TGIF! It’s the final day of SATB Week on Kids Commute from Interlochen Public Radio. If you’ve listened all week, you know that SATB is the musical abbreviation for soprano, alto, tenor, and bass (also referred to as baritone). Each day, we’ve heard musical selections that demonstrate how each of these vocal parts are used. Today, we get to hear how each of these parts weave together as we listen to “So You Want To Write a Fugue,” composed by the famous Glenn Gould. After the music, we’ll reveal the answer to this week’s Kids Commute Quizlet. If you’ve answered correctly, we’ll mail you a Kids Commute Prize Pack. We hope you enjoyed SATB Week on Kids Commute from Interlochen Public Radio. Special thanks to our guest host, Lynne Church, voice instructor at Interlochen Arts Academy, for her expertise and insights.
KC 2149 - SATB Week
"So You Want To Write A Fugue"
Composer: Glenn Gould
Performers: Claron McFadden (soprano), Marie-Therese Keller (mezzo-soprano/alto), Jean-Paul Fouchecourt (tenor), Harry Van der Kamp (bass)