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Program Five and Six

Acknowledgements and Curriculum PDF

Musical Explorers Programs Five and Six are based on the Weill Music Institute’s Musical Explorers presented during Carnegie Hall’s 2019–2020 season. All pagination refers to the printed curriculum (PDF) and may not reflect modifications to the content that have been made for online use and distribution.

Recordings

“Carnegie Hall Musical Explorers Song,” by Daniel Eliot Levy. ©2007 and ASCAP. Performed by Shanna Lesniak-Whitney and Shane Schag.

“El Pescador” by José Benito Barros. © 1960 by Peermusic III, Ltd. Copyright Renewed. This arrangement © 2019 by Peermusic III, Ltd. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved. Reprinted by permission of Hal Leonard LLC. Performed by Gregorio Uribe, Jonathan Gomez, Martin Vejarano, Luis Guzman, and Nestor Gomez.

“La Piragua” by José Benito Barros. © 1971 (Renewed) Vander Music Inc. This arrangement © 2019 (Renewed) Vander Music Inc. All Rights Administered by Penny Farthing Music care of Concord Music Publishing. All Rights Reserved Used by Permission. Reprinted by permission of Hal Leonard LLC. Performed by Gregorio Uribe, Jonathan Gomez, Martin Vejarano, Luis Guzman, and Nestor Gomez.

“Doni Yar,” Traditional Armenian Folk Song. Arranged by Zulal. Performed by Teni Apelian, Yeraz Markarian, Anaïs Tekerian, and Ara Dinkjian.

“Tamzara,” Traditional Armenian Folk Song. Arranged by Zulal. Performed by Teni Apelian, Yeraz Markarian, Anaïs Tekerian, and Ara Dinkjian.

“Hip Hop Hooray,” original words and music by Vincent “Vinnie” Brown, Keir “Kaygee” Gist, Anthony Shawn “Treach” Criss, Ernie Isley, Marvin Isley, O’Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley, Rudolph Isley, and Christopher H. Jasper. ©1993 WB Music Corp. and Naughty Music. All rights administered by WB Music Corp. ASCAP. This arrangement, ©2016 WB Music Corp. and Naughty Music, used by permission of Alfred Music. All rights reserved. Performed by Asanté Amin, Chenits “Chen Lo” Pettigrew, Jonathan Michel, Warren Fields, Justin Swiney, and Kyle “DJ Scancales” Clinton.

“Higher” by Asanté Amin and Chenits “Chen Lo” Pettigrew. Performed by Asanté Amin, Chenits “Chen Lo” Pettigrew, Jonathan Michel, Warren Fields, Justin Swiney, and Kyle “DJ Scancales” Clinton.

“Uncle Pen,” written by Bill Monroe. Published by Bill Monroe Music, Inc. All rights administered by BMG US. Performed by Michael Daves, Bennett Sullivan, Mike Barnett, Dominick Leslie, and Larry Cook.

“In the Pines,” words and music by Thomas Bryant, Jimmie Davis, and Clayton McMichen. ©1939 by Peer International Corporation. Copyright renewed. This arrangement ©2016 by Peer International Corporation. International Copyright secured. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission of Hal Leonard Corporation. Performed by Michael Daves, Bennett Sullivan, Mike Barnett, Dominick Leslie, and Larry Cook.

“Mo Li Hua,” Traditional Chinese Traditional Song. Performed by Qian Yi and Zhou Yi. “Gong Xi, Gong Xi,” by Chen Ge Xin. © 2005 EMI Blackwood Music Inc. This arrangement © 2019 EMI Blackwood Music Inc. All Rights Administered by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, 424 Church Street, Suite 1200, Nashville, TN 37219. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved. Reprinted by permission of Hal Leonard LLC. Performed by Qian Yi, Li Sun, and Liang Wu.

“Tal’a Min Beit Abouha,” Traditional Iraqi Folk Song. Performed by Layth Sidiq, Hadi Eldebek, Dafer Tawil, April Centrone, and John Murchison. “Foag el-Nakhal,” Traditional Iraqi Folk Song. Performed by Layth Sidiq, Hadi Eldebek, Dafer Tawil, April Centrone, and John Murchison

Photos

TG8: Gregorio Uribe, publicity photo by OneRPM Studios; Zulal, publicity photo by Kathi Littwin; Soul Science Lab, publicity photo by Kamau Ware. TG9: Michael Daves, publicity photo by Wendy George; Qian Yi, publicity photo by David Geffin; Layth Sidiq, publicity photo by Rohith Jayaraman. TG13: Children playing tube trumpets by Stephanie Berger; bucket drummer by Nan Palmero; boy playing straw oboe by Stephanie Berger; kitchen supplies by Hillarie O’Toole. TG24: Gregorio Uribe, childhood photo courtesy of the artist. TG25: Ajiáco by F Delventhal; Trompo by Patricia Alim Riquelme Wolpat; Patacones by David Berkowitz. TG29: Instruments by Hannah Santisi. TG36: Teni, childhood photo courtesy of the artist; Yeraz, childhood photo courtesy of the artist; Anaïs, childhood photo courtesy of the artist. TG37: Vospov kufte by Vasily Kassianides; Armenian flags by young shanahan; Boreg by Alanyadk; Mount Aratat by Bo Stern. TG 45: Tamzara dance photo courtesy of the artist. TG48: Graffiti by Sprayhunter; Chen Lo, childhood photo courtesy of the artist; Asanté, childhood photo courtesy of the artist. TG49: Turntable by Andrew Evans; Breakdancing by Alper Çuğun. TG54: B-boy dance by Wen-Cheng Liu; MCing by Casa Fora do Eixo Minas; Graffiti by Mik photography; DJing by Thomas Hawk. TG60: Mural by Jeffrey Zeldman. TG62: L. Steven Taylor, publicity photo by Dirty Sugar; Ushers by Rigdzin Pema Collins. TG63: Carnegie Hall by Jeff Goldberg/Esto; Escalator by Google Maps; Zankel Hall by Jeff Goldberg/Esto. TG68: Michael Daves, childhood photo courtesy of the artist; Bluegrass by oldcrowgirl. TG69: Bill Monroe by bunky’s pickle; Bluegrass instruments by lothlaurien. TG73: Banjo by Wayne Rogers; Upright bass by Paree; Guitar by Route55; Mandolin by Kseniya Bogdanova. TG80: Paper lanterns by bobistraveling; Qian Yi, childhood photo courtesy of the artist. TG81: Qian Yi performance photo courtesy of the artist; Paper dragon by 蔡滄龍; Chinese opera by bryantwalker72. TG90: Red envelope by Kyle Tsui. TG92: Layth Sidiq, childhood photo courtesy of the artist. TG93: Eid Mubarak by Frankris; Tigris River by rasoulali. TG98: Oud by Yaser Alamoudi; Qanun by Ozan Yarman; Violin by Somsit; Riqq by Ariadne Barrosa; Ney by Cem Ekiztas.

Illustrations

TG10: The Listening Walk Literacy Extension by ALIKI. TG34: Biblioburro: A True Story from Colombia Literacy Extension by Jeanette Winter. TG45: The Greedy Sparrow: An Armenian Tale Literacy Extension by Maria Zaikina. TG59: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Literacy Extension by Lois Ehlert and When the Beat Was Born by Theodore Taylor III. TG77: Barn Dance! Literacy Extension by Ted Rand and Passing the Music Down by Barry Root. TG89: A New Year’s Reunion Literacy Extension by Zhu Cheng Liang. TG102: The World Is Not a Rectangle Literacy Extension by Jeanette Winter.

Special Thanks

Special thanks to Sarah Cullen and Emily Reineke.

Fund II Foundation

Lead funding for Musical Explorers has been provided by Fund II Foundation, Linda and Earle S. Altman, Siegel Family Endowment, and Ralph W. and Leona Kern.

Additional lead funding for Musical Explorers has been graciously provided by JJR Foundation and JMCMRJ Sorrell Foundation.

Disney

Major funding for Musical Explorers has been provided by The Walt Disney Company.

Additional support has been provided by The Edwin Caplin Foundation, Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation, and KPMG LLP.

Musical Explorers is also made possible, in part, by an endowment gift from The Irene Diamond Fund.

The Weill Music Institute's programs are made available to a nationwide audience, in part, by an endowment grant from the Citi Foundation.

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