Thursday, April 16, 2009

Old Time Ensemble @ UNCG

In this podcast we chat with members of the Old Time Ensemble, a traditional American music group consisting of students and faculty at UNCG who will be preforming (for FREE) Saturday April 18 5:30pm at the School of Music Organ Hall and Tuesday April 21 at 5pm at Tate Street Coffee House, Greensboro.

Hosts: Irma Minerva, Beth Filar Williams, Sarah Dorsey ( ), & J. Revell Carr (

Time: 8:57 |Size: 8.2 MB | Download .mp3 | Transcript

All music by Old Time Ensemble: "Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss" - Ensemble; "Cindy" - Ensemble, with Revell Carr, vocal; " Sweet Betsy From Pike" - Sarah Dorsey, cello and lead vocal, D. Travis Clem, mandolin; Gavin Douglas, penny whistle; Nicole Peregine, viola; "Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy" - Nicole Peregine, viola and lead vocal; D. Travis Clem, mandolin; Christen Blanton, fiddle; Mark Dillon, banjo; Revell Carr, hambone; Gavin Douglas, hand claps; "Sail Away, Ladies" - Ensemble, with Travis Clem, lead vocal


Earth Week Events @ UNCG

In this podcast Jenny Paige, Environmental and Sustainability Manager of UNCG's Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling(OWRR), discusses Earth Week Events at UNCG as well as information on other sustainable events and what exactly the OWRR does to make UNCG a "green" place to be!

Hosts: Irma Minerva, Beth Filar Williams, & Jenny Paige

Time: 7:25 | Size: 6.8 MB | Download .mp3 | Transcript

Music: "ants........................" by Anchor Méjans (intro)


Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Shakespeare's Birthday Celebration

In this podcast, we interview Dr. Hephzibah Roskelly, professor in English and Women & Gender Studies at UNCG, who came up with the idea to work with the library to host a reading of all Shakespeare's sonnets for William Shakespeare's Birthday Celebration. Drop by the lawn in front of the University Libraries on April 24, 2009, from 2-5:30pmwith cake served at the end of the readings.

Hosts: Irma Minerva, Beth Filar Williams, & Dr Hephzibah Roskelly

Time: 5:28 |Size: 5 MB | Download .mp3 | Download .wav | Transcript

Music: "ants........................" by Anchor Méjans (intro); sonnet reading from LibriVox read by Nikolle Doolin (end)