WaterFire Providence presents a full lighting on Saturday, July 18th sponsored by Navigant Credit Union and Cox Business. The lighting is scheduled to start at 8:28 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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Many of the songs on the WaterFire Providence soundtrack are available for purchase on iTunes.

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July 18th, 2015 – Music Program

8:18    “Being in Rhythm”
composed by Layne Redmond
performed by Layne Redmond & Tommy Brunjes
from Being in Rhythm

8:24    “Finney Makes a Point”
composed by Mike Figgis
performed by Mike Figgis
from Stormy Monday Soundtrack

8:27    “Sonata (Canzon) XX
composed by Giovanni Gabrieli
performed by HR Brass
from Gabrieli and others – Venetian Polychoral Music

8:34    “Litany – variation I”
composed by Eleni Karaindrou
performed by Kim Kashkashian, viola
from Ulysses’ Gaze  soundtrack
(a film by Theo Angelopoulos)

8:37    “Siboney”
composed by Ernesto Lecuona
performed by Bebo Valdes y Javier Colina
from Live at the Village Vanguard

8:41    “Orovela
traditional Georgian folksong
performed by Hamlet Gonashvili, soloist
from Voices

8:47    “Tre pezzi”  (second piece) 1956
composed by Giacinto Scelsi
performed by Claude Delangle, soprano saxophone
from The Solitary Saxophone

8:50    “Azul
composed by Jesse Cook
performed by Jesse Cook
from Gravity

8:55    “My Lover’s Gone
composed by D. Armstrong and J Catto
performed by Dido
from No Angel

8:59    “Muzinge
composed by Samite Mulongo (Uganda)
performed by Samite Mulongo (Uganda)
from Pearl of Africa Reborn

9:04    “The Little People”
composed by Hawk Henries
performed by Hawk Henries, native American flute
from Keeping the Fire

9:06    “Concerto in D Minor-Andante ”
composed by Antonio Vivaldi
performed by Ofra Harnoy, cello, and the Toronto Chamber Orchestra
from Vivaldi Cello Concertos Vol. 2

9:11    “Warda’s Whorehouse
composed by Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
performed by Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
music from The Screens

9:14    “Reprise”
composed by Zbigniew Preisner
from Blue soundtrack

9:15    “Bolujem ja
traditional
performed by D. Nešović and Ansambl Toše Elezovića
from Starogradski Biseri

9:18    “Dos Gardenias
composed by Compay Segundo
performed by Compay Segundo and Ry Cooder
from Buena Vista Social Club soundtrack

9:21    “Cantus in memory of Benjamin Britten
composed by Arvo Pärt
performed by Staatsorchester Stuttgart
from Tabula Rasa

9:26    “Iguazu
composed by Gustavo Santaolalla
performed by G. Santaolalla and Anibel Kerpel
from Ronroco

9:31    “Eg veit I himmerik ei borg”
traditional Norwegian Song
performed by Anne-Lise Berntsen, soprano
and NilsHenrik Asheim, organ
from Engleskyts (Angel’s Arrows)

9:34    “Areia de salamansa
composed by Pedro Rodrigues
performed by Cesaria Evora
from Cesaria Evora

9:38    “Amazing Grace”
composed by John Newton
performed by Ladysmith Black Mombazo

9:39    “Obiero
composed by Ayub Ogada
performed by Ayub Ogada
from En Mana Kuoyo

9:45    “Fry Bread”
composed by BC Smith
performed by BC Smith
from Smoke Signals soundtrack

 

9:46    “Veinte años”
composed by María Teresa Vera
performed by Diego El Cigala and Bebo Valdés
from Lágrimas Negras

9:50    “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

9:56    “Nessun dorma” from Turandot
composed by Giacomo Puccini
performed by Luciano Pavarotti

9:59    “Sesi Çok Güzel””
traditional
performed by Mutlu Kaya

10:02    “Jones Pen”
composed by Ernest Ranglin
performed by Ernest Ranglin
from NPR Tiny Desk Concert

This song opens with an excerpt from Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes’ 1939 speech introducing Marian Anderson’s open air concert at the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Day 1939. Organized in reaction to Constitution Hall’s denial of Anderson’s right to perform on the stage, the opening song “My Country Tis of Thee” is played here in memorial observation of the tragic shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.

10:09    “My Country Tis of Thee”
composed by Samuel Francis Smith
performed by Marian Anderson

10:13    “Amazing Grace”
composed by John Newton
performed by Paul Robeson
from Paul Robeson: The Complete EMI Sessions 1928-1939

10:16    “Milonga Triste”
composed by Sebastian Piana & Homero Manzi
performed by Hugo Diaz y su Conjunto
from The Tango Lesson soundtrack

 

10:19    “Rivers of Babylon
composed by B. Dowe, F. McNaughton, Farian, Reyam
performed by The Melodions
from The Harder They Come

10:23    “Time on My Hands”
composed by V. Youmans, H. Adamson & M. Gordon
performed by Ben Webster Quintet
from Soulville

10:27    “Gnossienne No. 1
composed by Eric Satie
performed by Pascal Rogé
from Satie: 3 Gymnopédies

10:31    “Nekhome” / “Prelude No. 4
composed by Frédéric Chopin arr. by Michael McLaughlin
performed by Shirim
from Klezmer Nutcracker

10:35    “Djôrôlen
composed by Oumou Sangare
performed by Oumou Sangare
from Worotan

10:43    “Funny How Love Is
composed by Roland Gift & David Steele
performed by Fine Young Cannibals
from Fine Young Cannibals

10:47    “Szól A Kakas Már”
traditional
performed by Márta Sebestyén & Muzsikás
from Máramaros

10:50    “Amazing Grace”
traditional
performed by the USAF Heritage of America Band
from USAF Heritage of America Band

10:52    “Misa Criolla” – Kyrie
composed by Ariel Ramirez
performed by Calchakis
from Misa Criolla

10:55    “Musikalische Exequien” excerpt
composed by Heinrich Schütz
performed by La Chapelle Royale
from Musikalische Exequien

10:59    “Anastasia”
composed by M. Heitzler
performed by Kol Simcha
from Klezmer Soul

11:04    “Theme for Ernie
composed by Fred Lacey
performed by John Coltrane
from Soultrane

11:10    “Fratres” for 12 Cellists
composed by Arvo Pärt
performed by Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
from Tabula Rasa

11:21    “Recondita armonia” from Tosca
composed by Giacomo Puccini
performed by Andrea Bocelli
from Aria

11:26    “Ave Maria
composed by J.S. Bach
performed by Adrea Bocelli
from Viaggio Italiano

11:29    “Nomad”
composed by Geoffrey Oryema
performed by Geoffrey Oryema
from Beat the Border

11:32    “In Waltz Spirit” (Improv. no. 13)
composed by Ora Bat Chaim
performed by Giora Feidman
from Silence and Beyond

11:36    “Oriundina
composed by B. Leza
performed by Cesaria Evora
from Cesaria Evora

11:42    “Nature Boy”
composed by Eden Ahbez
performed by Jan Hassell
from Fascinoma

11:45    “Doyna
composed by The Klezmatics
performed by The Klezmatics
from The Tango Lesson

11:47    “Für Alina”  extract
composed by Arvo Pärt
performed by Alexander Malter, piano
from Alina

11:51    “Jeito Faceiro”
composed by Joupery and Pierre Onasis
performed by Virginia Rodrigues
from Nós

11:55    “Amazing Grace”
traditional
performed by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

11:56    “Close Cover”
composed by Wim Mertens
performed by Wim Mertens
from The Best of Wim Mertens

12:00    “Little Potato”
composed by Malcolm Dalglish
performed by Malcolm Dalglish
from Welcoming Children into the World

12:04    “Adir
traditional
performed by The Andy Statman Quartet
from Between Heaven and Earth

12:11    “On Doing an Evil Deed Blues
composed by John Fahey
performed by John Fahey
from The John Fahey Anthology

12:15    “Reb Nachman’s Deveykus Niggun
traditional
performed by The Andy Statman Quartet
from Between Heaven and Earth

12:21    “¿Y Tú Qué Has Hecho?”
composed by Compay Segundo
performed by Compay Segundo and Ry Cooder
from Buena Vista Social Club soundtrack

12:24    “O mio babbino caro”
composed by Giacomo Puccini
performed by Renata Tebaldi
from Gianni Schicchi

12:27    “Trivium” excerpt
composed by René Eespere
performed by Camerata Tallinn
from Northern Lights

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