Winner of the Golden Reel Award for Audio Theater. Performed by the National Audio Theatre Festivals. “Part composition, part hoÅNrspiel…The Irish Wilderness uses field recordings of the ‘wondrous springs’ of Ripley and Oregon counties, Missouri, interleaved with ‘traditional tunes known to the Irish Catholics (circa 1859)’ to document the tragic history of the Irish settlers…”‐‐Dan Warburton, Signal to Noise. http://www.dwightfrizzell.com/IrishWilderness/index.html

ON From Ark to Microchip | March 13, 2013 | 11:30 pm

The Irish Wilderness: A Phantasmic Meditation

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Winner of the Golden Reel Award for Audio Theater. Performed by the National Audio Theatre Festivals. “Part composition, part hoÅNrspiel…The Irish Wilderness uses field recordings of the ‘wondrous springs’ of Ripley and Oregon counties, Missouri, interleaved with ‘traditional tunes known to the Irish Catholics (circa 1859)’ to document the tragic history of the Irish settlers…”‐‐Dan Warburton, Signal to Noise. http://www.dwightfrizzell.com/IrishWilderness/index.html

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