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The Signal, 08.12.11 & 08.13.11, Orfeia Vocal Ensemble, The Color of Night, and Eliza's Freedom Road
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This week (August 12th & 13th, 2011) on The Signal…
The members of Orfeia Vocal Ensemble introduce us to the hauntingly dissonant harmonies and intricate rhythms of traditional Bulgarian music.
We talk with Madison Smartt Bell about his novel, “The Color of Night.” The book examines the persistence of violence in American culture and its sinister effect on the mind of a woman who revels in its beauty.
Plus: We head back in time to walk in the shoes of twelve-year-old Eliza, a fictional girl who stole away on the Underground Railroad with the help of Harriet Tubman. Author Jerdine Nolen brings the journey to life in her historical novel for young adults, “Eliza’s Freedom Road: An Underground Railroad Diary”.