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October 4, 2017 "17-40 Ann Ireland Interview"
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This week's edition of Classical Guitar Alive! features a 2013 interview with Ann Ireland, author of the novel "The Blue Guitar," a story about an international classical guitar competition in Montreal, and music by Bach, Ravel, Francois Gauthier, Leo Brouwer's "Toronto Concerto," and Canadian performers including the Henderson-Kolk Duo, and the Quebec-based ensemble Forestare.
Program ID# 17-40
Title: 17-40 Ann Ireland Interview
In Cue: MUSIC IN "Hello and welcome to.."
Out Cue: MUSIC IN "...another edition of Classical Guitar Alive!"
Program Length: 58:57
Bizet: Carmen Suite: Prelude
Los Romeros (Philips 412-609)
Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin: Prelude
Henderson Kolk 2010
Interview: Ann Ireland: �I found the title from a famous Wallace Stevens poem� �a complicated emotional attachment to guitars.�
Bach: Violin Sonata in a minor, BWV 1020
Hans-Erik Sparf, baroque violin
David Harenstam, guitar
Interview: Ann Ireland:�I know, it can seem a little esoteric to people � �let alone in an athletic competition arena.�
Leo Brouwer: Toronto Concerto
John Williams, guitar
Stephen Mercurio, conductor
Sony Classical 63173
Francois Gauthier: Millipede
CLOSING THEME/FUNDING CREDITS