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Throughout the year Classical 91.5 will present a number of special programs or mini-series that are not a part of our regular broadcast schedule. Come back to this page on a regular basis to find out about these special programs.

Special: Melodies of Freedom, 4/18 @ 3pm

Silver tray with traditional Passover foods and "Happy Passover" title
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April 18th at 3:00pm

A musical celebration of Passover that will explore the power of music to bring people together. Featured music includes A Seder for Peace by Stewart Grant written for a seder that brought together Israelis and Palestinians, Christians, Muslims, and Jews for the cause of peace in the Middle East. We'll also hear Passover Psalm by Erich Wolfgang Korngold who overcame personal tragedy during the Holocaust.

Host Adam Fine started singing in synagogue from a young age sparking a lifelong interest in Jewish music. He has served as a cantorial soloist for several congregations and was the director of a Hebrew school.

Michael Isaacson: Seder Songs
Traditional: Go Down, Moses
Handel: Their land brought forth Frogs
Handel: He spake the word
Handel: He gave them hailstones for rain
Traditional/arr. Bill Vanaver & Reggie Harris: Ha Lachma Anya (This is the Bread of Oppression)
Stewart Grant: A Seder for Peace
Traditional: Eliyahu Ha-Navi (Traditional Ashkenazi)
Traditional: El Eliyahu (Traditional Indian)
Ernst Toch: Children’s Dance
Ernst Toch: Hymn
Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Passover Psalm, Op.30