Manny Brothern plays Ellington
Music of and a tribute to the late Manny Brothern, pianist from northern Minnesota who “played Ellington better than the Duke himself”, presented by his son Lance Brothern.
Because of a glitch in the recording software, the recording was shifted by 1 hour. This recording only contains the last 1/2 hour of the program. The recording of the first hour is contained in the last hour of the 10/26 recording of the program that precedes “Encuentro” (Womenfolk:http://www.kfai.org/node/123). Sorry about that and thank you for your understanding.
The Accordion in Latin American Music
This program explores the use of accordion in Latin American traditional music. Since its introduction to Latin America throughout the 19th century, the accordion has been enthusiastically adopted and entire genres have been either created or dramatically modified around it. The program include examples from Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Panama.
first hour…Live concert by Jordanian ud master, Sakhar Hattar, at the Cedar Cultural Center…October 2006.
Second hour, South Indian flute by Sikkil Mala Chandrasekar (saregama), Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys, from 2nd Avenue Square Dance (Traditional Crossroads), featuring Darol Anger and Jorma Kaukonen, Irish accordion with Bill McComiskey (Compass), Crooked Still (footprint records), 21 string harp from Mali by Master Toumani Diabate (Hannibal), South Indian Chitra vina by Ravikiran (live track), Latest release by the Accordion Tribe (intuition).