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Host Garrison Keillor
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Ways to Connect

Let's wake up with classical music, a poem from Garrison Keillor, a little news to keep you in touch with the world.  Wake up early enough (6:40 a.m.) and you can test yourself on a Mystery Piece. We’ll hear from more elderly composers writing terrific music late in life.

Tuesday, September 19

You’ll visit a troll garden, a waterfall, and the Milky Way in music by Gary Schocker, John Thomas, and Jessie Montgomery.   You’ll hear pianist Stephen Hough, violinist James Ehnes, and So Percussion!

Wednesday, September 20