Folk Influences

Three violinists – Gail Hernández Rosa, Edwin Huizinga, and David McCormick – keep one foot firmly in the Baroque world and the other just outside. In this episode, they share recent work spanning Celtic tunes, traditional music from Spain, and research focused on Black musicians at Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia’s Monticello.

Episode Credits

Debra Nagy, host & executive producer
Shelby Yamin, associate producer
Eric Milnes, Remote Collaboration Audio

Episode Guests

Gail Hernandez Rosa

Violin

David McCormick

Violin

Edwin Huizinga

Violin

Resources

Links to recordings and additional web resources coming soon.

Music

Traditional, arr. Hernández-Rosa: For Lack of Gold I lost Her

Traditional: Money Musk

Giacomo Meyerbeer: Valse Infernale from Robert le diable

Traditional Scots: Lochaber

Anxo Pintos, arr. Huizinga: Cancro Cru

Meyerbeer, arr. McCormick: Air de ballet from Robert le diable

J.S. Bach & Garry Harrison, arr.: Loure from the E major Partita and Red Prairie Dawn
Courtesy: Fire & Grace & Ash

Georg Philipp Telemann, arr. Hernández-Rosa: Sonata for Violin in D major, TWV 41:D1, Gigue
Courtesy: Beneath a Tree

Traditional, arr. Paul Holmes Morton: Flower of Edinburgh and Spike Island Lasses
Courtesy: Beneath a Tree

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