Classical 91.5

Chanukah

This week on "Concierto" you'll hear songs of Thanksgiving and Sephardic songs from Spain in honor of Chanukah, including "Ocho Kandelikas" performed by Pink Martini!

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Esta semana en "Concierto" oirás canciones de acción de gracias y canciones sefardíes de España en honor de Janucá, como "Ocho Kandelikas" interpretado por Pink Martini.

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Whether you celebrate Chanukah, the Solstice, Christmas or Kwanzaa, be ready to wrap up December and move into 2018 with Classical 91.5 where you'll find specials perfectly curated and entertaining for the season. 

Chanukah Lights 2017, Friday 12/15, 12:00pm

Nov 29, 2017
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Hosts Susan Stamberg and Murray Horwitz present their annual celebration of the holiday, complete with new stories by author L. Maizes and more.

Mindy Ratner and Bill Morelock host this celebration of the Jewish Festival of Lights.  Explore the holiday traditions and food through music.    

Yiddish Folk Melody (arr Judith Clurman, Larry Hochman and Brian Stokes Mitchell; orch L Hochman): "O Chanukah, O Chanukah" fr "Songs of Freedom: A Celebration of Chanukah" Suite - Essential Voices USA/Judith Clurman, cond w/Ron Raines, bar (Dorian Sono Luminus 92182)
    Traditional (arr Robert Schultz; adapted Andrea Stern): "Blessing" - Andrea Stern, harp; rec at Maud Moon Weyerhaeuser Studio at American Public Media, July 2014
    Solomon Golub (arr Zalman Mlotek): "Borukh Ate Singt der Tate" - Essential Voices USA/Judith Clurman, cond (Dorian Sono Luminus 92182)
    Traditional Folk Melody: "Lichvod HaChanukah" - Ron Raines, bar w/Essential Voices USA Orch/Judith Clurman, cond (Dorian Sono Luminus 92182)
    Folk Melody (arr Judith Clurman, Larry Hochman and Brian Stokes Mitchell; orch L Hochman): "Haneirot Halalu" fr "Songs of Freedom: A Celebration of Chanukah" Suite - Essential Voices USA/Judith Clurman, cond (Dorian Sono Luminus 92182)

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This year, we celebrate the season with the Eastman Double Reeds.  Four oboists and four bassoonists join us in Studio B to play their own arrangements of holiday hits and more.  Join host Julia Figueras for a festive hour on Thursday, December 8 at 1 PM. The show repeats on Sunday, December 18 at 1 PM.

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Superstar violinist Itzhak Perlman tells the story of the Jewish festival of lights, and shares his favorite recordings for the holiday. Musical selections include selections from Perlman’s radio-addicted childhood in Israel, Yiddish and Ladino songs, classical music that revolves around Maccabee heroes of the story and Chanukah gems by American folk singers.