Posted on November 19, 2015
This post was written in preparation for our December 2015 Winter Songs & Carols concert. For information about our next Winter Songs & Carols program or our other seasonal performances, visit our Performances page. While putting together arrangements and selections for Manitou Winds’”Winter Songs… Continue Reading “Three Celtic Carols”
Category: Musical Musings, Performances, Winter Songs & Carols, WS&C 2015Tags: bassoon, Brittany, Carlos Nunez, Celtic Christmas, Celtic Music, chamber group, Chamber Music, clarinet, featured winter, flute, France, Galicia, horn, Ireland, jt mckinney, jtmckinney, manitou winds, Northern Michigan, oboe, Spain, Three Celtic Carols, wind quintet, Winter Songs and Carols, world premiere
Posted on September 23, 2015
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A composer growing up in Paris while bridging the 19th & 20th centuries probably ate some interesting breakfasts—a mix of gourmet and eating on the cheap. Today’s recipe is an autumn-inspired riff on classic “Pain Perdu” (literally “lost bread”). Dressed down, it’s just stale bread dipped in egg batter and fried up. Dressed up, it’s adorned with exotic spices and rich, complex flavors of fruit and wine.
Category: Notable Breakfasts, Woodwind GourmetTags: 20th century music, Classical Composers, Classical Music, France, french toast, Ibert, Jacques Ibert, manitou winds, music history, Northern Michigan, Notable Breakfasts, pain perdu, Paris, recipes, woodwind gourmet