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Kanikapila Sunday features three hours of Great Hawaiian Music, including contemporary, traditional and hapa haole songs. You'll also hear slack key guitar and ‘ukulele instrumentals. Plus, the Kanikapila Sunday Classic! Tune in TODAY with host Derrick Malama from 1:00-4:00 PM Hawai’i Time on HPR-1.

  Today I'm featuring two genres of music for your consideration in our listener poll of favorite Classical Music genres - solo piano and film music. Join us and vote for your three favorite genres on hawaiipublicradio.org. Look for the black box on the upper right and follow the directions. Voting ends on September 1, after which date we will tally all the votes. During the next membership drive, we'll play one of the favorite genres each day, beginning with no 10.

As we near the end of voting on listeners' favorite genres of Classical music, I offer you the choice today of choosing Romantic music. There is such a wide range of sub-genres in this period, that you may end up choosing one or more of those. 

To vote on your three favorite genres, go the hawaiipublicradio.org, and click on the box in the upper right corner. Votes will be tallied after September 1st, and you'll learn the top ten choices during the next membership drive in late September. 

Victor Castillo
Victor Castillo

Turning out a pure AAA show this evening... which means I'm picking most of the music on the fly, and stringing the songs together on loose themes and ideas.

I'm playing music of a different genre (or two) each day until September 1 to help you choose your three favorites genres. When you have decided, go to hawaiipublicradio.org and click on the box in the upper right corner to begin voting. Results will be tallied, and the top ten choices will be played during the nest Membership Drive in September - alnost 100 votes have come in already! Today - concerti. I've chosen works for piano, violin, trumpet, flute, english horn, horn, cello and bassoon.   

To assist us in learning the favorite genres of you - the listeners - through voting online, I am playing music or at least one genre each day until September 1, the final day of voting online. Today, the focus is on the Classical Period, which admittedly contains many genres, but you may consider it a genre, or choose a sub-genre from within the period for your vote. 

Let's explore together shall we?
Digging through new music and a few new re-issues tonight on Bridging the Gap, weaving back and forth betwen Indie Rock, Jazz, and a little Latin.

  Sharene Taba is hosting Classical Pacific today, sharing her unique take on Classical music. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR.  

Keko Records

Kanikapila Sunday features three hours of Great Hawaiian Music, including contemporary, traditional and hapa haole songs. You'll also hear slack key guitar and ‘ukulele instrumentals. Plus, the Kanikapila Sunday Classic! Tune in TODAY with host Derrick Malama from 1:00-4:00 PM Hawai’i Time on HPR-1.

Hour One features a song from Natalie Ai Kamauu's new release (pictured), plus Raiatea Helm,  Amy Hanaiali'i, Kawai Cockett, Kalani Pe'a, HAPA, the Makaha Sons, Dennis Pavao, Keauhou, and the Lim Family.

This week and weekend marks the 50th Anniversary of the Woodstock Music Festival. So I'm using this show to showcase some of the best known and unknown performances from the festival.

From now until September 1, I'll be focusing on different genres of Classical Music.

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR.  

Questions? Comments? Email me: llanzilotti@hawaiipublicradio.org

In the world of butchery, the "off cuts" are the harder to find or less desirable cuts that prove just as juicy and just as desirable when given the proper appreciation. I'd like to think the same goes for music, so tonight we'll be playing some musical off cuts: lesser known tracks by well known artists and really great tracks by artists that are virtually unknown in the mainstream.

  A second day of playing music of one genre, to help the audience choose your three favorite genres. The top ten will be featured during the Fall Membership Drive. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR.  

Working out the playlist for another Hawaiian Airlines inflight radio show this evening on Bridging the Gap... which means it's a collection of favorite songs entirely from independent artists.

For the upcoming membership drive in September, HPR2 has decided to play another listener game. This time we're asking you to vote for your three favorite genres of Classical Music. HPR is using the widest possible "definition" of genre, including everything from periods (like, Classical, Romantic) to specific smaller categories of music (like fugue, film music, musical theatre). I will be focusing on many possible "genres" for the rest of the month.

Today on Classical Pacific, composers that you may not have heard before, or that you don't hear often. I'll be choosing from works by Deifenbrock, Boismortier, Bristow, Ireland, Taneyev, Farrenc, Rebel, Parry, Crusell, Vosburgh, Kuhnau and possibly more. 

Mary Ellen Matthews
Mary Ellen Matthews

The diffrent styles and influences of Paul Simon anchor this session of Bridging the Gap (ahead of his two nights at the MACC).

Sharene Taba is hosting Classical Pacific today, sharing her unique take on Classical music. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR.  

Questions? Comments? Email me: llanzilotti@hawaiipublicradio.org

NLP Music

Kanikapila Sunday features three hours of Great Hawaiian Music, including contemporary, traditional and hapa haole songs. You'll also hear slack key guitar and ‘ukulele instrumentals. Plus, the Kanikapila Sunday Classic! Tune in TODAY with host Derrick Malama from 1:00-4:00 PM Hawai’i Time on HPR-1.

I'm been on a Hip-Hop kick the last few days. So the majority of this session of Bridging the Gap is going to be a collection of Jazz influenced Hip-Hop, and a few artists that are currently trending.

Thanks to a generous donation to the HPR Music Library from James McGill, I am able to curate a third program of new arrivals to the HPR Library. Today I'll play works performed by Glenn Gould, as well as vocal music, and some 20th and 21st century works.

Thanks to a generous donation of many boxes of CDs by James McGill, I am able to curate another entire program of new arrivals to the HPR Library.

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR.  

Catrin Welzstein
Catrin Welzstein

This session of Bridging the Gap is picked on the fly with a few target songs spread out over some really unrelated categories. So we're doing the weave together and fishing for sound.

Today, music culled from a new large donation by James Mc Gill to the HPR Music Library. You'll hear music performed by Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Sviatoslav Richter, Yehudi Menuhin, the Juilliard Quartet, and more. 

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by Louise King Lanzilotti, from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on the free mobile app HPR and on hawaiipublicradio.org.  

Today, Music that relates to the number 4, from various centuries and in various genres.

Classical Pacific presents classical music from pre-Renaissance to the current day, locally curated by me,  Louise King Lanzilotti, from a Pacific perspective. The program is live weekdays from 3-6pm Hawaiian Standard time, and streams live on hawaiipublicradio.org and on the free mobile app HPR. 

Questions? Comments? Email me: llanzilotti@hawaiipublicradio.org

Digging through selections of vintage soul, gospel and world all re-released from The Numero Group.

Sharene Taba is hosting Classical Pacific today, sharing her unique take on Classical music. I will be back tomorrow.

Questions? Comments? Email me: llanzilotti@hawaiipublicradio.org

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Punahele Records

Kanikapila Sunday features three hours of Great Hawaiian Music, including contemporary, traditional and hapa haole songs. You'll also hear slack key guitar and ‘ukulele instrumentals. Plus, the Kanikapila Sunday Classic! Tune in TODAY with host Derrick Malama from 1:00-4:00 PM Hawai’i Time on HPR-1.

So we had some problems with the studio this evening... So I'm gonna Hana Hou last Friday's intersection of Jazz, Blues, Latin and Hip Hop.

I am away for the week, and Judy Anderson is hosting Classical Pacific, sharing her unique take on Classical music. 

Questions? Comments? Email me: llanzilotti@hawaiipublicradio.org

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