BCM will be on the radio this weekend. Full info below from the Wind&Rhythm website:
Episode 79: Rivers, Pools, Storms, and Fountains
A recent article in “Listen, Life with Classical Music” quoted a friend of mine, Mark Morette proclaiming his Roman Trilogy is the best band CD ever! I know and trust him and so we’ll hear from him and from the album this week. Also we finally find a way to get all of the BCM composers into one show; Whitacre, Bryant, Newman, and Boney. This show might be a perfect one if it chooses to rain while you listen.
We hope you can join us this week.
By the Rivers of Babylon: Ed Huckeby
Washington Winds, Edward Peterson – Walking Frog WFR199
The Rivers of the Bowery: Jonathan Newman
Rutgers Wind Ensemble, William Berz – Mark 6199MCD
Reflections in a Tidal Pool: James Boney
UNLV Wind Orchestra, Thomas Leslie – Mark 4393-MCD
Ecstatic Waters (Ceremony of Innocence): Steven Bryant
North Texas Wind Symphony, Eugene Migliaro Corporon – Mark 8471-MCD
Cloudburst: Eric Whitacre
UNLV Wind Orchestra, Eric Whitacre – Mark 4393-MCD
The Fountains of Rome: Ottorino Respighi
US Air Force Band, Lowell Graham – Mark 4363-MCD
Gulf Breezes, Kt 14/2: Christopher Tucker
Rutgers Wind Ensemble, William Berz – Mark 7522-MCD
Ye Banks and Braes o’ Bonnie Doon: Percy Grainger
Dallas Wind Symphony, Frederick Fennell – Reference Recordings RR-62CD
The program is available on the KCCU Network on Friday at 11am, on KCSC/KBCW on Saturday at 5pm, and on KWTU Classical 88.7 in Tulsa at 7pm on Sunday
And, if you’re out of the listening area, you can listen to the broadcast on the internet. Just go to our website
and click on the “listen live” button on the front page. It will open the Public Radio Tulsa site where you can choose from the second group (KWGS is listed first) but the correct choices are listed as Classical 88.7, KWTU. There are three choices depending on your computer and software preference.