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Journey Indiana

Episode 415

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Doug Paul Case

Doug Paul Case reads "Buck," "Selfhood," "Inaccuracy Because Either Can Be Either," and "I Saw the Ghost."

Charlie Parker in 1947

On this program, we’ll explore the few times Charlie Parker worked with vocalists, as well as some vocal interpretations of classic Charlie Parker tunes.

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A tribute to the power of the female voice.

Alicia Kozma at the IU Cinema

The work of women in film has been overlooked since the beginning of movies. Alicia Kozma, incoming director of the IU Cinema, is working to change that.

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It was a year of raised hopes and devastating tragedy, and the world of jazz continued to reflect both the growing unease and the youthful vitality of the times.

Two Women at a Window painting

This hour, we’ll meet 3 mysteriously related, musically intricate French songs, each beginning with the words “While waiting…” We’ll also meet their common musical and poetical ancestor, which does NOT begin with those words. Intrigued?

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Carrie Newcomer reads "Liminality" and "Sing."

Stephen Sondheim (1972)

This week, we remember the artistry of American songwriter Stephen Sondheim, and his many contributions to the American songbook, like “Small World,” “Send In The Clowns,” and more. Sondheim passed away last November at age 91.

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Stephen Sondheim (1972)

Actress Diane Kondrat did not dream of a life in regional theater. That’s what she’s had, though, and it’s brought unexpected challenges and pleasures.

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Stories from around Indiana...coming to you from the Seiberling Mansion in Kokomo.

Jacob Obrecht

This week, we explore the manuscript known as the Cancionero de Segovia from Spain It contains more Franco-Flemish music than Spanish, including 18 compositions by the Flemish composer Jacob Obrecht that are not found in any other source. Yet Obrecht never visited Spain… Mysterious, huh? What’s that all about? Plus, a tribute to Jean Lamon, founder and longtime director of the acclaimed Baroque orchestra Tafelmusik, who passed away in June 2021.

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Even as early as the 1940s, Bing Crosby was already considered a jazz legend

Hudson Bay Company

Neil Young has been at times hard to listen to. But no one can doubt his honesty in trying to make us hear him.

Steve Allen Jazz

Steve Allen is remembered today as the founder of “The Tonight Show” and a lasting influence on late-night television. But he was also an important advocate for jazz in the 1950s.

John Coltrane A Love Supreme Live In Seattle

Night Lights' annual roundup of notable archival releases and reissues.

Carvor Choirbook

This week on Harmonia, music from the Carvor Choirbook, the largest surviving collection of Scottish sacred polyphony from the sixteenth century. The music is ornate and demanding, implying that they had some very fine singers back then - and luckily for us, we still do.

Christmas Tree

This Christmas night, relax at the end of a stressful year with some holiday songs to soothe your soul, sung by Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and more.

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An appreciation of the Yuletide season from the perspective of passing time.

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Santa Hipster Christmas

Swinging seasonal jazz for your holiday from Louis Armstrong, Louis Prima, Babs Gonzales, Anita O'Day, and other cool characters from the history of jazz.

Vintage turntable ornament

Holidays are a great time for music! And this week on Harmonia, we’re going to take a spin through three favorite tunes and enjoy how early composers and modern performers make them memorable. Warm up your ears for some holiday cheer!

jingle bells

It’s the holiday season, and we’re keeping things light and snappy this week as we dance along to some swinging holiday tunes, sung by Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald and more!

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