With tag: earth_day
Morning Classics: it's Earth Day, with sounds of the natural world
Antonin Dvorak takes us on a walk "In Nature's Realm" for this Earth Day...the morning continues to unfold in a bouquet of springtime waltzes and songs, Saint-Saens' "Carnival of the Animals", Francaix's "Flower-clock Suite", and a serenade to a tree from Handel's opera "Xerxes".
Midday Classical: Music for Earth Day
Music for Earth Day, including From Grandmother's Garden by Amy Beach, Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony (new recording from the Minnesota Orchestra and conductor Osmo Vanska), Adirondack Children's Songs by Gregg Smith, and much more.
Afternoon Classics: Earth Day
For Earth Day, we'll hear (among other things) selections from Mahler's "Das Lied von der Erde," Darius Milhaud's "La Creation du Monde," and Schubert's "trout" Quintet.
Earth Day (Early)
Tomorrow marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. This morning we'll
highlight musical interpretations of natural world: birds, frogs,
insects, plants and flowers alike.
Earth Day celebrated around the state
By Ross Sneyd
Earth Day is being observed throughout Vermont today with a variety of activities. In
Chittenden County, an effort is being launched to reduce homeowners'
carbon emissions. And in southern Vermont, a beer company is about to invest in cleaner energy.
Ross Sneyd has more.