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Around New York : Jubal Trio ; Clarion Concerts' Newell Jenkins, Gerald Ranck and Louise Schulman ; Gonzalo Rublcaba ; Gerry Mulligan.

Title
Around New York : radio broadcast [sound recording] : Jubal Trio ; Clarion Concerts' Newell Jenkins, Gerald Ranck and Louise Schulman ; Gonzalo Rublcaba ; Gerry Mulligan.
Publication
1994.

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Additional Authors
  • Verlaine, Paul, 1844-1896
  • Sullivan, Steve, 1954-
  • Gross, Terry
  • Reagon, Bernice Johnson, 1942-
  • Jenkins, Newell
  • Ranck, Gerald
  • Schulman, Louise
  • Schadeberg, Christine
  • Kahn, Sue Ann
  • Jolles, Susan
  • Rubalcaba, Gonzalo, 1963-
  • Melián, Reynaldo
  • Cabrera, Felipe
  • Haden, Charlie
  • Barreto, Julio
  • Mulligan, Gerry
  • Lewis, John, 1920-2001
  • Roney, Wallace
  • Clark, John (Horn player)
  • Woods, Phil
  • Bargeron, Dave
  • Barber, Bill, 1920-2007
  • Johnson, Dean (Double bassist)
  • Vincent, Ron
  • Schaefer, John
  • Juntwait, Margaret
  • Beckhart, Bob
  • Child, Fred
  • DeMarc, Michael
  • Freund, Don.
  • Stokes, Eric, 1930-1999.
  • Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918.
  • Rachmaninoff, Sergei, 1873-1943.
  • Schickele, Peter.
  • Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750.
  • Farrés, Osvaldo.
  • Carisi, John.
  • Jubal Trio, performer.
  • Clarion Concerts Orchestra.
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.), donor. NN-RHA
Description
2 sound discs (95:51) : digital, stereo.; 4 3/4 in.
Summary
In the first half of the program (2:00-3:00 P. M.), host Steve Sullivan talks with the members of Jubal Trio about their upcoming projects and their 20th year anniversary of playing together. They play live in the WNYC performing studio. In the second half of the program (3:00-4:00 P. M.), host Steve Sullivan talks with three members of the Clarion Concerts Orchestra: music director Newell Jenkins, harpischordist/pianist Gerald Ranck, and violist/transcriptionist/music mistress Louise Schulman. Both Ranck and Schulman play live in the WNYC performing studio. Sullivan rounds out the hour with jazz recording excerpts performed by Gonzalo Rubalcaba ("Tres palabras") and Gerry Mulligan ("Israel").
Uniform Title
Around New York (Radio program)
Alternative Title
  • We real cool.
  • Night by Lake Calhoun.
  • Chameleon wedding.
  • Onion.
  • Car.
  • Colloque sentimental.
  • Daisies.
  • Answers to questions we are often asked.
  • Tres palabras.
  • Israel.
Subjects
Genre/Form
Classical music radio programs.
Note
  • Compact discs.
  • WNYC inventory no.: WNYC-ANYK-1994-01-10; Catalog: 54808.
Credits (note)
  • John Schaefer, producer ; Margaret Juntwait, director ; Robert [i.e. Bob] Beckhart, talent coordinator ; Fred Child, production assistant ; Michael DeMarc, technical director.
Event (note)
  • Broadcast by WNYC (93.9 F. M./A. M. 820), New York, N. Y. on Jan. 10, 1994.
Source (note)
  • WNYC (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) ;
Language (note)
  • Spoken in English, sung in English, French and Russian.
Contents
  • CD 1. Around New York: Opening remarks (Steve Sullivan, host) (0:45) ; We real cool (from the 1999 LP Jubal songs) / D. Freund (2:32) ; Commentary ; Interview with Christine Schadeberg, Sue Ann Kahn and Susan Jolles (Steve Sullivan, host) (7:26) ; Selections from "Song circle": Night by Lake Calhoun (3:16) ; Chameleon wedding (2:25) ; Onion (3:09) ; Car (3:04) / E. Stokes ; Commentary (Steve Sullivan, host) (0:24) -- "Wade in the water" promo (Bernice Johnson Reagon, announcer ; with unidentified gospel performers) (sponsored by Smithsonian Institute and NPR) (1:01) -- Around New York: Commentary ; Interview with Christine Schadeberg, Sue Ann Kahn and Susan Jolles (Steve Sullivan, host) (4:43) ; Sentimental colloquy [i.e. Colloque sentimental]: Dans le vieux parc solitaire et glacé (from Fête galantes, Set 2 (1904)) / words by P. Velaine; music by C. Debussy (4:04) ; Daisies = Margaritki / S. Rachmaninoff (2:15) ; Commentary ; Interview with Christine Schadeberg, Sue Ann Kahn and Susan Jolles (Steve Sullivan, host) (2:54) ; [Excerpt] Answers to questions we are often asked (1993) / P. Shickley [i.e. Schickele] (2:51) ; Commentary ; Interview with Christine Schadeberg, Sue Ann Kahn and Susan Jolles (Steve Sullivan, host) (1:38) -- NYC events no. 1 (1:29) -- [No audio] (5:39) -- [Tuning viola and piano (Gerald Ranck and Louise Schulman)] (0:47) [ends abruptly]
  • CD 2. Around New York: Opening remarks ; Interview with Newell Jenkins, Gerald Ranck and Louise Schulman (Steve Sullivan, host) (10:10) ; Sonata in E major (arr. for viola) / J. S. Bach ; transcribed by L. Schulman (16:39) ; Commentary ; Interview with Newell Jenkins, Gerald Ranck and Louise Schulman (Steve Sullivan, host) (8:10) -- NYC events no. 2 (1:34) -- Around New York: Commentary (Steve Sullivan, host) (0:16) ; [Excerpt] Tres palabras (from the 1992 CD "Suite 4 Y 20") / O. Farrés (4:00) ; Commentary (Steve Sullivan, host) (0:25) ; [Excerpt] Israel (from the 1992 CD "Re-birth of the Cool") / J. Carisi (3:01) ; Closing remarks (Steve Sullivan, host) (0:41) -- Fresh air: Opening remarks (Terry Gross, host) (0:05) [ends abruptly]
Call Number
*LDC 50471
OCLC
  • 823345357
  • 823345357
Title
Around New York : radio broadcast [sound recording] : Jubal Trio ; Clarion Concerts' Newell Jenkins, Gerald Ranck and Louise Schulman ; Gonzalo Rublcaba ; Gerry Mulligan.
Imprint
1994.
Playing Time
005141 004410
Credits
John Schaefer, producer ; Margaret Juntwait, director ; Robert [i.e. Bob] Beckhart, talent coordinator ; Fred Child, production assistant ; Michael DeMarc, technical director.
Performer
CD 1: 1st-8th works: Jubal Trio: (Christine Schadeberg, soprano ; Sue Ann Kahn, flute ; Susan Jolles, harp) ; Bernice Johnson Reagon, announcer ; Steve Sullivan, performer (8th work only). CD 2: 1st work: Newell Jenkins, music director of Clarion Concerts and interviewee ; Gerald Ranck, piano ; Louise Shulman [i.e. Schulman], viola. 2nd work: Gonzalo Rubalcaba, piano ; [Reynaldo Melián, trumpet ; Felipe Cabrera, electric bass ; Charlie Haden, double bass ; Julio Barreto, drums]. 3rd work: Gerry Mulligan, baritone saxophone ; [John Lewis, piano ; Wallace Roney, trumpet ; John Clark, French horn ; Phil Woods, alto saxophone ; Dave Bargeron, trombone ; Bill Barber, tuba ; Dean Johnson, bass ; Ron Vincent, drums] ; Terry Gross, host. All CDs: Steve Sullivan, host.
Event
Broadcast by WNYC (93.9 F. M./A. M. 820), New York, N. Y. on Jan. 10, 1994.
Language
Spoken in English, sung in English, French and Russian.
Source
Gift; WNYC (Radio station : New York, N. Y.) ; 2007 NN-RHA
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Added Author
Verlaine, Paul, 1844-1896, lyricist.
Sullivan, Steve, 1954- host.
Gross, Terry, host.
Reagon, Bernice Johnson, 1942- commentator.
Jenkins, Newell, interviewee.
Ranck, Gerald, interviewee.
Schulman, Louise, interviewee.
Schadeberg, Christine, interviewee.
Kahn, Sue Ann, interviewee.
Jolles, Susan, interviewee.
Sullivan, Steve, 1954- performer.
Ranck, Gerald, performer.
Schulman, Louise, performer.
Rubalcaba, Gonzalo, 1963- performer.
Melián, Reynaldo, performer.
Cabrera, Felipe, performer.
Haden, Charlie, performer.
Barreto, Julio, performer.
Mulligan, Gerry, performer.
Lewis, John, 1920-2001, performer.
Roney, Wallace, performer.
Clark, John (Horn player), performer.
Woods, Phil, performer.
Bargeron, Dave, performer.
Barber, Bill, 1920-2007, performer.
Johnson, Dean (Double bassist), performer.
Vincent, Ron, performer.
Schaefer, John, producer.
Juntwait, Margaret, director.
Beckhart, Bob, technical director.
Child, Fred, production personnel.
DeMarc, Michael, recording engineer.
Freund, Don. Backyard songs. We real cool.
Stokes, Eric, 1930-1999. Song circle. Selections.
Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918. Fêtes galantes. 2. recueil. Colloque sentimental.
Rachmaninoff, Sergei, 1873-1943. Stikhotvoreni︠i︡a. Margaritki.
Schickele, Peter. Answers to questions we are often asked. Selections.
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750. Sonatas, violin, harpsichord, BWV 1016, E major; arranged.
Farrés, Osvaldo. Tres palabras.
Carisi, John. Israel. Selections.
Jubal Trio, performer.
Clarion Concerts Orchestra.
WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.)
WNYC (Radio station : New York, N.Y.), donor. NN-RHA
Added Title
We real cool.
Night by Lake Calhoun.
Chameleon wedding.
Onion.
Car.
Colloque sentimental.
Daisies.
Answers to questions we are often asked.
Tres palabras.
Israel.
Research Call Number
*LDC 50471
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