Morning edition, 1992-08-12: Michael Tilson Thomas's portraitAdditional title: Michael Tilson Thomas's portraitAdditional title: Morning edition
NamesEdwards, Bob, 1947- (Commentator)Brotman, Martin (Commentator)Raddatz, Martha (Commentator)Roman, Nick (Commentator)Feinstein, John (Commentator)Cochran, Jean, (Correspondent) (Commentator)Penkava, Melinda (Commentator)Joyce, Christopher, (Correspondent) (Commentator)Magistad, Mary Kay (Commentator)Gjelten, Tom (Commentator)Perez-Luna, Elizabeth (Commentator)Spector, Leonard S (Commentator)Kyd, David (Commentator)Tilson Thomas, Michael, 1944- (Commentator)National Public Radio (U.S.) (Distributor)
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Dates / OriginDate Created: 1994-07-14
Library locationsRodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded SoundShelf locator: *LTC-A 1629
TopicsTilson Thomas, Michael, 1944-New World SymphonyWorld Cup (Soccer) (1994 : United States) -- Press coverageWorld politics -- 1985-1995 -- Press coverageHuman rights -- Press coverage -- Rwanda -- 20th centuryHuman rights -- Press coverage -- Congo (Democratic Republic) -- 20th centuryHuman rights -- Press coverage -- Haiti -- 20th centuryViolence -- Press coverage -- Rwanda -- 20th centuryViolence -- Press coverage -- Congo (Democratic Republic) -- 20th centuryGolf -- Tournaments -- Press coverage -- ScotlandEscherichia coli -- Press coverage -- United States -- 20th centuryGay military personnel -- Press coverage -- United StatesConductors (Music) -- United StatesNuclear nonproliferation -- Korea (North)Conservatories of music -- Florida -- MiamiKorea (North) -- Politics and government -- 20th centuryMagazine format radio programs
NotesSource note: Title and credits from audition; date from the original cassette label.Performers: Bob Edwards, host ; Martha Raddatz, Nick Roman, John Feinstein, Jean Cochran, Melinda Penkava, Christopher Joyce, Mary Kay Magistad, Tom Gjelten, Elisabeth Perez-Luna, reporters ; Dr. Martin Brotman of the American Gastroenterological Association Foundation, Leonard S. Spector (nuclear proliferation expert), David Kyd (spokesman for the International Atomic Energy Agency), Michael Tilson Thomas (music director and conductor), commentators.Venue: Broadcast on NPR radio Morning edition Washington (D.C.) 1994 July 14.
Physical DescriptionAudiocassetteExtent: 1 audiocassette (45 min.) : analog, stereo
DescriptionThe broadcast is delivered by numerous reporters and specialists. The first 36 minutes of the program present coverage of domestic and international current events and news. Reports focus on human rights abuses and violence in Haiti, Rwanda, and Zaire, followed by detailed reportage of the soccer championship in America and British open golf tournament in Scotland. Other comprehensive stories include the most important affairs in domestic economy, the outbreak of E.coli bacteria, gay rights in the army, and the international conflict with North Korea after the death of Kim Il-sung on July 8th 1994 stemming from the country's aggressive nuclear plans and possession of reactors for plutonium production. The last 9 minutes of the program is a chronicle of the New World Symphony in Miami founded and led by Michael Tilson Thomas who presents his goals, aspirations, and the choice of repertoire. Perez-Luna (reporter) and a few students describe the premises of the building, accommodations for the students and their practices and studies.
Type of ResourceSound recording
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 930314229NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20843803Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): cb71fdb0-b935-0133-b567-60f81dd2b63c
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