All Shakespeare, almost. Some excerpts from Anythyng You Want To, Shakespeare’s Lost Comedie from the Firesign Theatre. Then, a Justin Thyme mystery, The Case of the Prince Formerly Known as Hamlet by the One Act Audio Theatre. And we finish off with Romeo and Juliet, in 90 seconds.
During the first hour we listened to a fine concert by the Swedish group, Hogmarkarna (recorded by Dick Rees). In the second hour we heard music from a new release on the Smithsonian label from their Music of Central Asia series, we listened to a track from volume 4 the Bardic Divas, a track from Kazakhistan, then a track from Irish accordionist, Josephine Marsh(Tara), then a track from the new release from Taraf de Haidouks(Crammed) with a track from Bela Bartok, followed music from the Klezmatics (Rounder), Music from local musician, Laura MacKenzie (own label), fiddle music from Greece(Raw Fiddle-Rounder), local group, Boiled in Lead (Demo), Flamenco singer, Miguel Poveda (Harmonia Mundi), Retrograss music form David Grisman, John Hartford, and Mike Seeger (Acoustic Disc), and Jewish music from Uganda (Smithsonian)