo per questi si boschi.
Piva alla venetiana.
O desdichado de mi.
Fata la parte.
Oy comamos y bebamos.
Introduction et rondo capriccioso.
Banjo and fiddle.
Caprice no. 4.
I got rhythm.
Someone to watch over me.
Anything goes.
On Broadway.
Research Call Number
*LDC 52247
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