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Date

Number

Title

1/3/1992

Program Number 1

“Up and About/Steady/Octave”

4/18/1992

Program Number 2

“Harmonic Rhythm”

5/1/1992

Program Number 3

“Trance/One Chord”

10/14/1992

Program Number 4

“Surprise”

5/9/1992

Program Number 5

“French Horn/When to Stand, When to Move”

5/16/1992

Program Number 6

“Religious Music”

11/21/1992

Program Number 7

“1 Line, 2 Line, 3 Line”

6/13/1992

Program Number 8

“Speaking, Nonsense”

6/20/1992

Program Number 9

“A Capella”

6/27/1992

Program Number 10

“Trio”

3/14/1992

Program Number 11

“Say It and Play It”

3/21/1992

Program Number 12

“Harp, Scales”

3/28/1992

Program Number 13

“Singing in the Cracks, Song Sayer”

4/4/1992

Program Number 14

“Patter/Melismatic”

4/11/1992

Program Number 15

“Musical Criticism”

4/25/1992

Program Number 16

“Animals”

5/2/1992

Program Number 17

“Parallel #1”

5/23/1992

Program Number 18

“Jazz Arrangements of Classical Music”

5/30/1992

Program Number 19

“Parallel #2”

6/6/1992

Program Number 20

“Baroque Beatles Book/Welcome to the Jungle”

7/4/1992

Program Number 21

“Singing Instrumental Music/Up a 3rd, Down a 5th”

10/24/1992

Program Number 22

“Arrangement or Adaptation?”

12/12/1992

Program Number 23

“Concerto Grosso”

9/12/1992

Program Number 24

“Parental”

10/3/1992

Program Number 25

“Birthday”

10/10/1992

Program Number 26

“Lullabies”

10/31/1992

Program Number 27

“Death”

11/1/1992

Program Number 28

“Bass/Bass Lines”

11/28/1992

Program Number 29

“Heaven/Nutcracker”

12/19/1992

Program Number 30

“Christmas Presence”

1/2/1993

Program Number 31

“What Happens Between the Notes”

1/9/1993

Program Number 32

“Belly Up to The Bar”

1/16/1993

Program Number 33

“A Musical Aviary”

1/30/1993

Program Number 34

“The Bach of Gibraltar”

2/20/1993

Program Number 35

“And I Quote …”

3/27/1993

Program Number 36

“Ma & Pa Kettle Drum”

2/27/1993

Program Number 37

“The Big Chill-Out”

4/3/1993

Program Number 38

“About Bells”

4/10/1993

Program Number 39

“The Devil To Pay”

4/17/1993

Program Number 40

“Varieties of Organic Experience”

4/24/1993

Program Number 41

“Growing Up Binary”

5/1/1996

Program Number 42

“Dominant Characteristics”

3/20/1993

Program Number 43

“Humor Me”

10/23/1993

Program Number 44

“Leave the Meter Running”

11/13/1993

Program Number 45

“There’s a Composer In All of Us”

9/4/1993

Program Number 46

“Woe Is Me”

1/22/1994

Program Number 47

“You Are, and You Sing About, What You Eat”

2/26/1994

Program Number 48

“Tracks of Blood”

3/12/1994

Program Number 49

“Imitation Is the Sincerest Form”

11/6/1993

Program Number 50

“A Pair of Chords That Will Last”

12/11/1993

Program Number 51

“Splitting the Octave”

8/12/1995

Program Number 52

“The Fugal Gourmet”

8/19/1995

Program Number 53

“Fugues: Can’t Live With ’Em, Can’t Live Without ’Em”

12/25/1993

Program Number 54

“What You Please”

8/26/1995

Program Number 55

“Is There a Fugue in Your Future?”

1/29/1994

Program Number 56

“Varieties of Variation”

2/5/1994

Program Number 57

“Hold That Melody!”

2/12/1994

Program Number 58

“Hold That Harmony!”

2/19/1994

Program Number 59

“Bass-Based Variations”

3/19/1994

Program Number 60

“Weathering the Storm”

9/9/1995

Program Number 61

“H2O Above and Below”

9/16/1995

Program Number 62

“True or Falsetto”

1/8/1994

Program Number 63

“Pipes & All”

3/5/1994

Program Number 64

“Taking the Fifth”

4/9/1994

Program Number 65

“License or Larceny?”

4/16/1994

Program Number 66

“Say It and Sing It”

11/5/1994

Program Number 67

“Instrumental Exotica”

11/12/1994

Program Number 68

“What IS that Instrument”

11/19/1994

Program Number 69

“For He Heard the Loud Bassoon”

12/10/1994

Program Number 70

“Au Contraire, Mon Frère!”

12/24/1994

Program Number 71

“Back to Basics”

9/3/1994

Program Number 72

“Hold That Note!”

10/1/1994

Program Number 73

“Mutes and Mutability”

10/8/1994

Program Number 74

“A Many-Splendored String”

10/15/1994

Program Number 75

“Schickele Mix: The Movie”

10/22/1994

Program Number 76

“Do I Hear the Waltz? Well, Do I?”

10/29/1994

Program Number 77

“Beyond the Blue Danube”

11/26/1994

Program Number 78

“Let’s Get This Thing Over With!”

12/3/1994

Program Number 79

“Great Endings I Have Known”

12/17/1994

Program Number 80

“A Fargo Christmas”

2/11/1995

Program Number 81

“Why are Conductors Paid?”

1/7/1995

Program Number 82

“Words Fail Me”

1/14/1995

Program Number 83

“Clarinet Marmalade”

7/29/1995

Program Number 84

“Clarinet Plus”

8/5/1995

Program Number 85

“What it Takes Two to”

7/8/1995

Program Number 86

“Pendulum in White Tie & Tails”

4/22/1995

Program Number 87

“First Things First”

4/29/1995

Program Number 88

“Ah, Youth!”

3/2/1996

Program Number 89

“Masculine/Feminine”

3/9/1996

Program Number 90

“Cherchez la Femme”

3/16/1996

Program Number 91

“You Can’t Pin That On Me!”

9/25/1996

Program Number 92

“Climactic Conditions”

5/13/1995

Program Number 93

“Transitory Pleasures”

6/3/1995

Program Number 94

“There’s Nothing Between Us – We’re Just Good Friends”

6/10/1995

Program Number 95

“Prodigious Talents”

1/20/1996

Program Number 96

“He Hasn’t Been the Same Since”

2/17/1996

Program Number 97

“Under the Influence”

3/23/1996

Program Number 98

“I’ve Got a Right to Be Influenced by the Blues”

3/30/1996

Program Number 99

“All That Jazz: The Early Years”

4/3/1996

Program Number 100

“Good Enough for Jazz”

5/8/1996

Program Number 101

“Green Dolphin is a Two-Way Street, But It’s Got a Median Strip”

5/15/1996

Program Number 102

“Things Fall Apart”

5/22/1996

Program Number 103

“Background Information”

7/24/1996

Program Number 104

“‘And How Would You Like that Prepared Sir?’ ‘Harmonically, Please.’”

7/31/1996

Program Number 105

“Boom Chick & Beyond”

8/7/1996

Program Number 106

“‘And How Would You Like that Prepared Sir?’ ‘Rhythmically, Please.’”

8/14/1996

Program Number 107

“Folk Music, Schmolk Music!”

8/21/1996

Program Number 108

“The Whole Picture Includes the Frame”

8/28/1996

Program Number 109

“If It’s a Folk Song, It Isn’t Stealing”

4/10/1996

Program Number 110

“Exoticism Begins at Home”

4/17/1996

Program Number 111

“Leave the Playing to Us”

4/24/1996

Program Number 112

“Revenge of the Nerdy Instruments”

5/1/1996

Program Number 113

“We Never Make Misteaks”

5/29/1996

Program Number 114

“If It’s Worth Doing, It’s Worth Doing Again”

6/5/1996

Program Number 115

“And Now for Something Not Really So Very Different At All”

6/12/1996

Program Number 116

“Five Finger Exercises”

6/19/1996

Program Number 117

“Gin & Pentatonic”

6/29/1996

Program Number 118

“Vox Omnia”

7/3/1996

Program Number 119

“I Sing the Body Eclectic”

7/10/1996

Program Number 120

“The Ties that Bind”

7/17/1996

Program Number 121

“That Wierd & Intoxicating Effect”

10/2/1996

Program Number 122

“The Count Is 3 & 2”

12/18/1996

Program Number 123

“Keeping Christmas”

10/9/1996

Program Number 124

“Quintessential Music”

10/16/1996

Program Number 125

“My, That’s an Odd Meter!”

11/13/1996

Program Number 126

“Loud & Portable”

11/20/1996

Program Number 127

“The Harmonie Ensemble: Life of the Party or Music Molester?”

1/8/1997

Program Number 128

“Sonic Boomerangs”

1/15/1997

Program Number 129

“Opposition is True Friendship”

2/5/1997

Program Number 130

“The Reverbing of America”

2/12/1997

Program Number 131

“First Among Equals, and Don’t You Forget It, Buster”

2/19/1997

Program Number 132

“If You’ve Got It, Baby, Flaunt It!”

3/12/1997

Program Number 133

“SFX 1138”

3/19/1997

Program Number 134

“No Animals Were Harmed in the Making of This Program”

4/2/1997

Program Number 135

“Clothes Encounters”

4/9/1997

Program Number 136

“All or Nothing”

4/16/1997

Program Number 137

“Marcia Exotica”

4/13/1997

Program Number 138

“From the Marching Field to the Concert Hall in Two Quick & Easy Steps”

4/30/1997

Program Number 139

“Symphonic March Music: All the Fun and None of the Responsibility”

5/7/1997

Program Number 140

“Bang the Drum Slowly”

5/14/1997

Program Number 141

“Marches Are Your Friends”

5/21/1997

Program Number 142

“What You See Is Not What You Get” — a program about transposition

5/28/1997

Program Number 143

“Pick-Up Shticks” — a program about pick-up notes

6/11/1997

Program Number 144

“When Mr. Wrong Is Mr. Right: Part 1” — a program about whem musically incorrect is artistically right on

6/18/1997

Program Number 145

“When Mr. Wrong Is Mr. Right: Part 2” — a second program about when musically incorrect is artistically right on

6/25/1997

Program Number 146

“Mondo Glissando” — a program about musical sliding around

10/15/1997

Program Number 147

“ppff: The Dynamic Art of Music” — a program about piano and forte

10/29/1997

Program Number 148

“Hairpins for Really Big Hair” — a program about long crescendos and decrescendos

11/5/1997

Program Number 149

“Wallflowers of the Woodwind Family” — a program about woodwinds “that don’t get no respect”

12/3/1997

Program Number 150

“Polka Party at Pete’s Place”

12/10/1997

Program Number 151

“For Prague, With Love” — a program about one of Mozart’s most beautiful pieces

1/7/1998

Program Number 152

“Flea to Bee, You and Me” — A program about … er, bugs

1/14/1998

Program Number 153

“Yuck!” — More about … er, bugs

2/4/1998

Program Number 154

“Your Standard B-Flat Bugs” — Even more about … er, bugs

2/11/1998

Program Number 155

“Under the Weather”

2/25/1998

Program Number 156

“Forth & Back”

3/25/1998

Program Number 157

“The Gospel Accordion to Pete”

4/1/1998

Program Number 158

“Beer Drinker at a Cocktail Party”

7/8/1998

Program Number 159

“Accordion Hits the Big Time!”

10/28/1998

Program Number 160

“Day of Wrath, Day of Yuckyness”

7/15/1998

Program Number 161

“Every Witch Way”

7/22/1998

Program Number 162

“The End of the World is Nigh”

12/16/1998

Program Number 163

“Santa’s Mixed Bag”

4/7/1999

Program Number 164

“Schickele Mix Sports Radio”

4/14/1999

Program Number 165

“Ostinati Obbligati” — The first of three programs about minimalism

4/21/1999

Program Number 166

“P G & I” — The second of three programs about minimalism — this one about Philip Glass

4/28/1999

Program Number 167

“Close Encounters of the Canonic Kind” — The third of three programs about minimalism

6/16/1999

Program Number 168

“Pastorale, and How It Grew”

6/23/1999

Program Number 169

“Playing by the Rules”

 

Listener Support Special #1

A program about programmatic music — music which tells a story or paints a picture

 

Listener Support Special #2

A program which toys with the relationship between music and money

 

Listener Support Special #3

“Old Wine in New Aluminum Cans”

 

Listener Support Special #4

“A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread, and Thou”

 

Listener Support Special #5

“My Night at the Karaoke Bar”

 

Listener Support Special #6

“The ‘Schickele Mix Home Delivery’ Service”

 

Listener Support Special #7

“You Heard Me!”

 

Listener Support Special #8

“What’s THAT Got to Do With It?”

10/1/1997

Listener Support Special #9

“Guests in the Studio”

 

Listener Support Special #10

“Classical Music: Say What?”

 

Listener Support Special #11

“The Best of Schickele Mix, Part One”

 

Listener Support Special #12

“The Best of Schickele Mix, Part Two”


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