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Special Call-in: A Conversation with Seaway Freighter Pilot Don Metzger

The vocation of ship pilot usually comes after extensive ship-handling experience at sea. St. Lawrence River ship pilot Don Metzger is one of a handful of specialists based in Cape Vincent, whose job it is to guide freighters through the twists and turns of the Seaway between Cape Vincent and Massena. He joined NCPR staff in the the studio to talk about life on the river, and to take listener calls.  Go to full article

In Touch With Myself and This I Know by Scott Shipley

Hermon NY songwriter and guitarist Scott Shipley was in the NCPR studio December 15, 2004 to record some solo tracks for a CD privately distributed to friends and family. Scott has graciously expanded his circle to include visitors to the UpNorth Concert Hall with these two selections.  Go to full article

St. Lawrence University Candlelight Service

A holiday worship service featuring the voices of the University Chorus and The Laurentian Singers performing under the direction of Barry Torres with accompanist Barbara Phillips-Farley, Rosemary Phillips and Catherine Jahncke. Lisa Scrivani-Tidd is University organist, and John Ellis is professor of trumpet at The Crane School of Music. Thanks to the Chaplain's Office, Rev. Kathleen Buckley, The University Chorus and The Laurentian Singers for permission to share this service with the community. This concert was recordrd in the University's historic Gunnison Memorial Chapel on December 8, 2004.

Program:
Past Three O'Clock: The Laurentian Singers
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Call to Worship
From Far Away: The University Chorus
First Reading
O Come, O Come Emmanuel
The Friendly Beasts: The University Chorus
Second Reading
O Magnum Mysterium: The Laurentian Singers
Prayer for Advent
Litany: From a poem by Jamie Sims
Adeste Fidelis
Third Reading
The Huron Carol: The Laurentian Singers
Fourth Reading
Betelehemu (Nigerian Christmas Song): The Laurentian Singers
Three Noble Kings: The University Chorus
Fifth Reading
We Three Kings of Orient Are
Cantique de Noel: The Laurentian Singers
Benediction
Joy To The World  Go to full article

Concert: Crane 2004 Candlelight Concert

2004 Candlelight Concert featuring the Crane Chorus, conducted by Daniel Gordon, and the Crane Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Christopher Lanz. This concert of holiday...  Go to full article

Two carols by the Potsdam Brass Quintet

The Crane School of Music's Potsdam Brass Quintet, based at SUNY Potsdam, sends out a few carols to warm up the December air--the traditional carol On Christmas Day,...  Go to full article

Winning performances in the second Julia Crane International Piano Competition and Festival

The second Julia Crane International Piano Competition and Festival was held on November 5-7, 2004 in Potsdam, NY. Listen to selections by two young virtuosi who...  Go to full article

A Highland bagpipe set with Hollis Easter

Hollis Easter stopped in to the NCPR studio to play a few tunes and make conversation with Todd Moe. All selections are on the "big sticks," the traditional highland pipes....  Go to full article

Scottish Medley performed by Hollis Easter and Susie Petrov

Hollis Easter and Susie Petrov submitted this home recording of a medley of traditional Scottish tunes in advance of their concert at the Canton Unitarian Universalist Church...  Go to full article

Song: Grasse River Waltz performed by the Lime Hollow Boys

The Lime Hollow Boys were recorded by Joel Hurd in the NCPR studio in spring of 2004. Members of the group include Floyd Sherman, Ray Gardner from the Brasher falls area, and...  Go to full article

A Festival of Hymns: The Writers Tell Their Stories by Hal Hopson, performed at Potsdam First Presbyterian Church

This unique service features significant hymn writers through the ages, from the fourth century through the twentieth century, telling their own stories in the first person....  Go to full article

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