Actor, director, fight choreographer and artistic director of the Great River Shakespeare Festival in Winona, Minn., Doug Scholz-Carlson lives in the volatile world of the theater. He thinks in dialogue and Shakespearean verse. And his personal playlist is all about the deep meaning of words and an actor's expert timing.
The music included in this week's Music with Minnesotans is:
Britten: "Dies Irae" from War Requiem (excerpt) with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Chorus and soloists conducted by Simon Rattle EMI 74035
Richard Strauss: "Flower Duet" from Der Rosenkavalier with Christa Ludwig and Teresa Stich-Randall, the Philharmonia Orchestra conducted by Herbert von Karajan EMI 56113