The Toledo Blade Chamber
March 11, 2018
Concert Time: 7:00 pm
Traditional - Go, Tell It On The Mountain
Price - Folk Songs in Counterpoint, "Calvary"
Perkinson - String Quartet No. 1 "Calvary," Movement 2
arr. Brown - Spirituals: Five Negro Folk Songs
Coleman - Go, Tell It On The Mountain
Giddens arr. Garchik - At the Purchaser's Option
Still - Songs of Separation
Singleton - Jasper Drag
Roumain - String Quartet No. 5 "Parks"
From the traditional spiritual Go, Tell It On The Mountain to rhythmic pulse and hip-hop beats of Haitian-American composer Daniel Bernard Roumain's String Quartet No. 5 "Parks"- including movements Klap Ur Handz, I made up my mind not to move, and Isorhythmiclastionistic - expect the unexpected from this genre-defying, music without words program performed by small groups of musicians.
This performance is sold out. Join us at 1:15 p.m. for an open rehearsal to experience a behind-the-scenes look at the musicians as they add the finishing touches to the program.
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Presented in collaboration with Toledo Lucas County Public Library and Lathrop House.
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