Modern Notebook for January 10, 2021

Composer Nathalie Joachim (Photo Credit: Josué Azor)

On this week’s Modern Notebook, Tyler Kline shares music by Nathalie Joachim for cello and recorded tape that is inspired by her upbringing as a Haitian-American, and the cultural image of women in Haiti. Also, music by St. Petersburg-native Scott Lee from his latest release, and a bass clarinet concerto performed by USF Faculty member Calvin Falwell, and the USF Symphony Orchestra.

Featuring performances by Michi Wiancko, Lysander Piano Trio, flutist Meerenai Shim with pianist Jacob Abela, JACK Quartet, Khemia Ensemble, cellist Amanda Gookin, and more; and music by Mark Dancigers, Gilad Cohen, Emma O’Halloran, Bret Bohman, Gabriela Lena Frank, and others.

That’s on the next Modern Notebook, Sunday Night from 8 to 10 on Classical WSMR 89.1 and 103.9.

Hour 1

  • Skyline by Mark Dancigers.
  • Gilad Cohen’s Around the Cauldron.
  • Penciled Wings by Emma O’Halloran.
  • Todd Goodman’s Concerto for Bass Clarinet.
  • Folios for guitar by Toru Takemitsu.

Hour 2

  • Narvaez Dance Club from Scott Lee’s Through the Mangrove Tunnels.
  • Bret Bohman’s Spiral.
  • Glimpses for prepared piano by Vivian Fung.
  • Nathalie Joachim’s Dam mwen yo.
  • Leyendas by Gabriela Lena Frank.

Modern Notebook is hosted by WSMR’s Tyler Kline, and is a program that highlights music composed since the Mid-20th Century, with a special focus on the music of living composers.