Mischievous Music Saturday on The American Sound

Hear music that does things the "wrong way" Saturday at 6 pm on The American Sound.(Photo: Elaine with Grey Cats (Flickr))
Hear music that does things the "wrong way" Saturday at 6 pm on The American Sound.(Photo: Elaine with Grey Cats (Flickr))

If you were ever a mischievous little kid, then you know that doing something “wrong” can feel pretty good, at least until the proverbial boom gets lowered on your proverbial rascally self.

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This Saturday on The American Sound we’ll explore some fun and beautiful musical works that do things the “wrong way” – and get away with it! We’ll hear an orchestra piece by composer and Worthington resident Jerry Casey that “plays” itself forward – then goes in reverse.

We’ll also hear some stirring spirituals performed not by singers, but by stringed instruments. And we’ll start celebrating St. Patrick’s Day a day early, oh, the mischief!, with fun music by the composer who brought us The Typewriter  – the incomparable Leroy Anderson.

Let the mayhem begin! Join me for musical mischief on The American Sound Saturday at 6 pm on Classical 101!

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