WaterFire Providence presents a full lighting on Saturday October 3rd. This event is being sponsored by: Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation – Flames of Hope a Celebration of Life™ and supported by Your Rhode Island BMW Centers. The lighting is scheduled to start at 6:26 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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October 3rd, 2015 – Music Program

6:26     “Being in Rhythm”
composed by Layne Redmond
performed by Layne Redmond & Tommy Brunjes
from Being in Rhythm

6:32     “Finney Makes a Point”
composed by Mike Figgis
performed by Mike Figgis
from Stormy Monday Soundtrack

6:35     “Halleluyah
composed by David Hykes
performed by David Hykes, Michelle Hykes
and Timothy Hill voices and drum
from Harmonic Meetings

6:42     “Contemplation
composed by Tim Wheater
performed by Tim Wheater
from In Unity

6:47     “Prayer
composed by Georges Ivanovitch Gurdjieff
performed by Anja Lechner and Vassilis Tsabropoulos
from Chants, Hymns and Dances

6:51     “Pol in B
composed by The Durutti Column
performed by The Durutti Column
from Factory Once

6:54     “Trivium” excerpt
composed by René Eespere
performed by Camerata Tallinn
from Northern Lights

6:58     “Any Other Name
composed by Thomas Newman
performed by Thomas Newman
from the American Beauty soundtrack

7:02     “Sarabande
composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
performed by Jordi Savall, viola de gamba
from Les Voix Humaines

7:06     “Siboney
composed by Ernesto Lecuona
performed by Los Super Seven
from Canto

7:11     “Song to the Siren
composed by Tim Buckley
performed by Susheela Raman
from Salt Rain

7:15     “De Los Amores
composed by Javier Lazo
performed by Susana Baca
from Eco de Sombras

7:20     “Dido’s Lament
composed by Henry Purcell
performed by OperaBabes
from Renaissance

7:24     “Bistro Fada
composed by Stephane Wrembel
performed by Stephane Wrembel
from Bistro Fada

7:24     “Creator’s Song
traditional Lakota Sun dance closing song in praise of the creator
performed by Joanne Shenandoah
from Orenda

7:30     “Often a Bird
composed by Wim Mertens
performed by Wim Mertens and the Flemish Radio Orchestra
from partes extra partes

7:34     “Road to Exile
composed by Afro Celtic Sound System
performed by Afro Celtic Sound System
from Hotel Rwanda

7:37     “Dove sei, amato bene” from Rodelinda
composed by Georg Frideric Handel
performed by Andreas Scholl
from Rodelinda

7:45     “Bamako
composed by Roswell Rudd
performed by Roswell Rudd and Toumani Diabate
from Malicool

7:51     “Full Circle
composed and composed by Loreena McKennitt
performed by Loreena McKennitt
from The Mask and the Mirror

7:57     “Sudden Waves
composed by June Tabor
performed by June Tabor
from Angel Tiger

8:04     “Reprise
composed by Zbigniew Preisner
from Blue soundtrack

8:05     “Ndere”
composed by Samite Mulondo
performed by Samite Mulondo
from  African Voices

8:07     “Diaraby
composed by Ali Farka Toure with Ry Cooder
performed by Ali Farka Toure, Ry Cooder and Groupe Asco
from Talking Timbuktu

8:15     “Lamento di Frederico” from L’Arlesiana
composed by Francesco Cilea
performed by Andrea Bocelli
from Viaggio Italiano

8:20     “Tre pezzi”  (second piece) 1956
composed by Giacinto Scelsi
performed by Claude Delangle, soprano saxophone
from The Solitary Saxophone

8:24     “Bolujem ja
performed by D. Nešović and Ansambl Toše Elezovića
from Starogradski Biseri

8:27     “Obiero
composed by Ayub Ogada
performed by Ayub Ogada
from En Mana Kuoyo

8:32     “Dos Gardenias
composed by Compay Segundo
performed by Compay Segundo and Ry Cooder
from Buena Vista Social Club soundtrack

8:35     “Prospero’s Speech
composed by William Shakespeare
composed and performed by Loreena McKennitt
from The Mask and the Mirror

8:39     “Looking for Sleep”
composed by Jenifer Smith
performed by Jenifer Smith
from Code Mesa

8:45     “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

8:50     “Duna Ma Yelema
composed by Kar Kar, Boubacar Traore & Habib Koite
performed by Kar Kar, Boubacar Traore & Habib Koite
from Macire

8:54     “Dounuya”
composed by Mamadou Diabate
performed by Mamadou Diabate
from Tunga

8:59     “My Old Flame
composed by Coslow-Johnson
performed by Chet Baker
from Chet Baker in Milan

9:04     “Oblivion
composed by Astor Piazzolla
performed by Astor Piazzolla
from Songs From A Heavy Heart

9:08     “Houston in Two Seconds
composed by Ry Cooder
performed by Ry Cooder
from Paris, Texas soundtrack

9:10     “Jaran hailaas
traditional Mongolian grassland song
performed by Urna Chahrtugchi
from Tal Nutag

9:15     “Fry Bread”
composed by BC Smith
performed by BC Smith
from Smoke Signals soundtrack

9:16     “Summa”
composed by Arvo Pärt
performed by Calefax Reed Quintet
from Pärt-Byrd

9:21     “La Gioconda: Act II, Cielo e mar!
composed by Amilcare Ponchielli
performed by Andrea Bocelli
from Aria

9:26     “Pampa
composed by Gustavo Santaolalla
performed by G. Santaolalla and A. Kerpel with J. Torres
from Ronroco

9:30     “The Cure for Pain
composed by Jon Foreman
performed by Jon Foreman
from Fall

9:35     “Joan’s Pen
composed by Ernest Ranglin
performed by Ernest Ranglin
from NPR Tiny Desk Concert

9:42     “Adagio”
composed by Samuel Barber
performed by Jean Yves Fourmeau Saxaphone Quartet
from The Art of the Jean Yves Fourmeau Saxophone Quartet

9:48     “La Luna
composed by Ottmar Liebert
performed by Ottmar Liebert and Luna Negra
from La Semana

9:53     “Kumbalawe
composed by Cirque du Soliel
performed by Cirque du Soliel
from Saltimbanco

9:59     “Milk and Honey
composed by Jackson C. Frank
performed by Jackson C. Frank
from Blues Run the Game

10:03   “Know
composed by Nick Drake
performed by Nick Drake
from Pink Moon

10:05   “Oriundina
composed by B. Leza
performed by Cesaria Evora
from Cesaria Evora

10:11   “La vie en rose
composed by Edith Piaf
performed by Sophie Milman
from Solphie Milman

10:16   “Adir
performed by The Andy Statman Quartet
from Between Heaven and Earth

10:23   “On Doing an Evil Deed Blues
composed by John Fahey
performed by John Fahey
from The John Fahey Anthology

10:27   “Travis
composed by Béla Fleck
performed by Edgar Meyer, Béla Fleck, and Mike Marshall
from Uncommon Ritual

10:30   “Für Alina [excerpt]”
composed by Arvo Pärt
performed by Alexander Malter, piano
from Alina

10:34   “Im Waltz Spirit” (Improv. no. 13)
composed by Ora Bat Chaim
performed by Giora Feidman
from Silence and Beyond

10:38   “Kyrie”
traditional Mass with native Brazilian sources
performed by Marlui Miranda
from Ihu 2: Kewere-Rezar-Prayer

10:42   “Warda’s Whorehouse
composed by Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
performed by Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
music from The Screens

10:45   “Aguirre
composed by Popol Vuh
performed by Popol Vuh
from the soundtrack to Aguirre

10:52   “A Thousand Whispers
composed by Michael Hoppé
performed by Michael  Hoppé & Martin Tillmann
from Afterglow

10:55   “Time on My Hands
composed by V. Youmans, H. Adamson & M. Gordon
performed by Ben Webster Quintet
from Soulville

11:00   “Nekhome” / “Prelude No. 4”
composed by Frédéric Chopin arr. by Michael McLaughlin
performed by Shirim
from Klezmer Nutcracker

11:03   “Funny How Love Is
composed by Roland Gift & David Steele
performed by Fine Young Cannibals
from Fine Young Cannibals

11:07   “Cage the Songbird
composed by Low Anthem
performed by Low Anthem
from Oh My God Charlie Darwin

11:11   “Humility
composed by Wim Mertens
performed by Wim Mertens
from The Best of Wim Mertens

11:14   “Tiramakan / Eg Vippa Meg
traditional sources – African and Swedish
performed by Kirsten Bråten Berg and Solo Cissokho
from From Senegal to Setesdal

11:18   “Toro Mata
composed by Carlos Soto de la Colina
performed by Susana Baca
from Espiritu Vivo

11:24   “The Fille De Pekin”
composed by Frédérick Rousseau
performed by Frédérick Rousseau
from Buddha-Bar IV

11:28   “Como Llora una Estrella” (As Weeps a Star)
performed by Butch Baldassari, Robin Bullock & John Reischman
from Travellers

11:32   “Berceuse”
composed by Leo Brouwer
performed by the Modern Mandolin Quartet
from Pan American Journeys

11:36   “Sposa son disprezzata
composed by Antonio Vivaldi
performed by Cecilia Bartoli, Gyorgy Fischer
from Se tu m’ami

11:42   “Faith
composed by Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke
performed by Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke
from The Insider

11:45   “Shhh/Peaceful” excerpt
composed by Miles Davis
performed by Miles Davis et al.
from In a Silent Way

11:51   “The First Night”
composed by Steven Micus
performed by Steven Micus
from Athos

11:56   “Cubana
composed by Horacio Hernandez and Charles Neville
performed by Deep Rumba
from Alto En La Fiebre De La Rumba

11:59   “Andalusian Nights
composed by Govi
performed by Govi
from Andalusian Nights

12:04   “Gnossienne No. 3
composed by Eric Satie
performed by Pascal Rogé
from Satie: 3 Gymnopédies

12:07   “Waltz for Bill Monroe
composed by Butch Baldassari
performed by The Nashville Mandolin Trio
from American Portraits

12:11   “Gaucho
composed by Gustavo Santaolalla
performed by Gustavo Santaolalla
from Ronroco

12:14   “Baba Drame
composed by Kar Kar, Boubacar Traoré & Habib Koite
performed by Kar Kar, Boubacar Traorée & Habib Koite
from Macire

12:18   “The Little People”
composed by Hawk Henries
performed by Hawk Henries, native American flute
from Keeping the Fire

12:21   “Count’s Place
composed by Count Basie
performed by Count Basie and the Kansas City 7
from Count Basie and the Kansas City 7

12:27   “Iris”  (excerpt)
composed by Wim Mertens
performed by Wim Mertens
from The Best of Wim Mertens