The Dreamers

This is a repeat of an episode which aired on Saturday, August 31, 2013.

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Saturday, January 25, 2014

Martin Luther King Jr. addresses a crowd from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial where he delivered his famous, “I Have a Dream,” speech during the Aug. 28, 1963, March on Washington, D.C. (U.S. Department of Defense/Wikimedia Commons)

As the country marked the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. this past week, this week's edition of All Ears considers the musical legacy of the civil rights leader. Host Terrance McKnight explores music by American, French and Canadian composers that represent the ideals of liberty, equality and self-awakening.

A Dream Universal on this edition of All Ears.

Playlist:

Drommarna (Dreams)

Jean Sibelius

Jubilate Choir

Astrid Riska, conductor

Ondine 805

 

Dream

John Cage

Leo Smit, piano

Music Masters

 

Elusive Dreams

Carleton Macy

Ancia Saxophone Quartet

Dee Langley, accordion

Naxos

 

Reve Charmant-Nocturne

Thomas Wiggins

John Davis, piano

Newport

 

String Quartet No. 1, “American Dreams”

Peter Schichkele

Audubon Quartet

Centaur

 

Canticle of Freedom

Aaron Copland

Seattle Symphony Orchestra

Gerard Schwarz, conductor

Seattle Symphony Chorale

Delos

 

Three Dream Portraits

Margaret Bonds

Alison Buchanan, soprano

Terrence Wilson, piano

Ritz Chamber players

 

Reverie

Claude Debussy/Jacques Loussier

Jacques Loussier Trio

Telarc

 

The Passion of Martin Luther King

Nicolas Flagello

Oregon Symphony

James DePreist, conductor

Portland Symphony Choir

Raymond Bazemore, bass

KOCH International

 

You are (Variations): You Are Wherever Your Thoughts Are

Steve Reich

Los Angeles Master Chorale

Grant Gershon, conductor

Nonesuch

 

Le Pays de reves, Op. 39/3 (The Land of Dreams)

Gabriel Faure

Elly Ameling, soprano

Dalton Baldwin, piano

Angel/EMI

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