WaterFire Providence presents a full lighting on Saturday, May 27th sponsored by Bank of America and Brown University. The lighting is scheduled to start just after sunset (8:10 p.m.) and is set to run through 12:30 a.m.

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May 27th, 2017 – Music Program

Tonight’s music program features content from the Brown University Music Department. To learn more about Brown University’s Music Department, please visit brown.edu/music.

8:10    “Being in Rhythm”
composed by Layne Redmond
performed by Layne Redmond & Tommy Brunjes
from Being in Rhythm

8:16    “Finney Makes a Point”
composed by Mike Figgis
performed by Mike Figgis
from Stormy Monday Soundtrack

8:19    “Halleluyah
composed by David Hykes
performed by David Hykes, Michelle Hykes and Timothy Hill voices and drum
from Harmonic Meetings

8:26    “Japurá River
composed by Philip Glass
performed by Uakti
from Aguas da Amazonia

8:31    “Deliciae Meae”
composed by Nicholas Lens
performed by Nicholas Lens, et al.
from Flamma Flamma: The Fire Requiem

8:36    “Sudden Waves
composed by June Tabor
performed by June Tabor
from Angel Tiger

8:43    “Reprise
composed by Zbigniew Preisner
from Blue soundtrack

8:44    “Ndere
composed by Samite Mulondo
performed by Samite Mulondo
from  African Voices 

8:46    “Diaraby
composed by Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder
performed by Ali Farka Toure, Ry Cooder and Groupe Asco
from Talking Timbuktu

8:54    “Lamento di Frederico” from L’Arlesiana
composed by Francesco Cilea
performed by Andrea Bocelli
from Viaggio Italiano

8:59    “Fry Bread”
composed by BC Smith
performed by BC Smith
from Smoke Signals soundtrack

9:00    “Ereondes”
composed by Joseph Butch Rovan
Joseph Butch Rovan is Professor of Music, Faculty Director of the Brown Arts Initiative, and Co-director of the Multimedia & Electronic Music Experiments (MEME) program

9:10    “Milonga Triste”
composed by Sebastian Piana & Homero Manzi
performed by Hugo Diaz y su Conjunto
from The Tango Lesson soundtrack

9:13    “Hene Ma Tov” (excerpt)
traditional song from Israel
performed by Harry Bellafonte
from Folk Songs from the World

9:14    “The Dream of Rabbi Lavy”
composed by Davka
performed by Davka
from Lavy’s Dream

9:19    “Moe ‘Uhane” (Dream Slack Key)
composed by Sonny Chillingworth
performed by Sonny Chillingworth
from Sonny Solo

9:22    “Many Rivers to Cross
composed by Jimmy Cliff
performed by Jimmy Cliff
from The Harder They Come soundtrack

9:26    “And So Slept Salome”
composed by Alexander Tegu
performed by Alexander Tegu
from And So Slept Salome

9:29    “Habla Me
composed by Gipsy Kings
performed by Gipsy Kings
from Cantos de Amor

9:33    “Rivers of Babylon
composed by B. Dowe, F. McNaughton, Farian, Reyam
performed by The Melodions
from The Harder They Come

9:38    “Faith
composed by Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke
performed by Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke
from The Insider

9:41    “Shhh/Peaceful” excerpt
composed by Miles Davis
performed by Miles Davis et al.
from In a Silent Way

9:46    “Ay Papacito
composed by Carlos Méndez
performed by Eliades Ochoa
from Sublime Illusion

9:51    “Gnossienne No. 1
composed by Eric Satie
performed by Pascal Rogé
from Satie: 3 Gymnopédies

9:54    “Evidence for Life”
composed by Joseph Butch Rovan
Joseph Butch Rovan is Professor of Music, Faculty Director of the Brown Arts Initiative, and Co-director of MEME

10:02    “If I Knew
composed by Edgar Meyer
performed by Joshua Bell & Edgar Meyer
from Short Trip Home

10:04    “Know
composed by Nick Drake
performed by Nick Drake
from Pink Moon

10:06    “Time on My Hands
composed by V. Youmans, H. Adamson & M. Gordon
performed by Ben Webster Quintet
from Soulville

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

10:14    “Anastasia
composed by M. Heitzler
performed by Kolsimcha
from Klezmer Soul

10:19    “Reaching for Little Brown Bird”
composed by Todd Winkler
Todd Winkler is Professor of Music and Co-director of MEME

10:26    “Musikalische Exequien” excerpt
composed by Heinrich Schütz
performed by La Chapelle Royale
from Musikalische Exequien

10:30    “Theme for Ernie
composed by Fred Lacey
performed by John Coltrane
from Soultrane

10:35    “Nature Boy
composed by Eden Ahbez
performed by Jan Hassell
from Fascinoma

10:38    “Hakotel
traditional
performed by Kolsimcha
from Klezmer Soul

10:43    “Concerto for Cello In E-Flat, RV 408: II. Largo
composed by Antonio Vivaldi
performed by Ofra Harnoy, cello
from Vivaldi Cello Concertos Vol. 4

10:48    “Desperate Man Blues
composed by John Fahey
performed by John Fahey
from The John Fahey Anthology

10:52    “I Am You
composed by Sally Potter, Yo-Yo Ma, et al
performed by Sally Potter, Yo-Yo Ma, et al
from The Tango Lesson

10:56    “Ondiek
composed by Ayub Ogada
performed by Ayub Ogada
from I Dreamed of Africa

11:00    “Lumen”
composed by Eric Nathan
Eric Nathan is Assistant Professor of Composition and Theory and participating faculty in MEME

11:06    “Little Potato
composed by Malcolm Dalglish
performed by Malcolm Dalglish
from Metamora

11:10    “Al Kapav Yavi
traditional
performed by Kolsimcha
from Klezmer Soul

11:12    “Recondita armonia” from Tosca
composed by Giacomo Puccini
performed by Andrea Bocelli
from Aria

11:15    “Fratres” for 12 Cellists
composed by Arvo Pärt
performed by Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
from Tabula Rasa

11:27    “Market Day
composed by Geoffrey Oryema
performed by Geoffrey Oryema
from Beat the Border

11:30    “Ocotillo
composed by Steve Smith
performed by The Nashville Mandolin Trio
from American Portraits

11:34    “¿Y Tú Qué Has Hecho?
composed by Compay Segundo
performed by Compay Segundo and Ry Cooder
from Buena Vista Social Club soundtrack

11:38    “Sevani Tsgnorsner” (Fishermen of Lake Sevan)
composed by V. Kotoyan
performed by George Mgrdichian on the Oud
from George Mgrdichian on the Oud

11:40    “Iris”  (excerpt)
composed by Wim Mertens
performed by Wim Mertens
from The Best of Wim Mertens

11:47    “Jeito Faceiro”
composed by Joupery and Pierre Onasis
performed by Virginia Rodrigues
from Nós

11:51    “As Far As I Can See
composed by Charlie Provenza
performed by The Nashville Mandolin Trio
from American Portraits

11:55    “Maria Lando
composed by Chabuca Granda, words by Cesar Calvo
performed by Susana Baca
from The Soul of Black Peru

12:01    “One More Goodbye”
composed by Jenifer Smith
performed by Jenifer Smith
from Code Mesa

12:06    “Berceuse”
composed by Leo Brouwer
performed by the Modern Mandolin Quartet
from Pan American Journeys

12:10    “Sposa son disprezzata
composed by Antonio Vivaldi
performed by Cecilia Bartoli and György Fischer
from Se tu m’ami

12:16    “Recuerdos de la Alhambra”
composed by Francisco Tarrega
performed by The Nashville Mandolin Ensemble
from Plectrasonics

12:20    “Estudio #6
composed by Fernando Sor
performed by Butch Baldassari and John Mock
from Cantabile

12:22    “Evening Sky”
composed by Robert Martel
performed by The Providence Mandolin Orchestra
from Songs Without Words

12:26    “Ariso”
composed by Johan Sebastian Bach
performed by Butch Baldassari and John Mock
from Cantabile

12:29    “Legacy”
Excerpt from the song “The World Was Wide Enough” from the musical play Hamilton, written by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

 

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