Andrew comments on the new decision that will keep Chicago Public Libraries closed on Mondays.
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Wednesday, January 11, 2012 by Matt DeStefano
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In a program from 2010, Andrew Patner features music of modern and contemporary composers Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Richard Wernick, and David Rakowski from recent recordings by Augustin Hadelich, the Juilliard String Quartet, and Chicago pianist Amy Briggs.
In a program from 2011, Andrew Patner presents the second of a series: “Who’s Afraid of Milton Babbitt?,” an exploration of the music and contributions of the American composer, theorist, and teacher.
In a program from 2011, Andrew Patner presents a program of music and spoken word recordings inspired by a visit to San Francisco — Everything from Gertrude Stein to Wagner’s “Ring” — Or are they the same thing?
Studs discusses his book AND THEY ALL SANG: Adventures of an Eclectic Disc Jockey.
"It is the only interview that I know of done with Studs where he discusses in detail his passion for opera and opera singers including Rosa Raisa, Lotte Lehmann, and "his" diva, Claudia Muzio. Studs also talks about his disc jockey days in general and the music editions of The Best of Studs Terkel on WFMT. We play opera scenes with Raisa, Lehmann, Muzio, and a song by Woody Guthrie as well." -Andrew
To download an MP3 file of this interview, right-click on link below (Mac users control-click).