January 14, 2006|
This week, we'll be in the very heart of Minnesota, broadcasting from the Ted Mann Concert Hall at the University of Minnesota. Luckily, that failing grade in organic chemistry does not disqualify us from doing live radio on campus. Featured guests include rising Nashville star Adrienne Young, Bulgarian violin prodigy Bella Hristova, Jazz singer Prudence Johnson, and sitting in with the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band, the maestro, Andy Stein. Also with us, The Royal Academy of Radio Acting, Tim Russell, Sue Scott, and Tom Keith.
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|00:02:43||"Wagner's Hojohoto" - Maria Jette|
|00:07:58||"You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" - GK, Prudence Johnson, Shoe Band|
|00:10:25||GK talks about his first class at the U of MN, Latin with Margaret Forbes|
|00:11:14||Robert Sonkowsky recites a poem by Horace|
|00:14:29||"Recitative and Scherzo" (Kreisler) - Bella Hristova|
|00:19:38||GK talks to Bella|
|00:24:05||GK introduces Adrienne Young|
|00:24:51||"Plow to the End of the Row" - Adrienne Young and Hans Holzen|
|00:28:28||GK introduces the next tune|
|00:29:08||"The Art of Virtue"- Adrienne Young, Hans Holzen, and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band|
|00:32:15||Powdermilk Biscuit Break/Andy Stein fiddle medley|
|00:35:36||"Don't Think Twice, It's Alright"/"Knockin' on Heaven's Door" - GK, Prudence Johnson, Adrienne Young, Shoe Band|
|00:40:38||GK talks to Bella Hristova|
|00:41:32||"Tango #3 Caprice" (Piazzola) - Bella Hristova|
|00:44:39||Guy Noir script|
|00:57:50||"Brokedown Palace" - Adrienne Young, Hans Holzen, GK, Prudence Johnson, Shoe Band|
|01:06:06||Welcome Back to the 2nd Half, "Wagner's Hojotoho"|
|01:07:30||GK introduces the University of Minnesota Hockey Pep Band, talks with their director Skeeter Burroughs, they play cadences and the U of MN Rouser|
|01:17:23||GK dedicates the next tune to listeners Joe and Kay|
|01:17:38||"In My Life" - Garrison Keillor, Prudence Johnson, and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band|
|01:20:17||GK introduces Maria Jette and Sonya Thompson, talks about Birgit Nilsson|
|01:22:38||"Schlaf', in Meinen Arn"/"Schwedisches Wiegenlied" - Maria Jette, Sonya Thompson, Andy Stein, and Gary Raynor|
|01:26:34||"Wagner's Hojotoho" - Maria Jette |
|01:27:46||GK talks about his horrible Latin translations, Margaret Forbes|
|01:29:00||Robert Sonkowsky recites "Cicero", GK translates|
|01:32:37||GK introduces Bella Hristova|
|01:33:08||"Vocalise" (Rachmaninoff)- Bella Hristova and Richard Dworsky|
|01:39:07||News From Lake Wobegon|
|01:55:42||"Brokedown Palace" closer - Adrienne Young, Hans Holzen, GK, Prudence, band|
Photos from the show|
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|The Weisman Art Museum, designed by Frank Gehry
||It's the first of several Brunhildes, embodied by Maria Jette
|Sue Scott and Tim Russell perform the script "Gopher."
||Adrienne Young with Hans Holzen perform the title cut from Adrienne's cd, "Plow to the End of the Row."
|Adrienne Young sends an appreciative nod to Andy Stein during the opening sax solo for "Guy Noir."
||Tom Keith makes a submarine ping by way of a green coffee mug.