Deserted Island Archive

Zuill’s rocky island

zuillRenowned cellist and Artistic Director of the Sitka Summer Music Festival, Zuill Bailey was the guest castaway on Deserted Island on July 12, 2013. No big surprise that Zuill’s list contained Dvorak, Bach and Brahms. But rock & roll from Kiss and the Stone Temple Pilots? Hear the stories behind the ten songs that Zuill would choose to have if stranded on a deserted island, perhaps forever.  A recipe for Zuill’s favorite family dessert will be posted shortly.

 

 

 

KISS-  Detroit Rock City

Bee Gees-  Staying alive

Gershwin- Rhapsody in Blue

Dvorak Cello Concerto mv’t 1

Stone Temple Pilots- Wicked Garden

Queen- One Vision

Bach –  Chaconne

Bach  - Goldberg Variations

Ray LaMontagne – For the Summer

Brahms – Lullaby for Cello and Piano

Dessert!

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