Here’s a little video that Trent shot of some “behind the scenes” thought processes that can occur when choosing music for SOF programs. (My apologies to lovers of flute and recorder music.) The finished program is called “Fishing with Mystery” and will air over Labor Day weekend.

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But Trent, if we're working for "public" radio, we're appealing to our greater listening audience, aren't we? Otherwise, we'd just publish and sell our "works" on the open market.

I liked your final choice, and thought the piece was reminiscent of the Shaker-style music also brought from England to America about the same era.

Liz, I apologize but I'm not sure what you mean in the first paragraph. Was this addressing another post?

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