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Playlist: Daniel Gilliam's Portfolio

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African American Voices

From Daniel Gilliam | 45:00

Fifteen, 3-minute vignettes celebrating the contributions of African Americans in classical music.

Leontyne_price_by_van_vechten_small Each African American Voices feature tells a story through words, interview clips and music about the contributions of African American classical musicians, including singers like Jessye Norman and Paul Robeson, composers George Walker and Francis Johnson, conductor James DePreist, pianist André Watts and more. Sure, you can use them in February, but these are stories that should be heard year round. 

Requiem for a Scream

From Louisville Public Media | 01:58:00

Daniel Gilliam hosts the scariest two hours on the radio, with this special made just for Halloween, from WUOL and Louisville Public Media

Requiem_for_a_scream22_2500x1600_no_title_small Get comfortable and tune in...if you dare! Daniel Gilliam presents "Requiem for a Scream" with bone-chilling music from John Carpenter's "Halloween," Michael Abel's score for Jordan Peele's "Us," and selections from "Beetlejuice" and "The Shining." You won't be able to escape the grip of death in Franz Liszt's "Totentanz" or the mystery of Alexander Scriabin's "Black Mass" sonata. It's gonna be fun! And terrifying.