Evening Serenade / "Preaching to the Choir" / Empire Opera Radio / show#25 / 3-25-21
Show #25 – 3/25/21
Evening Serenade on Empire Opera Radio
produced by Empire Opera, Inc.
Host: Waundell Saavedra
This show is pre-recorded.
Evening Serenade is a nighttime radio program showcasing classical music. Empire Opera Radio will bring a radio show weekly on Thursday evenings. Tune in to our YouTube channel to listen. https://www.youtube.com/user/EmpireOperaNY
The following music is composed by show host, Waundell Saavedra and not available for reuse:
- Intro/closing theme music: A Clear Midnight
AUDIO RECORDINGS TAKEN FROM FreeMusicArchive.org. AND YOUTUBE, LICENSES LISTED BELOW.
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Program: “Preaching to the Choir”
1. Sei Nun Gnadig, Milder Himmel (The Seasons: Der Fruling: Trio And Chorus) – Haydn
[FMA] MIT Concert Choir
William Cutter, director
Diana Hogland, soprano, Mark Evans, tenor, Mark Andrew Cleveland, bass
2. So Lohnet Die Natur Den Fleiss (The Seasons: Der Herbst: Trio And Chorus) – Haydn
[FMA] MIT Concert Choir
3. Yitwa Yesu
[abahamya ba yesu family choir]
4. Choral Fantasy Op.80 – Beethoven
[SICL Choir] Frank Chastrusse Colombier, conductor
Diliara Dmitrieva, piano
Xiong Yu Fei (sopr.), Guo Zhao Jun (sopr.), Huang Xuan (mezzo)
Shen Jia Yu (tenor), Li Run Zhe (tenor), Wang Li Fu (bar.)
Shanghai International Choral League &Orchestra
5. IBYIZA - HOLY NATION Choir
[Holy Nation Choir Rwanda]
6. Battle Hymn of the Republic
[West Point Band] Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square Strings
Mack Wilburg, conductor
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