Dec 30, 2016
It's our final show of 2016, we welcome Karen Wilson to the program to discuss a variety of musical associations of hers with Sherlock Holmes. From teaching to composing to performing, she does it all, and incorporates that into her Sherlockian pursuits.
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1:35 Hello and introduction
2:21 Sherlockian resolutions for 2017
6:30 Wessex Press
7:45 A quick Doctor Who aside
9:22 Karen Wilson joins the show
14:30 Burt discovers Karen's hidden talent with a Hamilton-inspired toast
23:15 The creative process
26:57 Looking back at other Sherlockian music, including Harvey Officer and his contributions
33:42 Gilbert and Sullivan parodies are typically well-received, such as "He Is the Very Model of the Modern Major Medico"
36:02 Flanders and Swann inspire
42:42 Appearing at the Gaslight Gala
47:55 A new Sherlockian society idea
51:09 Sherlock Holmes Brand
52:06 The Baker Street Journal
53:40 Final thoughts for 2016
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