Afrocentric Sounds

Afrocentric Sounds

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Carmina Burana - Part Three

London Symphony Orchestra

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    Aida, Act III: Qui Radamès verrà!... O patria mia (February 25, 1967)

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About

Afrocentric Sounds has a pretty eclectic program of music, reflecting the influence of other music styles–Spirituals, Ragtime, Jazz, Blues, Gospel, and other popular and folk music–on the creation and interpretation of Classical music. The station also reflects the presence of Afrocentricity in Europe and the Americas. This is a place where performance of Beethoven or Bach resides comfortably with compositions by Joplin, Ellington, Bonds, etc.

Afrocentric Sounds

Afrocentric Sounds

Now Playing

Carmina Burana - Part Three

London Symphony Orchestra

Last played

  • Art for intro 2 by R Jones

    intro 2

    R Jones

    14 minutes ago

  • Art for Christe eleison by Saramae Endich, Adele Addison, Robert Shaw

    Christe eleison

    Saramae Endich, Adele Addison, Robert Shaw

    20 minutes ago

  • Art for Ruby Echo by Brandee Younger

    Ruby Echo

    Brandee Younger

    22 minutes ago

  • Art for Aida, Act III: Qui Radamès verrà!... O patria mia (February 25, 1967) by 05

    Aida, Act III: Qui Radamès verrà!... O patria mia (February 25, 1967)

    05

    28 minutes ago

  • Art for intro 2 by R Jones

    intro 2

    R Jones

    29 minutes ago

About

Afrocentric Sounds has a pretty eclectic program of music, reflecting the influence of other music styles–Spirituals, Ragtime, Jazz, Blues, Gospel, and other popular and folk music–on the creation and interpretation of Classical music. The station also reflects the presence of Afrocentricity in Europe and the Americas. This is a place where performance of Beethoven or Bach resides comfortably with compositions by Joplin, Ellington, Bonds, etc.