- Nola R. Knouse was interviewed 10/24/2016 by Rod Bieber of Delta College Public Radio WUCX in the Great Lakes Bay Region, the Thumb and Flint, Michigan.
Nola Reed Knouse Interview – 2016
2. June 9, 2003 Heard on Morning Edition
Moravian Music : NPR
Host Bob Edwards talks with music commentator Miles Hoffman about the history and beauty of Moravian church music, which was first played in America during colonial times. Interview was broadcast during the 2003 Moravian Music Festival in Winston-Salem.
Most of the music in this piece, including the introductory music and the ending music, comes from Lost Music of Early America – Music of the Moravians. Boston Baroque, Martin Pearlman, director (Telarc CD-80482)
The lively cut of the wind ensemble (which Bob describes as “very festive”) is from David Moritz Michael: Parthien 10-14 Pacific Classical Winds (New World Records 80580-2)
The cut of the Civil War Moravian band is from A Storm in the Land Music of the 26th N.C. Regimental Band, CSA. The American Brass Quintet Brass Band. (New World Records, 80608-2)
3. The Rev. Dr. Nola Reed Knouse celebrated her twentieth year of leadership of the Moravian Music Foundation in 2012, and discussed Moravian music with Dr. David Schattschneider.