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A Night at the Fitz

Nonfiction: Music / Chamber / Garrison Keillor / A Prairie Home Companion
Unabridged   1.25 hour(s)
Publication date: 05/22/2012

A Night at the Fitz

An Evening of Music and Humor

Available from major retailers or BUY FROM AMAZON
Audio CD ISBN:9781611742817
Digital Download ISBN:9781611742824


A warm and wonderful evening of songs, stories, and the sounds of Keillor’s “hometown band”, the world-renowned Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. All-new Keillor material, never before available on a recording.

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Product Description

In a wonderful evening of storytelling, laughter, and plenty of music, Garrison Keillor is joined by The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, led by Philip Brunelle and accompanied by Richard Dworsky.

“Philip and I have performed together with a long list of great orchestras, among them the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Minnesota Orchestra, and the San Francisco Symphony. After years on the road, we brought the show home to St. Paul and the phenomenal Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. The Fitzgerald audience was treated to favorites like Homage to the Aunts, Lake Wobegon Hymn, Seven Love Sonnets, Habanera, Song of the Exiles, and much more. The Saint Paul Chamber is the first orchestra I ever heard, when I was a freshman at the U, and now that I’m winding up my modest orchestral career, I’d like to wind it up at home with the hometown band.” —Garrison Keillor

  • My Minnesota Home
  • Let's Do It
  • Will You Go, Darling, Go
  • Seven Sonnets
  • Le Noir Sur Le Guy
  • Limericks (Waltz Me Around Again Willie)
  • Habanera
  • Homage to the Aunts/Goodbye to My Uncles
  • Lake Wobegon Hymn
  • Song of the Exiles
  • Cat, You Better Come Home


“A small but choice treat for PHC fans.”

Author Bio

GARRISON KEILLOR, humorist, best-selling author, and radio personality, has used his storytelling expertise to take listeners on journeys across the country and into their own hearts and minds. A member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Keillor spends his time when not on the road at his home in St. Paul, Minnesota.