SEPTEMBER 2020

              SCHOOL EVERYWHERE!                   David Amram records in French

      for Haitian students and School Everywhere!

David Amram, the great composer ("The Manchurian Candidate", "After the Fall", "This Land", ...), conductor (New York Philharmonic, Houston Symphony Orchestra), Classical and Folk and Jazz musician joined Maryse Philippe Déjean and Don Paul on September 2, via Zoom. The first three recordings below presnet David greeting Haitian students in French. He plays instruments of the Caribbean. He tells stories that illustrate Haiti's influence and importance in history and culture.

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Go to SOUNDCLOUD HERE for David's greeting to Haitian students and his tracing of flutes' music to birds' songs.

Go HERE for his playing of a Guatamalan ocarina.

Go HERE for his playing of flute and penny-whistle.

In the meantime students and teachers in Port-au-Prince, Haiti continue to record

for School Everywhere!, using the new sound-proof Studio at College Canapé-Vert, and SUFC supporters such as Alex de Grassi, Kenton Hulme, and Jonathan Richman work on audio and video may please and excite students.