Posts Tagged ‘France’

Classics with a French Accent

Paris Sunset Panorama by Moyan Brenn

It was Mau­rice Rav­el’s birth­day yes­ter­day, so today we present a selec­tion of var­ied French pieces from the Baroque peri­od to the ear­ly 20th cen­tu­ry, includ­ing pieces by Rav­el and a good many oth­er famous names — and some not quite so well known who also have a place in the French clas­si­cal pan­theon.

Le Quatorze Juillet

Le Drapeau Francais

In hon­or of our friends in France, who are cel­e­brat­ing their nation­al hol­i­day today, Radio Riel fea­tures a pri­mar­i­ly French ear­ly and clas­si­cal music, with a dash of folk songs in the mix. Amusez-vous bien!

Swing Songs from The Nightingale: Le Swing Français

Le Drapeau Francais

It’s the 4th Sun­day of the month & that means it is time for Swing Songs from The Nightin­gale. Gabrielle Riel broad­casts Big Band, Swing & Elec­tro-Swing live on Radio Riel Main & Dieselpunk from 6–7:30pm North Amer­i­can PDT. Tonight: French Swing!

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