This fall we celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation and the Music of Martin Luther. Host Stan Schmidt starts us moving in that direction for our next Going Beyond Words broadcast on ACDA Radio. Also, please examine the informative article in the August 2017 of the Choral Journal on page 36 by Zebulon M. Highben from Muskingum University titled “Reviving Sacred Song – 500 years of the Lutheran Chorale and its congregational and Choral Contexts”
This week on Going Beyond Words and ACDA Radio, Host Stan Schmidt invites you to tune up your Banjo, Violin and String Bass and prepare yourselves for a musical treat based on some of this country’s most popular gospel and hymn melodies. “Come Away to the Skies: A High Lonesome Bluegrass Mass” by Wes Ramsey and Dr. Tim Sharp, Executive Director of the ACDA will be the feature work on the program.
Join host Stan Schmidt this week on Going Beyond Words and ACDA Radio for his annual Christmas In July show. There are eleven selections that take you from the Medieval style to the glorious sounds of 2017. You will hear works by Anna von Köln from the year 1500; the opening number from the Nativity […]
This week on Going Beyond Words and ACDA Radio Stan Schmidt; Your sound attention to a program called A Mass for Modern Man by Norwegian composer Ståle Kleiberg released in 2017. To offer a musical frosting you will enjoy the Cambridge Singers from their CD Lighten Our Darkness and two selections with the voice of […]
This week on Going Beyond Words and ACDA Radio Stan Schmidt takes you on a journey to view A Map of the Celestial Sky. You will hear Music created by Joseph Gregorio, Eric Barnum, Tarik O’Regan, Bruno Skulte, Paola Prestini, Orlande de Lassus and Frederyk Chopin. Musical styles vary by offering a Cosmic Mystery called The […]
This week on Going Beyond Words and ACDA Radio Stan Schmidt invites you to a special Fourth of July Celebration called Dreams of the Fallen a 25 minute work composed by Jake Runestad in 2013. The Premiere was presented by the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra and Symphony Chorus of New Orleans at the National World War II Museum New Orleans. The performance you will hear was aired on Minnesota Public Radio on Memorial Day 2017 that took place in 2015 featuring the VocalEssence Singers and Chorus of Minneapolis, Piano Soloist, Jeffrey Biegel and the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra led by Conductor Philip Brunelle.