This show is part of our ongoing coverage of topics relating to Maine's bicentennial.
A Maine music historian joins us to look back at the remarkable music that’s been made in Maine over the past 200 years. This includes music from: the Wabanaki and Passamaquoddy tribes; a Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Walter Piston of Rockland; the country’s first superstar teen idol, Rudy Vallee; country music stars Donald Doane, Sr., and the Katahdin Mountaineers; folk music pioneers such as Mellie Dunham; Hermann Kotzschmar and the Merrill Auditorium organ named in honor of him; and many more.
Guest: Aaron Robinson, award–winning American composer, conductor, musicologist and best-selling author
- Maine Composer Aaron Robinson on Glenn Jenks And The Legacy Of Ragtime
- After More Than A Century, Recordings From The Passamaquoddy Tribe Are Being Restored And Shared
- Library of Congress Archives of Ancestral Voices
- 'Great Saint of Congregational Music' Still Going Strong After 70 Years
- Contra Dancing in Maine
- Listen: Maine Now Has An Official State Ballad
- Ghost of Paul Revere: Maine's Own Holler-Folk Band
- Yo-Yo Ma Plays "Simple Gifts"
- Hermann Kotzschmar: Portland's Musical Genius
- R.B. Hall Day Proclaimed by the Governor
- Frank Churchill
- A cup, a local star, and song’s a hit
- Dick Curless - The Baron
- Biography of Lenny Breau
- Nordica Day Concert