Saturday, September 26, 2015

Music For Life Episode 92 - Spamalot, Jayme Stone's Lomax Project, Eric Edberg, May Phang

In this week's episode of Music for Life, Music from DePauw...

Jayme Stone and the Lomax Project
Jayme Stone and the Lomax Project
Matt Champagne chats with Eric Edberg about his and May Phang’s recent performance of Albert Schnittke’s second cello sonata...
with our fall musical right around the corner, Hannah Gauthier has a special audience with His Royal Highness Arthur, King of the Britons and his assistant, Patsy...
we share some performances from the stages of Thompson Recital Hall and Kresge Auditorium...
and Burke Stanton talks to series director Professor Ron Dye about this week’s Performing Arts Series guests, Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project, a group which brings together terrific roots musicians to revive, recycle and re-imagine traditional American music!


From the 2015 CD “Jayme Stone’s Lomax Project,”  “Hog Went Through the Fence Yoke,” "Lazy John," and "Sheep Sheep Don’tcha Know the Road.”

From her Junior Recital on September 19th, 2015, soprano Kristin Daines and pianist Tony Weinstein perform “Willow Song” from Douglas Moore’s opera The Ballad of Baby Doe.

From the original cast recording of Spamalot, we offer for your approval “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.”

From their recital of Wednesday, September 16, 2015, cellist Eric Edberg and pianist May Phang perform Alfred Schnittke’s second sonata for cello and piano.

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