Living in Iowa
Roger Williams (#1308)
He has been called the world owa e 70th anniversary of his first recital. This time he didn hare the piano bench with his music teacher. Living in Iowa was in the audience for the concert, and went along with him to his alma mater, North High, where he received a special declaration.
Williams also tells the story of his first big break, the recording of , , Williams has recorded 115 albums, 18 of which have gone gold or platinum.
Also this week, viewers can witness a time capsule for a gentler way of life through the eyes of Amana photographers. Though photography was forbidden in the mid-1800s among Amana Colonies settlers, a group of prominent members of Amana society felt that documenting their lifestyle in a rapidly changing world was more important than obeying the rule against taking pictures. The photographers took great care to capture photos and Living in Iowa shares them and tells their stories this week.
Finally this week, Living in Iowa introduces viewers to Canine Musical Freestyle - dog dancing. Linda Farr of Ankeny and her golden retriever Keeper are the national champions in this sport, dancing to everything from country to disco in competitions around the U.S.
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
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