For those of you that don’t know, 3 or 4 years ago the band was recorded at Kirkham Grammar School by a touring band from America and that recording, along with a Christmas CD we gave them gets played across America from time to time.
For any of you that may be interested, the links below are to the next set of recordings due to be played. Note that you will have to work out the time differences if you wish to listen and some will be in the early hours of the morning.
At this time of year if you haven’t been reminded of the poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas you are indeed somewhat isolated from popular culture. It has been part of the marketing program of countless companies and causes, “visions of sugarplums” are probably dancing in your head by now, too. I suppose my personal trainer is hoping that the “little round belly – bowl full of jelly” rhyme sticks in my mind, too.
Santa Claus-trophobia: arr. Sandy Smith
The Little Drummer Boy: Katherine K. Davis, Henry Onorati And Harry Simeone
The Snowman: Blake, arr. Sparke
Shepherd’s Pipe Carol: John Rutter, arr. Graham
Variations On A German Carol: James Curnow
Huron Carol: French Folk Carol, arr. Kevin Norbury
What Sweeter Music: John Rutter, arr. Douglas Yeo
Three King Swing: arr. William Himes
A Christmas Suite: arr. Stephen Bulla
The Twelve Days Of Christmas: arr. Bulla
Frosty The Snowman: Nelson, Rollins/Arr. Smith
Wednesdays at 7pm (CT) –Listen
WRR (Dallas 101.1)
Thursdays at 9pm (CT) Listen
Alabama Public Radio Network
(Tuscaloosa 91.5, Florence 88.7, Mobile 91.3, Montgomery 88.3, Huntsville 100.7)
Fridays at 11am (CT)
KCCU Network – Listen
(Lawton 89.3 & 102.9, Altus 90.1, Ardmore 90.3, Clinton 89.1,
Chickasha 100.1, Wichita Falls 88.7, Woodward 95.9)
Saturday at 4pm (ET) – Listen
WKAR (East Lansing 90.5)
Saturdays at 6pm (CT) – Listen
KLRE (Little Rock 90.5)
Sundays at 3pm (CT) – Listen
KUCO (Edmond/Oklahoma City 90.1)
KBCW (McAlester 91.9)
Sundays at 7pm (CT) – Listen
KWTU (Tulsa 88.7)
Or, you can check our website for streaming instructions www.windandrhythm.com 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.
So, please join us and bring along a friend who loves band music!
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