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Susannah McCorkle / Wu Man

Tuesday, October 18, 1994

In-studio performance by Susannah McCorkle, vocal, and Mark Soskin, piano.

Followed by rehearsal and in-studio performance by Wu Man, pi pa.

Hosted by Steve Sullivan.

On tape: Reused 5/28/93, 1/3/94.


WNYC archives id: 30069

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Susannah McCorkle / Wu Man

Tuesday, October 18, 1994

WNYC

In-studio performance by Susannah McCorkle, vocal, and Mark Soskin, piano. Followed by rehearsal and in-studio performance by Wu Man, pi pa. Hosted by Steve Sullivan.

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The Armory School on Carnegie Hill.

Thursday, September 28, 1967

On air 9/28/67

WNYC COMMENT #74 By Robert C. Weinberg

Transcript:

THE ARMORY SCHOOL ON CARNEGIE HILL

For many years residents of the Carnegie Hill neighborhood of the Upper East Side, in the nineties, have been familiar with ...

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[The Future of the Brooklyn Navy Yard]

Friday, October 07, 1966

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Robert C. Weinberg, WNYC's critic-at-large in architecture and planning commenting on the future of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. What will become of the government's property? At least half the area will ...

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Demolition of Ziegfeld Theatre.

Sunday, January 09, 1966

Robert C. Weinberg reports on the demolition of the Ziegfeld Theatre at Ave. of the Americas & W. 53rd St. Reviews the architectural details of the building, designed by Viennese architect Joseph Urban in the art nouveau secession style. Weinberg describes the architecture of the building, and his unsuccessful efforts ...

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Leopold Stokowski

Tuesday, October 28, 1952

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Leopold Stokowski discusses two upcoming concerts at the Museum of Modern Art of modern American orchestral music by young composers.

For more on Leopold Stokowski, please visit http://www.wnyc.org/blogs/neh-preservation-project/2013/jan/04/leopold-stokowski/. ...

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Postmaster Quigley

Friday, December 07, 1951

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On the occasion of the release of the new Brooklyn postage stamp commemorating the Battle of Brooklyn. Quigley gives a brief history of the battle.

Date based on ...

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Edward L. Kingsley

Monday, December 19, 1949

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Edward L. Kingsley is interviewed about the foreign motion film industry in the United States. They discuss particular films that Kingsley's company have released in America, including "Torment" and "Fame Is ...

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David Alman

Thursday, December 01, 1949

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David Alman, president of Contemporary Writers ...

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Children's Carnival at MoMA

Thursday, December 01, 1949

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Victor D'Amico, director of the education ...

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Boeing Stratocruiser Flight

Friday, August 26, 1949

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Northwest Airlines invited WNYC to ride on the Boeing Stratocruiser flight from Idlewild Airport. Description of the plane, which is has two levels, one with berths and the other with a ...

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A. Herbert Fedder

Thursday, November 01, 1900

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A. Herbert Fedder, member of the ...

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George Schaefer

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Opening of the second half of ...

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Ruth Sylvester

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Interview with Ruth Sylvester, staff recreation ...

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Peter Jacobson

Monday, January 01, 1900

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Peter Jacobson, of the newly formed ...

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