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  1. Julie Scolnik and Mistral play Telemann

    Telemann has to be the most productive composer of the Baroque era. The man was a powerhouse, and he wrote for every solo instrument he came across. This piece was probably inspired by the visit of Louis Bouffardin, a virtuoso on the transverse flute.

    Telemann: Suite for flute and strings in A minor.

    Julie Scolnik, flute, with the ensemble Mistral


    More information: http://www.andoverchambermusic.org/

    Recorded in a live broadcast at WGBH's Fraser Performance Studio on December 3rd, 2009. ©2009 WGBH Educational Foundation. http://www.wgbh.org/classical email: classical@wgbh.org

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  2. The Power of Faith

    60 min. from Wed Dec 2 00:00:00 CST 2009 Show - "Faith is freefall. It is the liquid state of grace in which all change is possible," explains shaman and host, Christina Pratt. "Without faith we are unable to cross that gap between what was and what needs to be." It really doesn't matter whether that gap is the size of a whole life that you are being asked to leave behind or the microscopic gap between two neurons in your brain as you desperately try to think a new thought, with out faith we cannot cross that Void. The most interesting thing about faith, given humanity's history of killing each other over it, is that it doesn't really matter what you have faith in. In terms of transformation and enlightenment it only matters that you are capable of that state of grace; that you can surrender all that you are and know to simply be in a state of faith. Join us this week as we explore the power of faith. When is faith the excuse for delusion and fantasy thinking and when is it the power needed to dance with the Unknown?

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  3. Arts Education

    [2009-12-03 13:00:00] How do today's arts education programs prepare students to make a decent living in the arts? We'll talk with Jose Antonio Bowen, Dean of the Meadows School of the Arts and Algur H. Meadows Chair and Professor of Music at Southern Methodist University.

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  4. Fresh fast food

    Guest chef Julie Biuso with recipes for raisin bread with ricotta, honey and barbecued peaches; Pavarotti's ham; and orange and red onion salad. (from Afternoons on Radio New Zealand Radio New Zealand National)


    Tagged with food radionz

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  5. Telling the Stories that Don’t Get Told

    [2009-12-07 13:00:00] What should we know about the world that's just not getting reported and how would a better global understanding help Americans be better citizens? We'll talk this hour with journalist Lisa Ling who's in town to speak to the Brinker International Forum at the AT&T Performing Arts Center tonight.

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  6. Special Podcast: Electroacoustic Chamber Music (originally aired 11/2/09) (New Sounds)

    Today’s chamber music can include electronics, electric guitars and bass, and other sounds borrowed from pop music. It’s not just string quartets and wind quintets anymore. On this New Sounds, we sample some electroacoustic chamber music from the likes of Bing & Ruth and Build. Plus, music from English composer Andrew Poppy and his amplified orchestra. And more.

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