**Disclaimer: This opus of TRILLOQUY was composed before the announcement of Joe Biden's running mate.
Being Black is being a part of a very diverse community that exists both across time and around the globe. Garrett and Scott explore this idea with works by Beyoncé, William Grant Still, Victoria Monét, Cardi B/Megan Thee Stallion, and many others. Portia Dunkley shares her COVID-era experiences as a mother, teacher and business owner, and the guys talk about coping with current events/politics as "classical" music professionals.
Issam Rafea/Gao Hong - "Mother's Plea"
Mary Kouyoumdjian - Bombs of Beirut
Cardi B feat. Megan Thee Stallion - "WAP"
Ludwig van Beethoven - Scherzo from Symphony No. 9
2 Live Crew - Pop That Pu--y
Victoria Monet - "Touch Me"
William Grant Still - Africa
Beyoncé - "Water", "Brown Skin Girl"
India Arie - "Brown Skin"
Unsung America Fund
Philadelphia Orchestra rehearses in person for the first time since pandemic
Meet The Medical Professionals Playing Classical Music Together Online
Orchestras Are Totally Safe. Just Stay Away From the Flute Player
HUGE THANKS to Mary Kouyoumdjian for offering information on Lebanese artists. Find the full listing in the "EXTRAS" at TRILLOQUY.org.
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