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COMING UP ON THE SPANISH HOUR:

TSH 1711: MEXICO'S CHORAL TRADITION (March 11-17)
Choral works from the 17th century to the 21rst, presented by Vocal Essence, Andrew Lawrence King and the Harp Consort, and others. Over four centuries of Mexican choral music, from 17th-century master Juan Garcia de Zéspedes and Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla to contemporary composers Guillermo Álvarez Navarro and Sergio Cárdenas. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=40. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1710
EL LLIBRE VERMELL DE MONSTSERRAT (March 4-10)

Selections from the six music folios contained in El Llibre Vermell, presented by La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Hespèrion XXI, under the direction of Jordi Savall. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=84. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1651
3 GENERATIONS OF SPANISH COMPOSERS(December 10-16)

Composers representing three generations of Spanish music from the Generation of 1898 to the present day. From the Generation of the Maestros to El Grupo de los Ocho to today, orchestra works by Julio Gómez, Salvador Bacarisse, and José Luis Greco. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=46. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1646
SPANISH COMPOSERS OF THE MID-20th CENTURY (November 5-11)

Lesser-known works by well-known composer from Valencia, Madrid, and the Basque Country. Piano works of Joaquín Rodrigo, guitar pieces by Federico Moreno-Torroba and a suite for clarinet and piano by Julián Menéndez. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=43. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1645
HALLOWEEN/EL DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS (October 29-November 4)

Music for Halloween and El día de los muertos from Spain and South America, the complete El Amor Brujo, Love the magician by Falla and Cassadó played on the theremin!You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=20. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1644
MUSIC OF THE SPANISH EMPIRE (October 22-28)

This week's program focuses on the cross-pollination of musical ideas music from the mid-19th to mid-20th centuries between Spain and two of its former colonies: Cuba, a Spanish possession for almost 400 years, and the Philippines, a viceroyalty from the mid 16th to early 19th centuries. Habaneras, malagueñas. guajiras, valses, and danzas performed live in concert by Charisse Baldoria, Manilan pianist now living in the United States. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=42. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1636
CHAMBER MUSIC FROM SPAIN, ARGENTINA, AND MEXICO (August 27-September 3)

20th-century chamber music by Joaquín Turina, Astor Piazzolla, and Carlos Chávez. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=37. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1635
DOES THIS MUSIC SOUND "SPANISH" TO YOU? (August 20-26)

20th-century Spanish composers whose compositions owe more to European modernism than to the folkloric musical traditions of the Iberian Peninsula. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=82. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1634
FOREIGN IMPRESSIONS OF SPAIN (August 13-19)

Spain in the imaginations of Ravel, Debussy, Chabrier, and Franz Liszt. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=18. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1633
ISAAC ALBÉNIZ (August 6-12)

Isaac Albéniz was one of the most outstanding personalities in Spain's musical history, not only for his role in Spain's musical nationalism, but also for the part he played in introducing Spanish music into the avant-garde movements of the early twentieth century. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=15. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1632
CARLOS SURIÑACH, CATALAN-AMERICAN

Works by Carlos Suriñach, highlighting the Barcelona-born, German trained composer’s melodic re-imaginings of Spanish folkloric traditions. Included are the flamenco-inspired Ritmo Jondo , the Piano Quartet of 1944 and his Piano concerto, dedicated to Alicia de Larrocha. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=81. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1631
THE ARTISTRY OF ALICIA DE LARROCHA (July 23-29)

For many, Alicia de Larrocha’s recordings of Granados, Albéniz, and Falla defined the classical piano music of Spain. Along with her performances, we’ll hear from those who worked with her and were mentored by her. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=80. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1630
PONCE & PROTÉGÉ (July 16-22)

Orchestral works by two giants of Mexican musical nationalism: Manuel Maria Ponce and Carlos Chávez. María Teresa Rodríguez performs Ponce's Piano Concerto with Eduardo Mata leading Orquesta Filarmónica de la UNAM; and Chávez Third Symphony with Eduardo Mata conducting the London Symphony Orchestra. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=79. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1629
MEXICAN AND SPANISH RARITIES (July 9-15)

Classical music from mid-20th century Mexico and late 19th-century Spain. This week's show features and organ concerto written in 1949 by Mexican composer, organist, pedagogue, and musicologist Miguel Bernal Jiménez, born February 16, 1910 in Morelia, and the world premiere recording of Isaac Albéniz's four Catalan Symphonic Scenes. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=78. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

July 3, 2016
The Spanish Hour is delighted to welcome its latest affiliate, WQCS, NPR For the Treasure Coast, airing The Spanish Hour Sunday afternoons at 3pm ET on WQCS HD2.
More information at http://www.http://wqcs.org/schedule/week/wqcs-hd2#stream/1

TSH 1628
RUPERTO CHAPÍ, "THE SPANISH MASSENET"(July 2-8)

Ruperto Chapí is best known for his 150 zarzuelas. But "the Spanish Massenet" composed in every genre. This week, a "zarzuela" of Chapí’s music for the theater and the concert hall. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=76. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1627
16th & 17th CENTURY, CASTILIAN & CATALAN, SACRED & SECULAR (June 25-July 1)

The featured work on this week’s program of music from Renaissance and Baroque Spain is Missa pro defunctis, a requiem written during the great Barcelona plague, by Catalan composer Joan Cererols. Works for viola da gamba by Diego Ortiz from Castilla-La Mancha, featuring Jordi Savall round out the program. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=75. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1626
THE UNKNOWN GRANADOS (June 18-24)

Lesser known orchestral and chamber works by the composer of Goyescas and 12 Spanish Dances. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=74. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1625
MÉXICO ROMÁNTICO (June 11-17)

Romantic works by two of Mexico’s great 20th-century composers: Trio Romántico of Manuel María Ponce and Sinfonia Romántica: The Symphony # 4 of Carlos Chávez.You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=73. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1624
FREDERIC MOMPOU (June 4-10)

The enigmatic musical world of 20th-century Catalan composer Frederic (Federico) Mompou. Works for piano, guitar, and voice by the enigmatic 20th -century Catalan composer Frederic Mompou, performed by Alicia de Larrocha, Julian Bream, Victoria de los Ángeles, and Judith Jáuregui. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=72. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1623
THE CLASSICAL SIDE OF PAQUITO D’RIVERA (May 28-June 3)

Paquito D’Rivera’s phenomenal success as a jazz musician has overshadowed his work in the classical field, which is just as impressive, vibrant, and virtuosic. We’ll sample some of those classical efforts this week. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=7. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1622
ARRIAGA "THE SPANISH MOZART" (May 21-27)

Born in the Basque city of Bilbao, Juan Crisóstomo de Arriaga shared not only a January 27th date of birth with Mozart, but life as a child prodigy and early demise. We’ll hear some of the remarkable works written by Arriaga before his premature and tragic death. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=9. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1621
DANCING THROUGH SPAIN (May 14-20)

Ballet music from by Manuel de Falla and a violin concerto by José Luis Greco, son of flamenco dancers José Greco and Nila Amparo. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=71. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1620
MUSIC FROM MEDIAEVAL AND RENAISSANCE SPAIN (May 8-13)

From the 5 Kingdoms of 13th-century Spain to the polyphony of Spanish Renaissance master Tomás Luis de Victoria, this week’s program explores Spain’s vocal music from the 1200s-1700s.You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=31. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1619
SPANISH VIOLIN ROMANCES (April 30-May 7)

Romantic violin show-stoppers from the late 19th-century, a golden age for the Spanish virtuoso perfomer-composer: Sarasate's Zapateado and Carmen Fantasy, Monasterio's Grand Fantasy for violin and piano, based on well-known Spanish folk tunes, and three concert pieces for violin and orchestra by Enrique Fernández Arbós. With GIl Shaham, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Manuel Guillén, Ara Malikian, and Jesús Lopez Cobos. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=17. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1618
GUERNICA (April 23-29)

The Spanish Hour remembers the anniversary of the bombing of the Basque village of Guernica with New York-based Galician composer Octavio Vázquez's "Guernica" Piano Trio number 1. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=70. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1617
CATALAN CLASSICS FOR LA DIADA DE SANT JORDI (April 16-22)

The Spanish Hour celebrates the Catalan national Sant Jordi holiday (April 23) with Catalan classics from the Renaissance through the 20th century. We'll hear sacred music from the Renaissance by Joan Cererols, piano miniatures reminiscent of Schumann's Album for the Young by Granados disciple Josep Martí i Cristià, and a piano trio by Granados himself, written when he was just 27. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=69. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1616
MUSIC FOR CHILDREN (April 9-15)

The Boys Choir of El Escorial and the Young People's Chorus of New York City in choral works by Antón García Abril and Paquito D'Rivera, a Cuban-Spanish retelling of a Hans Christian Anderson favorite, plus Xavier Montsalvatge's charming piano solo Noah's Ark. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=68. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1615
LA ZARZUELA BARROCA (April 2-8)

Not to be confused with the popular operettas and lyric operas popular in Spain from the 1850’s through the mid-20th century, these zarzuelas on this program date from the 18th century, combining Spanish folklore with Greek mythology. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=6. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1614
20TH CENTURY MEXICAN MASTERS (March 26- April 1)

This week, music by the Holy Trinity of 20th century Mexican composers: Manuel Ponce, Silvestre Revueltas, and Carlos Chávez. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=67. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1613
ISAAC ALBÉNIZ (March 19-25)

Isaac Albéniz was one of the most outstanding personalities in Spain's musical history, not only for his role in Spain's musical nationalism, but also for the part he played in introducing Spanish music into the avant-garde movements of the early twentieth century. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=15. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1612
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH SPECIAL (March 12-18)

The Spanish Hour celebrates the contribution of Hispanic women in classical music. Female giants of classical music, featuring Venezuelan virtuoso pianist and composer Teresa Carreño, Catalan mezzo Conchita Supervía, and Spanish-Mexican composer Maria Teresa Prieto. With historical recordings, including a 1905 piano roll made by Teresa Carreño performing one of her many piano miniatures. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=66. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1611
XAVIER MONTSALVATGE (March 5-11)

One of the so-called "lost generation" of Spanish composers, first gaining wide-spread recognition in the 1940s, pianist, critic, and composer Xavier Montsalvatge was influenced by antillanismo, neo-Romanticism, and French impressionism, especially Ravel. This edition of "The Spanish Hour" pays tribute. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=65. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1610
MEXICO'S MANUEL PONCE (February 27-March 4)

Manuel María Ponce was one of the great geniuses of Mexican music. An avid musicologist, Ponce used his vast collection of traditional Mexican folksongs in his romantic works, a synthesis he thought crucial for his country’s cultural evolution. Featured are the 24 guitar preludes, romantic pieces for piano, as well as Concierto del Sur, perhaps his best-known work. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=54. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1609: FERNANDO SOR, BEETHOVEN OF THE GUITAR (February 20-26)
Fernando Sor created a virtuosic repertory for the guitar and elevating the guitar to an instrument worthy of the concert hall, Candice Agree presents a sampling of some of works for the guitar solo, guitar duo, and voice and guitar. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=36. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1608: LOVE IBERIAN STYLE (February 13-19)
Love songs, nothing but love songs! Spanish love songs for El Día de los Enamorados – Valentine’s Day from Sephardic romances from the Middle Ages to love songs by Granados and Falla. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=64. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1607: TENOR ALFREDO KRAUS (February 6-12)
Born in the Canary Islands in 1927, Alfredo Kraus Trujillo was widely regarded as the greatest tenor of his generation. We’ll hear Kraus in selections from zarzuelas by Bretón and Fernández, as well as a song cycle by Joaquín Turina. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=63. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1606: SPANISH GUITAR FAVORITES (January 30-February 5)
Claude Debussy defined the guitar as an expressive harpsicord. Joaquín Rodrigo believed this to be the best definition ever given of the Spanish guitar. Works by Albéniz, and Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez on this week's show. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=62. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1605: SPAIN'S BEST-LOVED SONGS (January 23-29)
One of Spain’s musical glories is her wealth of songs -- from every region and every era, loved and kept alive through the ages through transcriptions and arrangements. We’ll hear Manuel Valls’ transcription of Sephardic songs, a cello and piano version of Manuel de Falla’s Popular Spanish Songs, and José Luis Greco’s work for voice and string quartet, inspired by songs collected by Federico García Lorca. You can find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=61. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1604: 2 GUITARS ARE BETTER THAN 1 (January 16-22)
Chopin wrote that the only thing more beautiful than one guitar are two guitars. On today’s show, we prove him right. 20th-century works for works for 2 guitars and orchestra by Federico Moreno Torroba and Joaquín Rodrigo. Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=60. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1603: DANZAS CUBANAS/CUBAN DANCES (January 9-15)
Cuban composers and musicians have had an indelible impact on classical music through their unique combinations of European melodies and African polyrhythms. Contradances, waltzes, mazurkas and more by Leo Brouwer, Joaquín Nin, Tania Leon, and the composer known as “the Cuban Gershwin,” Ernesto Lecuona.Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=26. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

4 January 2016
The Spanish Hour is thrilled to welcome its latest affiliate, Classical 91.5 FM: WXXI in Rochester, New York, airing The Spanish Hour Monday nights at 10pm ET with live streaming. More information at http://www.wxxi.org

TSH 1602: MUSIC OF ARGENTINA (January 2-8)
A sampling of some of the beautiful and original classical music of Argentina, including a number of dance forms: tango, milonga, and zamba among them. Works by Astor Piazolla, Alberto Ginastera, and “the Schubert of the Pampas,” master of the art song, Carlos Guastavino. Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=27. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1553: SACRED MUSIC FOR CHRISTMAS FROM SPAIN AND MEXICO (December 26-January 1)
Christmas Eve traditions from 17th-century Mexico, El Cant de la Sibil•la (El canto de la Sibilla or The Song of the Sybill,) a work of prophecy from 15th-century Valencia, and The Adoration, Part Four of Pablo Casals' oratorio El Pesebre (The Nativity or The Manger) in an historic recording conducted by Casals. Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=4. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1552: CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS FROM SPAIN (December 19-25)
We'll hear José Carreras and Maria del Mar Bonet sing traditional Catalan carols and sacred music. plus Joaquíin Rodrigo's charming holiday classic for vocal soloists, chorus and orchestra, Retablo de Navidad (A Christmas Tableau.) Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=3. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1551: MEXICO'S CHORAL TRADITION (December 12-18)
Choral works from the 17th century to the 21rst, presented by Vocal Essence, Andrew Lawrence King and the Harp Consort, and others. Over four centuries of Mexican choral music, from 17th-century master Juan Garcia de Zéspedes and Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla to contemporary composers Guillermo Álvarez Navarro and Sergio Cárdenas. Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=40. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1550: PASEO LATINOAMERICANO (December 5-11)
Guitarists Lily Afshar and Manuel Barrueco, flutist Marco Granados, the Chiara Quartet, and Quintet of the Americas take us on a Latin-American Walkabout, exploring traditional music and contemporary compositions inspired by the melodically and rhythmically rich music of Paraguay, Puerto Rico, Peru, and Venezuela. Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=23. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1549: SPANISH MUSIC FROM THE 16th TO 18th CENTURIES (November 28-December 4)
Spanish composers from the Renaissance, Baroque, and Galant eras, featuring sacred and secular works by Francisco Guerrero, Joan and Josep Pla and Domenco Scarlatti. Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=59. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

TSH 1548: FALLA AND THE THEATER (November 21-27)
This week's show is devoted to Manuel de Falla, and that includes The Spanish Hour theme, The Neighbors Dance from The Three-Cornered Hat, transcribed and performed by Paco de Lucía. Also on the program, we'll hear The Three-Cornered Hat in its first incarnation, El Corregidor y la molinera (The Magistrate and the Miller's Wife.)
Find the playlist on our "Programs" page http://thespanishhour.org/program_detail.php?program_ID=58. Go to our "Stations" page http://thespanishhour.org/stations.php to find where you can hear The Spanish Hour en tu barrio/ in your neighborhood!

11 October 2015
The Spanish Hour is thrilled to welcome its latest affiliate, Interlochen Public Radio, airing The Spanish Hour Sunday evenings at 6pm ET on the following stations with live streaming:
88.7 FM, Interlochen
94.7 FM, Traverse City
88.5 FM, Mackinaw City
100.9 FM, East Jordan/Charlevoix
More information at http://www.interlochenpublicradio.org

2 September 2015
!Celebren con nosotros! Celebrate with us!
Here at The Spanish Hour we're celebrating our fifth birthday! Program Directors, learn how easy and cost-effective it is to make The Spanish Hour with Candice Agree a part of your broadcast schedule. contact candice@thespanishhour.org

9 January 2015
¡Nos mudamos! We're moving! The Spanish Hour has a new time period on Omaha's 90.7, KVNO and streamed worldwide via http://www.kvno.org. Now enjoy classical music from Spain and the Spanish speaking world Saturday mornings at 7 Central.

Beginning Monday, September 16, 2013, The Spanish Hour will be heard on Marquette's 90.1 WNMU-FM. Listen Monday-Friday at 11am ET all this week as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with five special programs focusing on the contributions of Latin American composers to classical music. Also broadcast on:
91.1 Manistique
96.5 Escanaba
97.9 Stephenson
and on the web at http://wnmufm.org.