Nikolaj Znaider plays a 1741 Guarneri once owned by the famed Fritz Kriesler. Matthias Creutziger hide caption

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Fritz Kreisler's Music (And His Violin) At WGBH

WGBH Radio

Hear Nikolaj Znaider play works by Kreisler on the 1741 Guarneri that once belonged to the composer.

Hear Nikolaj Znaider Play Kreisler At WGBH
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Burkina Electric: 21st-Century African Music

KEXP

Hear African guitar licks, electronic wizardry and Mai Lingani's beautiful vocals in a KEXP session.

Burkina Electric In Studio On KEXP 1/9/10
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Buffy Sainte-Marie: Still An Inspiration

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

A leading voice of '60s and '70s folk performs "Universal Soldier" and another song at WFUV.

Session Spotlight: Buffy Sainte-Marie Performs 'Universal Soldier'
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Out Of The Garage With Hacienda

KUT 90.5

Hacienda covers The Everly Brothers and Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs in this session from KUT.

Hacienda In Studio On KUT
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Myron Walden: Miles Of 'Momentum'

WBGO

An integral member of Brian Blade's Fellowship Band, Walden shows a strong solo force at WBGO.

Myron Walden In Studio On WBGO 11/12/09
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Dick Dale: Surf Guitar's King Still Rules

KEXP

The man who pretty much invented "surf rock" gives a shredding music lesson at KEXP.

Dick Dale In Studio On KEXP 12/11/09
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Karl Denson's Genre-Busting Tiny Universe

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe recently brought its heavy jazz-funk sound to the WFUV studio.

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe In Studio On WFUV 9/11/09
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Roy Hargrove: King Of The Road

KPLU

The Roy Hargrove Quintet runs through the hard-hitting Donald Byrd classic "Low Life" at Jazz24.

Roy Hargrove Quintet In Studio On KPLU
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Delbert McClinton: No Slowing Down

WFUV On-Air: Music Discovery Starts Here

At WFUV, McClinton belts out a powerful performance that'd drain a man half his age.

Delbert McClinton In Studio On WFUV 11/16/09
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Darwin's Theories, Speaking Musically

American Public Media

The genre-busting Turtle Island Quartet performs Tree of Life, inspired by Charles Darwin.

Darwin's Theories, Speaking Musically
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