August 18, 2012

St. Olaf Compilation

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Music performed on A Prairie Home Companion,
August 18, 2012 (REBROADCAST)
St. Olaf Compilation

Performers:
Garrison Keillor, host, vocals
Tom Keith, sound effects (November 17, 2001 segments)
Sue Scott and Tim Russell, actors
Richard Dworsky, Music Director, piano, melodica, keyboard, organ
Pat Donohue, guitar
Arnie Kinsella, percussion
Heather Masse, vocals
Philip Brunelle, piano
John Feustal, conga
John Ferguson, faculty organist
Martin Hodel, faculty trumpet soloist

St. Olaf College actors: Luke Anderson, Pip Gengenback, Kate Kennedy, Kira Lace

November 19, 2011 Personnel:

The St. Olaf Choir, under the direction of Anton Armstrong:
SOPRANO I: Kathryn Baber, Maggie Burk, Jane Burton, Rachel Dahlen, Annie Deering, Heather Eikenbary, Erin Fox, Joy Gunsderson, Sarah Krolak, Marin Werdahl SOPRANO II: Kerry Auer, Katie Burk, Claire Drevets, Julida Kochanowski, Erin Schmidt, Anna Shevik, Coraine Tate, Margaret von Bibra, Megan Welle ALTO I: Jessica Ballard, Cassandra Bogh, Marissa Burkey, Kira Fenstermacher, Katharine Jenks, Laura Kyle, Kirsten Newlin, Kristin Sandness, Becca Tobin, Emily Vite; ALTO II: Amanda Balgaard, Maren Beckman, Alice Berry, Kelsey Fahy, Rosa Haxton, Allison Hennessy, Siri Jorstad, Kate Nesbit, Eliza Snortland; TENOR I: Riley Bruce, Phinehas Bynum, Gus Connelly, Nathan Dougherty, Willie Goforth, Devin Hair, James Ribe, Bryan Wells; TENOR II: Ben Dulak, Sam Engelsgjerd, Aaron Holmgren, Michael Jeffrey, Robert Kelly, Jaime Marshall, Paul Mori, Karl Robson; BASS I: David Anderson, Benjamin Andreae, Brett Eisenbeis, Zebulon Frantzich, Paul Henderson, Jeremy Krahn, James Leavell, Shawn Miller, Zachary Rygiel; BASS II: Jordan Boucher, Andrew Bourgoin, Mark Donlin, Rudyard Dyer, Will Esch, Jon Erik Haines, Chris Mode, Mitchell Rennie, Benjamin Simmons, Chris Southard, Karl Turnlund.

The St. Olaf Orchestra, under the direction of Steven Amundson:
VIOLIN I: Taryn Arbeiter, Jenny Asparro, Katelyn Berg, Greta Bauer, Lars Berggren, Madeline Brumback, Seiji Cataldo, Lindsie Katz, Olivia Krueger, Lauren Kurtz, Laurel Lynch, Catherine Monson, Emily Mullaney, Amanda Secor, Arthur Sletten, Karen Van Acker; VIOLIN II: Sarah Aune, Jared Brown, Janelle East, Elizabeth Fairfield, McKinley Green, Becca Hanson, Ellen Hartford, Jonathan Henn, Stephen Lee, Sarah Marti, Jonathon Peterson, Megan Peterson, Colleen Schaefle, Hannah Sorrells, Sonja Wermager, Katherine Wilhelm; VIOLA: Beret Amundson, Julie Asparro, Chloe Elzey, Abi Enockson, Claire Folts, Dayna Jondal, Britt Nance Letcher, Laura Menard, Anna Nelson, Julia Ortner, Hannah Stallkamp, Joshua Wareham; CELLO: Lydia Bundy, Katherine Canon, Amy Chatelaine, Bjorn Hovland, Omar Macias, Keegan O'Donald, Aisha Ragheb, Jacqueline Scott, Audrey Slote, Rachel Wiers, Laura Zimmermann; BASS: Evan Anderson, Grant Gordon, Peder Garnaas-Halvorson, Daniel Meyers, Andy Nail, Henry Ramsey, Kara Lynn Sajeske; FLUTE: Tirzah Blair, Sonia Funkenbusch, Megan Makeever, Molly Schull; PICCOLO: Molly Schull; OBOE: Rosanna Egge, Hannah Femling, Mariah Johnston; CLARINET:Sara Baumbauer, Clara Jung, Anne Lips; E-FLAT CLARINET: Sara Baumbauer; BASS CLARINET: Allison Brumfield; BASSOON: Anne Daily, Josh John, Conor Mackey; HORN: Nicole Danielson, Jordan Kling, Ellan Krubsack, Jim Peterman, Kira Seidel; TRUMPET: Nathan Bishop, Gregory Dean, Neil Hulbert, Tim McCarthy; TROMBONE: Jesse Brault, Zach Gingerich, Benjamin Sink; BASS TROMBONE: Robinson Schulze; TUBA: Lucas Sletten; PERCUSSION: Andrew Belsaas, Thomas Dolan, Madeline Giordana, Neil Gleason, Alex Van Rysselberghe; HARP: Kelsey Fleming.

November 17, 2001 Personnel:

The St. Olaf Orchestra, Conducted by Steven Amundson; Violin I: Stephanie Bina, Poji Chayabutr, Andrea Dover, Renee Favero, Allison Grote, Rebecca Huffman, Courtney Kryshak, Jennifer Leibfried, Erin Nauman, Christopher Noel, Lindsay Schumacher, Lindsay Smith, Aubrey Spilde, Sarah Wangberg, Angela Waterman, Rebecca Williams; Violin II: Leah Abbe, Christopher Blackmon, Rachel Broten, Kristin Dannewitz, Frances Emberley, Rachel Favero, Elizabeth Flack, Robert Grace, Justin Hayes, Sara Kelton, Marit Knutson, Michael McGuan, Jane Perpich, Stephanie Petersen, Allison Pipal, Mara Sedlins; Viola: Charlotte Engel, Anna Ericksen, Brooke Kallevig, Phillip Knutson, Catherine Lamb, Rebecca Lofft, Rachel Ricker, Kristin Roust, Kadie Schumacher, Joanna Smit, Jennifer Turbes, Andrea Woudenberg; Cello: Rachel Cleveland, Marissa Del Campo, Jeremy Glen, Christopher Hayes, Sean Koomen, Benjamin Krug, Benjamin Kulp, Jonathan Kuipers, Gregory Nelson, Kathleen O'Hara, Carlynn Savot, Jenelle Steele, Amanda Wright; Bass: Brian Bonnell, Benjamin Haensel, Carissa Koerner, Casey Landau, Matthew Pearson, James Philson, Nathaniel Wallace; Flute/ Piccolo: Elizabeth McDonald, Laura Shawn Roberts, Shelly Wipf; Oboe/English Horn: Kailin Kane, Dietrich Koch, Katherine Schouten; Clarinet: Nathan Olawsky, Emily Schiltz; Eb Clarinet: Abby Ryan; Bass Clarinet: Dominic Hartjes; Bassoon: Sebastian Tackling, Justin Windschitl; Alto Saxophone: Sarah DeMoss; Horn: Timothy Bradley, Amanda Kaus, Meredith Lotz, Laura Narhi; Trumpet: Matthew Elzinga, Paul Murphy, John Whaley; Trombone: David Iverson, Matthew Patterson, Jon Szopinski; Tuba: Marcus Hanson; Percussion: Jeremy Anderson, Eric Drotning, Jonathan Feustel, Carrie McShane, Anna Sackett; Piano: Daniel Holmgren; Harp: Jessica Miller O'Brien, Carrie McShane.

The St. Olaf Choir, Conducted by Anton Armstrong; Soprano I: Tasha Athman, Miriam Ehrlichmann, Allison Gatzke, Sarah Hoffman, Karen Miller, Leslie Ruth, Natalia Theimer, Katherine Tripoli, Laura White, Ashley Witte; Soprano II: Rachel Howe, Sarah James, Thea Kadavy, Andrea Luhrs, Sarah Nagell, Ivana Sabanosova, Nicolle Shaffer, Sarah Souder, Gillian Teoh, Laura Wegmeyer; Alto I: Laura Berg, Amy Bonhag, Jessica Cavis, Laura Frank, Melissa Johnson, Stephanie Kirkman, Kristen Kuipers, Kira Lace, Kelsay Ludwig, Jamie Nelson; Alto II: Kristin Benschine, Kari Bottin, Katherine Crawford, Rebecca Garbarino, Lynn Hofstad, Emily Janssen, Tegan Madson, Elizabeth Swanson, Maret Wilson; Tenor I: Jacob Barclay, Andrew Johnson, Brock Metzger, Jeffrey O'Donnell, Michael Schmitz, Kevin Stocks, Jonathan Von Stroh, Gregory Wright; Tenor II: Jack Cox, Nathan Lawrence, Thomas Moore, Christian Novak, Kurtis Parlin, Matthew Smith, Søren Strøm-Jensen; Bass I: Nathan DeWall, Glenn Hernandez, Dan Lackland, Michael Loretto, Adam Luebke, Matthew McDonald, Peter Olsen, Stefan Theimer, Paul Tlucek, Bass II: Aaron Banman, Ryan Dalton, Alex Falconer, Daniel Grossman, Andrew Klein, Peter Kuhlman, Matthew Kuhn, Kevin Seal, Bill Vosseler, Ian Walker, Charles Ziegler.

TISHOMINGO BLUES
Garrison Keillor and The Guy’s All-Star Shoe Band
w/m: Spencer Williams; new words: Garrison Keillor
© 1917 Joseph W. Stern and Co.; © 1989/2009 Maia Maia Music

NORGE, MITT NORGE
St. Olaf Choir (2011 personnel)
w: Theodor Caspari
m: Alfred Paulsen
arrangement: Kenneth Jennings

THE TURTLE DOVE
St. Olaf Orchestra (2011 personnel)
m: traditional English folk tune
Arrangement by: G. Winston Cassler

RHUBARB script underscore
Richard Dworsky
m: Richard Dworsky
© 2011 Inner Vista Music (BMI)

'MAMBO' from "WEST SIDE STORY"
St. Olaf Orchestra (2011 personnel)
w/m: Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim
© Boosey & Hawkes Inc. (ASCAP)
© Chappell & Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
© Universal Music Publishing Group (ASCAP)

I'M A LUTHERAN
Garrison Keillor, Heather Masse, Richard Dworsky and Pat Donohue
w/m: traditional ("Methodist Pie")
new words: Garrison Keillor
© Maia Maia Music (BMI)

HOW CAN I KEEP FROM SINGING?
Garrison Keillor and Heather Masse with Richard Dworsky and St. Olaf Orchestra (2011 personnel)
w/m: Reverend Robert Lowry
new words: Garrison Keillor © 2009 Maia Maia Music (BMI)
Arranged by Lee Blaske

ST. OLAF CHOIR MONOLOGUE underscore
Philip Brunelle
m: Philip Brunelle
© 2011 Philip Brunelle

POWDERMILK BISCUIT THEME
Garrison Keillor, Richard Dworsky and Pat Donohue
w/m: Garrison Keillor
© Maia Maia Music (BMI)

CHILDREN OF THE HEAVENLY FATHER
St. Olaf Choir and live audience (2011 personnel)
m: traditional Swedish
w: Caroline V. Sandell Berg, trans: Ernst Olson
© Augsburg Fortress

GUY NOIR THEME
Rich Dworsky, Gary Raynor, Arnie Kinsella, St Olaf Orchestra string section (2001 personnel)
w: Garrison Keillor/ Richard Dworsky
m: Richard Dworsky
© 1995 Maia Maia Music/ Inner Vista Music (BMI)
String arrangement: Andy Stein

GUY NOIR script underscore
Richard Dworsky
m: Richard Dworsky
© 2001 Inner Vista Music (BMI)

WINTER script underscore
Richard Dworsky
m: Richard Dworsky
© 2001 Inner Vista Music (BMI)

SYMPHONY NO. 5, MOVEMENT 2
St. Olaf Orchestra (2011 personnel)
m: Dmitri Shostakovich
© G. Schirmer, Inc.

EXACTLY LIKE YOU
Richard Dworsky and Pat Donohue
w: Dorothy Fields
m: Jimmy McHugh
© EMI April Music Inc./ Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Inc.

ST. OLAF TRAVELOGUE script underscore
St. Olaf Orchestra (2001 personnel) with Richard Dworsky, Pat Donohue and Arnie Kinsella
m: "Holiday in Delaware" composed by:J.S. Zamecnik
© 1924 Sam Fox Publishing
arranged by: Russell Warner

BEAUTIFUL SAVIOR
St. Olaf Choir (2001 personnel)
Maret Wilson, mezzo-soprano soloist
m: Silesian folktune
text: Münster Gesangbuch, translation by Joseph A. Seiss.
arrangement: F. Melius Christiansen
© Augsburg Fortress

KEEP YOUR LAMPS
St. Olaf Choir (2001personnel) and John Feustal, conga
w/m: traditional, arranged by André Thomas
© Hinshaw Music

UM! YAH! YAH!
St. Olaf Choir and Orchestra, live audience (2001 personnel)
m: Norwegian folk song, "Jer Har Ute Pulten"

VÅREN (SPRING), Op. 33 No. 2
St. Olaf Orchestra string section (2001 personnel)
m: Edvard Grieg

WE PRAISE YOU, O GOD
St. Olaf Choir, (2001 personnel), Martin Hodel, John Ferguson
m: "Kremser" by A. Valerius , circa 1626
text: Julia C. Cory
arr. Carolyn Jennings
© Augsburg Fortress

PSALM 50-MOV 3
St. Olaf Choir (2011 personnel)
m: F. Melius Christiansen
© Augsburg Fortress

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