WaterFire Providence presents a full lighting on Saturday, June 18th sponsored by CVS Health Charity Classic and The Providence Journal. The lighting is scheduled to start at 8:49 p.m. and is set to run through 12:30 a.m. This is the music program for this specific event.

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June 18th, 2016 – Music Program

8:24    “Being in Rhythm”
composed by Layne Redmond
performed by Layne Redmond & Tommy Brunjes
from Being in Rhythm

8:30    “Finney Makes a Point”
composed by Mike Figgis
performed by Mike Figgis
from Stormy Monday Soundtrack

8:33    “Halleluyah
composed by David Hykes
performed by David Hykes, Michelle Hykes and Timothy Hill voices and drum
from Harmonic Meetings

8:40     “Warda’s Whorehouse
composed by Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
performed by Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
music from The Screens

8:43    “Pari Intervallo”
composed by Arvo Pärt
performed by The Hilliard Ensemble
from Arbos

8:49    “Canzon duodecimi toni”
composed by Gabrielli, Giovanni
performed by HR Brass
from Venetian Polychoral Music

8:52    “Nessun dorma” from Turandot
composed by Giacomo Puccini
performed by Luciano Pavarotti

8:55    “Prelude (From the Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007)
composed by J.S. Bach
performed by Yo Yo Ma
from the Master and Commander soundtrack

8:58    “Dearest All Faire”
composed by William Lawes, arr. William Ayton
performed by Diane Nahigian, contralto & Amici Musicae
original recording for waterfire
from Amici Musicae

9:01    “Litany – variation I
composed by Eleni Karaindrou
performed by Kim Kashkashian, viola
from Ulysses’ Gaze  soundtrack (a film by Theo Angelopoulos)

9:05    “Sarabande” from French Suite No. 1 (in D Minor)
composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
performed by Glenn Gould, piano
from The French Suites

9:07    “Deliciae Meae”
composed by Nicholas Lens
performed by Nicholas Lens, et al.
from Flamma Flamma: The Fire Requiem

9:12    “Passacaglia in G Minor”
composed by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
performed my Michelle Makarski, violin
from Caoine

9:22    “Xandinha
composed by Nando Da Cruz
performed by Cesaria Evora
from Cesaria Evora

9:28    “Summa”
composed by Arvo Pärt
performed by The Hilliard Ensemble
from Arbos

9:33    “The French Lieutenant Dreams
composed by Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
performed by Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
music from The Screens

9:35    “Aguirre
composed by Popol Vuh
performed by Popol Vuh
from the soundtrack to Aguirre

9:41    “Fry Bread”
composed by BC Smith
performed by BC Smith
from Smoke Signals soundtrack

9:43    “Penitence”
composed by Ezio Bosso
performed by the Turin String Quartet
from I’m Not Scared

The following song and the twelve tolls of the bell are dedicated in honor and remembrance of those who were killed in the tragic June 12th shooting attack in Orlando, Florida, and in solidarity with the survivors and LGBTQ community. Please join us for a torch lighting ceremony on the Confluence, on the river at Steeple Street between Canal Street and Memorial Boulevard, at this time.

9:45    “Over the Rainbow”
performed by Judy Garland
music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
from Judy Garland – Ford Star Jubilee

9:48    Twelve Tollings of the Bell

9:49    “Pepsi Moon”
composed by Jeff Prystowsky
Performed by The Low Anthem
from eyeland

9:53    “Dindirindin”
traditional song
performed by Zorgina Vocal Ensemble: Rebecca Bain, Ellen Santaniello and Ruth Eiselsberg
from Polyphonics

9:55    “Mesa Drive”
composed by Jenifer Smith
performed by Jenifer Smith
from Code Mesa

10:00    “Petit Quatour”
composed by Jean Francaix
performed by Berliner Saxophone Quartet
from Berliner Saxophone Quartet

10:06    “Kothbiro
composed by Ayub Ogada
performed by Ayub Ogada
from African Voices: Songs of Life

10:12    “Concerto in B Minor” (RV 424)
composed by Antonio Vivaldi
performed by Toronto Chamber Orchestra and Ofra Harnoy, cello
from Vivaldi Cello Concertos

10:15    “Orovela
traditional Georgian folksong
performed by Hamlet Gonashvili, soloist
from Voices

10:21    “Nocturne No. 1 in B flat minor
composed by Frédéric Chopin
performed by Daniel Berenboim, piano
from Chopin: Nocturnes

10:26    “Les Pleurs
composed by Sainte Colombe
performed by Jordi Savall, viola da gamba
from Tous les matins du monde

10:31    “Roucky
composed by Ali Farka Toure
performed by Ali Farka Toure, vocals and guitar with Taj Mahal (guitar) & Group ASKO
from The Source

10:39    “Radio Bagdad”
composed by Jenifer Smith
performed by Jenifer Smith
from Code Mesa

10:44    “A Prayer” (Improv. no.11)
composed by Ora Bat Chaim
performed by Giora Feidman, clarinet
from Silence and Beyond

10:48    “El Carretero
traditional Cuban folksong
performed by Compay Segundo, Ruben Gonzales, Eliades Ochoa and Ry Cooder
from Buena Vista Social Club

10:52    “Di Terkishe Khasene
traditional
performed by Davka
from Lavy’s Dream

10:57    “Quatre petites prieres de Saint Francois d’Assise”
traditional
performed by Tenebrae
from Figure Humaine

The following song and the twelve tolls of the bell are dedicated in honor and remembrance of those who were killed in the tragic June 12th shooting attack in Orlando, Florida, and in solidarity with the survivors and LGBTQ community. Please join us for a torch lighting ceremony on the Confluence, on the river at Steeple Street between Canal Street and Memorial Boulevard, at this time.

11:00    “Somewhere Over the Rainbow
performed by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
from Alone in IZ World

11:03     12 Tollings of the Bell

11:04    “Kun Fe Ko
composed by Oumou Sangare
performed by Oumou Sangare et al
from Worotan

11:08    “Yizkor for Fabin”
composed by Davka
performed by Davka
from Lavy’s Dream

11:12    “Concerto in C Minor” (RV 402) — Adagio
composed by Antonio Vivaldi
performed by Toronto Chamber Orchestra; Ofra Harnoy, cello
from Vivaldi Cello Concertos

11:18    “Little Potato
composed by Malcolm Dalglish
performed by Malcolm Dalglish
from Metamora

11:21    “Suite no. 5 in c minor” BWV 1011 — Sarabande
composed by Johann Sebastian Bach, composer
performed by Pieter Wispelwey, baroque cello
from Bach Cello Suites

11:25    “Concerto in F
composed by Antonio Vivaldi
performed by Ofra Harnoy, cello and the Toronto Chamber Orchestra
from Vivaldi Cello Concertos

11:30    “Sudden Waves
composed by June Tabor
performed by June Tabor
from Angel Tiger

11:36    “Reprise
composed by Zbigniew Preisner
from Blue soundtrack

11:37    “Ndere
composed by Samite Mulondo
performed by Samite Mulondo
from  African Voices

11:40    “Diaraby
composed by Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder
performed by Ali Farka Toure, Ry Cooder and Groupe Asco
from Talking Timbuktu

11:47    “Lamento di Frederico” from L’Arlesiana
composed by Francesco Cilea
performed by Andrea Bocelli
from Viaggio Italiano

11:52    “Bolujem ja
traditional
performed by D. Nešović and Ansambl Toše Elezovića
from Starogradski Biseri

11:55    “Azul
composed by Jesse Cook
performed by Jesse Cook
from Gravity

11:59    “Muzinge
composed by Samite Mulongo (Uganda)
performed by Samite Mulongo (Uganda)
from Pearl of Africa Reborn

12:04    “My Lover’s Gone
composed by D. Armstrong and J Catto
performed by Dido
from No Angel

12:08    “Adagio for Strings” Op.11
Samuel Barber – composer
from String Quartet, Op. 11
performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Yoel Levi – conductor
from Music of Samuel Barber

12:16    “Gomni
composed by Ali Farka Toure
performed by Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder
from Talking Timbuktu

12:24    “Looking for Sleep”
composed by Jenifer Smith
performed by Jenifer Smith
from Code Mesa

12:30    “A Report on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy”
Spoken by Edward R. Murrow
from a March 9, 1954 television episode of CBS’s See it Now

 

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