||September 3, 2008 "Michael Quantz interview"
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This week's edition of Classical Guitar Alive! features an interview with Dr. Michael Quantz,
who discusses the benefits of ensemble play for guitarists. Quantz heads the guitar program
at the University of Texas at Brownsville, which is one of the leading guitar university
guitar programs in the United States with a 100% job placement rate for its graduates.
Public Rado Satellite System uplink:
Wednesday, September 3, 2008 at 1300 Eastern Time digital stereo channel:
Program ID# 08-D65-00036
Title: Michael Quantz interview
Total length: 58:57
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)
Jobim: Trem para Codisburgo
Bach: Violin Sonata No. 1 in g
Goran Sollscher, 11-string guitar
(Deutsche Grammofon 474 8152)
Raimo Kangro: Idioms, op. 43a
Roland Dyens: Concerto Metis
Roland Dyens, guitar
Alexandre Siranossian, cond.
(l'empreinte digitale 13074)
Interview: Michael Quantz:
"Well, the main reason is so that kids that are playing music
on the guitar have an opportunity to go someplace and display what they are doing in a more or
less formal way... ...every bit as strong a way as any other instrumental or choral program."
Beau Benson: Tarantella
UTB/TSC Guitar Orchestra
Michael Quantz, cond.
CLOSING THEME/FUNDING CREDITS
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